COMO Point Yamu
All accommodation here looks out to views of the Andaman Sea and the dramatic limestones of Phang Nga Bay beyond. Spacious rooms and indulgent suites (many with private pools) are appointed in brilliant white with splashes of deep turquoise that beckon the outside in. Though the style throughout is contemporary thoughtful Thai touches create a sense of place too. For the ultimate in luxury living, choose an expansive pool villa, each of which boasts between one and four bedrooms and offer the height of privacy on a luxury Phuket holiday.
The resort’s two restaurants ooze sophistication. For an authentic taste of Thailand, Nahmyaa Thai Restaurant provides a menu inspired by delicious Thai street food. Alternatively, enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at La Sirena Italian Restaurant, offering a mouthwatering menu of wood-fired Italian cuisine made using fresh, local ingredients wherever possible.
With a scenic boat ride to the resorts’ private beach, you can laze on the sands all day, or simply recline by the staggering 100-metre infinity swimming pool. A wealth of other activities are on offer, from cultural tours to cycling and snorkelling.
Advocating proactive, holistic wellness, at a COMO Shambhala spa you’ll find mind, body and soul catered to with an exquisite combination of traditional Eastern techniques and cutting-edge treatments, as well as calming meditations classes and delicious, healthy cuisine.
COMO Point Yamu Fact File
November - April
11 hours 35 minutes
British Airways, Qantas and Thai Airways fly direct from London Heathrow to Bangkok with onward connections throughout Thailand. Singapore Airlines flies from London Heathrow and Manchester to Bangkok via Singapore with onward connections to Thailand. Emi
Hong Kong, Malaysia, Cambodia, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Dubai
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