· Location: Trisara is tucked away amongst lush forest and natural gardens, with boundless ocean views that look out to spectacular sunsets, while only being 15 minutes from the international airport.
· Service: Privacy is paramount at the Trisara, with each villa featuring its own pool so that guests may swim without onlookers.
· Michelin-Star Dining: PRU is Phuket's first and only Michelin-starred restaurant, headed by Chef Jimmy and offering elevated farm-to-table dining. Omakase-style tasting menus marry prime local ingredients from the resort's organic farm with exotic ingredients which both impress and inspire.
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 pool suites and villas, guest facilities and privately-owned residential villas all face the sea, many with absolute sea frontage. The villas and facilities sit within 40 acres of garden between two private headlands, ensuring absolute privacy. The resort’s restaurants 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, with the star being PRU, Phuket's first and only Michelin-starred restaurant. Other amenities include a fully-equipped fitness center, tennis courts, yacht rental, the opulent Trisara Spa with its sea-view treatment suites 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 a collection of ocean-view luxury villas as well as private reside nces of two to six bedrooms, this hotel is at the pinnacle of extravagant livin g on Phuket. All accommodation comes with simple, contemporary design that lend s an overwhelming sense of privacy.
Similar in size and layout to the Ocean View Pool Villa, the Ocean Front Pool Villa is situated closer to sea level and the beach, bringing the refreshing sea air to you.
Covering 1,453 square feet, the Ocean View Pool Junior Suites are located at the top of the resort, boasting immense ocean views and a secluded spot in amongst birds nest ferns and tropical canopy. The suite is comprised of a master bedroom with a seating area, a large bathroom with a bathtub and double vanity, as well as an outdoor space consisting of a terrace, outdoor shower, private pool and sun loungers perched in the shallows.
At 2,583 square feet, the Ocean View Pool Villa is ideal for families, accommodating up to three adults, or two adults and two children. The large master bedroom includes a desk and a seating/dining area; the bathroom includes a bathtub, shower and outdoor shower; while outdoor space includes a sun deck with sun loungers, an outdoor dining area and an infinity-style swimming pool.
The Signature Ocean View Pool Suite is a generous 2,475 square feet in size, comprised of a large living space, a master bedroom with a king-size bed (plus a sleeping sofa and option for an additional bed), a sun deck, a large infinity pool, plus indoor and outdoor lounge and dining areas.
For larger groups traveling together, the Two-Bedroom Ocean Front Pool Villa can accommodate up to six adults or four adults and two children. Measuring 3,229 square feet, spaces include a master bedroom with a king bed, a twin bedroom, a lounge and dining area, two bathrooms with bathtubs and outdoor showers, as well as a sun deck, outdoor dining area and infinity-style swimming pool.
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.
Though no beach in Thailand can technically claim to be private, Trisara's little cove is inaccessible from outside the resort and therefore as private as can be. In the dry season, when the ocean is serene and turquoise-clear, floating pavilions and a jetty are set up.
Trisara has a range of luxury motor yachts available for guests who wish to island-hop, cruise, or take an excursion, such as the Culinary Foraging Experience.
DDEN offers guests a unique way to record and preserve their trip via filming and photography services. The creative team works with you to create storytelling moments you can look back on for years to come.
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.
Each accommodation at Trisara boasts a private pool, but if you'd prefer to lounge beachside then there is also a larger resort swimming pool right next to the ocean. Located next to the bar and restaurants, you can drink and dine by the pool or in your own private cabana.
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 four to 16 will enjoy the wide array of indoor and outdoor activities available for them to join in on.
Guests who enjoy yoga and meditation can make use of the resort’s seafront yoga/meditation sala, shaded by coconut palms, on the edge of where the azure waters meet the soft white sand.
Trisara presents a stunning array of fine and vibrant dining options, w ith fresh catches from the nearby coastal waters at Seafood, light beachside di ning at The Deck, tasty cocktails at The Bar, as well as fine dining at PRU.
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.
PRU is the biggest jewel in Trisara's culinary crown, fronted by Chef Jimmy and boasting the title of Phuket's first and only Michelin-starred restaurant. Produce is grown and harvested from Pru Jampa, Trisara's own working farm, then expertly crafted into unique tasting menus. Think fresh, translucent-skinned tuna, tender bok choy, nasturtium petals and fresh dill seeds.
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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