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Discover a heavenly “Home Away from Home” at Pimalai, Thailand

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Wed, 01/13/2021 - 08:01

Koh Lanta’s natural and authentic five-star retreat invites guests to move their “home” office to the shores of the Andaman Sea, with a series of long-stay offers that comprise spacious accommodation, world-class facilities, rejuvenating activities and complete connectivity.

KOH LANTA, THAILAND - Pimalai Resort & Spa, the authentic and natural five-star sanctuary on Koh Lanta, is giving Thai residents the opportunity to take an extended break from their daily routine and discover a new “home away from home” in paradise, combining peace and privacy with world-class facilities and complete connectivity.
Following the Royal Thai Government’s request that all citizens work from home, what could be better than relocating your daily workspace to secluded 100-acre sanctuary, surrounded by lush tropical forests and overlooking the shimmering Andaman Sea? At Pimalai, guests can escape the outside world and unwind in an atmosphere of pure island bliss, without sacrificing any of life’s luxuries.

With a collection of contemporary Thai-style rooms and villas, providing plenty of living space, refreshing bathrooms, panoramic views, working desks and complimentary Wi-Fi, guests can make a seamless transition to their new home office. Then, when it’s time to relax, Pimalai promises a wealth of facilities, including a sea-facing infinity pool, award-winning spa, fully-equipped fitness centre, invigorating water sports, island excursions, superb diving and snorkelling, uplifting activities such as yoga and Thai boxing, and of course, outstanding cuisine either in the resort’s restaurants or delivered straight to the room.

By working in such rejuvenating setting, without any unnecessary interruptions, professionals can even increase their productivity, be inspired to complete long-standing projects or even embark on exciting new ventures.

In accordance with the latest government advice, Pimalai has created a series of highly effective of health and safety protocols that bring total reassurance to visitors, while also ensuring the highest standards of Thai hospitality. Under the “Pimalai Care” initiative, innovative measures include 24-hour vacancy periods between bookings, three disinfection tunnels, ozone sanitisation in the guest rooms and heat cleaning in the kitchens.

How about working from a secluded 100-acre sanctuary, surrounded by nature and overlooking the sea?

“Pimalai has always been a haven of luxurious tranquillity, transporting visitors away from their hectic lives and into a more idyllic and organic way of life. People come to us because they want to push the reset button and revive their bodies and minds. In these challenging times, this act of self-renewal is more important than ever. We want to give Thai residents the opportunity to break out of their old routines, rekindle their spirits and re-calibrate their lives. Pimalai’s timeless blend privacy, authenticity and sustainability provides the inspiration we all need,” said Patrice Landrein, Pimalai’s General Manager.

Popular with A-list celebrities, top executives and honeymooners, Pimalai is a serene sanctuary where travellers can escape the stress and strain of daily life and unwind in an unspoiled natural paradise. It is little wonder that this five-star retreat has won a series of TripAdvisor “Best of the Best” awards, putting it in the top 1% of hotels and resorts worldwide.


Theodore Koumelis

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Theodore is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of TravelDailyNews Media Network; his responsibilities include business development and planning for TravelDailyNews long-term opportunities.