Can you ever have enough of Thailand escapes? We think not. So bring on another instalment of the X2 series of hotels, X2 Kui Buri.
With architecture and interiors designed by Duangrit Bunnag, this resort represents a minimal aesthetic, free of embellishments – allowing the natural beauty and raw architecture to shine through.
There are 23 villas including garden, pool and beachside villas – overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. The most striking feature is the stone walls used throughout the resort – solid, intriguing structures made from local stone.
Floor-to-ceiling, bi-fold timber and glass windows give s softness and transparency to the stone walls.
There are a number of shared facilities including a large pool, rooftop terrace bar and the 4K Restaurant, while you’re private villa has everything you need, from a fireplace to music and reading libraries.
As with most resorts of this calibre, the beauty is in the relationship between the architecture and the natural surroundings. Escape is most certainly the word at X2 Kui Buri.
X2 Kui Buri
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