Just 20 minute’s drive from Phuket airport, guests find themselves whisked into the secluded paradise of Iniala. Set amidst the dramatic limestone rock formations of Phang Nga bay, the beachfront villas stand on the sands of Natai Beach, looking out to the Andaman Ocean. Guests can absolutely unwind from the moment of landing; after being swept through the airport, the personal chauffeur service hands over to the private butler, ready with a glass of champagne at the beautiful oceanview accommodation. Accommodation options include three multi-bedroom villas, The Penthouse, as well as two One-Bedroom Pool Suites, which can be connected - all featuring individual eclectic design by international creatives. Meals can be served in-room or on the beach, while PARLA is the resort's fine dining restaurant, serving unique Nordic-Hebridean cuisine through an interactive tasting experience. Wellbeing is central to the Iniala experience, with spa and fitness facilities in-villa, not to mention exciting excursions on hand.
Location: On the west coast of Phuket island, in beautiful Phang Nga bay, the Iniala Beach House overlooks the sparkling Andaman Ocean.
Design: Combining groundbreaking design with traditional Thai architecture, Iniala Phuket embraces authentic Thai culture and gives it a modern twist.
Service: From chauffeur service at Phuket airport to in-room butlers, the staff at Iniala are dedicated to highly-personalized service.
Art and fashion lovers will struggle to choose between Iniala's desig n-fo cused lodgings. Accommodation options include one-bedroom pool suites, th e space-rich Iniala Penthouse, as well as a trio of three-bedroom concept vil las: Villa Bi anca, Villa Siam and The Collector's Villa. Each villa is comprised of three suites, eac h conceived by a different designer.
The most recent addition to the Iniala family, the resort's two tropical hideaways are the creation of award-winning design studio Autoban. Tucked away in the treetops, these suites include an ensuite master bedroom, separate bathroom, a living and dining area, a rooftop terrace with exceptional Phnag Nga and Andaman views, plus a private plunge pool.
The vast one-bedroom penthouse sprawls over nearly 4500 square feet of opulence. The futuristic design by Graham Lamb features clean lines, a sunken jacuzzi and private infinity pool.
The interiors of the three-bedroom Villa Bianca are all white furniture and natural wood, creating a light and area living space for guests. There's direct beach access, a spa room, indoor and outdoor dining areas, as well as an ocean-facing infinity pool. The star is the bright and quirky Matryoshka Suite, created by Philosophy of Design; the shapes are reminiscent of the iconic Russian dolls for which it is named.
Designed by Eggarat Wongcharit, Villa Siam is a Thai-inspired fantasy, taking local heritage to a new level with visually dramatic pieces such as bamboo basket bed frames and ceiling lotus leaf installations. Other highlights include direct beach access, indoor and outdoor dining areas, as well as the Golden Bell spa room, complete with traditional Thai steam room.
Claiming the title of the most luxurious three-bedroom villa in southern Thailand, the Collector's Villa includes a golden teak courtyard, lavish swimming pool, crystal dining room, a "Cinema of Nature" with a capacity of 22 guests, as well as opulent mother of pearl decor. The three suites are comprised of Mark Brazier-Jones' velvet and brocade Boudoir, the oyster-case bed of The Owner's Suite by Jaime Hayon and the handmade canopy bed in The Carpenter's Chamber, put together by Joseph Walsh.
A stay at the Iniala Beach House is an unforgettable experience, thanks to its world-class facilities. The active will love the well-equipped gym and the adventurous excursions on offer, while those seeking a little ‘R and R’ will be delighted by the luxurious spa treatments available.
Guests can make the most of the unparalleled surroundings with adventures on water including snorkelling, surfing and fishing, and excursions inland including hiking, elephant rides, golfing and cultural tours.
Fitness freaks are sure to work up a sweat in the all-purpose gym at Iniala. With high-spec cardio machines, TRX equipment and free weights, not to mention a boxing ring, personal training and yoga classes, every workout regime is catered to.
A range of indulgent and relaxing spa treatments are available to all guests at Iniala, with up to six hours of treatments per day for those staying in the villas and up to three hours for Penthouse guests.
Gastronomy is central to the culture at Iniala Beach House and guests will find a wonderful world of flavors at least three times a day, whether in the room, on the beach or in the resort’s acclaimed restaurant.
Head chef Sandro cooks up a fabulous variety of delicacies and delights to be served to guests in their suite, on the seafront or picnic-style in Iniala’s beautiful surroundings, catering to every taste and craving.
Iniala's concept restaurant serves up contemporary Nordic cuisine with subtle influences of Scandinavian and Hebridean (Scotland) flavors, headed by Scottish-Swedish up-and-coming culinary star, Chef Seumas.
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