Beachside industrial chic
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The Indigo Pearl is a mix of industrial chic and raw sensuality, built around expanses of lush greenery and punctuated by modern objects d’art.
Discover an island resort steeped in the local history of tin mining and sprawling rubber plantations, of rough timber and sleek polished metal, sun-kissed beaches and a palette of ochre and rouge.
Backed by dense rainforest filled with rare wildlife, the resort is set on Phuket’s sheltered north west shore, in easy proximity of the airport. The resort boasts direct access to a golden sand beach with picture perfect views across the Andaman Sea and its dozens of small islands scattered off the coast.
Tin has been an integral part of Phuket’s commerce and trade for hundreds of years and the Indigo Pearl’s owner, intrigued by and in tribute to his own ancestry, has used the island’s rich tin mining heritage as a unique and personal source of inspiration in the creation of this award-winning resort.
In conjunction with the newly opened spa, the resort has also unveiled their newly designed D-Buk Spa Suites with private spa terrace, where individual spa and health experiences can be arranged, tailored to suit your specific needs.
We like: The Indigo’s Coqoon Spa is aiming to redefine the ultimate spa experience: eight luxurious treatment rooms nestled inside cutting-edge design tree houses in lush tropical rainforest and landscaped gardens.
Best for: Beachside industrial chic.
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