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MGallery collects Phuket resort

B-LAY Tong Phuket is the latest member to join the MGallery Collection.

Located on a prime beach front at the quiet north end of the world's famous Patong Beach, the resort is just 45 mins from Phuket International Airport.

Resort general manager Wesley Hayden said the best way to stay in Patong is at the B-Lay Tong Phuket.

"This resort will appeal to guests who adore optimum comfort and relaxation surrounded by a distinctive, vivid décor overlooking a picturesque seaside setting."

B-Lay Tong Phuket consists of 123 rooms and suites offered in a wide category of room types, all offering a view of the lush garden or the sea.

Each room exudes modern playfulness and funky vibes while blending the concept of Feng Shui colour schemes: red (fire), blue (water), green (earth) and gold (wind) to ensure a flow of positive energy throughout the hotel.

The deluxe rooms offer either a spacious outdoor Jacuzzi or direct lap pool access, while the suites offer a gorgeous view of turquoise Andaman Sea. 

B-Lay Tong Phuket provides Wi-Fi internet in all guest rooms and public areas, and pampers guests by providing complimentary refill of the room's mini-bar once a day.

The resort has five food and beverage outlets and even an in-house DJ.

The resort's B-Spa indulges guests with a relaxing interlude of traditional eastern and western spa treatments.

B-Lay Tong Phuket offers a function room that can accommodate a total of 80 people, while weddings and themed events can also be hosted at the garden or around the pool. 

The fully equipped fitness centre and the unique sea view swimming pool with fibre optic lighting for night time allure ensures guests' a perfect leisure experience.

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