BEACH CLUB BAR REOPENS AFTER RENOVATION
The Datai Langkawi is pleased to announce the reopening of The Beach Club Bar after undergoing a one month renovation project
Langkawi, Malaysia (7th July 2010) – The Datai Langkawi is pleased to announce the reopening of The Beach Club Bar after undergoing a one month renovation project. Situated by the resort’s private beachfront and adjacent to The Beach Club restaurant, the new Beach Club Bar offers guests larger seating capacity and a more contemporary décor, a perfect location for sundowners and pre-dinner drinks. With stunning views of the shimmering Andaman sea, The Beach Club Bar is one of the six food and beverage venues available at The Datai. With its sleek couple sun-loungers and built-in benches alongside the bar area, this is a peaceful haven for guests to relax and enjoy views of the sunset.
“The new design of the Beach Club Bar now offers a more spacious facility with breathtaking views, especially at sunset. With this expanded space we will now be able to offer different options for lunchtime dining and evening snacks,” expressed Ms. Eleanor Hardy, General Manager of The Datai Langkawi.
Founded by Belgian architect Thierry HP Janssens in 2003, THPJ and Partners are behind the redesign of the new Beach Club Bar. In line with The Datai’s concept of blending with nature, The Beach Club Bar retains its original structure with traditional attap style roof and wooden structure amongst the matured greenery that surrounds it. The bar has been beautified with dark slate counter tops and state-of-the-art equipment, and fully equipped with elegant hand-woven rattan-like furniture from Kian - famous for its award-winning design by transforming functionality into beauty. Those who wish to relax by the sea and pool with a book while having cocktails and snacks during the day can enjoy the comfortably padded benches that surround the bar area. For a little more privacy and intimacy, our sea view couple Kian sun-loungers by the beach are surely not to be missed.
The Beach Club Bar is open for service from 11am to 11pm during the days when dinner service is available at The Beach Club restaurant.
To complete your unforgettable stay at The Datai, our team offers a memorable and romantic private beachfront dinner for two nearby The Beach Club Bar with a personalized menu and special wine pairing for you and your loved one.
The first General Hotel Management (GHM) property, The Datai Langkawi opened in October 1993 setting a new standard of luxury and Asian-inspired design, and quickly became one of the world’s most sought-after and award-winning hideaway resorts. Located on the north western tip of the lush tropical island of Langkawi off the coast of West Malaysia, The Datai is truly an oasis of relaxation and tranquility surrounded by centuries-old virgin rainforest with a private footpath leading to an idyllic white sand beach, swimming pool and spa, and nearby golf course. The Datai’s 40 villas, 16 suites and 54 rooms are all set within the rainforest with their own private veranda and stunning views of the lush tropical landscape and breathtaking Andaman Sea beyond. The Datai Langkawi is a member of The Leading Hotels of The World.
Established in 1992, General Hotel Management Ltd (GHM) is a market leader in conceptualising, developing and operating an exclusive group of hotels and resorts worldwide. With an expansive portfolio and several more in the pipeline, GHM prides itself in providing guests with a distinctive lifestyle experience that is unrivalled. Each GHM hotel or resort is one of a kind, possessing distinctive concepts and design elements. The signature GHM style is best defined as Asian-inspired designs with delicate details.
GHM’s portfolio of properties comprises The Setai, The Datai, The Legian, The Club at The Legian, The Nam Hai, The Strand, The Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah – Ubud, The Chedi - Muscat and The Chedi - Chiang Mai.
GHM properties currently under development include the following hotels and resorts worldwide:
- The Nizuc, Riviera Maya, Mexico
- The Ananti Club, Seoul
- The Malkai, Barka, Oman
- The Chedi, Cairo
- The Chedi, Jordan
- The Chedi, Andermatt, Switzerland
- The Chedi, Kilada Hills, Greece
- The Chedi, Thracian Cliffs, Cape Kaliakra, Bulgaria
- The Chedi, Tamouda Bay, Morocco
- The Chedi, Taiping Lake, China
- The Chedi Club, Suzhou, China