So many hotels on Phuket are squeezed into nooks and crannies and onto steeply sloping headlands. This resort is no different but it has done so at minimal loss to accessibility and has managed to find enough flat ground for an impressive 3 pools. A dais of black granite elevates the beautiful reception area over a gurgling stream running through the centre of the hotel. The stream runs out under the sea view bar/lounge which is skirted on 3 of 5 sides by an infinity pond, which mitigates to the point of invisibility the power cables running spaghetti-like past the window.
98% of the rooms here have a sea view. There are 6 restaurants including in their choice of cuisine, Korean, Japanese, and European, without needing to mention of course Thai.
We recommend only two of the room types here
The standard rooms, Super Deluxe, have a mixed set of furnishings from Japanese-influenced wall hangings to old English chairs and poufs. With a bath, the option of connecting rooms and good views of Patong bay, these are not bad little rooms for the price.
The Diamond Suites are available with double bed, triple bed, and twin bed options. Having a larger balcony to go with that sea view makes the difference here, and being able to enjoy it from the Jacuzzi is the bonus. These suites are more lavishly furnished and come with their own dining area and walk-in closet.
The above rates are net per room per night and inclusive of service charge.