Thipwimon Chatchavansilachai (Nok) is the Resident Manager of the new ‘Twinpalms MontAzure’, a luxurious beachfront resort in Kamala beach opening in July 2019.
Continually innovating, the Twinpalms brand is set to expand its presence on the sandy shores of Kamala Beach on Phuket’s west coast with an upscale hotel and residences to own. Twinpalms MontAzure hotel includes 47 one- and two-bedroom suites placed over multiple levels, offering unrivalled sea views and close proximity to the beach.
“With Thipwimon’s experience in opening hotels as a General Manager in Bangkok and Phuket, we are confident she is the right professional to lead the high level of service, operation management and guest experiences of our new hotel.” Says General Manager, Olivier Gibaud of Twinpalms Hotels & Resorts.
Thipwimon has more than 25 years of work experience in the hospitality industry and has held various management roles within leading companies including, Le Meridien Hotels & Resorts, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Six Senses, Minor Group, Compass Hospitality and the independent Deevana Group.
With two pools, a gym and a fantastic restaurant on the beach, guests will indulge in the Phuket dream whilst enjoying the Twinpalms top level of attention, perfected in 15 years of success with their flagship Surin Beach resort and beach club, ‘Catch’. Keeping the original style concept, of utilizing the beautiful landscape, Martin Palleros and his team from Tierra Design have been brought back to shape the new hotel ensuring it is finely integrated within its natural surroundings. Rooftop gardens and optimum use of natural light are features guests will appreciate during their stay.
Thipwimon is delighted with her new challenge and says, “I am honoured to be given this wonderful opportunity as the first Resident Manager of Twinpalms MontAzure. I believe to be successful, we must make sure that our team truly understands the culture of the Twinpalms brand and then will be able to deliver premium service consistency and stay focused on our guests.”