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Thailand Accommodation

    Bangkok & Kanchanaburi

    • Anantara Bangkok Riverside is a welcome addition to the Bangkok hotel scene and is a resort style luxury hotel located right on the Chao Praya River. One of its best features is the setting in 11 acres of peaceful, verdant tropical gardens making it an oasis from the bright lights of the buzzing Thai capital.

    • The Banyan Tree Bangkok is one of the tallest and most stylish luxury hotels in the Thai capital, with fabulous panoramic views over the city. It combines the old world charm of Thailand with the elegant and understated sophistication synonymous with the Banyan Tree brand.


    • Nestled on a ridgetop overlooking the world famous River Kwai in Thailand’s Kanchanaburi province, this unique tented camp is located at Hellfire Pass on the same site as the World War 2 Japanese military-based camp. It is also close to the Hellfire Pass Museum where you can read the true story of the Thai-Burma Railway and its construction by allied prisoners of war.

    • A very cool and hip design hotel with an excellent location on the doorstep of the shopping, restaurants and bars of vibrant Siam Square and within walking distance of Jim Thompson’s house and nearby MBK shopping and entertainment complex. Siam @ Siam is a great option for those looking to be in the heart of it all.

    • The Metropolitan is Bangkok’s premier address for those seeking a fashionable, ultra-modern and hip destination. Located on South Sathorn road, the Metropolitan is a short taxi ride to the shopping of Siam Square or the nightlife and restaurants on Silom Road. 

    • One of Bangkok’s best known hotels, The Peninsula's reputation for the finest quality and excellent service is consistently well-deserved. Located on the banks of the Chao Praya river, it enjoys uninterrupted views across the lifeline of this busy city. Use the hotel’s own teakwood barge service to hop between the Peninsula and nearby shopping complexes or the closest skytrain station.

    • The award winning Sukhothai is the antithesis of the many high rise chain hotels which dominate Bangkok’s skyline and is the epitome of taste, elegance and luxury. It is set in four understated low-rise buildings tucked away in six hectares of lush tropical gardens in a peaceful setting which is a real oasis within the city, yet still convenient for exploring the bustling Thai capital.  Elegant corridors and quiet pathways link the different wings and lead to Bangkok’s largest swimming pool. With its polished wood furnishings, tasteful fabrics and traditional Thai Lanna style roofs, immaculate gardens and tranquil water features The Sukhothai is effortlessly classic and chic which is enticingly mixed with an appealing modern Thai style.


    Hua Hin & Cha Am

    • Located on the quiet beach at Pranburi, just South of Hua Hin, the Aleenta was the first of Thailand's two Aleenta properties and is an individual, unique and truly boutique hideaway. The emphasis here is on relaxation and getting away from it all. The rooms do not have televisions (although all include yoga mats and iPods) and the resort is located on a secluded stretch of coastline. There are several categories of rooms, all slightly different and the property is ideal for those who shun the luxury and facilities of a larger resort in search of something more personal and more intimate. As soon as you enter the lobby, the feeling is more relaxed and homely than that of a traditional resort.

    • The stylish Hotel De La Paix is located in Cha Am, a low key seaside town close to the popular resort of Hua Hin, just a two hour drive south of Bangkok. The hotel is set on a long stretch of beach overlooking the Gulf of Thailand and offers an easily accessible hideaway for those not wanting to fly to Thailand's islands. It is ideal for a relaxing, pampering sojourn at the beginning or the end of an itinerary to Thailand or Indochina.

    Koh Kood

    • Seen from above Soneva Kiri appears as a scattering of white canopies punctuating the emerald green of the jungle, curving around a gentle bay filled with impossibly blue water and gleaming white sand. Reached by private plane from Bangkok, Koh Kood is the Thailand of old, peaceful beaches, untamed jungle and smiling fishermen peacefully going about their business.

    Koh Samui & Koh Phangan

    • Located in the serene Fisherman’s Cove at Bo Phut on the island of Koh Samui, Anantara is the perfect secluded hideaway. The resort is built in traditional Southern Thai style and boasts opulent furnishings as well as a luxurious and elegant spa.  

    • Anantara Lawana nestles at the very northern end of Chaweng beach on Koh Samui - far enough from the hustle and bustle of this busy area to be a tranquil oasis, yet close enough for guests to take advantage of the many shops, restaurants and bars Chaweng has to offer.

    • You have probably been to Koh Phangan before, as part of the well-trod backpacker trail and the hot, intoxicating Full Moon parties that were a rite of passage. Full Moon parties still take place on Haad Rin Beach, some 30 minutes away but this is an altogether more refined affair, where chilled cocktails and stylish private pool villas are the order of the day – a much more sophisticated option than warm beer and sleeping on the sand!

    • There are many beachfront, luxury resorts on Koh Samui, and indeed in Thailand, but every now and again you come across one which seems to epitomise everything you would expect from a fabulous retreat in the ‘land of smiles’. The Banyan Tree Samui is just such a place. Set into the hillside, the resort commands exceptional views over the sapphire waters of Lamai Bay which lap the pristine white sands of the beach below.

    • Belmond Napasai is a charming boutique property with understated elegance and splashes of Thai flavour, located on a private beach with a swathe of villas lying along the beach front and sneaking up the hillside behind. 

    • Situated on one of Koh Samui’s most picturesque and secluded beaches, Mai Samui is a stylish hideaway that we think is perfect for couples and young families. The resort is set on the north west coast, well away from the hustle and bustle of the more developed parts of the island, yet still accessible enough to venture out on excursions, visit local restaurants or enjoy some of Samui’s excellent shopping. Boh Phuts quaint Fisherman’s Village is just a short taxi ride away and there is an excellent golf course within easy reach.

    • Melati Beach Resort is another Turquoise favourite, perfect for both couples and families it’s certainly one of Koh Samui’s hidden gems. It enjoys a secluded beachfront setting at unspoiled Thongson Bay on Samui’s northern-most tip, just 10 minutes from the airport and within easy reach of the island’s lively Chaweng Beach area as well as the renowned Bo Phut Fisherman’s Village, with its many shops and restaurants. Koh Samui (Thailand’s third largest island and one of its original island destinations) is located in the Gulf of Thailand, off the country’s east coast, and is easily accessible via direct flights from Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.

    • The only resort on the serene Hanuman Bay, Outrigger is a true hideaway yet also within easy reach of the renowned night life and restaurants of Fisherman’s Village or Chewang Beach.

    • SALA Samui is a great option for honeymooners and couples looking for a romantic, luxurious and peaceful retreat. It is located on a quiet stretch of beach in Choeng Mon, a scenic and low key area in the north-east of Koh Samui, just 15 minutes from the airport. This part of the island offers an ideal escape with easy access to the bars and nightlife of Chaweng Beach or the restaurants at the quaint Bo Phut Fishermans Village, both just a short taxi ride away.

    • Santiburi Beach Resort, a member of the exclusive ‘Leading Hotels of the World’ group, is located on a 300 metre private swimming beach in Mae Nam Bay on the north coast of Koh Samui, just 15 minutes from Samui Airport and 5 minutes from Bo Phut fisherman’s village with its many shops, restaurants and bars. The resort offers 71 luxurious Suites and Villas set within 23 acres of exotic palm filled gardens. Perfect for both honeymooners and families looking for secluded luxury within easy reach of local life.

    • It feels like a million miles from anywhere, peaceful and secluded with some of the most jaw-dropping views over the Gulf of Siam we have seen. In true Six
      Senses style it has a real feel of rustic luxe but there is absolutely no compromise on the luxury element, the blend is just perfect.

    • If you crave the intimacy and charm of a boutique family-run establishment then look no further than the truly enchanting Zazen.

    Krabi & Koh Lanta

    • This lovely adults only resort spills throughout beautiful gardens onto vast swathe of white sand beach on the island of Koh Lanta. Set within the Mu Koh Lanta National Park – a breath-taking marine archipelago that is home to luxuriant tropical rainforests and an underwater world splashed rainbow-bright with colourful coral and a hugely rich diversity of marine creatures.  

    • There is something really quite special about Pimalai, the name translates from the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit as ‘little patch of heaven’ and it goes without saying that the location is idyllic. Koh Lanta is a very peaceful place, a natural island with a quiet charm that is thankfully still largely unspoiled with beautiful beaches and soaring emerald green mountains but it is more than this that makes Pimalai so extraordinary. We think it’s the luxury of somewhere very special that manages to be very unique and exclusive but without any of the fuss. Overlooking beautiful Kantiang Bay and surrounded by native forest, this well laid out and low-rise resort sits absolute beachfront and then clambers into the hills behind. Access to the resort is from the mainland jetty by launch – all adding to the sense of exclusivity. 

    • If your expectation of a beach escape in Thailand involves giant sun-kissed limestone karsts rising majestically from the ocean and white sand beaches encircling jungle clad hillsides, then Rayavadee might just be the place for you. Although theoretically located on the mainland, the resort is dotted across a beautiful peninsula and only accessible by boat.

    • Tubkaak translates as ‘home for visitors’ and in a hidden corner of Thailand, facing an archipelago of islands that rise dramatically from the Andaman Sea, this little known resort is set against a backdrop of fine white sand and aquamarine waters.

    Northern Thailand

    • Simply one of Northern Thailand’s most elegant, stylish and luxurious hotels, the Anantara Chiang Mai combines the facilities of a luxury hotel with a highly convenient location, just a five minute walk from the famous Night Market. The site itself was home to the former British Consulate and thus enjoys one of Chiang Mai’s prime locations, on the banks of the Mae Ping River. The main Consulate building dates back to the 1920’s and has been integrated into the hotel – it is now the location of the stylish restaurant, whose leather chairs and colonial style afternoon tea are designed to recreate the British club feel.

    • Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle are located in Thailand’s far north and for many years a region shrouded in mystery. The ‘golden triangle’ is where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar (Burma) collide and undoubtedly boasts some of the most dramatic scenery anywhere in the country.  

    • Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai is to be seen to be believed!  Spread over 60 acres of natural landscapes the resort is a self-contained world incorporating serene paddy fields and exotic plantations set around luxurious accommodation designed in tribute to the history of the region and featuring a collection of antiques adding to the grand feel of the property! Located on the outskirts of the Chiang Mai and just 15 minutes from the airport this opulent resort offers 54 stunning Colonial Suites and 64 sumptuous duplex teakwood Villas as well as 5 residences for private parties up to 12 people.

    • Located 30 minutes from Thailand’s cultural capital, Chiang Mai in the Mae Rim Valley, the location of the Four Seasons is perfect for a rural Thai escape with access to all the highlights of northern Thailand. 

    • A stay at Lanjia Lodge offers a unique opportunity to live amongst the Hmong Villages in a community based lodge in Chiang Rao Province in northern Thailand. Offering dramatic views of the Mekong Valley and Laos, the lodge is building in complete harmony with the lush green environment as well as the Hmong and Lahu villages in which it is located.

    • Inspired by the design of a beautiful Lanna temple, the Rachamankha is a haven of tranquillity in the midst of Chiang Mai’s old town.  

    • Located in the heart of Chiang Mai, Thailand’s cultural hub, Tamarind Village is a charming and unique Lanna-style boutique property.  Found at the end of an inviting bamboo lined driveway just off one of the main streets that runs through the walled old town of the city, the resort is typically northern Thai architecturally set around a series of garden courtyards.  One of the courtyards is home to a 200-year-old Tamarind tree from which the resort takes its name.

    Phuket, Khao Lak & Islands

    • The stylish Aleenta in Phang Nga is a sister property to the popular Aleenta in Pranburi. With its ultra-modern design, the Phang Nga property is perhaps sleeker than her Pranburi counterpart and is a truly chic option. Located on the mainland at Phang Nga, the Aleenta is around a half an hour drive North from Phuket airport in an area which is yet to become as highly developed as Phuket itself. There are a few other resorts nearby but this is mainly a relatively secluded location.

    • With a secluded location in the north of the island we love the very tranquil and utterly romantic aura that pervades the Anantara Phuket Villas – if you are looking to avoid Phuket’s sometimes loud, brash, busy persona then this may just be the place for you.

    • Just an hour from Phuket airport, located in the heart of Khao Lak along a lovely long stretch of golden sand beach, Casa de La Flora comprises 36 contemporary slate-grey cube villas. A member of Design Hotels Casa De La Flora can best be described as a modernist hideaway, with unusual cutting edge cubist architecture, uber contemporary minimalist design and a must for technology lovers with everything from room service, tours and wake up calls all at a click of a button on your apple tv.

    • Inspired by the African safari camps Elephant Hills is the first luxury camp of its kind in Thailand. Set in two locations – the original camp has 30 tents in a stunning position with expansive views of the jungle and river below, while the Rainforest Camp offers 10 tents set on a floating platform on Cheow Larn Lake – for the ultimate experience we recommend a night in each.  

    • One of Thailand's little known hideaways, the Haadson lies in a quiet and secluded part of Khao Lak. With only 39 rooms, the atmosphere here is intimate and peaceful. The resort is situated on the beach and has its own island, which forms a key part of the grounds. Haadson has 19 stand-alone villas which are situated on the island itself.  

    • Located on the island of Phuket, just ten minutes from the airport, the award-winning Indigo Pearl is just minutes from the white sands of Nai Yang Beach. Designed by Bensley Design Studios and inspired by Phuket’s tin mining past, Indigo Pearl’s architecture and décor combines mining themes with Thai chic giving the resort a truly unique, quirky and fun feel.

    • The Paradise Koh Yao Boutique Beach Resort & Spa is a peaceful hideaway on the small island of Koh Yao just 40 minutes by speedboat from Phuket.  The resort boasts a 400 metre private white sand beach, against a backdrop of towering limestone cliffs and lush tropical rainforest giving it a wonderfully remote desert island feel, ideal for romantic honeymooners or families looking for a ‘castaway’ experience. The island of Koh Yao is found in the iconic Phang Nga Bay, famous for its unique limestone formations, called hongs, and its pristine beaches. Watch the James Bond movie "The Man with the Golden Gun" or "The Beach" starring Leonardo DiCaprio to get a taste of the bay and its picturesque scenery. 

    • With spectacular views and exceptional service, Paresa is simply stunning. Extending out dramatically from the sculptured cliff tops of Kamala, Paresa is a secluded retreat within easy access of the sleepy Kamala fishing village or the lively Patong Beach.

    • SALA Phuket Resort and Spa is a fantastic choice for honeymooners and those simply looking for a luxurious retreat to indulge in some serious pampering and well-earned R&R. Set on Phuket’s pristine Mai Khao beach on the north-west coast, SALA enjoys one of the islands best locations thanks to its proximity to many of Phuket’s attractions. It is just a short drive from the airport and many of the island marinas which are used to access Phang Nga Bay’s beautiful limestone islands, not to mention an easy drive north to Khao Lak or south to enjoy the bright lights and nightlife of the islands famous southern beaches, Patong, Karon and Kata. Mai Khao beach itself is a national park and protected turtle nesting site, so the handful of resorts located here are set a few meters back from the beach to avoid light pollution disturbing the turtles. 

    • There is a distinct feel of the ‘Jungle Book’ meets ‘Castaway’ about Six Senses Yao Noi and if Mowgli was all grown-up, and looking for a luxurious, sensuous retreat, this is most definitely where he would come! Resting in the ocean halfway between Phuket and Krabi, amongst the iconic limestone shards of Phang Nga Bay, getting there is all part of the experience. It’s just a 45 minute boat transfer from Phuket or 20 minutes by speedboat from Krabi.

    • Sri Panwa sits in a lofty position around 50 metres above the sea on Cape Panwa peninsula on the south-eastern tip of Phuket boasting panoramic views of the Andaman Sea and the surrounding islands.  This luxury pool villa resort is set within 40 acres of lush, tropical gardens offering privacy and seclusion for the 52 Pool Villas (ranging from 1 - 5 bedrooms), with a further 7 Pool Suites that can be found in the main central hub of the resort, which also offers a pool, bar, restaurant and even a nightclub! 

    • The Pavilions in Phuket is a stunning Relais & Chateux all villa property, located only minutes from the acclaimed Laguna Phuket Resort and conveniently situated just 10 minutes from the airport. The resort is set back from the beach on a hilltop, providing some of the best views over the stunning Andaman Sea coastline and the lush green valleys of Phuket.

    • The Racha offers exclusive luxury on its tiny island paradise.  Nestled in a picture perfect bay with a beautiful white sand beach and clear turquoise water – its location really is quite exquisite.   The island of Koh Racha is just 40 minutes by speedboat from the marina on Phuket.

    • This truly elegant, Thai-style resort is a secluded tropical retreat, offering undisturbed privacy and a very warm welcome on a pristine swathe of beach.

    • The Shore is a pool villa resort set against the soft white sands of Kata Noi beach in the far south of the island.

    • Overlooking one of the best beaches in Thailand, with a backdrop of rolling jungle-clad hills, this charming resort is as distinctive in its setting as it is in its design. The tranquil and secluded white sand of Pansea Bay, washed by the clear warm turquoise water of the Andaman Sea, is the stuff of dreams… whilst the architecturally designed cottages and suites of The Surin are some of the most sought after on Phuket!

    • Zeavola is the only luxury resort on the beautiful island of Phi Phi. Located on a secluded stretch of white sand beach on the northern tip of the island, away from the main touristy areas, Zeavola is the perfect getaway to relax and recharge.