Luxury Thai properties on Abu Dhabi show
Abu Dhabi, May 2, 2013
Minor International, a leading hospitality company in Thailand, is showcasing its luxury collection of exclusive branded residential Thai properties at the Eastern Mangroves Hotel by Anantara in Abu Dhabi on May 4 and 5.
The exclusive properties are located across three developments, The Estates Samui on the southern island of Koh Sumui; The Residences at Four Seasons in the northern resort of Chiang Mai and The Residences by St Regis in Bangkok, come with price tags starting from Dh13.35 million up to Dh18 million ($3.63 million to $4.89 million).
In a complementary move the residences are being presented in collaboration with Lotus Arts de Vivre, which will be showcasing exquisite and unique jewellery and home décor items from their Thai collection.
Over the past three decades, Lotus Arts de Vivre has built a following of loyal customers, including international celebrities and royalty from around the world, who appreciate the company’s distinctive hand-made jewellery, objets d’art and home décor items which draw on Thai and other Asian artisan traditions.
"These are the ultimate, hotel serviced residences in Thailand. Owners can choose between Bangkok city centre, the beautiful northern mountains of Chiang Mai and the stunning southern beaches of Koh Samui, indeed some of our owners have chosen one of each," said Bill Heinecke, the CEO of Minor group.
"We have created each of our branded Residences with the concept of completely stress-free property ownership. Most of our owners take advantage of the fact that their Residences can be serviced by luxury five-star operators. They can arrive, relax and enjoy their time in beautiful palatial surroundings," explained Heinecke.
"When they leave, their Residence is still maintained and meticulously cleaned, ready for their next visit. In fact many owners choose their Residence as their primary home," he added.
The award-winning Estates Samui has a limited collection of just 14 villas (nine of which have been sold to date), offering investors a unique return, serving as both an investment property as well as a remarkable vacation home.
“In popular areas like Koh Samui, resort properties often command much higher rental returns, especially by offering residents and their guests exclusive access to the services and amenities of the luxurious Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui,”said Heinecke
The Estate is nestled amongst the lush secluded hillside of stunning Laem Yai Bay on the northwestern tip of Koh Samui, overlooking a private stretch of beach. Ranging in size from two to five bedrooms, each master bedroom opens onto a private plunge pool.
A separate sala (large hall) with dining and living areas and a sunken pavilion look out over a private infinity pool. Nearby, Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui offers additional services and facilities, including restaurants, lounges, a spa, golfing, tennis and sailing.
“The Residences are exclusive developments and naturally there are a very limited number available,” said Heinecke.
"Adjoining the world-famous Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai in northern Thailand, the Residences consist of five secluded residential villas, tucked away within up to an acre of verdant tropical gardens and stunning rural mountain panoramas and the natural beauty of the Mae Rim Valley," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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