Phuket offers you a wide range of property options. Condos that are at the top end of accommodation can be purchased. The condos are divided into luxury, high-end, mid-range and entry-level condos. At the prime locations, you can invest in some luxury condos. These condos offer a good sea view. The luxury condos offer more privacy. These are also situated close to the beach. Managed by professional companies they also have a gym and a poolside. These are managed professionally and have a common pool and a gym. The mid-range condos are located close to the beach but do not offer an ocean view. Most of them buy it as a second home, which is then rented out to the tourists. The condos are used as an investment by local as well as foreign buyers. These condos can be booked for a short or long stay based on their popularity and facilities provided. The condos come with spacious bedrooms with a partial view of the sea. It could also have a pool. Each condo usually has a lobby, kitchen, 24-hour security and a property management on site. This place offers a resort-like experience along with the quality of international standards. The buyer gets to pick some of the best condos located at exotic locations all at a good price.
The sea and the swimming pools are warm all year round, about 30˚C, so swimming is always possible. Booking a hotel with a nice swimming pool is a great way to enjoy a good swim. On the bright side, the island is more peaceful, has fewer traffic jams, and the beaches are all yours. A relaxed afternoon with a drink by the water. With a 50-50 % chance of rain, we recommend enjoying the beach whenever the sun shines and keeping the island exploration for cloudy or even rainy days. Besides, the cooler temperatures make it more comfortable to walk around without sweating. The sea can be rough, so respect the flags and pick a hotel with a nice pool and a spa, and you will have a fantastic holiday. And as always, spa treatments and shopping malls are the first places that come to mind to spend an occasional wet day. Q.9 °C (87.62°F) during the day and 27.8 °C (82.04°F) at night. Phuket is warm all year long, so pack very light as you will probably only wear t-shirts, skirts and short pants most of the days. You also can easily buy any clothing you may have forgotten at the local market. Just remember to call your hotel spa as soon as it rains if you wish to enjoy a treatment because many guests in your hotel will probably have the same idea! Maybe take an umbrella. A very light raincoat.
We do recommend leaving your villa for a romantic dinner on the beach which you can plan through the resort’s Dining by Design feature. Guests can taste the world at Anantara Mai Khao. Enjoy Mediterranean cuisine at Sea.Fire.Salt. Thai food at La Sala. Want to take a taste of Anantara Mai Khao home? The restaurant’s Tiffin by La Sala menu even features Indian-influenced fare, while Tree House (named for its location around an old Banyan tree) serves up Japanese counter-style dining. Book a cooking class at the resort’s Spice Spoons cooking school, so you can play chef even when vacation is over. Rates at Anantara Mai Khao currently start at 48,246 Thai baht ($1,386) per night. True relaxation is the name of the game at Paresa, which is on a cliff on Phuket‘s western coast. This location along Kamala Beach is known as “Millionaire’s Row,” and the resort’s nightly rates certainly reflect the moniker.
A concierge curates treatment schedules in this 180-minute wellness ritual. You might need another wellness ritual after working through the dining lineup at Phulay Bay – there is a lot to sample. East meets West at Jampoon, which serves international cuisine with a Thai twist. At the 22-seat Lae Lay, which has a more intimate environment, guests can enjoy seafood alongside sea views. Snag a spot at the Chef’s Table to be at the center of the culinary action. Classic Thai cuisine is on the menu at Sri Trang. Rates at Phulay Bay, Ritz-Carlton Reserve, currently start at 29,333 Thai baht ($842) or 120,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night. A wellness getaway with some private time doesn’t always have to make a massive dent in your wallet. The Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa offers a little bit of everything (including a surprising degree of seclusion, as TPG discovered when we checked it out back in 2021) for a value compared to other resorts.
The reasonable prices (and points redemption availability) make this property a winner among travelers craving a little more seclusion at a value. Shortly after guests step off the pier, they are greeted with two bangs of a large brass gong – once to honor the spirit of a dragon that legend says once roamed the island (and to make sure it looks after guests) and a second time for guests to make a wish. The villas are nestled into the jungle, offering more privacy. High walls and greenery envelop each villa for yet another dose of secluded bliss. From there, it is onto a luxurious island stay. The villas come with an earthy design relying on stone and wood. Depending on how much you want to spend, some villas even come with private pools, sea views and beachfront access. The bathrooms have an indoor-outdoor layout with alfresco soaking tubs. Dining options at the hotel are extensive, from the vast morning breakfast buffet at Tonsai to Australian meats and Phuket lobster at My Grill.