Thailand’s internationally acclaimed luxury hotel, Sri panwa, has announced it is adding two new developments to its portfolio. Baba Beach Club, a luxury residential, beachfront hotel and beach club, is scheduled to open in Phuket and Hua Hin in October 2017. The Baba Beach Club brand offers exclusive beach club hotel and residences, designed to create a fusion between the fun and energetic atmosphere of Thailand, whilst presenting itself as a premium destination for music lovers.
The launch of the two mixed-use developments at both Baba Beach Club, Phuket and Baba Beach Club, Hua Hin offer residential villas with beachfront access, extensive facilities and restaurants.
Baba Beach Club, Phuket is set on Natai beach with 200 meters of beachfront, located twenty minutes away from Phuket International Airport. The development will offer 16 hotel villas and suites, the Gabana Villas, Ocean View Suites, Ocean View Pool Suites and five-bedroom Beachfront Pool Villas. It will also offer three types of luxury residences; 6 five-bedroom Baba Beachfront Villas, 18 two-bedroom Pool Villas and 37 one or two-bedroom suites, pool suites and penthouses.
Baba Beach Club, Hua Hin is in a prime beach destination, located in Cha-am & Hua Hin and set on the oceanfront overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. The development will offer 18 exclusive hotel suites and 10 residential three-bedroom villas and 1 five-bedroom villa, offering sea view balconies and private infinity-edge pools. Both properties will offer luxury facilities including a fitness centre, in-room spa, swimming pool and a beach bar and selection of restaurants.
Vorasit Wan Issara, Managing Director of Sri panwa said, “We are excited to launch the Baba Beach Club mixed-use beachfront developments in Phuket and Hua Hin. After the continued success of Sri panwa, we wanted to create a hotel for music lovers offering entertainment and a relaxed vibe in beautiful surroundings with the same standard of service. This year, we are also looking to develop the brand internationally by starting a project in Hainan, China.”