Six Senses Yao Noi | Thailand | If Only

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Perched on a hillside that sweeps down to the beach, Six Senses Ya Noi is nestled between Phuket and Krabi, amongst the limestone pinnacles of Phang Nga.

Natural materials used in the modern architecture, together with a beautiful island setting and excellent personal service, support the Six Senses philosophy of creating exceptional experiences. Here attention to detail and commitment to the environment are combined with an uncompromised standard of luxury.

Six Senses resorts are synonymous with a unique style – authentic, personal and sustainable, and in harmony with their individual surroundings.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel With Villas
  • 5 Star
  • 55 rooms



All villas are attended by a butler, boast magnificent views of the bay or plantation and benefit from private infinity-edged pools Each villa has a terrace area with sun loungers and an outside dining area. There is a separate bedroom and a sitting room, plus a bathroom that features an outside shower. Furnished with natural fabrics and local materials, the villas are a haven of relaxation and designed in traditional Thai style to capture the ocean breezes.

For a touch of even more luxury, the Beachfront Pool Villa Suite offers beautiful views out to Phang Nga Bay and a large garden leading from the private infinity-edge pool directly onto the beach. This spacious duplex villa has an entrance on the top level, which leads onto a decked area and bedroom with open bathroom and shower. Stairs lead down to a separate air conditioned sitting room and en-suite bathroom on the lower, swimming pool level.



The dining options at Six Senses Yao Noi include several restaurants and bars, and a well stocked international wine cellar. The Dining Room offers fine dining with Organic European Cuisine has a glass floor revealing a creek meandering beneath the main dining area, with several private dining pavilions and the Chef's Table on the floor above. The Dining Room is also the venue for cooking classes, wine evenings and degustation dinners.

Close to the beach, The Living Room is the resort's all-day dining restaurant, offering al fresco and undercover seating. With tempting buffets at breakfast, special dinner evenings and a deli and a patisserie, The Living Room has someone for everyone.

Perched atop the resort, The Hilltop Reserve, which serves light lunches and Thai dinner menus, is an exclusive dining venue with its stunning pool overlooking spectacular Phang Nga Bay - perfect for special occasions.



The dedicated experiences team offer a wide range of water sports as well as PADI certified excursions at some of the finest dive sites around. Kayak excursions, private cruiser hire or island hopping by long tail boat are just some of the ways to discover the surrounding islands, while on land, rock climbing and cycling trails offer even more ways to experience Koh Ya Noi's amazing landscape.



The Six Senses Spa village is nestled on a lush tropical hillside. The Long House Suite, modelled on a typical village house from northern Thailand, offers treatments designed to create a unique and memorable spa journey through four interconnected spaces.

Using only naturally and ethically produced spa products, the treatment menu promotes traditional Thai healing practices and incorporates the four elements of earth, water, fire and air, to ensure the senses are balanced.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Phuket International Airport


Approximately 1 hour 10 minutes by car and boat from Phuket International 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.



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