The Scene Cliff View Villas, Krabi’s newest boutique hotel

Swiss-Belhotel’s dreamy getaway in Thailand
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The Scene Cliff View Villas
The Scene Cliff View Villas, Krabi’s newest boutique hotel

The resort has been designed to provide travellers fulfilling stays with all modern facilities in an extraordinary location

Swiss-Belhotel International, a Hong Kong-based hospitality firm, returns to Thailand this year with its latest property, The Scene Cliff View Villas, located in idyllic island of Krabi.
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Situated five minutes away from the scenic Ao Nang Beach, a tropical wonderland with the majestic backdrop of Ao Nang cliff, in Krabi, the Scene Cliff View Villas, a property of the Swiss-Belhotel International, is surrounded by lush rainforests and majestic hills.

Set amidst an area of 4800 sqm, the tranquil one-of-a-kind sanctuary is Hong Kong based international hospitality company’s latest hotel in Thailand. It comes with 24 one- and two-bedroom villas with captivating views, complemented by a wide array of thoughtful facilities and services including the biggest swimming pool in Ao Nang.

“We are glad to partner with a renowned and trusted hospitality company such as the Swiss-Belhotel International. With an unmatched location, unique design, and world-class facilities, supported by Swiss-Belhotel International management, we are certain The Scene Cliff View Villas will be a great success, and encourage many more travellers to visit this wonderful destination,” said Kanchanawarodom, owner of Scene Cliff View Villas.

“We are very excited to return to Thailand with Scene Cliff View Villas by Swiss-Belhotel and extremely grateful to the owner for giving us the opportunity to manage the property. It is a fantastic addition to our expanding footprint in South East Asia which is one of our largest growth markets. We look forward to offering guests an unrivalled hospitality experience in this haven of serenity located in one of Thailand’s most sought-after destinations. It is a place where travellers can connect with nature while enjoying excellent facilities making it the perfect choice for all types of guests,” says Gavin M Faull, Chairman and President of Swiss-Belhotel International.

On Swiss-Belhotel International’s continued expansion in the region, Faull says that part of the company’s expansion in Central Asia is focused on Thailand where it opened a regional office in Bangkok last year. With several properties under negotiation in Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia, the company’s development plans in the area look exciting. It hopes to have up to 20 properties under management within the next 18 months.

Lee Richards, senior vice president, Operations and Development, Central Asia, says The Scene Cliff View Villas by Swiss-Belhotel offers everything that guests would need for a dreamy getaway. Conveniently located merely 15 minutes’ drive from Krabi International Airport, the resort has been designed to provide travellers fulfilling stays with all modern facilities in an extraordinary location. Enhancing the guest experience is the peace and tranquillity of the surroundings with convenient access to the city centre, local shops, eateries, and the famed Ao Nang Mosque, which lies only 700 m away.

“Here guests can unravel the history of local fishermen while experiencing the unique traditions of the Krabi way of life. The hotel’s distinctive architecture combines folk art with stylish touches. The combination of the decorative heritage embellishments and the canopy that shelters every villa makes the property unique and culturally gorgeous,” Richards adds.

According to a press release, Scene Cliff View Villas comes with all modern amenities, inside the room as well as on the property. Recreation options range from bicycle rental to fishing, hot spring bath, diving, and varied water sports.

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