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Kata Group celebrates 36 years of Thai beach paradise stays

Thailand: Kata Group, the Thai owned hotel and resort company based in Phuket, are celebrating a solid 36 years of offering holidaymakers idyllic vacations in Thailand. As part of their anniversary in 2016, guests are being invited to fully experience their five Thai beach resorts with all of their senses; exploring the wonderful tastes, experiences, sights, sounds and aromas of a stunning beachside vacation.

Opening one of the first resorts in Phuket nearly four decades ago, Kata Group helped define the resort vacation by focusing on guest experiences. The 5 Senses campaign highlights the growing trend for holidaymakers to stay at more customised-style resorts, from adults-only to family destinations. As part of the anniversary, guests can expect special turndown treats three days of each month too, on the 6th, 16th and 26th,  at all five resorts.

Guests can taste the succulent seafood of the Andaman Sea and sample delicious dishes at four different restaurants, from fusion to authentic wood-fired pizzas at Kata Beach Resort & Spa in Phuket. At family-friendly Phuket Orchid Resort & Spa kids are welcomed by Guinlider, the fun & waterslide loving penguin mascot, and can splash about in the many resort water slides and swimming pools. Parents can experience the holistic touch of blissful treatments at Kanda Spa.

With two adults-only resorts under their Beyond Resort brand, Kata Group offers a sense of upscale luxury. Beyond Resort Karon promises villa stays where guests can breathe in the fresh seaside air on one of Thailand’s top paradise beaches; a cleansing experience for blissful relaxation. The aroma of perfectly cooked seafood and Thai dishes fills the air each evening. At romantic Beyond Resort Khaolak couples can embrace the sound of tranquillity and dine by the beach with the sound of the Andaman gently lapping at the shore.  

At spectacular Beyond Resort Krabi, couples, friends and family can marvel at the magical sight of awe-inspiring limestone karsts and views of the beach from the resort’s infinity pool.

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