BANGKOK, THAILAND: In celebration of SALA Hospitality Group’s triple win at the Thailand Boutique Awards Season 4 (2016-2017), the group is celebrating in style with “Best of Boutique” promotions at its three winning properties – sala rattanakosin Bangkok, sala ayutthaya, and SALA Phuket Resort and Spa.

The Best of Boutique offers are valid for bookings made directly with the hotels from 1 – 31 May 2017 for stays between 1 May – 31 July 2017.

sala rattanakosin Bangkok
Receive a third complimentary night for every two-night booking. Located on the eastern bank of the Chao Phraya River across from the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), sala rattanakosin Bangkok – comprising 15 stylish guest rooms – is surrounded by numerous sites of historical significance, including the Grand Palace and Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Po).

sala ayutthaya
Receive a third complimentary night for every two-night booking. Upriver from sala rattanakosin and located in the heart of Ayutthaya, sala ayutthaya sits on the banks of the river across from Wat Phuttaisawan, surrounded by archaeological sites dating back to the historical Ayutthaya kingdom, now designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

SALA Phuket Resort and Spa
Receive a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine for every three-night booking. Situated on the northwestern shores of Phuket, SALA Phuket Resort and Spa pays homage to the island’s historical Sino-Portuguese heritage through architecture and design. Of the property’s 79 guest rooms, villas, and suites, 63 feature private swimming pools.

This latest Thailand Boutique Awards Season 4 (2016-2017) event was organized by Krungthai Card PCL, Bangkok Airways, and MasterCard to help shine a spotlight on the kingdom’s standout small- and medium-sized boutique properties. The theme this year was “Colours of Thai”, highlighting hotels of distinction across the Kingdom and their links to local culture.

At the awards ceremony in Bangkok, the three H.E. Prayuth Chan-ocha Prime Minister Design Awards were presented to sala ayutthaya for M Collection – River Hotel; sala rattanakosin Bangkok for S Collection – River Hotel; and SALA Phuket Resort and Spa for L Collection – Sea.

“We are extremely proud to be recognized for another year as one of Thailand’s best boutique hospitality brands. The ‘Colours of Thai’ concept is particularly fitting as our SALA Resorts and Spas, and even more so our sala boutique properties, offer culturally inspired windows into some of Thailand’s most fascinating destinations,” said SALA Hospitality Group Chief Operating Officer, Brian Moodie.

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About SALA Hospitality Group

SALA Hospitality Group – is a homegrown Thai hospitality company that owns and operates seven luxurious and intimate properties under the brands SALA Resorts and Spas and sala boutique. SALA Hospitality Group is also the majority shareholder of the Six Senses Resort on Koh Samui. Since its first property opened in 2004, the Group has been recognised with numerous high-profile awards and accolades which include Condé Nast Hot List, DestinAsian Luxe List Award, World Luxury Spa Award, Thailand Boutique Awards, and Thailand’s Best Restaurants.

SALA Resorts and Spas – Featuring glorious white sandy beaches, luxurious pool villas and suites, rejuvenating SALA spas, romantic beachfront bars and restaurants, SALA Resorts and Spas offer an experience that is all very personal and private. The company’s first resort, SALA Samui Choengmon Beach Resort and Spa, opened in 2004, followed by SALA Phuket Resort and Spa in 2007. The Group’s newest property, SALA Samui Chaweng Beach Resort and Spa, will open at the end of 2017.

sala boutique – With a focus on striking designs and comfortable accommodations, sala boutique properties are charming residences situated in picturesque locations, many of which are filled with historical significance. The Group’s first boutique property, sala khaoyai, opened in 2009, followed in 2013 by sala lanna Chiang Mai along the Ping River. sala rattanakosin Bangkok followed shortly thereafter in 2013, located along the Chao Phraya River with picturesque views over Wat Arun. The year after, sala ayutthaya opened on the banks of the river in the ancient capital city, located within walking distance to numerous historical ruins.