AmanpuriWhere the Aman Story All Started
118 Srisoonthorn Rd, Cherngtalay, Thalang District, Phuket 83110, Thailand

US$ 1,241,820 ~ US$ 44,794,000

1 to 19 guests / 21 inventories
Check-in 14:00 / Check-out 12:00
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Beam projector, TV
  • Swimming pool
  • Tub (ex. Jacuzzi, Hinoki)
A Paradise Perched Among the Palm Trees
Amanpuri sits on its own little peninsula, overlooking the Andaman Sea along the west coast of Phuket from a luscious coconut tree forest. It is the first of Aman's properties to ever see the day and remains a tropical Thai paradise to this day with pristine white sand beaches, outstanding dining, and a fabulous Holistic Wellness Centre. The entire property in which the resort is nestled is a pocket of lush tropical vegetation, where idyllic sanctuaries blend with Thai tradition and timeless serenity.

Amanpuri has two sumptuous accommodation styles: Pavilions and Villas. The Pavilions are elegant and remarkably spacious with their oversized bathrooms and dressing areas. If you prefer something a little bit more secluded and private, the Villas are the perfect way to offer consummate privacy with villa hosts and private chef.

Amanpuri's experiences offering are really what makes it stand head and shoulder above the others. Whether hitting the turquoise waters of the Andaman Sea for some paddle-boarding, or some high-octane adventures, the facilities and equipment are all state-of-the-art. In addition, they can be enjoyed alone and as a family as well. Do you prefer something a little bit more relaxing? The Holistic wellness is a pillar of Amanpuri and an absolute must-try. Discover tailored treatments in Traditional Chinese Medicine, immerse yourself in Muay Thai, or receive a personalised fitness programme to enhance the body and enrich the spirit. Lastly, we guarantee that you will fall in love with global gourmet cuisine here. Amanpuri's family of restaurants invites guests on a gastronomic journey around the world, delving into the authentic culinary traditions of Thailand, Japan, and Italy.

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