Prepare for a little whimsy at Iniala Beach House’s newly imagined VIP experience on Phuket’s Natai Beach. From maximalist fantasies and giant seashells to gothic-esque boudoirs and sinking desertscapes, Iniala Beach House is a truly imaginative temple of global art and design boasting personal spas, pools, drivers, tranquil Andaman Sea views, and Michelin-starred chefs for its exclusive clientele.
Ten bedrooms spread over the Iniala Beach House and her three imaginative villas and single futuristic penthouse, offering completely unique beachfront expressions from world-renowned designers such as The Campana Brothers of Brazil, A-Cero from Spain, and Joseph Walsh of Ireland. Think hanging beds and undulating wicker ceilings in one area, and sand-like moving floors and spectacular white marble bathrooms in another. The experiential rooms also include a personal driver, chef, spa therapist, housekeeper, and butler to cater to any whim and anticipate any need. There is even a Kids Hotel onsite—an immersive space for children aged 4 to 11 featuring tree house bunk beds, healthy meals, play areas, climbing wall, and daily activities led by dedicated staff—allowing parents to fully relax and unwind during their stay.
Gastronomy is central to any guest experience at Iniala Beach House. Enjoy favorite Thai dishes and delicious breads and pastries from Thailand’s top baker in the villas, on the beach, or on a picnic during an excursion through the surrounding area. The cuisine centerpiece, however, is the degustation menu at Aziamendi, the resort’s gourmet restaurant—and one of the top gastronomic venues in southern Thailand—led by three-star Michelin chef, Eneko Axta, from Bilboa Spain. Basque techniques paired with fresh Thai ingredients lead to creations wholly inimitable and satisfying.
The area of Phuket is an adventurer’s dream. Take to the water for kayaking through limestone caves, diving in the Similan Islands, or island hopping on a yacht. On land, world-class golfing, trekking, cycling, and ancient temples are all nearby. Back at the resort, take advantage of the impressive fitness center outfitted with Antonio Cittero Technologym equipment, Thai boxing ring, and four original Muhammad Ali prints by Andy Warhol. After a session with the personal trainer, detox with a spa treatment in the gilded spa sanctuary or a swim in the whale tailed infinity pool.
Guests may take comfort in knowing that 15-percent of the resort’s revenue goes toward philanthropist and owner Mark Weingard’s Inspirasia Foundation, which supports health and education programs in Thailand, Indonesia, and India.Request Information