Billionaire Party on the Beach at Akyra Chura Samui
Akyra Chura Samu will host a Billionaire Party on the Beach bash on Jun. 1 to introduce its new-look restaurant concepts, Club and Noodle House.
The party will be the first of regular planned special events and a prelude to the launch of monthly Saturday Sessions, aimed to offer smoother, groovier interludes for grown ups bored of beach clubs and fed up with full moon parties.
Billionaire Party on the Beach is being staged jointly with glamorous beach party specialists Thaibiza. The swanky soiree would serve as both a showcase for the complete revamp of the hotel’s F&B facilities and a chance to celebrate the resort’s shift to an adults-only resort.
“The party is going to be bold, brash, and a lot of fun,” says new Akyra Chura Samui Resident Manager, Stephane Carric Mr Carric. “There will be featured DJs, live performances, installation art and a few other surprises, not to mention a Ketel One premium vodka station at the bar.
“We have let our adults-only positioning take root since it was introduced last year. A lot of changes have been quietly happening at akyra over the past few months, and this will be our chance to bring everyone up to date and generate a bit of buzz.”
Carric says CLUB, the resort’s brand new beachfront bar, restaurant and chill out zone, will be the focus of attention at the party, and the venue for the ongoing Saturday Sessions.
“CLUB is a place to invite friends, hang out, chill, appreciate and enjoy,” he says. “It’s groovy, unpretentious, happening and alive. Think seaside sofas, lounge vibes, DJs from time to time. The main thing is to sip a beer or cocktail or a nice glass of vino with your toes in the sand and the sea breeze in your hair, watching the serene seascape and digging on cool sounds and chilled people.”
The Noodle House seeks to capture the amazing, aromatic sensory overload of a visit to an Asian street market. “It’s vibrant, spiced, exciting,” Carric says. “Imagine oodles of noodles, more noodles than you could shake a pair of chopsticks at, and you might be close. The Noodle House is like being in some vast international market where you have everyone from Thai to Malay to Vietnamese to China to southern Thai style vendors, all vying for your attention.”