Phulay Bay, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve

by Upscale Swagger on February 9, 2010

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has recently announced the opening of Phulay Bay, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve. Phulay Bay is a 54-villa and pavilion boutique hotel on the shores of the Adaman Sea overlooking amazing views of southern Thailand. The resort was designed by Thai architect Lek Bunnag and is a combination of modern styling with inspiration from Thai, Middle Eastern and Moroccan cultures. Guests will be enriched in the environment with the resorts own scent, signature drink, and stunning scenery from both inside their villa and all throughout the resort.

None of the signature villas are the same, all featuring a different physical design and styling. Guests can opt for a villa with lap pool and lawn area for sunbathing, a private rooftop for intimate dinning and sunset view, or a completely secluded pool bathing area for ultimate privacy. Phulay Bay puts emphasis on personalized bespoke experiences allowing guests to design or tailor their visit to perfectly suit their needs and desires.

Phulay Bay offers guest compelling services such as their very own butler, a light BBQ lunch on the beach, a meditation class with local monks, elephant trekking to a remote picnic spot, a sea plane tour of regions dramatic scenery, an in-villa personal yoga session, a boat journey to surrounding islands – the possibilities are endless.

World-class culinary experiences can be found throughout the resorts six intimate restaurants. Each of the restaurants were designed to accommodate a small number of guest for highly personalized and non intrusive service. The Chef will even personally come out and meet guests to better understand their tastes and preferences.

The opening rates for Phulay Bay varies from THB 19,550 up to THB 68,000. Here are the different types of villas and the prices that follow, Resort Pavilion THB 19,550; Ocean Pavilion THB 21,250; Beach Villa THB 27,200; Reserve Villa THB 44,200 and Royal Beach Villa THB 68,000. All rates are subject to 18.7% service charges and taxes.









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