Now Open: Regent Phuket Cape Panwa

Luxury hospitality operator Regent Hotels & Resorts continues its resurgence with the opening of the highly-anticipated Regent Phuket Cape Panwa tucked in a quiet corner of the idyllic Thai resort island 45 minutes from the international airport. The new 105-key property marks the brand’s return to Thailand and promises tropical elegance in its design, complemented by picturesque views of the Andaman Sea.


The spacious and airy accommodations are reminiscent of beachfront residences, featuring tropical decor and evoking rustic elegance with hardwood flooring and a private balcony. Plush Liddell linens line the King-sized bed and a beautifully-appointed bathroom refreshes the senses, while modern technology in the form of a flatscreen television, iPad, high-speed internet access and direct-dial telephone ensure guests remain connected during their stay. Discerning travellers occupying the 150-square meter Pool Villas enjoy greater luxury, with a private outdoor pool and sundeck to relax away from the outside world.


2 signature restaurants and 2 bars offer a variety of dining options for guests. The Restaurant’s all-day dining concept incorporates live stations showcasing traditional Thai flavours, while The Grill serves some of the island’s finest seafood and meat cuts paired with exceptional wines from around the world. After meals, guests can retreat to The Library Lounge to relax over whiskies and cigars in a refined setting, or simply lounge by the lapping waters at The Beach Bar.


Regent Phuket Cape Panwa’s tranquility makes it an ideal venue for corporate retreats and incentive groups, where 2 well-equipped boardrooms are available to support meetings and discussions. The 1,650-square meter Regent Spa and its revitalizing specialty treatments await to pamper guests when business has been taken care of, while the 55-meter outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre, tennis court and yoga pavilion provide opportunities for a physical workout.


First launched in 1970 as a joint venture between hotelier Robert H. Burns and the Tokyu Group, Regent Hotels & Resorts quickly established a reputation for innovation and attention to detail. Returned to Asian ownership under Taiwan’s FIH Regent Group, the brand is again on an expansion phase with a focus on Greater China and key properties in gateway cities including London, New York and Paris, as well as developments in Abu Dhabi, Bali, Doha and Kuala Lumpur.


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