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Cachet inks deal to renovate, operate Phuket’s Dewa resort

PHUKET: Cachet Hospitality Group, a lifestyle hospitality branding and management company with offices in Los Angeles, Shanghai and Bangkok, has signed a management agreement to operate the Dewa Phuket Resort and Residence at Nai Yang Beach, on Phuket’s northwest coast.

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Wednesday 17 May 2017, 10:07AM


The resort is to be rebranded as the Cachet Resort Dewa Phuket, a conversion property owned by R&B Partners Co Ltd.

R&B Partners Co Ltd is the Phuket-based resort and property management company managed by Swedish entrepreneur and long-term Phuket expat Lars Ydmark, who has over 30 years experience in the hospitality industry.

The company developed and owns Dewa Phuket Resort and Residence, which comprises 34 pool villas and 62 one- and two-bedroom residences located beside Nai Yang Beach alongside Sirinat National Park.

Operations as a CHG managed property will begin May 2017, with interior renovations to be completed November 2017, helmed by Cachet Interior Design (CID).

The resort will be expanded to offer 128 keys.

“We are honoured to collaborate with R&B Partners Co Ltd and eager to introduce the Cachet resort brand to this region,” said Kimy Chen, President of Southeast Asia, Cachet Hospitality Group.

“With 59 flights from Bangkok per day, Phuket is an extremely accessible and appealing vacation destination. Travelers to the island are ready to experience our acclaimed designs, enticing F&B programs and innovative amenities.”

The revamped property will feature CHG’s signature offerings, including a premium sleep experience, rejuvenating bath amenities, a grandiose arrival area, and global culinary experiences.

On-site facilities will include two distinctive dining venues, approximately 1,000 square meters of meeting and event spaces, a luxurious spa, a fully equipped fitness centre, a yoga-focused wellness centre, a Kids Club, and two swimming pools.

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“Reinterpreted by CID, Cachet Resort Dewa Phuket’s standard rooms, villas and residential suites will feature sleek, contemporary interiors with polished concrete floors, deep mahogany, black marble, coconut shell finishes, and exposed ceilings,” noted the announcement by CHG yesterday (May 16).

“The resort’s restaurants and bars will appeal to the globally well travelled as well as local long term residents, offering both Thai and international cuisine with personalized service and talented local and international chefs.

“The Aleta Restaurant Bar and Grill promises to bring something new and fresh to the Phuket dining scene. It will deliver a wide array of well crafted dishes fusing its Mexican heritage with Thai flavours in simply-prepared offerings with unique flavour profiles,” it added.

Catering to wine enthusiasts, CHG will also bring Stonehaus, California’s renowned wine bar brand, to the resort, and launch its Cachet Pool Club with international DJs and local artists setting the scene for “chill” parties. The resort will be an indoor-outdoor destination for seaside weddings, private parties and corporate functions.

“We are delighted to partner with Cachet Hospitality Group. As the Phuket market grows increasingly sophisticated, our prime Nai Yang Beach location is more coveted than ever,” said Partners Managing Director Lars Ydmark.

“With our transformation into Cachet Resort Dewa Phuket and the introduction of Cachet’s exciting F&B and social programs, we are poised to set a new standard for what is Nai Yang Beach, Phuket.”

Cachet Hospitality Group’s global portfolio, including properties in the pipeline, extends across China, Thailand, Mexico and the US.

The addition of the Cachet Resort Dewa Phuket marks the company’s second resort property and adds to Cachet’s expanding portfolio in Southeast Asia, following the recent agreement to operate the SAVANT Vela Hotel – Bangkok.

 

 

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