In a unique move, Ritz-Carlton has decided to open a collection of smaller, unique, boutique-style hotels in stunning natural locations. The first such boutique hotel is expected to open in Phulay Bay in Krabi, Thailand, on December 22, 2009. The hotel, Ritz-Carlton Reserve, will feature signature, one-of-a-kind boutique resorts positioned in unique settings, depicting each place’s culture and history. Phulay Bay, with its beautiful serene surroundings, seems to be the apt choice for Ritz Carlton’s first endeavor at unique boutique hotels. Located on the Andaman Sea, Phulay Bay is surrounded by rocky forest hikes with hidden waterfalls and sandy beaches. As guests at this resort, you will be able to enjoy facilities like fly around the coast via a seaplane, take a meditation class with local monks, ride elephants and visit ESPA (the swanky new spa). A luxurious vacation in the midst of nature, it will surely relax and rejuvenate you.
The resort is being termed as the “ambassador for the local environment” by the resorts General Manager, boasts of beautiful rooms and 54 adjoining villas with extra-special service.
The rooms start at approximately $582 per night, while the villas at $810. The perfect luxurious getaway for every nature lover, this boutique hotel promises to appeal to everyone.