Award-winning Indigo Pearl, a distinctive luxury resort in Phuket, has launched a promotion to save you money, so that you can shop for longer, while enjoying luxury accommodation, and rejuvenating spa treatments. Designed to entice even the well-seasoned shopper, the ‘Retail Therapy Package’ provides guests luxury and value, as well as the opportunity to explore the hidden shopping treasures of Phuket Town, while also providing discounts on resort accommodation and spa therapies.
Upon arrival at Indigo Pearl, guests will receive a booklet holding: the Indigo Pearl Discount Card, used to obtain discounts; a list of the Indigo Pearl Retail Partner outlets, and the discounts available at each shop; and a map of Phuket, showing where the Retail Partners are located.
The Retail Therapy experience provides guests with tempting discounts of between 10% and 30% at various Indigo Pearl Partner boutiques. Additionally, it has been made fuss free, as the package includes private transportation between shops and the resort.
The shopping destinations include modern malls, a traditional night market and picturesque shops in historical Phuket Town. Phuket Town holds architectural treasures, with buildings of a unique Sino-Portugease character, reflecting the long history of the island as a meeting place of Thais, Portuguese, British, Dutch and French, as well as Chinese. This provides a truly unique Thai-style shopping experience, with a mix of modern elements and cultural history that is Phuket Town.
Retail Therapy: priced from USD 226 to USD 255 for a Three Day-Two Night stay and from USD 339 to USD354 for a Four Day-Three Night stay. The package includes options for accommodation in either the Kelly Quarters, or the Plantation Villas.
Retail Therapy Lux: priced from USD 333 to USD 802 for a Three Day-Two Night stay and from USD 490 to USD 1,172 for a Four Day-Three Night stay. The package includes options for accommodation in the Pearl Bed Suite, Private Garden Pavilions, Private Pool Pavilions, or the Pearl Shell Suites.
Both options include complimentary roundtrip airport transfers, accommodation with breakfast and 20% discounts on Indigo Pearl’s spa treatments, spa products and at The Stockroom, featuring Thai antiques and silk as well as custom-made artwork, china and glassware, on display throughout the resort. Guests who opt for the “Retail Therapy Lux” package can also enjoy complimentary butler services.
And that’s not all! Upon check-out at Indio Pearl, you will earn additional discounts of between 5% and 25% simply by rolling a dice. All you do is roll the dice at front desk and you will earn an immediate additional discount off of the cost of the package you have booked. The discounts apply to the package, not to other costs.
Owned by the Central Group, Thailand's leading department-store chain, Central Festival Phuket is the complete one-stop shopping and entertainment complex.
Aubergine is an interesting little shop located within a quaint Portuguese-designed shop house. Here you will find hand-made Asian ethnic fashion, accessories and decorative items from China, India, Thailand and from as far as Afghanistan.
Island was opened by Thai designer Lek Rattanachinkorn in November 2007. You can find exceptional products from various Thai designers, as well as a large variety of decorative goods for the home. Brands available include Rococo, Century22, Seneda, Classic Model and Only Sugar.
Lilac offers beautiful Thai silk embroidered blouses, clothing, wraps and poolside garments; perfect gifts to bring back home.
This art studio is home to Jay-Da and Watcharin Rodnit, a couple who have been passionate about art from a very young age. Their art pieces are a combination of simplicity and contemporary style and their joy and love for life and nature is reflected in their abstract oil paintings and mixed media pieces.
This lovely gallery offers a wide selection of paintings, and is notable for the ‘Southern style’ of paintings on display.
This night market is a “must see” during your visit to Phuket, covering a vast area on Anupas Road. It is less familiar too tourists, but definitely worth a visit. The market is open from 4pm till late on Saturdays and Sundays. No need to use your Indigo Pearl discount card here; your bargaining powers will get you the best price.
About Indigo Pearl:
The distinctive Indigo Pearl resort is a fusion of modern architecture and Thai tin-mining heritage next to Nai Yang Beach, just 10 minutes from Phuket International Airport.
Indigo Pearl was recently awarded ‘’Best Design Concept Hotel/Resort in South East Asia’’ at the HAPA (Hospitality Asia) Awards 2008 – 2010. The resort was also voted among Asia’s Top 25 Best Leisure Hotels and Resorts in the Smart Travel Asia ‘Best in Travel Poll 2008’.
Last year it was named one of the best new hotels in the world by Condé Nast Traveler (US) in its ‘2007 Hot List’ of top new resorts, spas, restaurants and nightclubs, after only 6 months of operation.
Indigo Pearl was nominated as “Most Stylish Hotel” by ELLE magazine, Singapore, and ranked among the “TOP 50 Dream Resorts” by Honeymoon and Travel magazine.
It was also named as one of Asia’s best new hotels in a newly released book, “Tablet 10 Top Ten New Hotels: Asia & Africa”, highlighting Asia and Africa’s ten most unique and exciting new hotels. Indigo Pearl is the only hotel featured in Thailand and is one of only two beach resorts in the entire book.
Admitted as a member of HIP Hotels, the distinctive 5-star resort was furthered selected to join the Kiwi Collection’s exclusive list of the top 1,500 hotels in the world, and partner the world’s leading private members’ club and concierge, Quintessentially.
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