Expansions & Renovations

The Privilege Hotel Expands Launching The Privilege Bungalows

A Place For Cool People to Rest & Relax

SURATTHANI, TH. September 19, 2017 - After completing an amazing first year of operation, The Privilege Hotel Ezra Beach Club will expand and offer a Garden Wing known as ‘The Privilege Bungalows.’

Developed based on demand, this sanctuary of peace is inspired by a Zen Paradise concept which allows guests to experience the ultimate fun of The Privilege Hotel Ezra Beach Club by day and escape to a Garden of Eden and relaxation by night. This amazing addition to The Privilege will welcome guests from the 1st of October 2017 and will be fully operational by New Year 2018!

The Privilege Bungalows are located opposite the hotel, just across the road, in a secluded garden complete with a private pool, spa, reading nook and chill out zone. Exclusively reserved for those 18 years and older, privacy, peace and privilege - P Style - await those who choose bungalow accommodation. Adults from the main hotel who wish for an escape to a green paradise may also join to refresh and rejoice in a unique setting that only Koh Samui can offer. Unlike the amazing pool zone of the main hotel, the Garden Wing is reserved for hotel guests only.

Providing effortless stays and essential comforts, The Privilege Bungalows offer 30-square meters of space in traditional Samui style. Detached bungalows with open air bathrooms offer charming garden & pool views in a world of their own. Each bungalow features an outdoor sitting area, open air bathroom and all the exclusive amenities of The Privilege Hotel.

For a limitied time only, repeat guests will receive special benefits when booking direct via reservations@ThePrivilegeHotel.com

For more information : http://www.theprivilegehotel.com/

About Rasa Hospitality

Rasa Hospitality is a group of passionate hospitality professionals and hotel/resort owners offering flexible, cooperative and custom hospitality solutions for resort, hotel or serviced apartment owners who want to experience the joys of owning a hotel, deliver an exceptional guest experience and get the best possible returns on the investment, all the while enjoying freedom from the daily operational challenges. Rasa Hospitality is in its fourth year of operation and is currently seeking management, development and joint venture opportunities in SE Asia. The group currently manages Buri Rasa Village Koh Samui, Buri Rasa Village Koh Phangan, Pai Village Boutique Resort & Farm, The Privilege Hotel Ezra Beach Club, Ruen Come In and Buri Rasa Village Chiang Mai, which is under development. The group also serves as the owner’s representative to Anantara Rasananda Koh Phangan Villas.

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