Koh Lanta, Thailand, April 13, 2023 / TRAVELINDEX / Pimalai Resort & Spa, the natural five-star retreat on Koh Lanta, is inviting its international clientele to spend even longer exploring the wonders of southern Thailand, while also staying in shape with a healthy new package that includes extended stays, additional benefits, fitness activities, generous resort credit and more!
Available for bookings made between now and 20th September 2023, and stays taken up until 30th September 2023, Pimalai’s “Summer Wellness” package offer five, seven or 10 nights of luxurious accommodation in a stylish 48-square metre Deluxe Room or a stunning 204-square metre One-Bedroom Hillside Ocean View Private Pool Villa. Throughout their salubrious stay, visitors will be invited to join daily exercise classes, including yoga, circuit training, TRX and more, plus complimentary spa classes, outdoor activities such as bike rides and nature tours, and non-motorised water sports including paddle-boarding, sailing, kayaking and more! Culture seekers can also take part in immersive activities such as Thai cooking classes, mangrove tours with local villagers, and visits to Koh Lanta’s old town and museum.
The longer the guest stays, the more rewarding their vacation becomes! For example, travellers who book a five-night stay in a Deluxe Room (priced starting at THB 20,375 per package) will be treated to up to THB 2,000 of resort credit, which can be redeemed for memorable meals, sunset drinks, soothing spa therapies and more. Those staying for seven nights (THB 28,525) will enjoy the same credit, plus a delicious dinner for two people, and 10-night bookings (THB 40,750) will include resort credit and two dinners.
Wellness seekers who book a five-night escape in Pimalai’s One-Bedroom Hillside Ocean View Private Pool Villa (THB 49,425) will benefit from up to THB 2,500 of resort credit and one couple’s dinner, while guests who stay for seven nights (THB 69,195) will also be treated to a one-hour Aromatic Massage for two people and a sustainable excursion to the exotic tropical islands in Mu Ko Lanta National Park. Visitors staying for the full 14-day vacation (THB 98,850) will be offered an array of extras, including credit, two dinners, an Aromatic Massage for two guests, an island excursion, and a Thai cooking class led by Pimalai’s talented chef.
Nestled in 100 acres of lush jungle, cascading gently down to a 900-metre stretch of pure white sand lapped by the Andaman Sea, Pimalai is a haven of tranquillity. This iconic, eco-sensitive retreat is a place where guests come to unwind in blissful seclusion and serenity. The fully-equipped Sports Centre features full-size tennis and badminton courts, a fitness centre and a muay Thai boxing ring, while the sparkling turquoise waters of Kantiang Bay sets the stage for water sports.
New and returning guests will also be able to discover exciting culinary concepts, including Spice and Rice, which specialises in authentic southern Thai cuisine with signature dishes, Seven Seas, which crafts world-class Western cuisine, Rak Talay Beach Restaurant, where diners can savour succulent local seafood as the waves lap gently on the shore, and Banyan Tree Café, the resort’s all-new healthy dining concept.
“With its pure ocean air and warm, outdoor climate, Koh Lanta is a destination that encourages health and wellness. We always encourage guests to stay for as long as possible, so they can experience everything this intriguing island has to offer. Our new ‘Summer Wellness’ packages make it even more appealing for travellers to linger longer and stay in shape in Koh Lanta, with generous resort credit and immersive activities. We look forward to welcoming the world to Koh Lanta this year,” said Brice Borin, Pimalai’s General Manager.
About Pimalai Resort & Spa
Koh Lanta’s first five-star resort, Pimalai Resort & Spa has been redefining luxury hospitality on the Andaman Island since it launched almost two decades ago. The award-winning property, located on the laid-back southern tip, cascades through 100 acres of tropical jungles easing its way towards one of Thailand’s best beaches: Kantiang Bay. It’s here that guests while the days away lounging on what often feels like a private beach or spend action-packed afternoons out in the cerulean sea scuba diving, snorkelling or simply relaxing on a sunset cruise. A smattering of local bars and restaurants line the beach, but its Pimalai’s onsite eateries that tend to steal the show. The legendary Rak Talay beachfront bar and restaurant is as loved for the sumptuous Thai-style seafood as it is its sunset setting, while nestled in the resort’s jungle interior, Seven Seas serves up Michelin-chef-conceived menus throughout the evening. Guests can also indulge in an array of onsite wellness experiences, ranging from traditional Muay Thai classes to early evening tennis matches and pampered afternoons at the signature Pimalai Spa. With no immediate neighbours, the 121-room resort is a serene sanctuary where guests can feel completely at peace in their private surroundings. From Hillside Ocean Pool Villas that command vistas of the stunning scenery through to the Beachside Villas, situated only a few short steps away from the shoreline, rooms at Pimalai cater to all tastes with spacious layouts and designs that seamlessly integrate with the natural surroundings.
In keeping with Koh Lanta’s low-key, laid-back mindset, Pimalai Resort & Spa offers guests from all corners of the globe the opportunity to savour a truly authentic Thai island experience in their very own private sanctuary. For more information, visit www.pimalai.com
First published at TravelCommunication.net