Royal Andaman Sea Villa

Royal Andaman Sea Villa

 

 

Less than two years after opening, Phulay Bay, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve has already dazzled international jetsetters. We hear that the luxury resort on Thailand’s Andaman Sea has just upped the level of luxury with the addition of the Royal Andaman Sea Villa.

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Complete with unobstructed sea views, the villa offers an infinity pool with hydro jets; indoor and outdoor bath facilities with rainforest showers; private gardens and a veranda with lounge beds; 1,300 square feet of indoor space and 5,000 square feet of outdoor space.

Undoubtedly the most exclusive villa onsite, VIPs who book a stay will be entitled to a wealth of added amenities. We love the 24-hour butler service and the daily breakfast for two, but we think the crème de la crème about a stay in this villa is the Andaman Sea island-hopping experience. Guests will have access to the hotel’s luxury yacht for one sailing per stay, which includes a Reserve gourmet picnic for two.

Villa residents will also have one Dining Beyond private dinner for two on the beach. Spa enthusiasts will love the 120-minute ESPA Ritual for two that is offered daily.

Something extra? The villa is outfitted with complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and complimentary local beverages in the minibar. Luxury travel advisors can reach out to Director of Sales and Marketing Roberta Pellacci ([email protected]; 011-66-2-260-6481) with special requests.

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