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The Most Romantic Hotels in Phuket You Will Fall In Love With

Phuket has long been a favourite choice for couples, especially those on honeymoon due to its breathtaking stretches of coastline, with plenty sun, and some of Thailand’s finest hotels and spas. These luxury honeymoon hotels in Phuket deliver romance in abundance, with private plunge pools, outdoor showers, first-rate service, and exclusive access to the island’s most thrilling activities.


Amanpuri

With its quiet hillside position amongst the coconut palms on Phuket’s west coast, Amanpuri’s name means “place of serenity” in Sanskrit. Guest pavilions feature pointed roofs influenced by the architecture of Ayutthaya, Siam’s historic capital, and honeymoon-friendly facilities such as private pools, tranquil patios, and vistas of the Andaman Sea.

Lovers may begin their relaxing vacation with a Royal Thai Massage at the Spa, followed by an afternoon spent relaxing on the secluded, white-sand beach or the infinity pool, where tea is offered in the late afternoon. Numerous dining options, water activities such as standup paddleboarding and kayaking, and a library with 1,000 novels make it easy to stay put, but world-class scuba diving, five golf courses, and 30 Buddhist temples also offer more than enough excursions around the island.


Paresa

At this five-star resort in the Kamala Hills, it is likely that you will never want to leave your room – the suites boast sunshine-filled terraces with four-poster loungers, outdoor bathrooms, and private pools with views of the Andaman Sea. You can learn how to make traditional Thai food, roll sushi, or satisfy your sugar craving during a chocolate baking lesson at the resort’s Recipe cooking academy.

The Spa features five double-treatment rooms with balconies overlooking the ocean created mostly for couples, while the resort’s three restaurants situated cliffside all offer outdoor dining perfectly positioned to watch the sunset.  Paresa can also prepare a romantic lunch for two on a remote beach or on the balcony of your room.


Keemala

Keemala, located in the rainforest away from the beach throngs, is an excellent alternative for nature-loving couples—from two-level treehouses to safari-style tents, rooms maximize their natural outdoor environment with spacious décor, outdoor bathrooms, and plunge pools. For a completely unique experience, book one of Keemala’s eight Bird’s Nest Villas, which are located on the hillside and feature private lap pools, monsoon showers, and king-sized canopy beds. 

For a completely unique experience, book one of Keemala’s eight Bird’s Nest Villas, which are located on the hillside and feature private lap pools, monsoon showers, and king-sized canopy beds.  The hotel emphasizes wellbeing, including meditation classes, purifying spa treatments, and unlimited jungle hikes for guests. Diners may choose from a “Healthy Living Cuisine” menu of raw, macrobiotic, and slow cooked selections at both the main restaurant and the poolside bar, and may polish their cooking talents at the hotel’s culinary school. Keemala also provides a complimentary transfer to and from Kamala Beach, ensuring that tourists receive plenty of time on the sand.


Rosewood Phuket

The 71 pavilions and villas at Rosewood Phuket, nestled on the island’s southwest coast, find inspiration from the green tropical surroundings with touches including bathrooms with outdoor bathtubs, sliding floor-to-ceiling windows, and oceanview terraces with daybeds and personal infinity pools. There are various culinary options with a number of restaurants, a vast stretch of beautiful, secluded beaches, and a spa that incorporates herbs picked directly on the grounds in its treatments.

A private voyage along Phuket’s coastline, a trek to waterfalls in Si Phang Nga National Park, and an excursion to historic Phuket old town to explore the colonial-style homes may all be arranged by the hotel.


Trisara

The villas in this secluded cove on the island’s northwest coast feature private plunge pools, Jacuzzi tubs, and panoramic views as standard. Visitors can swim laps in the salt-water pool that spans down the coconut-palmed lined beach, take a private Muay Thai Boxing class, or snorkel just off the resort’s beach at Koh Wego, a rock formation covered by a coral reef.

Once the sunsets,  Seafood at Trisara provides Thai cuisine influenced by local ingredients, and Pru restaurant serves farm-to-table, multi-course feasts. Alternatively, you may hire a personal chef to set up a private BBQ for two on the pool deck of your suite.

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KeiKei is a London-based award-winning journalist and videographer with a degree in Broadcast Media and Journalism from the University of the West of Scotland and an extensive reporting background in news, entertainment, travel, and lifestyle.

KeiKei has travelled the globe interviewing, reporting and reviewing. Her work has been published in worldwide media outlets including, The New York Post, The Guardian, The Mirror, The Daily Mail, National Geographic and Conde Nast publications.

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