Phulay Bay offers a total of 54 spacious, well-appointed one-bedroom villas or pavilions with contemporary Thai décor and either a private tropical garden or ocean view. All accommodations feature distinctive touches such as flat screen televisions, large indoor baths, spacious walk-in wardrobes and delightful verandas furnished with lounge beds. The villas have enhanced amenities, including private outdoor baths and plunge pools. The resort’s spa, part of the renowned ESPA spa group, has 11 treatment rooms designed to accommodate both individual or couples’ treatments. Phulay Bay has four restaurants offering both casual and formal dining. Guests can also design their own culinary adventures beyond traditional restaurant settings, such as a beach barbecue, a sunset dinner, or a picnic on the beach. The resort also features a fitness center and shopping boutiques. Finally, to ensure that all your needs are met, a personal butler is available 24 hours a day. Phulay Bay is 40 minutes from Krabi International Airport.
Location: Phang Nga Bay features idyllic white sand beaches and limestone karst formations - the quintessential Thai beach location.
History: Krabi was once the location of an elephant kraal, and has its own sea gypsy community that run longtail boats in the area.
Service: The Ritz-Carlton Phulay Bay is a six star hotel with a 24-hour personal butler for all villas.
These Ritz-Carlton villas and pavilions are beyond luxurious, each offering in excess of 1,000 square feet of indoor space and each with expansive private outdoor areas. Suites and villas feature sleek modern design with traditional Thai design motifs throughout and all modern conveniences.
These 538-square-foot open-plan villas are positioned close to the sea, each with a wide veranda with daybed and plunge pool, luxurious bathroom with oversized tub, four-poster extra long bed, walk-in wardrobe and modern amenities such as flatscreen TV with satellite channels, WiFi, work desk, bathrobes, hair dryer, mini bar, DVD/CD player, coffee/tea maker and complimentary drinking water.
Ocean Pavilions measure 721 square feet and feature a balcony overlooking the ocean, indoor/outdoor bathroom with rainshower, and large walk-in wardrobe with twin vanities. Thai artwork and artefacts lend a traditional touch to luxurious ivory-colored interiors, with an outdoor daybed facilitating ultimate seaside relaxation. Pavilions include flatscreen TV with satellite channels, WiFi, work desk, bathrobes, hair dryer, mini bar, DVD/CD player, coffee/tea maker and complimentary drinking water.
These 904-square-foot pavilions offer private garden views with a spacious verandah and daybed, and spacious contemporary Thai interiors. Pavilions include indoor/outdoor bathroom with rain shower, large walk-in wardrobe with twin vanities, flatscreen TV with satellite channels, WiFi, work desk, bathrobes, hair dryer, mini bar, DVD/CD player, coffee/tea maker and complimentary drinking water.
Measuring 1,141 square feet, these villas feature their own expansive private garden with pool. Reserve Pool Villas include indoor/outdoor bathroom with oversized tub and rain shower, large walk-in wardrobe with twin vanities, flatscreen TV with satellite channels, WiFi, work desk, bathrobes, hair dryer, mini bar, DVD/CD player, coffee/tea maker and complimentary drinking water.
This luxurious destination spa is truly breathtaking, offering a superlatively blissful environment by the sea and surrounded by pristine tropical forest. Open from 9am to 10pm daily, it offers 11 lagoon-side treatment rooms, a VIP spa suite and thermal treatment suites with saunas, vitality pools, relaxation rooms and outdoor terrace space with relaxing garden views.
A 24-hour gym is available for guests seeking fitness while on vacation. All modern exercise equipments is provided, as well as personal trainers on request.
Guests can rent kayaks from the Ritz-Carlton's private beach and explore the limestone karsts of Phang Nga Bay.
The Ritz-Carlton Phulay Bay features a stunning infinity pool looks out over the Andaman Sea and the limestone karsts of Phang Nga Bay.
Guests can participate in a range of holistic activities, including pilates, yoga and meditation. There are open air spaces as well as a sheltered indoor area with views over the surrounding forest. Guided sessions are offered, including a full moon yoga, candle-light yoga and Buddhist chanting and meditation.
This picturesque sunset lounge showcases breathtaking Andaman views from comfortable lounge seating. Offering a wide range of cocktails, wines and beers, Chomtawan also has a special guest every Saturday - Coco, the resident baby elephant.
This casual dining venue offers Mediterranean-inspired fare with live cooking stations where chefs prepare food to order.
This romantic venue overlooks the Andaman Sea, offering freshly caught seafood by lantern light.
For casual all-day dining, this poolside space offers a full bar menu plus light Western and Asian meals and snacks.
Around the resort are several picturesque and private locations for an intimate meal. Guests can opt for a chef�s table, a beachside BBQ, sala dining, or even a picnic on a nearby island.
Serving all raw food dishes made from fresh organic produce, the Raw Bar serves up nutritious salads, juices, mocktails and herbal teas.
This sleek modern space offers top-notch traditional Thai dishes accompanied by a selection of fine wines and spirits.
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