Amari Coral Beach Phuket has been a favourite for holidaymakers since it opened 29 years ago. Following an 18 month enhancement period, the popular family resort is proud to introduce its new look guest rooms, public areas, spa and restaurants. The property has also changed its name to ‘Amari Phuket’.
Guests visiting the property from November 2013 onwards will be able to see the new contemporary design in all areas. The changes include a fresh look for all superior and deluxe guest rooms and suites and a new design for the lobby.
The restaurants have also received a makeover; La Gritta, Amari Phuket’s fine dining Italian always boasted an impressive position overlooking Patong Bay but has been reimagined to become a chic destination restaurant sure to wow the senses. La Gritta Terrace has come to be a stylish venue for enjoying creative cocktails, premium wines, and accompanying tapas. Whilst, Rim Talay all day dining restaurant and Breeze Spa have also undergone the makeover treatment and are showcasing their new fresh design. A new guest lounge, Voyager has also been introduced offering snacks and light refreshments, wash and change area, library and selection of games to keep minds active.
General Manager, Warakorn Jarusirikul said “We are very proud that our resort attracts a large number of repeat visitors year after year. We recognised that it was important to reinvest into the physical product we offer, and provide an enhanced overall experience for our guests. The finished look is fantastic, very contemporary and above all comfortable and functional. Amari is about offering guests warm and friendly service and quality accommodation , I hope we exceed at doing both.”
In 2015, in conjunction with the property’s 30th birthday, a further 160 units, comprising 148 residences and 12 pool villas will be added to Amari Phuket, bringing the total inventory to 357 rooms. The additional 1, 2 and 3 bedroom units will also offer an investment opportunity to buyers who will have private use of the residences but also the option to pool the units back into the hotel inventory, generating a rental return.