Four Seasons is aiming to attract more families to the Malaysian island of Langkawi with the introduction of three new villas.
Each of the Deluxe Family Beach Villas covers 226m² and features two bedrooms and two bathrooms. One of the bedrooms is designed for teenagers, with its own TV and games console, and general manager Andrew Harrison said the resort’s aim is to attract families with older children.
“Four Seasons Resort Langkawi offers a very different beach vacation for families with teenagers,” explained Harrison. “We’re surrounded by soaring cliffs and an ancient rainforest where eco-experiences and high adrenalin meet via activities like rock-climbing in the rainforest, kayak adventures in search of wild animals, zipline adventures in the tropical canopy, moonlit bonfires at the water’s edge as well as great beach and water sports such as wake-boarding, wind surfing and Malaysia’s first X-Jetblades.
“Our Deluxe Family Beach Villas give families with teens the personal space that everyone needs,” he added.
The interiors of the new villas have been designed by Bill Bensley and feature large living areas, a four-person bathtub and walk-in closet, while the outdoor living spaces include plunge pools, large shaded dining areas, day beds and hammocks.
The new standalone villas are located next to the beach.