Wabi Sabi Boutique Hotel Kamala Phuket announces soft opening - Insights

Wabi Sabi Boutique Hotel Kamala Phuket announces soft opening

Wabi Sabi Boutique Hotels Group has announced the soft opening of its first all-suites boutique property Wabi Sabi Boutique Hotel Kamala Phuket, Thailand on 15th January 2016. The Boutique Group is owned by Mrs. Wanchalee Kanchana Chongkol and Mr. Punyaa Tankittivanikul, both co-founders of Wabi-Sabi Boutique Hotels Group and successful Thai entrepreneurs and retired high rank government finance auditor ministers. The Group is lead by a specialized luxury boutique hospitality veteran Mr.Azuan Noordin the DMD of the Group. Wabi-sabi Boutique Puket AWabi Sabi Boutique Hotel Kamala Phuket is a 4 star international boutique-class hotel with 38 spacious all-suites keys with 9 categories ranging from 50m² up to 110m². The philosophy of wabi-sabi is a beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. It is a beauty of things modest and humble. It is a beauty of things unconventional. Khun Suthit Wangrungarun, Managing Director of Bangkok-based Form Architect was given the task in creating the essence of wabi-sabi in an urban space where none existed, within or without. The end result is a transformation of disparate elements into one of aesthetic harmony. One leaves the rumble and roar of city life on the streets to a haven of solitude in the sky of Andaman Seas Paradise beach.

The motto “Less is more and luxury” is used to describe his aesthetic tactic of arranging the necessary components of a building to create an impression of extreme simplicity—he enlisted every element and detail to serve multiple visual and functional purposes. Wabi originally referred to the loneliness of living in nature, remote from society; sabi meant “chill”, “lean” or “withered”. The architect and designers worked together in the suites to achieve simplicity, using white elements, cold lighting, large spaces with minimum objects and furniture. Minimalist architecture simplifies living space to reveal the essential quality of buildings and conveys simplicity in attitudes toward life. It is highly inspired by Japanese traditional design and the concept of Zen philosophy.

Wabi-Sabi Kamala Boutique hotel’s all suites room features include simple Zen@Wabi-Sabi spacious, aesthetics, flat screen TVs, wireless Internet, in-room safes, crisp linen, a coffee machine, tea boxes selection and luxury toiletries.

Positioning itself in the market to cater to niche honeymooners, it is a non-children friendly property. Just two minutes from unspoiled and serene tranquility nature Kamala Beach, the Wabi-Sabi Boutique Hotel Kamala Phuket is nestled on the quiet and peaceful Kamala Beach with stunning surrounding views to the crystal clear waters of Kamala Bay and the majestic mountains of the Kamala Hills Ranges.The eco-friendly resort is one of the few no-smoking hotels in the area. In keeping with the hotel’s Green Hotels affiliation, the Wabi-Sabi Boutique Hotel Kamala takes measures to be environmentally-conscious, using water preservation and recycling programs, as well as energy-saving lighting designs.

A large part of the hotel’s uniqueness is its aim to operate in a completely ‘green’ way. The total amount of energy the hotel consumes, from staff commutes to food and beverage delivery to the energy used by each guest, will be tracked to calculate its carbon footprint.

“Along with being eco-friendly, our goal is to help our guests immerse themselves in the Kamala, Phuket’s experience,” Azuan said. “Eventually, we’ll be adding services like tai chi, yoga, detox programme, and a wellness spa on the rooftop is in the design for its 2nd phase. Other services will include Thai cooking classes, organic herbs and garden farms and basic lessons in Thai, as well as in-room beauty and health treatments and bike and walking tours.

A tour desk will be able to arrange any day trips guests may wish to have. a wedding and special events coordinator will also be on hand for planning special events on the pacious 360 degree-view rooftop.

 

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