Rayavadee

Location: Phuket & Western Thailand | Thailand

Price guide: £££££ £350-£500 per person per night

On Thailand’s spectacular Phra Nang Peninsula, magnificent limestone cliffs peer down over the wonderful Rayavadee, a luxurious resort hidden away amongst acres of tropical gardens, coconut groves and unspoilt jungle, with Railay Beach (one of Thailand's most beautiful beaches) on its doorstep. 
Perfect forCouples, groups and families looking to make the most out of one of Thailand’s most stunning landscapes – whether that means enjoying the top-notch facilities of the resort, rock climbing or exploring off the beaten track on foot or by kayak.
In the knowLeaving the resort behind, pay a visit to Krabi's vibrant morning market or head to the idyllic island of Phi Phi.

Recommended for...

  • Family-friendly
  • Setting & Views
  • Beach
  • Eco-tourism

Hotel Overview

Where

Tucked away on southern Thailand’s blissful coastline, accessible only by speedboat.

Rooms at Rayavadee

The 96 two-storey pavilions are dotted across 26 acres of coconut groves and tropical gardens. Depending on the pavilion you choose, you’ll have an outdoor Jacuzzi or plunge pool, and plenty of spacious family pavilions are available. Five charming villas perch on the pristine shore, with three white sand beaches and the crystal clear waters of the Andaman Sea within touching distance. Perfect for a bit of a splurge.

Food & facilities

The Rayavadee’s four fabulous restaurants cater for all tastes, preparing anything from Western cuisine to traditional Thai. Get a table by the pool, enjoy a seafood barbecue down by the beach or, as the sun sets, sample a cocktail or two in the resort’s magical limestone cavern.

Activities at Rayavadee

At Rayavadee, you’ll find a million ways just to relax. The landscaped gardens surround a large lagoon-style infinity pool that gazes out across the sea, while the spa is one of the most unique in Thailand, offering an extensive range of therapies, treatments and massages influenced by ancient Thai healing traditions. For those after a different kind of therapy, there’s an on-site boutique shopping centre showcasing an amazing array of traditional crafts produced by artisans from the local area. Activities for children include tennis sessions, Thai cooking, arts and crafts and a garden discovery walk.

Venturing into the magical natural surroundings, hike or kayak through lush mangrove forests, try your hand at windsurfing, sailing or snorkelling, or even give its world-famous rock climbing a go.

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