Thailand to embrace illustrious Cachet Resort Dewa Phuket

Cachet Hospitality Group


Cachet Hospitality Group (CHG) has inked a management agreement for a property owned by R&B Partners, which will be converted into the Cachet Resort Dewa Phuket.

The hotel, standing on Thailand’s largest island, will be the company’s second resort property.

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It will be operated under CHG starting from May 2017, whilst the interior renovations will conclude in November 2017.

President, Southeast Asia, Cachet Hospitality Group, Kimy Chen spoke of the latest venture: “We are honoured to collaborate with R&B Partners and eager to introduce the Cachet resort brand to this region. With 59 flights from Bangkok per day, Phuket is an extremely accessible and appealing vacation destination. Travellers to the island are ready to experience our acclaimed designs, enticing F&B programmes and innovative amenities.”

Hugged by the shores of Nai Yang Beach, Cachet Resort Dewa Phuket comprises 128 rooms. The property is surrounded by the lavish forest of Sirinat National Park and is a seven-minute drive from Phuket International Airport.

Key facilities will include two dining venues, approximately 1000m2 of meeting and event space, a spa, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, a yoga-focused wellness centre, a kids’ club and two swimming pools.

The resort is set to be an ideal venue for seaside weddings, private parties and corporate functions, and will feature its own Cachet Pool Club – the perfect place for large parties or relaxation.

“We are delighted to partner with Cachet Hospitality Group. As the Phuket market grows increasingly sophisticated, our prime Nai Yang Beach location is more coveted than ever,” enthused managing director, R&B Partners, Lars Ydmark.
“With our transformation into Cachet Resort Dewa Phuket and the introduction of Cachet’s exciting F&B and social programmes, we are poised to set a new standard for what is Nai Yang Beach, Phuket,” he added.

Cachet Hospitality Group’s global portfolio spans China, Thailand, Mexico and the US.