Malaysian resort The Datai Langkawi is to undergo an extensive refurbishment next year.
The project will begin on September 4, with guestrooms, suites and villas being transformed.
A new nature centre, additional spa pavilions, a new retail area and a fitness centre by the beach are being added.
The property will be closed for around 10 months from September 4 for the refurbishment. It will reopen in summer 2018.
Arnaud Girodon, General Manager of the resort, said: “This renovation is a testament to the commitment of The Datai Langkawi to provide unmatched luxury accommodations, the highest level of service, and the modern amenities that appeal to today’s
luxury global travellers.
“Temporarily closing the resort will allow us to complete this refurbishment as quickly as possible and allow our guests to return to our island paradise in mid-2018.”
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