Thailand, West Coast and Islands
Info : Amanpuri
Amanpuri, the first of the Amans properties, has been open since 1998. It is testament to its design and service that it remains one of Phuket's finest resorts.
Nestled into forested hills around a beautiful crescent shaped sandy bay, Amanpuri is elegance and tranquillity personified. Forty Thai-styled pavilions and thirty private villas are interspersed through a mature coconut plantation with dramatic effect. Each pavilion includes a large bedroom, spacious living area, separate bath and shower and outside 'sala' (pavilion) and sun deck. Elevated walkways connect the pavilions to the resorts various facilities.
The pavilions differ from the more modern resorts in their extensive use of wood. The villas are spacious and airy, with large bathrooms with open bathtub and shower.
The turquoise blue waters glisten peacefully in the high season, as guests enjoy the sea breezes and luxurious surroundings.
Discreet, luxurious and serenely peaceful.
Ultimate - There are very few hotels we would describe as 'ultimate'. Hotels in this category must have absolutely everything anyone could want and really be aiming for the stars. These hotels generally go well above and beyond and they would always be at the very top end of the market. These are for clients looking for that extra special place.
- Award Winning Spa
- Beach Bar
- Beach Frontage
- DVD Player
- Fine Dining Restaurant
- Golf Course Nearby
- Gym / Fitness Centre
- Multiple Swimming Pools
- Private Speed Boat
- Spectacular Views
- Swimming Pool
- Varied Local Excursions
- Water Sports
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Really enjoyed the food tour. It took us to a part of Bangkok that we would never have visited. We visited 5 restaurants, some of which you would probably dismiss out of hand and carry on walking past from their appearance. They were also very clued up on local knowledge so it was a much a cultural tour as food tour.