Interval International Adds Three Resorts in Thailand
Monday October 14th, 2013 - 11:09AM BG
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LONDON—Interval International has added three Absolute World Group resorts in Thailand to its portfolio: Absolute Twin Sands Resort & Spa; Absolute South Beach Resort; and The Beach Samui.
The Absolute Twin Sands Resort & Spa is a mixed-use resort located on the island of Phuket. It offers a multi-level infinity swimming pool, a wellness spa and a fully equipped fitness center. The resort also has a full-service restaurant serving locally sourced traditional Thai and Mediterranean food. The studio and one- and two-bedroom apartments all have private balconies with sea views, full kitchens and state-of-the-art audio visual equipment, including an LCD TV and home theater sound bar.
Absolute South Beach Resort, another mixed-use development located on Pratumnak Hill in South Pattaya, features a rooftop swimming pool and sundeck. The studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments have full kitchens and LCD TVs.
The Beach Samui, on the island of Koh Samui, will be completed at the end of the year. It will offer an infinity pool, an onsite steam room, plunge pool, spa treatment rooms, fully equipped gym, as well as beachside cabanas. All units will have uninterrupted ocean views with open plan interiors designed by Yoo Design Studio. Plans call for each apartment to have a private terrace with hot tub, rain shower, WiFi, iPod dock, 50-in. satellite TV and DVD player.
Tags: Interval International • Thailand • Absolute World Group • Absolute Twin Sands Resort Spa • Absolute South Beach Resort • The Beach Samui • timeshare • vacation ownership • Phuket • South Pattaya • Koh Samui • Hospitality • Brands • Construction/Renovation •
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