Hotels in Phuket
There’s no shortage of hotels in Phuket, whether you’re looking for beaches, privacy, amenities, and – it’s okay to admit it even on vacation – WiFi. For family-friendly boarding, Trisara is one of the best hotels in Phuket. From individual rooms to six-bed residences, in addition to infinity pools and a separate kids pavilion, there’s something at this resort for everyone. For a boutique-style stay, the Aleenta Report & Spa is just 20 minutes from the Phuket International Airport. It’s one of the hotels in Phuket that can boast about being a short trip away from the Blue Canyon Golf Course and ever-beautiful Phang Nga Bay. The accommodations are top tier and include luxurious private spaces and beachfront views. Anantara Si Kao Resort & Spa is certainly one of the hotels in Phuket that doesn’t hold back. If you’re traveling with one or seven, the resort offers pool suites, family rooms, restaurants, a private island beach, a kids’ club, and excursions to nearby islands.
Destination Spa Spa-obsessed jet-setters, take note: Six Senses has brought the best of Southeast Asia’s healing arts to a speck of land off Phuket’s eastern coast. A 26-acre retreat houses four individual spas—yes, four—each dedicated to Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, or Thai traditions.
For its first Phuket property, Anantara eschewed bare-bones minimalism in favor of a fresh take on classic Thai aesthetics.
Beachside resort with lagoon-style pools and a shuttle to Patong Beach.
Room to Book: Deluxe Ocean View rooms have private balconies.
Doubles from $344.
Southern Phuket’s Rawai Beach is alive with fishing boats, catamarans, and seafood vendors, and the 78-suite Outrigger Serenity Terraces Resort is the ideal place to watch the bustling scene.
This tropical resort on the Andaman Sea is about as far “away from it all” as possible, with 64 acres and a private island. 260 rooms make up the location, from small studios to a two-bedroom suite on Andaman Cove.
With 70 expansive two-, three- and four-bedroom bi-level villas outfitted with lustrous wood furnishings, the lushly landscaped property is a bit like bunking at a second home. Naturally, creature comforts include Wi-Fi, a ceramic cooktop, and a washer—but why waste your days doing laundry?
While “Destination weddings” are held all around the world, this resort on the Andaman Sea aims to provide a uniquely Phuket destination where couples can tie the knot against a tropical backdrop.
Indigo Pearl’s rough-hewn aesthetic was inspired by its past: architect Bill Bensley (who also worked on the Four Seasons Koh Samui, left) played upon the site’s history as a tin mine when he retrofitted the 277-room property with polished-concrete floors, steel beams, and machinery-inspired scul
An elegant property that welcomes children, on the secluded Mai Khao Beach; the 3 restaurants were renovated in 2009.
Most of Phuket's high-end properties are hermetically sealed temples to luxury, tucked behind gates with little daily interaction with non-guests. That's what makes the Dusit Thani so refreshing.
Phuket Island’s northwestern coast is home to this villa resort near Bang Tao Bay. Small-scale, modern buildings influenced by local architecture make up the accommodations.
Phuket's Amanpuri is the very first Amanresorts property and, perhaps, the loveliest. Guests may book one of 40 rooms or 30 villas and dine in either of the 2 restaurants before hitting the property's bar. Villas come with a private pool, a driver, a gardener and two maids.