Indigo Pearl, the designer beachfront hotel in Phuket, is being rebranded as The Slate.
The resort, which is a member of the Design Hotels collection, was designed by Bill Bensley in a style that reflects the area’s former tin mining heritage, with several custom-made works of metallic modern art.
It owners, the Na-Rang family, have now decided to give the resort a new lease of life.
“To stay ahead, we must always evolve and we are excited with the next phase of The Slate,” said Wichit Na-Ranong, the resort’s owner and managing director. “We aspire to offer an experience that intuitively understands guest’s needs, satisfies their desire to indulge while engaging their curiosity.”
Located 10 minutes’ drive from Phuket International Airport, The Slate offers 177 rooms and suites, eight restaurants and bars, three outdoor pools, tennis courts, a private beach club, art lounge, boutique, and the Coqoon Spa, which features an elevated treehouse-style treatment area called ‘The Nest’.
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