Luxury ‘all villa and suite’ property Indigo Pearl in Phuket unveils a spectacular new meeting and conference space known as the ‘Indigo Pearl Depot’ aimed to capture the requirements of professionals seeking a striking backdrop in which to host their business needs and supported by the latest technical facilities.
Transformed by architectural pioneer Bill Bensley, the dedicated space has been remarkably converted into spacious meeting rooms, creating the ‘Indigo Pearl Depot’ which is creatively designed yet functional. Offering a variety of spaces, the Depot is ideal for a multiplicity of events including smaller-scale team-building meetings, corporate functions and large conferences. Whether holding an annual conference in the Jomon Pavilion with its distinctive design, hosting bespoke business events in the more intimate Mabe Suite or mingling with a cocktail in the scenic Coliseum Garden for a gala, Indigo Pearl can effortlessly cater to every requirement. The resort is a convenient 10-minute drive from the airport, making it a trouble-free journey for businesses looking to host day-only events, as well as longer stays. Daily direct flights from major cities such as Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai make it even more accessible for those looking to couple destination appeal with their meeting requirements.
The resort also opens its doors to Indigo Pearl’s first on-site club and lounge ‘Dirty Monstera’, offering a luxurious yet vibrant bar and club experience. Guests can enjoy expertly mixed cocktails and a line-up of international DJs to party in style all night long in chic surroundings.
For those who are looking for a more tranquil way to unwind, the award-winning COQOON spa with its signature treatment room suspended in mid-air offers holistic treatments to complete the Indigo Pearl experience.
Located on Phuket’s Nai Yang beach, Indigo Pearl is a uniquely distinct lifestyle hotel that is designed for singularly personal and memorable stays. Set against a backdrop of lush rainforest, the resort rests on Phuket’s sheltered northern shore. Indigo Pearl’s individual ‘industrial-chic’ interior design is inspired by the tin mining industry history of the island.