Two of Thailand 's leading design hotels are offering high-season packages combining stylish holidays in Bangkok and Phuket.

Seven or ten day holidays for two are split between Phuket's Indigo Pearl resort, a luxurious fusion of modern architecture and the island's tin-mining tradition, and Siam @ Siam Design Hotel & Spa, one of the most talked-about hotels in Bangkok.

The "Pearl of Siam Gateway" packages are valid until April 1 2008, except over Christmas and New Year from December 21- January 11.

Including daily breakfast, the 10-night package starts at US$1,560, rising to US$3,801 for top accommodation at both destinations. The 7-night package is priced from US$1,132 to US$2,724.

Either two or three nights are in Bangkok at the extraordinary Siam @ Siam Design Hotel & Spa, where art and contemporary elegance merge with all 203 rooms styled after an individual art gallery.

In the heart of the city’s commercial district on Rama 1 Road close to the National Stadium, the elegant hotel and spa is also renowned for its dining and entertainment at the 'Party House' all-day restaurant and pub.

The remaining five or seven nights will be spent at Indigo Pearl on Nai Yang Beach , just 10 minutes from Phuket International Airport . The resort offers a candle-lit dinner for two and one-hour Thai massages in the package as well as a 20% discount voucher on food & beverage.

Architecturally inspired by the tin mining history of Phuket, the resort has attracted worldwide acclaim since opening last year. Contemporary design blends seamlessly with elegant luxury in all facets of the resort.

It was named one of the best new hotels in the world by Condé Nast Traveler (US) in its '2007 Hot List' of top new resorts, spas, restaurants and nightclubs; "Most Stylish Hotel" by ELLE magazine, Singapore ; and ranked among the "TOP 50 Dream Resorts" by Honeymoon and Travel magazine.

Targeting discerning travellers seeking a distinctive holiday experience, everything down to the finest detail fits in with the theme of tin mining, extending from the names of the restaurants and bars to the staff uniforms.

The imaginative, playful atmosphere extends from the architecture itself to a range of unique leisure facilities allowing guests to sculpt their own holiday activities, with something for everyone from the spa and tennis to golf, diving, art classes with local artists, swimming, cooking classes and shopping.

Additional complimentary activities include biking, snorkelling along a nearby coral reef, beach power walks, windsurfing, petanque, snooker, bodyboarding, stretch classes, canoeing and kayaking.

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