Hidden amongst swaying coconut palms and other lush tropical vegetation is the Katathani Phuket Beach Resort situated right on the beachfront of the Kata Noi Beach, disappearing into the blue waters of the Andaman Sea. The resort offers a range of rooms all with a charming Thai influence, giving a peaceful atmosphere that promises a restful stay with all the modern amenities you could need on holiday. Guests will also enjoy the vast range of dining options available ranging from authentic Thai cuisine in the Chanadda Royal Thai Cuisine through to Fsiherman’s Wahrf serving the freshest seafood and the best spot to catch the incredible Thai sunset. Alongside all of this, the resort has a whole host of facilities to make sure you get the most out of your holiday with six swimming pools alongside four children’s pools and a state of the art modern entertainment room. Once you’ve had your fill of Phuket, jump across to Koh Phi Phi where you will find the idyllic beach side retreat of Zeavola Resort, a luxury resort with a focus on sustainability and the natural surroundings. Ideal for that intimate romantic escape, the resort consists of a variety of private villas all nestled amongst lush tropical greenery to make you feel a million miles away from everyday life. Take advantage of your incredible location and try a PADI Diving course with the resorts full list of courses for every level or if you’re already experienced, make the memories of a life time with a special night time dive into the Andaman. If you prefer to stay on dry land, the resort offers a whole host of excursions to tickle your fancy ranging from boat trips and exploring secluded coves through to jungle trekking.
H Katathani Phuket Beach Resort
Hotel in Phuket resort
H Zeavola Resort
Hotel in Koh Phi Phi resort
Airport in Phuket city
£989 per person
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