Uniquely decorated rooms and vibrant, fresh colors that are hip and cool. Feature modern accommodations infused with traditional and modern Thai furnishings with magnificent views towards Kata beach and the Andaman Sea.
Mattresses are designed with the latest European pocket spring technology found in many 5 star hotels around the world.
Room furniture has been custom designed for us in Chiang Mai's famous Baan Tawai woodworkers village by P-Collection. Khun Tukata and Khun Pom have worked with us for a look that has both modern and traditional elements.
Decorative textiles can be found in each guest room that have been hand woven and hand dyed to give a look that is both primitive and contemporary.
Upholsteries have been hand woven by the women of the Prae pun cooperative in Khon Kaen. This organization strives to keep alive the tradition of hand weaving and dyeing that has been a part of Thai rural life for centuries.
Bed runners are hand woven cotton, and block printed with a paste resist made of rice. These resisted areas become impermeable to the indigo dyes applied later. This ancient batik technique has been used to decorate fabrics including our staff uniforms) for Millennia. These particular fabrics are made for us by the ethnic homing people of Nan in the north Thailand.
Decorative antique pottery reproductions adorn each of our rooms. Made in the two operating kilns in si satchanali, quanjitt and chanali kilns, archeological evidence found in shipwrecks in the south china sea have revealed that this style of pottery was made from the 13 to 14th centuries from si satchanali and sukothai, collectively known as sawantalok wares. This pottery was in demand throughout Asia from Indonesia to China. These pots have been avidly collected through the centuries, and is found in the collections of the greatest museums of the world. Inspired from existing antique pots in the collections of these kilns and from fragments found in the area to this day, the skilled potters have created reproductions of these time honored forms. The same techniques are employed to create these fine reproductions as were used by the old master’s. Each piece is hand thrown, carved, and glazed.
Contemporary pots from the mengrai kiln in Chiang Mai are also in each room. This pottery was formed in 1973, and employs some 39 potters devoted to creating lasting contemporary re-interpretations of the ancient art of Thai pottery. Each piece is proudly handmade and signed on the bottom by the artist, together with the kiln mark, and symbol of the King and the day and date in the Thai calendar that the piece was thrown.