Rosewood Phuket | Thailand | If Only

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The contemporary design is thoughtful and elegant, indigenous resources are used throughout, and the abundance of open space ensures total immersion with the resort’s hillside jungle setting. Legendary Thai service combines seamlessly with attention to detail, stunning accommodation, superb dining, and a whole raft of activities, making this a fabulous, family-friendly escape. Hidden into the jungle are 71 pavilions and villas, each offering mesmerising views over ancient Banyan trees and the Andaman Sea. A freeform pool weaves organically through the resort, tropical palms gently waving overhead, and beyond, the glistening waters of the bay create a stunning backdrop. Keeping small guests occupied is easy with the Rosewood Explorers Club, and there’s also a range of teenager focused activities too. Relaxation comes in the form of Asaya, a superb wellness area which sits alongside a state-of-the-art fitness centre whilst resort activities include lessons in the traditional Thai martial art of Muay Thai, sea kayaking, stand up paddle boards and snorkelling. You’re also welcome to show off your culinary prowess with a Thai cooking class or bring out your inner artist as you learn the art of sanotik batik printing.

Our Featured Offer

Thailand Pool Paradise

Rosewood Phuket

Phuket, The Andaman Sea and its Islands, Thailand

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Thailand Pool Paradise

  • Complimentary room upgrade*
  • Three complimentary nights
  • Private plunge pool with Andaman Sea views
  • 5 Star tropical beach hideaway

9 night stay

From £2,799 per person

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 71 rooms



Dotted throughout the jungle landscape the pavilions and villas flaunt eco-friendly roof gardens, pale timbers, luxurious fabrics, and gorgeous interior design. The indoor spaces flow effortlessly out onto the private garden terraces, creating truly personal and private retreats. Pavilions feature private plunge pools, day beds and outdoor bathtubs, all with views of the tropical surroundings, sparkling waters of the swimming pool, or over Andaman Bay. Villas offer private pools, terraces furnished with canopy-draped day beds and picture-perfect settings throughout the resort.



Dining comes courtesy of four distinct restaurants, each with a very different vibe to suit your mood. Ta Khai is authentic and rustic and serves up delicious seafood in a Thai village atmosphere. Red Sauce offers contemporary Italian dishes overlooking the pool, whilst split personality Mai is a laid-back pool bar by day, before morphing into a stylish music bar as night falls. The Shack does unpretentious food perfectly, dishing up simply prepared seafood from a charcoal grill for a delightfully relaxed, poolside dining experience.



When it comes to activities the Rosewood Phuket goes above and beyond. Thai and Italian cooking classes compete for your attention alongside kayaking, stand up paddle boards, and snorkelling. There’s also a range of off-resort experiences for those who can tear themselves away from the haven of the Rosewood. Those looking cultural immersion can join an array of local and cultural classes and workshops which include batik printing, street art tours and indigenous indigo dyeing techniques.



The Asaya’s approach to wellbeing is based entirely on you and the menu of treatments is designed to relax, renew, and rejuvenate. Dip in with as much, or as little as you like, with offerings such as retreats focusing on sleep, meditation and mindfulness, or fitness available to be incorporated into your stay, as can the simple pleasures of a Thai massage or a couples treatment. In addition to the state-of-the-art fitness centre guests are welcome to enjoy yoga and Pilates classes, lessons in Muay Thai and a beach boot camp. Private instructors are also available.



The Rosewood Explorers Club is a children’s club that sets the bar high. Designed to immerse younger guests into the spirit of Thailand, the explorers club incorporates a range of fun, cultural and engaging activities. Return home with youngsters who have learnt traditional Thai dancing and engaged in cultural classes where they’ve tried to master playing Thai instruments. Experiences such as yoga and mindfulness are included as well as climbing walls, arts and crafts, and beachside pool and sun loungers, just for kids.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Phuket International Airport


Approxitmately a 1 hour drive from the airport


Generally, November to March/April sees the best weather, when the dry season brings little rainfall, calm seas and less humidity - it's also the busiest time to visit. Between April and August it's wetter but with a good chance of sunshine between showers. Rainfall is highest in September and the beginning of October before the high season commences at the end of month.