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Overview

Tucked away in its own private bay overlooking the Andaman Sea, Anantara Layan Phuket Resort combines a spellbinding setting and true Thai hospitality with five-star facilities. Rooms, suites and villas are scattered across tropical gardens, each boasting a contemporary style, sweeping views and blissful sea breezes. Expect exceptional culinary experiences and plenty of private dining options, while the Spice Spoons cookery school is the place to learn the secret of creating Thai cuisine. Other locally inspired adventures include Muay Thai lessons, Thai language lessons and longtail boat rides, plus there’s the option to hop in a helicopter to see some of Phuket’s most enchanting sights.

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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 91 suites, pool villas and residences

Experiences

Dream

The luxurious rooms, suites and villas are light, spacious and complete with either a balcony, terrace or private garden. Inside, uncover luxe linens, plush furnishings and bathrooms with terrazzo tubs and rain showers. Standard amenities include an Apple TV, Nespresso coffee machine, premium bathrobes and slippers, and luxury toiletries. If you choose a Sala Pool Villa or any villa category above it, you can also enjoy a private swimming pool, indoor day bed, Bose sound system, yoga mat and use of a handy smartphone, allowing for unlimited international calls, access to social media and hotel services.

Dream

Eat

From buffet breakfasts washed down with bubbly to authentic Thai favourites, a stay at Anantara Layan Phuket promises a true taste sensation. There are three restaurants to choose from. The award-winning Dee Plee serves fine-dining Thai cuisine with sweeping Andaman Sea views, while Breeze is a laid-back poolside venue serving light bites and international dishes. For exceptional meat and fresh seafood, head to Age – an upscale steakhouse with a walk-in wine cellar. Private dining in a range of dreamy locations, including a hillside chapel or beautiful beach, can also be arranged.

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There is truly something for everyone at Anantara Layan Phuket. Guests can spend sunny days beside the swimming pool, paddleboard along the shore, or choose from an array of ocean-top excursions – whether a longtail boat tour to nearby islands or a luxury yacht trip across the Andaman Sea. On land, they can get closer to Thai culture with language classes, Muay Thai lessons and the legendary Spice Spoons cookery school, offering a step-by-step tutorial to create some of Thailand’s most delicious dishes. Other facilities include a wine tasting cellar, rock climbing wall and the resort’s very own skate park for all ages to enjoy.

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Unwind

Combining Thailand’s healing heritage with the renowned Anantara spa experience, this is a luxury hotel with wellness at its heart. Surrounded by lotus ponds, the Anantara Spa is home to seven serene treatment suites, along with a salon, steam rooms and relaxation area. The menus offer everything from traditional Thai massages and rejuvenating scrubs to spa rituals using indigenous ingredients – including local flowers, coconut and therapeutic Thai herbs. Couples’ rituals, multi-day wellness packages and kid-friendly treatments are also available, along with the scientifically supported Sleep Restoration Programme.

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Family

Young adventurers are more than welcome at the resort, with a selection of connecting rooms and two-bedroom villas that are ideal for families. The star of the show for little ones is the Chang Club – a fun-filled clubhouse offering a range of enriching activities, including batik painting, Muay Thai kickboxing and cookery workshops. Junior guests can also rely on the hotel's enchanting swimming pool and huge variety of onsite watersports for hours of fun on an unforgettable trip to Thailand.

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Getting There

Climate

Bangkok is hot all year, and the best time to visit is late November to mid-January, it's still humid, but comfortable. Temperatures rise from March (when the Northern Haze also occurs) until the rainy season starts in late May, and from then until October there are a few showers most days, especially in the afternoon, so an umberalla would be useful.

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Phuket