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TreVille Phuket Private Hotel Set To Woo

Category: Hotels, Posted:14 Oct 2016 | 06:00 am

One upcoming top end project that we are looking forward to opening soon is the ultra luxury TreVilla Phuket private hotel in Nai Thon.

On show is reportedly the most expensive luxury product ever built on the island.

Owned by American billionaire Robert Friedland of Ivanhoe Capital Corporation, no expense has been spared in creating a masterpiece of design and substance.

Much in the spirit of Iniala Beach House in nearby Natai and Ani Villas in Phang Nga Bay the offering is set to be small, exclusive and mind bogglingly expensive.

Friedland has paired the property with his world famous TreVille in Postiano Italy.

For those who think the island is sinking into an abyss of volume budget travelers think again, as private jets willing be winging their way to TreVille.

Another incoming lux product on the radar is the Rosewood Phuket Resort, which is aiming to open their doors in the first half of 2017.

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