Location: The Trisara is based in the Sanskrit area of Phuket, set in the backdrop of the lush Thai rain forest and natural gardens, bound to excite the senses of any spectator.
History: Phuket Town was first established in 1st century BC by Indian colonists. When tourism first came to Thailand, Phuket was at the spearhead and embraced it openly, as it continues to do today.
Service: Privacy is paramount at the Trisara, with each villa featuring its own pool so that guests may swim without onlookers, in addition to the numerous private dining options and private meeting options on hand.
This boutique resort is located within a beautiful tropical forest over a private bay, just 15 minutes from Phuket International Airport, on the island’s quiet northwestern coastline. The resort’s 42 pool suites and villas, guest facilities and 12 privately owned residential villas all face the sea, many with absolute sea frontage. The villas and facilities sit within 40 acres of garden that rise between two private headlands, ensuring absolute privacy from any other developments. The resort’s restaurant and bar are set directly above the beach on a deck that extends out towards the surf. Trisara’s team of creative chefs prepare beautifully presented yet simple selections of classic Thai dishes as well as specialties from around the world. Other amenities include a fully equipped fitness center, tennis courts, yacht rental, complimentary gold club rental, the opulent Trisara Spa with its sea-view treatment suites, wi-fi and a business center.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With 39 ocean view luxury villas and private residences of two to six bedrooms, this hotel is at the pinnacle of extravagant living on Phuket. All accommodation comes with simple, contemporary designs, that lend an overwhelming sense of privacy.
These extremely popular villas sit well above the bay, spread over an area of 787-square-feet, with a 32-foot private infinity pool that provides swimmers with stunning ocean views. The pool is surrounded by a lovely teak sun deck, and features an outdoor private shower.
These well-appointed suites, spread out over 754-square-feet, contain a separate bedroom and living room, as well as two bathrooms. The living room can be made up as a separate room, divided from the bedroom by a sliding door. The suite has its own private infinity pool with stunning ocean views from its location high up above the rest of the resort.
The luxuriously-appointed one-bedroom villas are spread over an area of 787-square-feet, and feature a spacious bedroom, a bathroom that faces beautiful gardens and is flooded with natural light, and a private infinity pool surrounded by a sundeck.
Guests will enjoy the Trisara’s full range of services and facilities, that range from a luxurious six-handed massage, to the treat of relaxation when the little ones are being minded at the kid’s center.
Just below the resort’s spa sits its top-of-the-range gym, providing workout enthusiasts with a lovely sea view while they sweat away the day’s calories. Those who require one-on-one attention can hire personal trainers to train them at the resort. Tennis enthusiasts will also enjoy the resort’s floodlit tennis courts.
Business travelers will appreciate the Trisara’s state-of-the-art corporate facilities, featuring panoramic sea views. Private meeting areas are available for important meetings where discretion is required.
The Trisara’s expansive 4,921-square-foot spa is a guest favorite, featuring the elaborate six-handed massage that lasts for 90 minutes and entails the expertise of three therapists working out all the kinks and stress points in one’s body.
The professionally-supervised children’s club can be found in its own pavilion, off the path of the main areas. Kids between the ages of 4 to 16 will enjoy the wide array of indoor and outdoor activities available for them to join in on.
The Tresara presents a stunning array of fine and vibrant dining options, with fresh catches from the nearby coastal waters at the Trisara Seafood restaurant, light beachside dining at The Deck, and tasty cocktails at The Bar.
Guests who desire more intimate meals can enjoy in-villa dining, as well as a romantic villa barbeque set up by the resort’s helpful staff. It’s also possible to enjoy a beachfront barbeque either for private or group occassions.
Sunday brunch is a special treat at the Trisara, with a selection of cold, fresh seafood, delectable tapas, petite fours, and other sumptuous desserts.
The Bar is set in a well-appointed pavilion that provides breezy outdoor seating and a cozy indoor section as well. It’s an ideal place to meet with friends for a social aperitif.
This beachside restaurant dishes up light Thai and Western dishes that incorporate locally-sourced and premium imported ingredients.
This newly-opened oceanfront restaurant serves up some of Phuket’s freshest and most succulent seafood in an elegant, yet unpretentious atmosphere that mimic the best Mediterranean seafood restaurants.
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