There’ll be a new Kamala beach hotel opening in July, as TwinpalmsMontazure will be opening its doors soon.
The new boutique hotel is already a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, and offers several suites, ranging from 70m2, up to 300m2 penthouses that come with their own private pools and a view of the azure seas. Guests can also enjoy the other amenities in this soon-to-open Kamala beach hotel, which include a lap pool, as well as an infinity pool with a clear view of the nearby Andaman sea.
Alongside the TwinpalmsMontazure will be Shimmer, a beachside restaurant and lounge, also sporting ocean views. This new restaurant will operate alongside the hotel, offering vibrant Asian cuisine with great cocktails, and wines, all handled as per the standards of the Twinpalms brand.
Additionally, guests of the hotel can also enjoy dining from the brand’s other properties, like the HQ Beach Lounge, located a short stroll away on Kamala Beach, Catch Junior, Catch Beach Club, as well as Palm Seaside. Twinpalms hopes to leverage its presence in three beaches in Thailand, including Surin Beach, where the flagship Twinpalms Phuket is located.
Twinpalms Hotels & Resorts General Manager Olivier Gibaud says that this new Kamala beach hotel will be backed by the 15 years of operational experience that the Twinpalms brand has, and that they are excited to deliver, via this new property, exquisite dining and entertainment that stands out from the other properties on the island.
The hotel was designed by Martin Palleros, and closely resembles aesthetics of the original Twinpalms, while taking advantage of Phuket’s natural landscape to create a unique feel. This property was deliberately designed to make the most of the sea views from most of the hotel’s suites and the surrounding architecture, while also providing a clear view of the nearby mountainside.
Resident Manager for the hotel, ThipwimonChatchavansilachai, stated that the hotel will do what it can to preserve and respect its island location and, to that end, it will be launching a ‘no single-use’ plastic policy. They state that the hotel will continuously work to find better alternatives for their operations, in order to preserve the environment.