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Boutique Beach Club Resort Opening In Natai

Category: Hotels, Posted:01 Jun 2016 | 16:01 pm

Thai hotel group AKARYN will open their second resort in Natai in the third quarter of this year.

Located on the ocean front, the property will offer a combination of 59 rooms, suites and villas in what is often referred to as “The Hampton’s of Greater Phuket”.

AKARYN has pioneered the west coast area just north of Phuket over the Sarasin Bridge in Phang Nga with their well-known Aleenta Resort.

Tagged as the Akyra Beach Club, the boutique resort is the brainchild of Thai hospitality personality Anchalika Kijkanakorn.

The Beach Club moniker is also attached to another nearby hospitality residential offering by the developers of Sri Panwa, the Charn Issara Group who have their own Baba  Beach Club underway.

Be it Greater Phuket, Phang Nga or just north of the bridge, Natai is shifting development gears up a notch.

 

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