The Datai Langkawi officially closed its doors on 4th September as the resort embarks on an extensive restoration project. The 10-month regeneration, the first of its scale since its inception in 1993, will see Malaysia’s leading luxury resort begin a new era in July 2018.
The redesign will include renovations to the resort’s guestrooms, suites and villas; the construction of a Nature Centre – underlining the resort’s increased focus on sustainability; additional spa pavilions; a refreshed retail space; and a fitness centre by the beach as well as an overall enhancement of the landscaping.
During the resort closure, The Datai Langkawi will be the first hotel in Malaysia to offer employees advance education programmes with the launch of Datai Invest in People. A tailor-made programme in collaboration with leading hospitality universities, this presents a natural progression for the resort as it continues to grow and strengthen its most valued assets.
The resort’s regeneration and activities during closure can be followed via The Datai Langkawi’s social media platforms.