Go back to the enewsletter The Sarojin is invitin

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterThe Sarojin is inviting exclusive-use bookings of this luxury boutique resort in Thailand for the ultimate in privacy.The property, set on an 11-kilometre stretch of secluded white sand lapped by the waters of the Andaman Sea in Khao Lak, is available for a sole-use booking of up to 130 guests priced from a minimum THB430,000 (approx. AUD$16,000) per night.Accommodation is across 56 Pool and Garden Residences and new Spa Suites and guests can enjoy amazing dining, spa and adventure experiences within and around this popular holiday resort which draws many Australians to its shores each year.The Sarojin is the ideal place for celebrating a special and large-scale celebration – a wedding, birthday, reunion of family and friends, business success – or just joining together for a big party in an abundance of indoor and outdoor settings.A proposal can be tailored by The Sarojin team to suit all requirements inclusive of group return limousine or coach transfers from Phuket International Airport which is less than an hour away.The Sarojin offers guests adventures into surrounding national parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty. The famous dive sanctuaries of the Similan and Surin Islands, five primary rainforested national parks and Phang Nga Bay, with its limestone islands and captivating sea cave canoe journeys, are easily accessible. The resort provides bikes at no charge for off-road and leisurely rides through Khao Lak.Guests can Own An Elephant For A Day, participate in a Buddhist Blessing of Love and meet wonderful children from the local community during The Sarojin’s Street Food For Kids and The Camillian Centre activities.Dining is available in the resort’s Ficus and Edge restaurants, at the new informal Beach Bar or in an array of outdoor locations – including in jungle forest, by a candlelit waterfall, on a pool island pavilion, on a private sand isle, a short boat ride away and cruising aboard the luxury vessel, Lady Sarojin. Executive Chef Gogh is at the ready to host Thai cooking classes and amazing wines are unveiled at The Sarojin’s cellar tastings.Pampering and rejuvenating treatments and therapies await at the acclaimed Pathways Spa, a secluded haven, which harmoniously integrates with The Sarojin’s natural surroundings and is entered by a meandering boardwalk. For a complete workout, there is a fully equipped fitness centre and, for relaxation, an infinity pool complete with a sunken Jacuzzi lounge area.For an idyllic exclusive use wedding celebration, The Sarojin’s age-old Ficus tree amidst tropical gardens provides an exquisite canopy among the many garden, beach, sea and waterfall locations within the resort and its surrounds.The Sarojin’s wedding planner can organise the entire ceremony tailored to the couple’s requirements and any other special needs. A Buddhist monk is available to conduct a Thai ceremony whilst a celebrant can be arranged for a Western ceremony. The couple can leave everything to the planner to make it happen on the day. The reception menu, music, theming, cake, videography and photography – and more if so desired – can all be delivered by The Sarojin team.Bookings are recommended 12 months in advance to secure preferred dates.Guests not staying as part of this booking may attend associated events with participation and costings to be confirmed prior to the visit. Children under the age of 10 are unable to stay in the resort.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *