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Our highlight is the Hilltop Reserve restaurant, buried deep within the forest, baring enchanting views of the trickling river below through a Perspex floor.

Why we like it

  • The most magnificent vistas in the Asian continent fuse with an ambiance of barefoot luxury in this rustic hideaway
  • Situated in the famously beautiful Phang Nga Bay and buried within 24-acres of lush tropical greenery
  • The 54 chicly designed villas possess their own private infinity pool and sundeck

About Six Senses Yao Noi

Scattered amidst the hillside, Six Senses Yao Noi epitomises barefoot luxury with a chic style making it the perfect escape for an island castaway. Overlooking the emerald waters of Phang Nga Bay, Yao Noi is reached either by speedboat or helicopter from Phuket Island.

The resort's 56 generously proportioned, private Pool Villas, Hilltop Reserve and Retreat all represent uncompromised luxury and staggering attention to detail. Each villa has its own infinity-edged pool with sundeck and is attended by a personal butler trained to anticipate every whim. Our favourites are the Pool Villa Suites, which offer spacious split-level accommodation and lovely outdoor spaces, including a private garden and a large terrace, where sun loungers and an alfresco dining area offer superb views. Spa Sala offers a venue for private treatments and steam bath facilities, these villas are the perfect place to relax and unwind, far from the stresses of the real world.

Make the most of your fabulous villa with private terrace dining. Your butler will arrange for a champagne breakfast, a private picnic or an evening barbecue beneath the stars, with a personal chef and waiter at the ready. Suitably inspired, learn the secrets of authentic Thai cuisine by joining the Thai Cooking School in the vegetable garden, where you will be taught classics such as Tom Yum Kung and Pad Thai. If you want to get active, try a spot of rock climbing or embark on a mountain bike tour, then revitalise at the Six Senses Spa, where you can discover the unique delights of the traditional Journeys treatments.