Paresa – meaning ‘heaven of heavens’ in Sanskrit – is a luxury boutique hotel set on the exclusive ‘Millionaire’s Mile’ on the southern Thai island of Phuket. The secluded resort is perched on the cliffs among tropical forest overlooking the azure waters of Kamala Bay. Socially distant by design, this is the ideal place to safely get away from it all and enjoy a well-deserved island escape.
The resort is represented in the USA and Canada by leading hotel and travel representation company, Red Elephant Reps. Paul Tomasch, VP Sales Americas for Red Elephant Reps, explains why this hotel is so popular with travellers from the region:
“The secluded location, exceptional personal service and incredible views are just some of the reasons our clients are drawn back to Paresa year after year. Everything about Paresa is bespoke – there are villas specifically designed for honeymooners, spa-lovers and families; extraordinary dining experiences and special menus can be created according to your needs; specialist spa treatments are available, and memorable adventures can be arranged, ranging from island tours and street-food tastings to Buddhist blessings and community-based activities in local villages. Your every need is catered for at Paresa.
Fully renovated over the past year to remarkably high standards, the 42 elegant and luxurious villas and suites all offer seductive sea and sunset views from their private infinity-edge pools. The interiors are stylish and contemporary with touches of Thai décor, and the white marble bathrooms come with indoor and outdoor showers.
The al fresco restaurant, streamlined infinity pool, black terrazzo energy pool, state-of-the-art Thai cooking school and award-winning spa all take advantage of the sublime ocean and jungle views. The complimentary Kamala Beach and town shuttle service is available daily from morning to evening.
Paresa has stayed open throughout Covid, using the time to renovate the resort and implement impeccable standards of health and safety. The wellbeing of the staff and the local communities is a high priority for Paresa, therefore they have ensured that all the staff has remained employed.
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