Looking for an escape? This week we’re taking you to the edge (literally), where you’ll find the Paresa Resort in Phuket, Thailand. The Paresa has views of tropical forests and liquid blue terrain that surround the elevated property. And with the architectural design of the hotel made to appear as if it is on the edge of the Andaman Sea, you can flail your arms out to your sides and mimic the infamous Titanic scene! “I’m flying Jack!”
Too far? Okay, so outside of stunning scenery the Paresa offers amenities such as a Spa overlooking the ocean, cooking classes from the Master Chef on-site, and their MUSE. The Muse is a library located within the resort, holding a collection of books, DVD’s, and board games for your pleasure. Though if none of these options have you sold, eating-not cooking the food might be your deciding factor. The resort not only has authentic Thai food at their signature restaurant Talung Thai, but their Diavolo restaurant offers strictly Italian cuisine as well. So even in foreign surroundings, where you’re essentially hanging off a cliff, you are guaranteed never to experience luxury and comfort like that of Paresa, ever again.
Hungry for More?
Here’s a dish you may want to try on your visit:
Tournedo alla Rossini
Sauteed black angus tenderloin, foie gras escallop, wilted spinach with pine nut and raisin in truffle and madeira jus
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