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Regent Phuket Cape Panwa offers special rates for Songkran Festival

PHUKET, THAILAND (March 22, 2013) – Guests, friends and families are invited to celebrate together the rituals and traditions of Songkran, the Thai New Year, at Phuket’s leading luxury resort destination in Panwa Bay – Regent Phuket Cape Panwa. To mark the occasion, Regent’s newest resort presents a special “Songkran Celebrations” promotion with inclusive rates and entitlements on all of its 105 luxurious rooms, suites and villas. A well-planned offering of leisure activities available on-resort guarantees guests will experience a thrilling and enjoyable Songkran in Phuket.

From 11 to 16 April 2013, guests can stay in a Pavilion for 5,200 Baht per night, a Suite for 6,900 Baht per night or an exclusive Pool Villa for 11,050 Baht per night. These rates include daily breakfast for two at The Restaurant, complimentary use of iPad and Wi-Fi, selected non-alcoholic mini bar, four pieces of laundry or pressing daily and shuttle service to Phuket Town.  

Guests who opt to stay in a Pool Villa can enjoy the added bonus of two complimentary back massages when staying five nights or more .The promotion also includes 24-hour Resort Butler service, complimentary selected alcoholic mini bar and access to the Regent Club which offers breakfast, coffee and tea as well as evening cocktails. Rates are subject to taxes and service charge. A minimum of 3 nights stay is required. Terms & Conditions apply.

On 13th, 14th and 15th April, The Restaurant is also celebrating Thai New Year. Guests will delight in the tantalizing flavors of Thailand as Regent’s culinary team prepares the “Songkran” special 3-course Thai menu, matched to truly attentive Regent hospitality.

Regent Spa will offer renewal retreats which are designed to bring guests into the New Year with a feeling of calmness and rejuvenation. Receive 20% discount off the a–la-carte treatment menu or be pampered with 90 minutes of Thai Massage at a special price of 1500 Baht net per person. Experience a sense of well-being at the 1,650 sqm spa, which offers a range of effective treatments including Warm Bamboo Massage, the Four-handed Traditional Thai Massage and signature Regent Wave Massage, where skilled therapists gently ease muscle tension, relieve stress and melt away pressure with soothing wave motions. Phuket’s one and only Intraceutical Infusion Skin Treatment is also a standout attraction. Organic healthy food, the calming ocean breeze and relaxing sound of the waves complete the Regent Spa experience.

Regent Phuket Cape Panwa possesses its own private beach and spectacular views of the Andaman Sea as well as the finest bespoke services and facilities found throughout the resort’s 35 Pool Villas, 48 Suites and 22 Pavilions. Gourmet cuisine in two restaurants, Children’s Club, outdoor infinity pool and on-site tennis court are just some of the additional amenities travellers can enjoy.

Wellness facilities for guests at the resort also include complimentary daily yoga, kinetics and Pilates classes. Stand-up paddle board, kayaking, and cycling to Phuket old town and local markets can also be arranged.

The resort offers easy access to major tourist attractions; Regent Phuket Cape Panwa is 40 minutes from the International airport, 10 minutes away from Phuket Town and 30 minutes from Patong Beach.

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About Regent
Regent is a global luxury hospitality brand encompassing hotels, resorts, residences and cruises. In 2010, the Regent brand returned to its Asian roots with its acquisition by Taipei-based FIH Regent Group.  Regent Hotels & Resorts currently operates hotels in Beijing, Berlin, Phuket, Singapore, Taipei, and Turks and Caicos, with hotels and resorts under development in Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Porto Montenegro, Doha and Abu Dhabi. Florida-based Regent Seven Seas Cruises operates an award-winning fleet of medium-sized luxury cruise ships that visit over 300 ports worldwide. In 2011, all hotels in the Regent-managed portfolio were listed as the best luxury hotels in the world by Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers Choice Awards, becoming the first and only international luxury hotel group to ever achieve this recognition.

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