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Outrigger Serenity Terraces Resort Phuket Thailand due to open in April

  The new Outrigger Serenity Terraces Resort Phuket Thailand is due to open April 2nd 2009.

This, the first of Outrigger Enterprise’s expansion into Asia and Thailand is located in the peaceful Chalong Bay area of Phuket. The all service luxury resort will consist of 78 one and two bedroom apartments, most with spectacular Andaman Sea views and a handful of exclusive penthouses with rooftop terraces and sun decks. A number of these include a lap pool.

Outreach Serenity Terraces Resort also offer stunning beachfront duplexes with private swimming pool.
“Outrigger Serenity Terraces Resort Phuket will be the new benchmark for Outrigger in Asia,” said General Manager, Mr Pieter van der Hoeven. “We aim to match our superlative Phuket location and facilities with attractive and friendly personal service, a hallmark of Outrigger.”

Also available is a first class private butler service along with the private gourmet chefs in your kitchen or private barbecues.

The spa centre will offer all the usual relaxation and rejuvenation therapies such as reiki, pampering massage, facial treatments and beauty programs as well as offering a diverse range of holistic practitioners for total wellbeing.

For that extra special touch hire the resorts very special Lady Anita around Chalong Bays’ many islands and for dinner.

Other features of the island resort include a fully equipped speed boat, Hobie Cat catamarans and kayaks. Private speed boats to the beach, cooking classes, market visits and fishing trips can also be arranged by reception.


“The opening of Outrigger Serenity Terraces Resort Phuket marks the beginning of a new era for Outrigger,” said Mr Edmonstone. “Our heritage is from the Pacific, but Asia is much of our future. We invite guests to experience the unique proposition of Outrigger Serenity Terraces Resort Phuket for themselves.”

Outrigger is based in Hawaii. It currently has 47 resorts either in operation or under development within the Asia Pacific area.