The Pavilions Signs Resort in Krabi, Thailand

(10 Dec 2020)
The Pavilions Hotels & Resorts has signed a resort in
Krabi, Thailand.

The Pavilions Anana Krabi, currently operating as
the Anana Krabi Ecological Resort, is the second resort to join
the boutique hotel group this year.

The 59-key hotel will be rebranded and start
welcoming guests under its new name in
February 2021

The four unique room types start at 32 sqm and all
feature private balconies, 43″ LCD TV, complimentary mini-bar and
espresso coffee machines. Spa and family suite types have up to 55 sqm of living
space.


The property will offer guests a
solar-powered long tail boat to discover local mangrove rivers, a
dedicated yoga and wellness centre which incorporates a fitness
centre, yoga pavilions, sauna and steam rooms, as well as five spa
treatment rooms including a Himalayan salt room.

The Pavilions Anana Krabi also has a small farm
which provides the food for its ‘farm to table’ restaurant, café
and vegan cooking school.

The water in the resorts’ 35m main pool is sourced from
the neighbouring volcanic mountains, offering not only a silk-like
swimming experience but unique minerals for the skin and body.

“We are thrilled to welcome Anana Krabi to The
Pavilions Hotels & Resorts family and to expand further the
eco-side of our brand, joining Himalayas and Mongolia. The
Pavilions Anana Krabi is in line with our mission and philosophy,
and will add to our global offering of unbound experiences for the
discerning traveller,” said Gordon Oldham, Founder & Owner The Pavilions
Hotels & Resorts. “We envision guests will be seeking a
sustainable and wellness orientated experience for their holidays
in 2021 and beyond, and we are delighted to add another location
for guests to experience the unexpected.”

The Pavilions Hotels and Resorts now has a total
of nine hotels and resorts across Asia and Europe under ownership
or management, with another five in the pipeline; two in Europe
and three in Asia. The group also recently successfully launched a
franchise option for hotel owners and operators.

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