Luxury Hotels and Spas

in Phang Nga Bay

Some of the best Resorts and Hideaways
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Lilies on the Pond at The Sarojin

Luxury Hotels and Spas in Phang Nga Bay

The Sarojin Resort and the Six Senses Hideaway must surely be two of the very best Luxury Hotels and Spas in the Phang Nga Bay area. But there are also some other great hotels and resorts in this most beautiful part of the country. 

You can now make your hotel booking directly from this page for the most luxurious Phang Nga Bay hotels and resorts to some of the more (depending on your budget) affordable ones. While your support is greatly appreciated, I wish you all a very pleasant stay.

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Luxury Hotels and Spas in Phang Nga Bay

The Sarojin Resort is located an hour by car from Phuket and less than an hour by boat from the Similan and Surin Islands, which are wonderful, world-renowned dive sites. It’s a multi-award-winning boutique hotel with 56 guest residences in 7 double storey buildings, named after a Thai lady famous for her hospitality.

Features include rainfall showers, plunge pools, relaxation pools and couples baths. There are also impressively elegant private dining pool pavilions. Especially valuable for anyone looking for a real romantic experience is the Imagine-er, who will help you design a personally tailored holiday with activities such as waterfall dining, jungle cooking lessons, private boat trips, elephant treks, sea sports and spa treatment just to name a few! Sumptuous living doesn't get better than this.


Pool Area at The Sarojin

Luxury Hotels and Spas in Phang Nga Bay

Six Senses Hideaway Yao Noi is located on picturesque Koh Yao Noi in the famously island-studded Phang Nga Bay. This fabulous resort offers 54 secluded and spacious elevated villas in various configurations, each with its own private infinity pool and many with outdoor showers. As a guest here you'll get to enjoy magnificent views from the pool and restaurant complex of the Hilltop Reserve as well as private BBQ's featuring freshly caught fish by hotel staff themselves.

The delicious free ice creams and sorbets in the ice cream parlour are really popular. Other favourite experiences include being marooned on a romantic island at sunset and private movie-watching under the stars. But probably the most important feature is the fantastic Spa, with its huge range of treatments and a series of different specialist wellness consultants in attendance. The Spa is open 12 hours a day. This resort is also a wonderful place for a wedding, a honeymoon or any other special occasion you may wish to celebrate.


Six Senses Hideaway Kho Yao Noi



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