Inside the $100 Million Thai Superyacht Where the Rich Kids of Instagram Party

Inside the $100 Million Thai Superyacht Where the Rich Kids of Instagram Party

May 16, 2016
Kata Rocks is popular destination for the traveling elite when they go to Phuket, Thailand. The resort, which is the world’s first superyacht hotel, reportedly cost $100 million dollars to build.
The resort offers incredible views overlooking the Andaman Sea from yacht-like villas with sliding glass doors that open to private infinity pools.
Celebrities and the rich from all walks of life are known to frequent this resort whenever they’re in the area.
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Each room includes a full kitchen and dining area.
Private chefs are at your disposal to create succulent dishes that’s delivered straight to guests in their villas.
There is also an oceanfront restaurant, a magnificent 35-meter infinity swimming pool with poolside bar. There’s also Jetty available for those arriving by private yacht.
Celebrity DJ’s are constantly invited to entertain guests during their nighttime parties.
The Oceanfront Sky Villas start at $700 per night and includes breakfast.
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