akyra Beach Club Phuket
There is always something a little exciting about discovering a new holiday resort that you just know is going to be a huge hit. And the akyra Beach Club in Phuket is a sensational example of this! It’s an exciting concept that works beautifully; a chic, hip beach club located on the very best strip of the stunning Natai Beach in Thailand with a chilled out vibe and a very, very luxurious slant. Designed to lift the spirit and calm the soul, akyra Beach Club Phuket sits right by the pristine sands of Natai Beach on Thailand’s enigmatic sunset coast just 20 minutes north of Phuket International Airport. akyra Beach Club Phuket offers guests modern luxury, fitting with the expectations of high-end travelers of nowadays.
This unique and fashioned beach resort offers 58 luxurious rooms, suites and swoon-worthy villas, complemented by an array of generous in-room comforts and myriad facilities. The resort’s integrated Beach Club is an attractive waterfront venue that hosts exceptional weddings and events, plus regular theme parties and delectable Beach BBQ. Whether it’s a romantic island escape for two, a mates’ escape to paradise or a family retreat, akyra Beach Club Phuket ticks all the beachside boxes.
The resort includes 58 rooms, with 42 rooms and suites and 16 unique and rather special villas. All rooms are spacious and include either a large private balcony or garden terrace. Rooms sizes vary from 40 sqm Garden Rooms to 46-50 sqm Deluxe Suites and 50-60 sqm Garden Villas, up to 53 sqm Seaview Villas with the fabulous Beachfront Two Bedroom Villas being a huge 125 sqm. All rooms offer state-of-the-art facilities and include free Wi-Fi, safe, exclusive natural Ayurah bath amenities, plush luxury towels, LCD large-screen TV with cable TV, individually adjusted air-conditioning, natural cotton bathrobes and slippers, a fully stocked mini-bar and tea and coffee making facilities.
Meander through tropical gardens to find your secluded suite or luxury villa. Where floor to ceiling glass windows let in the breathtaking views of palm trees, white sandy beaches and blue skies. Chill out on your very own private balcony or terrace with cocktails created by akyra’s master mixologist or walk into the waves for an adventurous surfing session. Wellness is at the heart of akyra Beach Club Phuket with daily yoga on the beach, sun drenched spa Sala for obligatory massages by the sea, juices and net-fresh seafood sourced by neighbouring fishing villages.
The beach club is an altogether fabulous part of the resort which also includes two panoramic sea-view restaurants with a cuisine which is a mixture of Thai and international, a swimming pool, function room for up to 100 people, a well-equipped gym and a wonderful beach spa. With sophisticated, Thai influenced design throughout, beautiful tropical gardens and of course it’s beachfront location, you really feel as though you’ve stumbled across a little piece of heaven. This Thailand’s best-kept secret, akyra Beach Club Phuket, is definitely a place for laid back afternoon chill out sessions, cool vibes, sunset cocktails by the pool and a DJ playing down tempo beats in the background. Think cocktails served at poolside cabana, whilst the sun goes down and the music picks up. Dine overlooking the stunning Natai Beach, where the only footprints in the sand may well be your own.
Adventurous guests can enjoy additional amenities the property offers or can arrange, including: scenic scuba dives, speedboat journeys to the iconic Phi Phi Islands, golfing and more to get out into the iconic surrounding scenery of Phuket and off the property. For those happy to remain onsite, Yoga workshops on the beach are fresh and inspired, while drawing on ancient Thai wellness practices. However the resort is located in the Phang Nga province, this latter is one of Thailand’s most intriguing regions. Located in southern Thailand and bordering Phuket Province, Phang Nga offers a respite from the big-city life that is found in Bangkok and other major Thai cities. While spending time here, you will have the chance to see a different side of the country. Breathtaking beaches, awe-inspiring landmarks and cultural and historical treasures help create a magical setting that will enhance your visit. You are sure to get the most out of your holiday in Phang Nga when you visit these attractions.
Natai beach is dubbed the “Hamptons” of Phuket and this property leads the way in barefoot luxury; we’ve no doubt that the akyra Beach Club is the place to be seen. Truly immerse yourself in your surroundings by borrowing one of the hotel bikes to explore the coast or plan a scuba diving trip complete with leopard sharks and ancient shipwrecks. Island hop to the legendary Phang Nga Bay or Ko Phi Phi for the ultimate beach experience. Phang Nga is one of Thailand’s southern provinces, leading out to the stunning Andaman Sea. Think lush green forests, mangroves and glistening white sand. One of its most popular attractions is James Bond Island in Phang Nga Bay on the east side. This is actually easier to visit from Phuket or Krabi, though it’s still officially part of this region. Whatever takes your fancy akyra Beach Club Phuket will be sure to lift your spirit and calm your soul, ticking all the right beachside boxes for a memorable getaway. The Beach Club is just 20 minutes north of Phuket International Airport so in no time at all you can be kitted out in your finest swimwear, shades on, shoes off, lounging on your sun lounger, with, of course, champagne in hand.
The team at akyra Beach Club Phuket has put together cornucopia of astounding activities and attractions to make sure the guests make the most of their precious vacation time. The resort’s fabulous facilities, personalized service culture and stunning coastal locations offer a rare combination of creative pursuits and natural wonders. Whether you’re travelling solo, dialing up the romance, or gathering as a group their daily experience schedule offers the chance to get active and adventurous, learn new skills, and lose yourself in memorable moments. You can plan an action-packed stay in advance, or be spontaneous, go with the flow and just let the mood take you. Dive into the ocean, explore the mangroves, go local, or simply breathe in the beauty of the beach. It’s your holiday lifestyle and akyra lets you live it to the max.
A beach break at akyra is all about the great outdoors and out schedule of sporty pursuits offers the chance to stretch and flex your body, borrow resort’s bike for free for a cycling tour along the coast of Natai or take on a few physical challenges and head home feeling good about yourself.
Your stay at akyra Beach Club Phuket offers the chance to experience something you have never tried. You can learn new skills, sample unique, fun activities either on your own, or with friends old and new.
akyra Beach Club Phuket is located in one of Thailand’s most breathtaking natural areas. Explore the surroundings on land and at sea as you dive into adventure and enjoy uplifting new experiences.
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Phi Phi Island is Thailand’ superstar
If you are planning to go to Phuket, from Thai boxing and ornate temples to world-class diving, excellent beaches and a vibrant nightlife, this tiny island packs a major punch. Whether you prefer to spend your time at a tranquil resort hotel in Phuket or long to experience the most outrageous nightlife you will ever encounter at Patong Beach or to enjoy an heaven on earth like the Phi Phi Island, the Land of Smiles has something for everyone. Phi Phi Island is Thailand’s island-superstar. It’s been in the movies. It’s the topic of conversation for travelers all over Thailand. For some, it’s the only reason to touchdown in Phuket. Even with all the hype, it doesn’t disappoint. Phi Phi’s beauty is a large chunk of the allure. The islands, when approached by boat, rise from the sea like a fortress. Sheer cliffs tower overhead, then give way to beach-fronted jungle. It’s love at first sight. The second part of the why we love this place story is attitude: few places on the planet are this laid-back. Of the two islands, one is completely free of human inhabitants (Phi Phi Leh), and the other is without roads (Phi Phi Don). There’s no schedule, no hustle-and-bustle, no reason to be in a hurry.
Choosing your Phi Phi Beach
Follow Thailand’s long leg of land stretching down to Malaysia and you’ll find Phi Phi Island to the west of the “knee” in the Andaman Sea. Technically, Phi Phi is two islands: Ko Phi Phi Don, where Long Beach, or Hat Yao in Thai, is located, and Ko Phi Phi Leh, which is smaller and only accessible by tour or chartered fishing boat. Ko Phi Phi Don is home to several dozen seafood restaurants, and even more reggae bar and coffee shops, but no motorcars. If you are looking for a beach where to enjoy your vacation, this is it. The white sand beaches, clear waters and a great weather are common to all of the islands. Koh Phi Phi has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Some of the most beautiful beaches in Koh Phi Phi are listed below.
Special City Guide: Phuket
The name “Phuket” is derived from the Malay word “Bukit” (meaning hill); true to the name, lush, green hills dominate much of the island‘s interior. There are still some rubber plantations and relics of the island’s tin mining operations remaining. Most folks head west to the beaches; Phuket’s are some of the best in Thailand. The best way to see the island is by taking an (albeit utterly hair-raising) drive around the cliff roads, a totally touristy “elephant safari” into the jungle, or opt for an unforgettable sea kayak tour with John Gray, whose guided trips visit incredible offshore caves and limestone hong (literally “rooms” hidden lagoons with sheer walls that become accessible at low tide).
Even after over 5 years, the impact of the 2004 tsunami, which struck a devastating blow to the resorts along Thailand‘s west coast, including Phuket, and across the now up-and-coming region of Khao Lak, cannot be glossed over. Today, most resorts are back to full capacity; many in fact used the disaster as an opportunity to renovate and upgrade. Khao Lak is fast becoming the “next” Phuket, whereas Phi Phi is still struggling to go upmarket. While some may feel put off about visiting this region, tourism is still the mainstay of the economy. Without support from travelers, Thais in this region simply have no chance to get back on their feet.
If Phuket is your only destination in Thailand, you’ll certainly want to get to some of the Muslim fishing villages, small rural temples, and Phuket Town. Outdoor activities top the list of things to do, and there’s something for everyone. More or less in the center of the island, the Heroines’ Monument is a good place to get a taste of local history. It was erected in honor of two women who rallied the troops and saved the town from an attack by the Burmese in 1785. Locals frequently arrive to make offerings and prostrate themselves before the monument, making it more than a simple statue.