The project will play a pivotal role in redefining Phuket’s Natai Beach area and putting the area on the map for tourists as well as residential buyers, said Aliwassa Pathnadabutr, managing director of CBRE Thailand, the project’s sole sales agent.
Buyers of resort properties in Phuket have traditionally focused on the west coast of the island, such as Kamala, Surin, Bang Tao and Layan – areas where there is a high concentration of high-end and luxury properties. According to CBRE Research, 86 per cent of the completed condominiums and half of the completed villa supply are on the west coast.
Offering 180 metres of unspoiled sandy beachfront with a full panoramic view of the sunset, Baba Beach Club Phuket combines Phuket’s iconic Chino Portuguese style and Shanghai Tang’s colourful, fun and joyful theme into Baba Beach Club Phuket’s own modern tropical style that will deliver a leading luxury lifestyle, said Issara Junfa’s managing director, Vorasit Issara.
Aliwassa said the criteria that resort property buyers seek include a sea-view or beachfront location, privacy and exclusivity, and connectivity to the airport and amenities. The branding element is also important for a new location, as the association of a known hotel operator instils confidence among buyers and ensures them of a certain standard of service and property upkeep, as well as design and specifications. Baba Beach Club Phuket will be completed and operational in the fourth quarter of 2016.
Published : October 13, 2015
By : The Nation