A fixture of its environment, Alila Cha-Am sits in harmony with the
natural white sands and cobalt waters of the Gulf of Thailand.
The design landscape of this resort portrays a sense of intimacy and serenity. Upon arrival, guests will be led up a grand staircase to a majestic open-air lobby. The space opens up to accommodate a pristine rooftop pool and a pattern of interconnecting paths.
Guests can breathe in the ocean horizon from their rooms’ own private terrace space, or enjoy the therapeutic effects of the resort’s relaxation zones- the Spa, the Chill Pool and The Red. The guestrooms take on the guise of their surroundings, featuring unobstructed views of the landscape and unique Rain Sky showers by Dornbracht.
The Alila Ca-Am follows the pulse of Thailand’s seasonal heartbeat with ambient lighting technology.
Designed by top Asian company Bunnag Duangrit, the architecture both departs from and compliments Thailand’s heritage of rustic architecture. Its straight, vertical structural features are coupled with aged woods, limestone and marble finishes, achieving a balance between sophistication and cultural authenticity.
The resort offers 72 guestrooms, 48 deluxe rooms, 24 deluxe terraces and 7 pool villas. The resort has two restaurants and a night-time lounge bar.
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