THE NAI HARN Phuket invites guests to experience its new look following an extensive 18-month remodeling. The resort is offering an introductory rate starting at THB 6,320 per night for a Deluxe room.The deal is valid from now to 31st October and available for direct bookings at www.thenaiharn.com.
New additions recently unveiled at THE NAI HARN Phuket include a generous sun deck with comfortable loungers and breathtaking sea views complemented by an enticing range of culinary experiences.
Offering guest rooms at least as capacious as the generous terraces and suites, THE NAI HARN has been completely redesigned to maximize its exceptional vistas. Minimally elegant with lavish touches and ‘ah’ moments, this comprehensive re-imagining of Phuket’s first luxury resort infuses contemporary style with a Southern Thai aesthetic, setting the scene for destination experiences informed by authenticity and local knowledge.
Part of the revamp included a stunning50-metre rooftop deck complete with reflecting pool, plus stylish additions such as a “Push for Champagne” buttonin all suites. New adventures and culinary experiences redefine excellence with the resort’s not-to-be-missed dining destination alsorestored to its former glory.
Leading THE NAI HARN into a new chapter is veteran General Manager Frank Grassmann, who has been joined by Culinary Director Kevin Fawkes. The bar signature cocktails are designed by former legendary barman at The Savoy in London, Salim Khoury, and global wine expert James Suckling was brought in to curate an exclusive wine list – the first time he has done so for a hotel.
“It is a dream to work at this property with such a talented team and bring the glamour of the past and the dynamism of the future together in such a perfect location,” said Mr Grassmann.
THE NAI HARN is the only hotel on Phuket selected to become a member of the elite Leading Hotels of the World (LHW). Originally launched in 1986, high profile guests over the years have included Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, Prince Albert of Monaco, Prince Henrik of Denmark, former French president Jacques Chirac, the late actor Sir Peter Ustinov, dance legendRudolph Nureyev, US actor Forest Whittaker and Roger Moore.