Indigo Pearl. Nai Yang Beach and National Park Phuket
I stayed here in February 09 – an experience as rare as an indigo pearl – which is evidently very, very rare!
The architecture and the ‘found art’ is inspired by Phukets’ mining past and built in an old tin mining area.
Attention to detail stunning: toothpicks in a bolt-shaped container, blackened stainless steel and brass rivets; metal tables or metal covered in the ‘tin mine’ restaurant with cutlery open-ended spanner, staff aprons like blacksmiths one
Large open walled restaurant and no matter how many in it seemed spacious with lots of seating areas off the ‘main’ one different theme each night as well as the usual fare
The pools are salt water, a great conservation on an island that has little fresh water.
more details from www.indigo–pearl.com