"Sun-kissed beaches of glistening sand, coconut groves and pristine azure waters make up this Pearl of the Andaman."
Encircling the sparkling waters of a saltwater lagoon, Banyan Tree Phuket is an oasis of peace and tranquility located in the north west of Phuket on the shores of Bang Tao Bay.
An island paradise of golden sunsets and perfect moments, Phuket offers fine beaches, turquoise seas and warm sunny weather. Discover the romance and beauty of this island with Banyan Tree Phuket. This is a destination that showcases the island’s extraordinary beauty in a setting of award-winning architecture, built in harmony with nature. From planning a quiet retreat for two to occasions to remember with friends or family, the staff at Banyan Tree Phuket will put you at ease with their attentive service and traditional Asian hospitality.
Banyan Tree Phuket comprises 135 luxuriously appointed villas inspired by traditional Thai architecture. Every villa features a king-sized bed, spacious bedroom, his and hers dressing areas, open-air sunken bath and private landscaped garden. Amenities include mini-bar, tea and coffee-making facilities, hair dryer, in-villa safe, IDD telephone, LCD TV and DVD player with sound system.
Tee off against the mountains and the lagoon. A gateway to adventure, there is much to do on this island for the intrepid explorer. Swing through treetops on rope courses at Quest Laguna Phuket. Or simply ride the waves on a sailboat and dive deep into the colourful marine world. Calm your soul, uplift your spirits and soothe your mind at Banyan Tree Spa. Succumb to the workings of timeless techniques steeped in Asian traditions dating centuries back and let the subtle fragrance of Thai flowers coax you into deep reverie.
- Fitness centre
- Lap pool
- Freeform pool
- Steam room
- Thai cooking class
- Kids club
A pinch of spice, a dash of salt and a dollop of masterful artistry are all part of the eclectic dining experiences at Banyan Tree Phuket. Savour authentic Southeast Asian cuisine, from contemporary Thai dishes to Mediterranean specialities. With the wide range of dining options available at restaurants like Saffron, Watercourt and Tamarind, even the most discerning palate will be satisfied.
Phuket has a tropical monsoonal climate, with the rainy season beginning earlier than in northern Thailand, starting in May but generally ending late October. Apart from the period between mid-September and mid-October when the rain falls steadily, most monsoon days are rain-free save for showers in the afternoon. The best months to visit Phuket are from November to February, when temperatures are comfortable, skies are clear and blue and humidity is low. This is the high season, with the majority of visitors coming over for the Christmas and New Year period.
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"Thailand's largest island is great for beaches, but true Thai life lies beyond the busy resorts."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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