- 3D2N stay for 2 for $738 (rrp. $2,156)
- 4D3N stay for 2 for $1,048 (rrp. $3,233)
- 5D4N stay for 2 for $1,358 (rrp. $4,311)
- 6D5N stay for 2 for $1,648 (rrp. $5,388)
Hotel at a glance
Situated within reach of the Phuket International Airport, this four-star establishment boasts a wealth of surrounding amenities apt to cater to shopping and sightseeing needs from humble retail stalls and eateries to the not-so-distant beach of the Sa Khu district. Holiday-goers can seek respite within the inviting spaces of chic, modernly-furnished rooms equipped with state of the art room entertainment system in the form of 40” high-definition LED Smart televisions and high-speed wireless internet connection, as well as options of having direct access to the clear crystalline waters of the hotel’s swimming pool. Upon getting ample rest under the gaze of dream catchers that hang over one’s bed, guests can awake to explore more of the hotel’s sleek and grey-toned surroundings to find a fully-equipped Mana fitness centre, and Café M that serves cuisines ranging from traditional Thai to typical continental delights.
- Max. occupancy: 2 adults and 1 child aged 12 and below per room
- No extra bed available
- Restaurant and cafe
- Swimming pool
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
Add-ons (payable to hotel)
- Stay without extra bed with breakfast for 1 guest aged 2 – 12: Free
Phuket, Thailand: What to see and do
Phuket has a diverse landscape made up of mountains in the central region that tapers off into plains, becoming white sandy beaches and jagged limestone outcrops towards the coast. While most people spend their time here lazing by the beach and exploring neighbouring islands via longtail boats, the island has a host of cultural and natural attractions waiting to be discovered. Immerse yourself in nature at the Khao Phra Thaeo National Park, a sanctuary that preserves the native flora and fauna of the region where you can trek through the tropical rainforest to the scenic Tonsai and Bang Pae waterfalls.
Scattered around Phuket are Buddhist temples that form the spiritual core of the island, the most iconic one being the Big Buddha, a sitting Buddha made up of white Burmese marble located at the peak of the Nakkerd Hills, which is also a good vantage point to get a 360-degree view of the surroundings. If you time your visit to coincide with the Vegetarian Festival that takes place in late September to early October, you will get the chance to see how locals celebrate their version of the Nine Emperor Gods Festival with colourful processions and ceremonies that challenge physical limits like firewalking and body piercing.
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