Phuket is not exactly under served with grand luxury hotels, but already on arrival it becomes clear: The Keemala is special. Like bird’s nests the 38 villas of the Eco-Hideaways are fitted between the tribes of the rainforest. A fabulous sight, somewhere between fantasy film and traditional Thai village. In fact, the concept of Keemala, the traditional lifestyle of indigenous strains were modeled and translated into modern times.
You can stay in either in Clay Cottages or Tent Pool villas with private pool, in Tree Houses, that are located directly in the treetops. Or, super luxurious, in a Bird’s Nest Pool Villa – with private butler and superb views across the treetops to the sea. Whatever kind of Villa you decide in this Eco-Hideaway, you live in nature.
An Eco-Hideaway with tales Flair
The Keemala is just far enough away from the attractions of the island to be a real oasis of peace. A place where you forgets the daily routine faster than you can unpack the suitcase. But here also a lot is being done. The SPA offers a wide range of treatments that combine traditional treatments with modern therapies. Medical plants are used as well as Reiki and anti-aging treatments, Chinese medicine, aromatherapy, yoga and various fitness sports.
Environmental awareness is part of the concept
All beauty products used in the Eco-Hideaway are not tested on animals. And also the rest of the ressort is paid on environmental protection. The waste water is reused for watering the gardens. Streams and ponds are not kept clean with chemicals, but in a natural way with purifying water plants. During the construction of the complex they paid attention to change as little as possible to the natural conditions. And in the gardens the organic vegetables and fruits grow for use in the restaurant.
Keemala is an oasis that is so beautiful, that you almost do not want to leave. All who wish to do it after a few days could do it anyway, book the hotel tours to ancient temples or the markets in Phuket Old Town, make diving excursions or visit Thailand’s biggest attraction: kilometers of white beaches.
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