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Wyndham Grand Phuket Kalim Bay set for November opening

Wyndham Grand Phuket Kalim Bay set for November opening

South-east Asia’s inaugural Wyndham Grand location will debut in Phuket later this year, thanks to a management agreement recently signed between Parisorn
Company and Wyndham Hotel Group.

Wyndham Grand Phuket Kalim Bay is expected to open just north of Patong Beach in November offering stylish rooms for hotel guests.

Club Wyndham Asia, a part of the Wyndham Vacation Ownership business, has also signed an agreement subject to specified requirements which once complete, will give members access to luxurious apartments at the resort.

Wyndham Grand Phuket Kalim Bay’s 214 rooms and facilities are carefully designed to highlight its stunning locale nestled on the edge of a cliff which boasts sweeping views of the Andaman Sea.

The resort is a stone’s throw away from Phuket’s vibrant entertainment precinct yet just far enough to enjoy only the sounds of peaceful waves rolling into shore.


The Wyndham Grand brand is decidedly not pretentious, but approachable by design.

With local culture and style infused into every hotel and resort around the globe, guests can enjoy the grand things in life including pristine guestrooms, relaxing spas and one-of-a-kind dining experiences.

Barry Robinson, president and managing director of Wyndham Hotel Group south-east Asia and Pacific Rim, said: “Wyndham Grand hotels are located in some of the world’s most sought after destinations, including Shanghai, Istanbul, Chicago and now Phuket.

“The brand’s premium offerings and distinctive experiences create a perfect platform to deliver our unique mixed-use model to travellers looking for an approachable take on luxurious travel in Thailand.”

Phuket is a top tourism destination not only in Thailand but in the larger Asia Pacific region; the island is renowned for its beautiful white sand beaches, a wide array of water activities, dining experiences, world-class golf courses and cultural excursions.

The island received 28.36 million arrivals in 2015, and tourism growth is anticipated with new infrastructure projects underway including an airport expansion.

The resort’s luxurious 214 guestrooms will bring the outdoors in by illuminating its plush setting and spectacular sea views.