A Thai resort with individually designed rooms is a new charitable venture by entrepreneur Mark Weingard, overlooking the Andaman Sea, the five-acre property comprises four stunning villas designed by such top talents as Brazil’s Campana brothers and Jaime Hayón of Spain. The villa is family orientated, make the most of the area's warmth and hospitality while bringing to the island some of the spectacular gastronomy and culture it lacks.
Adding to guests’ sense of well-being is the knowledge that 15 percent of the resort’s revenue goes to Weingard’s Inspirasia Foundation, which funds health and education projects in Thailand, Indonesia, and India.
Only a 20-minute drive from Phuket's airport, it is surrounded by lush greenery and nestled between a river and the Andaman Sea. The villas and suites face Natai beach and have full-length windows to make the most of the views.
The Iniala Penthouse is for 2 people, offers exquisite views out to the Andaman Sea, wonderful 250 square metre terrace is the perfect place for enjoying the sun or dining under the stars. The oversized swimming pool protrudes into the villa itself making this a real fusion of indoor and outdoor living. From this height, at sunset, you’ll be afforded the wonderful silhouette of the ‘Fishtail’ sculpture diving through the villa’s pool below, truly spectacular.
The Collector's Villa is up to 6 people stay, the most luxurious and beautiful three-bedroom villa in Southern Thailand, dedicated team including a driver, butler, chef, spa therapist and a housekeeper. Four leading global designers and craftsmen have created a series of wonderfully eclectic spaces housed in a contemporary interpretation of a classic Thai house, situated on the golden sands of Natai beach with wonderful sunset views over the Andaman Sea. The villa boasts a large living room, courtyard, crystal dining sala and a private cinema.
Villa Bianca is a 3-bedroom villa for 6 people, A-cero from Spain and PoD from Russia created these interiors using White furniture and natural wood producing spectacular spaces that act as a wonderful canvas for exquisite Asian art. The curved roofs of this villa represent the Hands of welcome at Iniala. This very private deck has a comfortable dining/living area and 20 metre swimming pool. This villa has a dedicated team including a driver, butler, chef, spa therapist and a housekeeper.
Villa Siam is also for 6 people stay, designer Eggarat Wongcharit has sculpted an extraordinary celebration of contemporary Thai art, craft and design. The curved roofs of this villa represent the ‘Hands of Welcome’ at Iniala. There’s plenty of space to relax or entertain with a large deck complete with a grand dining and living area and refreshing 20-metre swimming pool, perfect for laps. This villa has a dedicated team including a driver, butler, chef, spa therapist and a housekeeper. This villa has a dedicated team including a driver, butler, chef, spa therapist and a housekeeper.
When children arrive at the Iniala Beach House they have the option of checking into their own hotel. They are given a backpack stuffed full of goodies and a book, “The Island of Iniala” that tells an interactive story that is built into their stay. Each day there are structured activities such as arts and crafts, outdoor play and cooking classes and for the more adventurous, there is an option to sleep over in one of the tree houses or the cave under the watchful eye of the Iniala nannies.