Amanpuri, which means “peaceful place,” is a magnificent resort created by the architect who designed the Winter Palace of the former Shah of Iran. The resort has 40 secluded pavilions, each with a private outdoor terrace overlooking the Andaman Sea, and come with a personal cook and butler. Dining options include The Restaurant, which serves Italian cuisine, and The Terrace, which offers Thai and European specialties. Amanpuri has a Beach Club, with windsurfing and hobie-cats available, a 20-meter lap pool and a starting point for diving, snorkeling or fishing. Other facilities include a business center, floodlit tennis courts, and a fitness center with state-of-the-art weight training and cardiovascular machines and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the sea. Wifi is available in all rooms and public areas. The resort is 25 minutes from the airport in Phuket (HKT).
Why We Love This Hotel
Private Beach: Though no beach in Thailand can claim to be truly private by law, Amanpuri's golden sand beach cannot be accessed from outside the resort, therefore it offers seclusion and sanctuary available only to resort guests.
Health & Wellness: Taking wellbeing a step further, Amanpuri's spa facilities are unrivaled. The medical spa complex includes doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and traditional Chinese medicine practitioners alongside masseuses and beauty therapists, offering holistic east-meets-west options for those looking for comprehensive health and wellness services. These professionals work with you from consultation to treatment, whether your goals are detox, anti-ageing, weight loss, immunity, or more.
For All the Family: Amanpuri also takes "Kids Club" to the next level, with two unique spaces for children and teenagers. Tweens and teens can enjoy a skateboarding ramp, a rock-climbing wall, a DJ booth with equipment, plus a big-screen for gaming and movies - all housed in a cool hangout by the beach. Younger guests can participate in supervised craft activities at the adjacent Eco Beach House, which also houses ecological-focused displays that aim to educate about the environment, including animal tanks with fish, frogs, insects and a snake.
- Hotel Group
- Phuket , Thailand
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- 24hr Room Service
- Business Center
- Childcare Services
- Fitness Center
- Fitness Classes
- Kids Club
- Meeting/conference Facilities
- Outdoor Pool
- Poolside Bar
- Private Beach
- Safety Deposit Boxes
- Shuttle Service
- Smoking Area
- Steam Room
- Tennis Court
- Water Sports
- Wi-Fi In Public Areas
- Yoga Classes/instruction On Site
Amanpuri’s 40 Thai style pavilions are located around a mature coconut plantation, just a stone’s throw away from a private white sandy beach. The pavilions are connected by raised wooden walk ways, and boast either garden or ocean views.
Garden Pool Pavilion
The Garden Pool Pavilion, located in a leafy tropical garden, has a roomy bedroom, an outdoor sala, sun deck, dining balcony and private plunge pool. The Garden Pool Pavilion features a king-size bed, large bathroom and spacious dressing area. Wireless broadband connections are available throughout the resort. This pavilion offers views of the green coconut grove outside.
Luxury Villa Homes
There are a range of Luxury Villa Homes interspersed throughout the resort's coconut plantation, with two to six bedrooms each, most of which over look the ocean and are shaded by trees. The villas are decorated with traditional Thai style furnishings, art and antiques. Outside, the villas offer private pools and comfortable Thai style salas structures for dining and relaxing. Each villa comes with a live-in maid and cook. The villas are perfect for families, groups, weddings, special events and business meetings.
The Pavilions feature a large bedroom and living space including an outdoor sala, sun deck and dining balcony. Pavilions have large comfortable king-size beds, oversized bathrooms and spacious dressing. Wireless internet connections are available throughout the resort. The Pavilions are positioned in resort's internal passageway close to the many onsite facilities.
Pool Pavilion (two-bedroom)
There are two spacious Pool Pavilions, interspersed throughout a coconut plantation, with two bedrooms, an outdoor sala, sun deck, balcony and private plunge pool. The Pool Pavilions feature king-size and twin beds, generous en-suite bathrooms and spacious dressing areas. Wireless and broadband connections are available throughout the resort.
The vast Aman Spa features six large Thai-style pavilions used as private treatment rooms. Each treatment room contains a private steam room, shower, bath, dressing area and outdoor meditation sala. The spa has sauna, granite steam room, hot and cold plunge pools, as well as fountain terrace where health drinks are served. Guests may choose from a range of treatments such as massages, facials, body wraps, scrubs and baths. For those looking for alternative treatments, the medical spa facility has state-of-the-art equipment and a team of medical professionals, who specialize in a wide range of health and wellness services.
Amanpuri has an exclusive selection of Thai and Asian antiques, textiles, artifacts and jewelry. Shoppers will also enjoy browsing the hand-woven textiles, local snacks and delicacies and other gifts and souvenirs.
The large 3767-sqaure foot glass-walled gym is light and airy boasting great views from its perch on the highest point of the property. The gym has plenty of cardiovascular equipment including a Power Plate machine and free weights. There is also a Pilates studio and personal trainers available for fitness and workout advice.
Kids will never be bored at Amanpuri's large "Kids Club" area, which includes an Eco Beach House for younger kids as well as a separate hangout for teens, featuring skate ramps, a rock climbing wall, a DJ booth and a big screen for gaming.
The library is light, airy and well stocked with books, magazines, newspapers and board games. There is also a selection of CDs and DVDs to borrow as well as coffee tables books on Thailand and Southeast Asia.
Amanpuri has a 88-foot fresh-water swimming pool and 65-foot lap pool at the Beach Club. At the pools, the hospitable staff serve Thai tea in the afternoons and traditional Thai music is performed after sunset at the pool pavilion.
Amanpuri has six floodlit tennis courts surrounded by beautiful palm trees. There is equipment and playing partners available.
Naoki is a simple open-air restaurant with a black granite bar and just 21 seats, serving French-Japanese fusion food.
The Bar offers drinks and bar snacks next to the pool, over looking a stunning view of the ocean -particularly best at sunset.
The Restaurant serves Italian favorites including pizzas, pastas, fresh breads, salads and antipasti, located next to the hotel pool.
The Terrace is a relaxing outdoor all-day dining restaurant serving Thai and European cuisine, located next to the hotel pool.
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