Phuket governor Wichai Phraisangob has launched Laguna Advantage by becoming the first member of the new benefits programme at Asia’s premier destination resort.
The governor received complimentary Laguna Advantage membership from Laguna Resorts & Hotels managing director Michael Ayling at a ceremony held in his office at Phuket Provincial Hall.
Like other Laguna Advantage members, he now has a passport to enjoy special privileges and generous discounts at Laguna Phuket’s hotels, restaurants, spas, golf club and retail galleries, as well as on exciting excursions operated by Laguna Tours.
“We’re delighted the governor graciously consented to help us launch our Laguna Advantage programme by accepting the first membership,” said Mr. Ayling. “We hope that he will use it as much as possible to explore and enjoy everything Laguna Phuket has to offer.”
With an introductory price of 6,500 Baht per year, the Laguna Advantage package comes with a book of 80 gift certificates valued at more than 100,000 Baht in products and services. The certificates are all valid for a year, with the majority transferable to family or friends.
The 80 certificates include complimentary room upgrades, meals, cooking classes, bottles of wine, golf, family day pass and a complimentary one night stay at a participating Laguna Phuket hotel – Sheraton Grande Laguna, Dusit Thani Laguna Phuket, Laguna Beach Resort and Laguna Holiday Club Phuket Resort.
In addition to the certificates, the Laguna Advantage card entitles cardholders to 50% discount on dining for one-two guests; 33% discount on dining for three guests; 25% discount on dining for four or more guests (maximum 20); and daily access between 10am-4pm to fitness centres at designated Laguna Phuket hotels.
The programme is available to Thai nationals, expats with Thai residency visas or work permits, Phuket property owners and Laguna Holiday Club members. More information on how to apply and a complete list of Laguna Advantage benefits can be found at: www.lagunaadvantage.com or email: