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We supply all our bikes with 2 crash helmets (if required) and can deliver to you at your hotel, resort or villa rental etc. We generally prefer to have as much notice as possible for advance bookings but we can generally also cater for last minute bookings as well. All our motorbikes are well maintained and checked regularly. Please call us for any further information on the numbers below or use our quick contact below. We will always reply to your motorbike enquiry bookings within an hour of receiving the form. We require a copy of your passport and 1,000 baht deposit and we give you a full written rental agreement for the hire of the bikes. Simple to ride and extremely cheap to run and great for dodging through traffic. We will deliver and collect your bike to and from your accommodation. Rental periods can be from 4 days upwards. We offer a comprehensive service at competitive prices. We keep our bikes in top notch condition. You will need to supply a copy of your passport, pay a deposit and sign our rental form and you will be away! The law says you and any passengers must wear crash helmets and again without one, you can expect a similar fine. Roads are often full of potholes. Bumps so you need to be aware. There are many repair shops aroud the island if you have problems such as a flat tyre and they are generally very cheap.

Property for Sale -  50 Rooms hotel for sale, Rawai (ID: HR00860), Rawai Mueang Phuket Phuket - 57,000,000 BahtOf course, those high rates come with luxe ocean and spa pool suites. Those willing to pay even more can enjoy grandiose villas with more living space or two-bedroom suites with infinity pools. After the bang of a Burmese gong to announce guests’ appearance, heavy wooden doors swing open, and new arrivals are led out to a pavilion with incredible views of the Andaman Sea from Paresa’s cliff perch. Try not to swoon at the utterly one-of-a-kind vista. The resort’s motto is “heaven of all heavens,” and while nobody likes a braggart, it certainly backs up its self-label. First impressions matter, after all. Lounge by the infinity pool overlooking the Andaman Sea, take a cooking class or snag a reservation at Talung Thai, Paresa’s Thai and international restaurant that works to utilize local ingredients for its culinary creations. The Spa by Paresa includes a myriad of treatments, from manicures to 75-minute restorative facials. Even a visit to the gym is awe-inspiring here, as it has a cliffside perch overlooking the sea.

American travelers will recognize Benihana and its entertaining teppanyaki chefs serving up Japanese fare – another reminder this is a resort well-suited for families. Other great offerings include M Beach Club, an indoor-outdoor venue on the water featuring global cuisine, and Cucina, the JW Marriott’s Italian restaurant. Ginja Taste is the property’s go-to spot for Thai staples. The sprawling resort includes guest rooms, suites and villas. There are also several bars – including the swim-up Splash Pool Bar – with views of the Andaman Sea. Rates at the JW Marriott Phuket currently start at 15,092 Thai baht ($434) or 63,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night. Come for the pool villas and stay for the incredible views, activities and food. Some rooms even include direct access to the hotel’s Grand Premium Pool – another nice amenity for those traveling with kids. Trisara sits on Phuket’s northwest coast, a less-developed stretch of the island. The location is a draw for those craving a more off-the-beaten-path feel while still being close to everything Phuket offers (and only a 20-minute car ride to the airport).

It’s an even better deal when you see some of the points redemptions for this Marriott property. Guest rooms are spacious and feature stand-alone soaking tubs and garden views (or lagoon views if you pay a little more). Villas offer more privacy and seclusion than guest rooms. While the Renaissance’s pool and beach access are major perks, the property’s Quan Spa is arguably the biggest draw here. Private villas come with plunge pools, outdoor showers and (with a little upgrade) beachfront access. The massage treatments are top-notch, and the spa’s water garden and post-treatment tea service extend your rejuvenation well after the treatment is over. Rates at the Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa currently start at 10,420 Thai baht ($299) or 42,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night. You won’t have to set foot off the JW Marriott Phuket property after checking in, as this resort has just about everything you can imagine regarding food and activities. The JW Marriott comes with a whopping 10 restaurants and bars (plus the Cooking School by JW to finesse your own culinary skills).

Free photo hotel pool resortIt’s hard to go hungry at the InterContinental outpost. Start the day with breakfast by the sea at 333 At The Beach while teppanyaki cooking awaits guests at Tengoku. Those who need a little bit of rejuvenation after all that beaching and dining can make an appointment at the InterContinental’s Sati Spa. It offers monthly specials and package deals for treatments like 90-minute massages and 30-minute sea salt body scrubs. Contemporary Thai flavors beckon guests to Jaras, a stunning restaurant nestled among pine trees looking out upon Kamala Beach. It’s been a few years since TPG checked into The Naka Island, but this Luxury Collection property stands the test of time. Rates at the InterContinental Phuket Resort currently start at 9,404 Thai baht ($270) or 52,333 IHG One Rewards points per night. It’s only a 10-minute boat ride from Phuket‘s Ao Po Grand Marina, so if you want to be a little more removed from Phuket, this is the most convenient option on our list.

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