Rosewood Hotels & Resorts will debut in Thailand in 2014 with the opening of Rosewood Phuket.
Integrated into the hillside, the resort design will blend interiors and exteriors with retractable glass walls in public and private spaces, and feature green rooftops with living plants.
Accommodation options include 87 villas, 20 residences, and six hideaway homes. The one and two-bedroom beach, lagoon and pool villas, each offer separate lounge and dining spaces, swimming pool, garden, deck and outdoor shower and bath. The 20 tropical mansion residences are set on sites that average half an acre and offer two-to-nine-bedrooms. The six forest hideaway homes are positioned on a steep slope with panoramic views of the bay, have two-to-three-bedrooms, and access to a private gymnasium, 20-metre lap pool, and lounge for exclusive use.
There will be six restaurants and lounges which include a rustic Thai seafood restaurant on the beach, a hillside restaurant offering authentic Asian and Western cuisines, an all-day dining bistro, library lounge, spa café, and sophisticated beachfront lounge and bar deck area.
For leisure, guests can enjoy Sense® spa which will feature five treatment rooms, seven spa villas with steam and shower, a swimming and Watsu pool. Other recreational facilities will include a range of swimming pools, a health club with gymnasium, yoga pavilion, sea sports pavilion, and rooftop tennis court.
Finally, the resort will also cater for events with The Pavilion, a free standing meeting and function venue with reception capacity for 300 people, and a self-contained rooftop wedding pavilion and private outdoor garden for ceremonies, receptions and banquets for up to 200 people.
This will be the second Rosewood property in Asia following Rosewood Beijing’s summer 2013 opening.