Phuket Property: Courting Phuket’s LGBT community

PHUKET: CC Bloom’s Hotel has been re-opened under the name ‘CC’s Hideaway’, a 42-room luxury full service hotel nestled in the hills overlooking the Andaman Sea in Karon, Phuket.

CC’s Hideaway will be celebrating their grand re-opening party on Friday November 30, with an event called ‘Rise of the Phoenix Party’ featuring Ultra Nate from the USA, along with other live entertainers.

Under the same management and ownership, CC’s Hideaway, has been completely recreated and transformed with improved facilities to offer more amenities and services than ever before.

CC’s Hideaway offers a unique combination of breathtaking views and modern accommodation infused with traditional and modern Thai furnishings. Hip and cool, CC’s is an oasis for guests seeking a respite from the crowds, heat, noise and chaos of the concrete jungles below.

The natural setting combined with CC’s amenities, friendly customer service, and beautifully designed facilities makes it easy to relax. Enjoy the expansive view from the resort’s two new roof top terraces.

The hotel feature’s a signature Thai and Western restaurant ‘Refuge’ and new and improved ‘Sanctuary Bar’ – which serves cocktails while guests enjoy the sunsets over the bay.

CC’s Hideaway has been redesigned to reduce its ecological impact while improving its look and feel.

CC’s also offers a convenient free shuttle service to three of Phuket’s beaches: Kata Noi, Kata and Karon.

The resort proudly supports the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community and has been serving them since 2005.

The resort is LGBT-friendly and hosts various parties, fundraisers, special buffets and other events designed to bring people together.

Like CC’s Facebook page and you could be the winner of a special prize.

In December the hotel will have their Winter Wonderland Party.

And of course for Gay Pride in April they will have a “Gaynormous Pride Partiii” (keeping details a secret for now). You won’t want to miss this.

For more information contact: 076 333 222.


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