New Meliá hotel planned for 2021 on Phuket

Meliá Phuket Mai Khao hotel will open in Thailand's most popular beach destination.

Meliá Phuket Mai Khao hotel will be Meliá Hotels International fifth property in Thailand and is set to open in 2021.

It will include 101 private villas with traditional Thai architecture and private pool, as well as lush courtyards, spacious public areas and neutral schemed interior with contemporary décor.

"Tourism continues to be a driving force for the Phuket economy and we are well positioned to bring our extensive experience in the resort segment to one of the most desired destinations in Asia," said senior vice president Asia Pacific of Meliá Hotels International, Bernado Cabot Estarellas.

Meliá Phuket Mai Khao will be set in the tranquil northern area of Phuket, near tropical reef clusters and overlooking the picturesque white sand beaches of the Andaman sea 

The property is also within close proximity to Phuket International Airport, and iconic attractions including Sirinat National Park, Royal Phuket Marina and Lahm Him Pier can be easily accessed. It will include 101 private villas with traditional Thai architecture and private pools.

Meliá Phuket Mai Khao will have two pools and spa, as well as meeting and banquet facilities. Guests can expect a diverse range of F&B options, from all-day dining restaurants, lobby lounges and a pool bar.

 

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