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    Phuket Boutique and Luxury Hotels

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    From white sandy beaches to energetic nightlife, Phuket has plenty to offer for all types of travellers and sun-seekers. It has transformed from a backpacker’s paradise into a stylish, jet-set retreat, offering some of the most luxurious boutique hotels in the world. Whether you want to immerse yourself in nature, relax on pristine beaches, or indulge in Thai culture, there will always be a luxury hotel to fit your needs on the island.

    COMO Point Yamu
    Located at the tip of Cape Yamu, COMO Point Yamu offers exceptional views of Phang Nga Bay and the Andaman Sea. The hotel was designed by a legendary Italian interior and product designer, Paola Navone. It offers a unique expression of contemporary Thai luxury. The elegant rooms, suites, and villas are all spacious and feature hand-made elements. Some come with floor-to-ceiling windows framing jaw-dropping views. Besides the comfortable rooms and spectacular views, COMO Point Yamu also boasts a stunning infinity pool, a selection of excellent restaurants, and one of the best spas in Phuket. Whether you want to sip cocktails while watching the sunset, splash around in the infinity pools, enjoy a romantic getaway, or wind down in the fantastic spa, you will definitely experience relaxation with style. In addition, COMO Point Yamu also provides day trips around the surrounding islands and inlets by private yacht or longtail boat.
    • Pricing: Start from approx. 6,900 to 39,300 THB per night.
    • Address: 225 Moo7 Paklok, Paklok, Phuket, Thailand, 83110.
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    Keemala is a dreamy retreat nestled amidst lush rainforest atop rolling hills overlooking the Andaman Sea and Kamala Village. With sustainability at its core, Keemala Boasts unusual architecture that will make you feel like you’re stepping into a fantasy world. The luxury hotel has an otherworldly design inspired by Thai mythology. You can choose to stay in a pear-shaped treehouse, canvas-domed tented pool villa, or the Bird’s Nest Pool Villa. All types of accommodations come with an extensive selection of modern conveniences and offer remarkable ocean views. In addition to the rustic yet lavish accommodation, Keemala also boasts a lagoon-like swimming pool with its own waterfall and a rooftop restaurant. It also has a tip-top spa called Mala Spa, which offers a range of holistic therapies. With everything that the hotel has to offer, you probably won’t want to leave it. However, there’s a free shuttle to and from the beach if you do want to explore nearby areas.
    • Pricing: Start from approx 10,900 to 36,000 THB per night.
    • Address: 10/88 Moo. 6 Nakasud Rd., Kathu District Phuket, Kamala, Phuket, Thailand, 83150.
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    The Slate

    Situated at Nai Yang Beach, the magnificent Slate Hotel faces a private strip of silken sand with a beautiful palm grove. This luxury hotel is all about enchanting design. Bill Bensley, a Thailand-based architect, blends contemporary elements with the history of Phuket as a spot for tin mining. Each room and suite in the hotel are surrounded by tropical gardens, allowing you to treat your eyes with intense natural beauty. The Slate offers 3 magnificent swimming pools, with jacuzzis, a waterfall, and swim-up bars. The hotel also provides monastery visits, Thai cooking classes, bike tours, sand-in-the-toes dining, daily kids’ club, and an amazing spa. Whether you stay with your family or your loved one, The Slate offers a tranquil getaway from your busy life.
    • Pricing: Start from approx. 4,200 to 26,500 THB per night.
    • Address: Nai Yang Beach & National Park, Amphur Thalang, Naiyang, Phuket, Thailand.

    Trisara means “Third Garden in Heaven” in Sanskrit, which perfectly describes this enchanting hotel. Set on the hills to the northwest of Phuket, this luxury hotel is wrapped in a tropical forest and lush, exotic gardens. It’s truly a sanctuary for all of the senses and the perfect place for those who want to rejuvenate. It offers 48 spacious pool villas with ocean views and 2 to 6-bedroom private residences. All villas and residences are designed with luxurious interiors and Thai-inspired decors. Besides the wonderful rooms, you can also enjoy any food your heart desires at the hotel’s top-class restaurant or pamper yourself at the beautiful spa. In addition, there’s a fantastic 45-metre swimming pool along the beachfront, where you can escape the tropical heat. To help you explore the local neighbourhood, there are cruises and excursions available as well.
    • Pricing: Start from approx. 17,400 to 46,000 THB per night.
    • Address: 60/1 Moo 6, Srisoonthorn Road, Cherngtalay, Talang, Layan, Phuket, Thailand.
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    Rosewood Phuket
    The last hotel on our list is the Rosewood Hotel. It’s a family-friendly tropical beach hideaway made for fun in the sun, unforgettable cocktail-fueled nights, and fantastic spa pampering. It has an innovative design with subtle Thai influences, which blends perfectly with its enchanting surroundings. Each room is designed for comfort, relaxation, and entertainment. Therefore, you can enjoy luxury island living with the best style and amenities. Also, it’s a great place to stay if you’re environmentally conscious because the hotel incorporates various ecologically sound methods, including a rainwater collection. The swimming pool in Rosewood Phuket is impressive. It has several different sections, such as a kids’ section, a sporty section for those who want to work out, and a quiet section for lovebirds. In addition, this luxury hotel also has an excellent spa. Designed to be a sanctuary for wellness, the spa features treatment rooms, yoga areas, a herb laboratory, and a wide range of spa rituals.
    • Pricing: Start from approx. 19,000 to 136,000 THB per night.
    • Address: 88/28 Muen-Ngern Road, Patong, Kathu, Patong, Phuket, Thailand, 83150.

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    Club Med Phuket Reopening

    After closing its doors for over two years since the Covid-19 pandemic struck, Club Med Phuket is now back in business. The resort reopened yesterday following efforts to clean up the area and bring back tourists. The island province’s Vice Governor Pichet, who attended the reopening, said the reopening should help Phuket’s disheveled tourism economy.

    “Club Med is known around the world. This will also indirectly urge Thai Airways to begin daily flights from Bangkok”.
    The VP added that even though Covid-19 has hurt tourism, environmental and natural attractions have recovered. Club Med Phuket is located on Kata beach, one of Phuket’s areas most devastated by Covid-19. Shops have gone unkept due to an almost complete lack of tourists. Officials finally announced an upcoming seafood festival on the beach earlier this month, which they said will last from March 19-20. Like the Club Med reopening, the festival also aimed to bring back tourists to the beach.

    Phuket’s economy has been ripped apart by Covid-19. The island province relies heavily on tourism for income, and the number of tourists plummeted from 14,800 a day on average in 2019 to 500 a day on average in 2021. At one point, the average monthly income in Phuket fell to 1,961 baht per month.


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      Phuket Centara Resort Reopening
      Centara Resort Phuket

      Centara Hotels & Resorts, Thailand’s leading hotel operator, announces the much-anticipated reopening of Centara Karon Resort Phuket on 1 April 2022. Located a short walk from Karon Beach, Centara Karon Resort Phuket is widely acclaimed as one of Thailand’s best family resorts. Consistently ranked as one of Tripadvisor’s Best Family Hotels, it provides the ultimate in family entertainment, but it is also a perfect relaxation and play space for couples, groups and solo travellers.

      The resort offers a comprehensive range of facilities including three swimming pool areas with separate children’s pools, waterfalls and waterslides. SPA Cenvaree offers rejuvenating treatments for singles and couples and features steam rooms and Jacuzzi spas. Youngsters have their own supervised Kids’ Club, Camp Safari, and a hangout zone for teenagers, E-Zone.

      Centara Karon Resort also offers an exciting choice for all tastes, including Thai, Asian and international cuisines, along with themed dinners in the evenings at Lotus Restaurant. Azure enjoys a beautiful setting beside the Lagoon pool and serves modern Italian favourites, while The Mix transforms from a coffee corner during the day into an evening lounge bar with great music, live sports, cocktails and refreshments.

      Fully vaccinated travellers arriving from overseas can enjoy a Test & Go quarantine-free visit to Thailand following the government policy of a negative RT-PCR test result on the day of arrival. Guests travelling to Phuket are required to book an RT-PCR test directly when applying for a Thailand Pass.

      More information on international arrivals in Thailand can be found on the following Website

      Guests enjoy peace of mind when staying with Centara Hotels & Resorts as the group continues to follow strict safety protocols and adhere to certified health and hygiene procedures with the comprehensive Centara Complete Care programme across all its properties. Test & Go packages at Centara Karon Resort Phuket start from THB 4,380++ per person per night in a Deluxe Pool View Room, inclusive of secure transfer from Phuket International Airport to the resort and roundtrip transfers to the medical centre for RT-PCR testing on arrival.


      • #4
        NEW: Banyan Tree Veya Resort Phuket
        Banyan Tree Veya Phuket Resort

        Banyan Tree Hotels - one of the world’s leading independent hospitality groups - launched a new wellbeing brand The Banyan Tree Veya, in March 2022

        The flagshipBanyan Tree Veya Phuket is a wellbeing-centred resort that offers bespoke programmes emphasising what the brand callsembodiment therapies’, built on Banyan Tree’s proprietary eight pillars of wellbeing. Veya means ‘to weave’ and provides the safe space to integrate your own path to wellbeing. The Veya experience is led by certified multidisciplinary wellbeing hosts around a 3-step protocol of Awareness, Discovery, and Sustenance. Created in direct response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Banyan Tree Veya aims to address a world with an urgent need for reconnecting mind and body on a daily basis.

        “With our hyper-stimulated modern life, our nervous systems cannot truly relax and, therefore, rest; chronic stress erodes our natural immunity and regenerative capacity. Our ethos #OwnYourPresence guides our mission of inspiring individuals’ to travel inwards and become conscious of how their daily actions, thoughts, and emotions interact with their physical being,” says Ms Ho Ren Yung, Senior Vice President, Brand and Commercial of Banyan Tree Group.

        The Veya Experience

        The Veya journey begins with a private consultation with the wellbeing hosts, who are certified and trained in eastern medicine, naturopathy and coaching. After an assessment against the brand’s codified wellbeing approach, a personalised itinerary is created aligned to each guest’s needs and priorities, centred on embodiment therapies and somatic practices.
        • Mindfulness practices:
          Classes such as Ocean Breath and Conscious Grounding raise sensory awareness through breathwork, sound therapy and guided imagery meditation techniques in natural environments.
        • Somatic movement:
          Intuitive forms of dance, yoga and classes such as balance and stability release chronic tension patterns and calm the nervous system.
        • Weightless:
          A new range of signature therapies unique to Veya – combining rehabilitative floatation with body stretch massage techniques and meditational sound therapy into a restorative sensory experience.
        • Lifestyle learning:
          Workshops introducing wellbeing rituals into daily life, such as creative therapies, integrative nutrition, and classes such as Positive Resilience help guests bring the retreat experience home.

        Luxury Accommodation

        Designed for optimal rest, the villas feature organic cotton bed linen, a choice of pillows, black-out curtains, nightly aromatherapy, sleep light and music. Each villa comes fully equipped to enable wellbeing practices in the privacy of the own room, with amenities including a wellbeing minibar, yoga mats, sound therapy bowls, exercise stretch bands and more.

        Veya Cuisine

        Veya showcases plant-forward cuisine that weaves together Asian and Mediterranean influences in a creative, flexitarian approach that respects ingredient provenance. Menu signatures include bowls broths and reinterpreted iconic local dishes around a Fuel-Balance-Repair daily sequence. Resident ‘Nutrition Sommeliers’ assist guests in curating a tailored menu during their stay to fulfil dietary needs and preferences.

        The Experience

        Banyan Tree Veya Phuket offers a lush enclave within Laguna Phuket, a distinct and tranquil location within the Banyan Tree Phuket resort and a few minutes’ walk from Bangtao Beach. Veya guests will enjoy exclusive access to a Wellbeing Center featuring Thailand’s first-ever White Room for sensory detox and meditative practice and a traditional herb farm-pharmacy workshop opening soon. Flexible Veya credits allow further customisation of guest wellbeing journeys with options to use for spa, private classes, dining and retail products. A journey reflection consultation is offered before departure, followed by personalised programs and lifestyle practices to continue their wellbeing journey in their daily lives. “The pandemic has brought unprecedented stress and trauma to our generation, the full impact of which remains to be fully assessed. However, many of us are reassessing our purpose and approach in life. The Banyan Tree Veya team of resident wellbeing specialists and external experts aim to guide, encourage and celebrate with our guests in discovering this new conscious way of living,” says Wellbeing Senior Assistant Vice President, Executive Director Lee Woon Hoe.

        Opening Specials

        For a limited time only, travellers can enjoy Banyan Tree Veya Phuket’s opening offer for a three-night package at THB38,400 with THB20,000 Veya exclusive credit per villa for two persons.

        Veya Experience inclusions
        • Accommodation in a Veya Pool Villa well-designed for rest and restoration.
        • Private wellbeing assessment, mapping and consultation.
        • Bespoke wellbeing itinerary from curated group wellbeing activity calendar.
        • Daily rituals and mindful practices to centre the mind and body.
        • 25% discount on private sessions, spa treatments, retail purchases and outlet dining.
        • End of stay experience reflection and consultation.
        • Personalised take-home guide to support home practice.

        Book by 30 April 2022. Reservations can be made online via the following Website