The new accommodation is part of a broader refurbishment of the resort, to be completed in 2019
Chiva-Som International Health Resort in Hua Hin, Thailand has released the first image renders of its new Thai Pavilion rooms and Suites, which will open in November.
Along with the seven Thai Pavilion Suites and ten Thai Pavilion Rooms, renovations will also occur in the Fitness area, Emerald Room and Orchid Lounge, and follow on from the launch of the new Ocean Rooms and Suites that were completed in January 2017 as part of the resort-wide renovation plan.
To accommodate the refurbishment the 22 year-old resort closed on the 1st May and will re-open 31st October, and will close again for the same period next year before a final launch of the new-look resort in November 2019 showcasing a contemporary Thai interior featuring local materials like teak, silk and bamboo.
With an outdoor terrace, the aesthetic of the new Thai Pavilion Suite will be light and serene with a bedroom and ensuite bathroom spread across 76 square metres. Space will be maximised to give guests an expanded bedroom and living area, including an additional long sofa and study desk; a larger bathroom, with two vanity counters; a new make-up counter and more connecting space for shower room and bathtub; and a larger dressing room with two luggage racks and floor to ceiling wall mirrors to reflect even more light. The ceiling will also be raised to give an airy feel.
The Thai Pavilion Suite will be approximately 107 square metres and will include an outdoor pantry and its own outdoor private sala. This glass-walled private space for around six guests will be set amidst the tranquil gardens making it suitable for private breakfast, lunch and dinner, meditation or just for relaxing.
The wellness resort’s multifaceted renovation will be implemented under the direction of Krip Rojanastien, Chairman and CEO of Chiva-Som International Health Resort, together with Designrealization Siam Co. Ltd.
Chiva-Som was Asia’s first comprehensive wellness resort and is located in the town of Hua Hin, which lies 185 km south of the capital of Bangkok.