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Elite Havens Expands Portfolio as Travel Rebounds

To cater to the global resurgence of travel demand, Asia’s leader in high-end villa holiday experiences, Elite Havens, is excited to announce the addition of three outstanding new properties to join the almost 300 luxury havens already available across Asia’s most desirable destinations.

Veyla Natai Residences – Phuket, Thailand

Hidden from the tourist glare, the quiet Natai Beach is a ten-kilometer stretch of pristine white sand, merely 25-minutes from Phuket Airport. Elite Havens currently offers 20 stunning private homes for rent in this magnificent location and is delighted to add four outstanding Veyla Sea Villas to this exclusive set.

Each timeless and stylish villa here reflects monochromatic aesthetics to mirror the sand outside, outfitted with modern conveniences and boasting breathtaking sea views. Thus, it comes as no surprise that Veyla Natai Residences was recently recognised as a winner at The International Architecture Awards (IAA) 2020 organised by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.

Describing Veyla Natai Residences, Femke Beekers, Thailand Country Manager for Elite Havens, shares, “Veyla is an exciting, high-end property offering three-bedroom villas with direct access to Natai Beach. The design is minimalist and contemporary with sophisticated interiors, ideal for families and groups of friends.”

Ideal venues for reunions and gatherings, the villas can also be rented in various combinations to accommodate larger groups. Private chefs, alfresco dining, jaw-dropping sea views, private pools and easy access to the international airport are only some attributes that make these villas popular with luxury vacationers. Weaving craft and digital luxuries into a minimalist design with landscaped gardens and mesmerising views to match, guests are in for a treat.

“We are excited to take on the management of these newly built villas in Natai Beach. A great award-winning property joining our portfolio is only a peek at many amazing things yet to come.”

Absolute beachfront havens such as these are few and far in between. Veyla Natai Residences in Phuket promise a blissful holiday in tranquil surrounds. Visit https://www.veylanatairesidences.com/ for more details.

Villa Nini Elly – Canggu, Bali

Villa Nini Elly, a stylish villa newly built in 2022 in the heart of Canggu, Bali, is the perfect holiday home for multi-generational families travelling with children and seniors. An oasis that guests wouldn’t readily want to leave, Villa Nini Elly beckons guests with an infinity pool stretching out across the width of the villa.

Custom-built for the owner’s personal use, the villa is outfitted with super-luxury amenities and fittings. And what makes this property extra special are its accessibility features. A rare facility in Bali, Nini Elly has ramp access throughout the ground level, allowing groups with elderly and those with mobility issues to holiday together with ease. With six bedrooms spread over two levels, there’s plenty of space for everyone.

Alan Porteous, Elite Havens’ Country Manager for Indonesia, sheds light on Bali’s reopening, “Canggu is where everyone wants to be right now, with its mix of dining options, bars and the beach. All the new beach clubs are in this area and there’s never a dull moment. Villa Nini Elly is right in the middle of it all, but you wouldn’t know it when you’re inside, cocooned within its splendour and secluded from the world. It’s the best of both Bali worlds.”

Visit https://www.villaninielly.com for more details.

Sakura Lodge, Niseko, Japan

Adding to Elite Havens’ portfolio of 27 stylish chalets in the ski-heaven of Niseko, Japan, is Sakura Lodge, a delightful three-bedroom chalet in Niseko’s Soga district that derives its name from two beautifully flowering cherry trees nearby.

Built over three levels, allowing everyone space as well as the chance to come together in the mountain-view living room to socialise, Sakura Lodge is not only ideal for a family looking to hit the slopes during ski season, with a free shuttle to ski lifts, but also great all-year round with incredible mountain views to be enjoyed in summer.

Why stay in an impersonal ski resort when you can unwind in your private chalet? An Elite Havens holiday in Niseko serves up the best combination of pristine powder, exquisite hospitality, and the culture and cuisine that Japan is known for, nestled in the comfort of your luxury chalet. Skiers and snowboarders can enjoy nearly 50km of groomed slopes – and there is plenty of adventure off-piste as well.

“While Japan has been cautious to reopen borders to tourists, the 2022/23 ski season is proving to be a strong return to form for Niseko, with our chalet bookings strong and availability tight for the peak season,” said Elite Havens Director of Marketing, Scott Waters. “With that kind of pent-up demand, even as Japan slowly opens to tourism again, it’s timely that we announce the addition of Sakura Lodge.”

Sakura Lodge is now accepting bookings from December 2022 onwards.

Elite Havens sees an increase in traveller confidence for 2023

While 2022 has been an exciting year for the travel industry, Elite Havens says that longer-term booking trends indicate confidence to travel and hunger to experience more will see even more rapid growth in 2023.

“We’re delighted to see that our guests can’t wait to return to their favourite elite haven, after a long hiatus,” said Elite Havens’ CEO, Maya Rigg. “There is nothing like a private villa for reconnecting with family and friends. We are seeing traveller confidence bouncing back strongly. 2023 bookings indicate to us that travellers are feeling more relaxed about thinking long-term and getting back to planning holiday experiences that stay with them long after they return home. It is what we promise to deliver, and it’s why people keep coming back to stay with us.”

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