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Beyond Resort Khaolak Early Bird Special 2017 for Palm Villa Elite with Romantic Whirlpools and Private Pools

Phang Nga – Kata Group Resorts Thailand, a leading hotel management company, is inviting visitors to its award-winning adults-only Beyond Resort Khaolak to experience intimate resort romance with its Palm Villa Elite. The spacious 78 square metre villas, set in their own tropical garden with outdoor shower, are perfect for romantic couples who can choose a villa with an outdoor whirlpool or private 3 x 8 metre swimming pool with its own waterfall.
To celebrate the luxurious villas at Beyond Resort Khaolak, guests who book early, from now until 18th October 2016 at or can look forward to a choice of three early bird specials. Stays are between 1st May 2017 – 31st August 2017, with 3-nights at the Palm Villa Elite with Private Pool at an exclusive rate of 19,990 THB or at the Palm Villa Elite with Whirlpool for 16,990 THB. Both packages include daily breakfast, a dinner, a massage for two as well as airport transfers, free Wi-Fi and complimentary in-room refreshments. For longer vacations, a 7-night stay in the Palm Villa Elite with Whirlpool at an early bird rate of 59,990 THB promises the same extras, with two dinners for two included.
With each stand-alone Palm Villa Elite promising space and privacy by the white sands of Pakweep Beach, guests can relax in their own romantic retreat oasis with a king sized bedroom or Hollywood twin beds, big bathroom with his & hers basins and walk-in wardrobe. The garden walls create a secret villa hideaway with a huge private terrace and sun loungers inspiring real relaxation. Absolute privacy and a contemporary villa style with perfectly accented Asian design create an impressive vacation villa lifestyle for couples to fall in love all over again.

For more information or reservations, please contact Beyond Resort Khaolak at : +66 (0) 7659 2300, or visit or


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