Located in the northwest of Phuket, the Pavilions welcomes guests above the age of 16 and is designed as a couples retreat.
49 luxurious villas of 3 categories each with infinity pool with stunning views promise privacy and make tanning without tanning lines possible. I had an ocean view villa that comes with a huge 12×4 meter pool which is one of the biggest private pools I have seen in a room.
The entire property is build for couples and my favorite part was the inhouse massage by the spa in your own room. The Pavilions Spa offers a big variety of treatments from facials over jetlag massages to wraps and scrubs. Besides afternoon tea and snacks in the main restaurant, the 360 bar is a nice spot for some sunset drinks and snacks with view over the bungalows. Everything is designed in modern thai style with signature colors being red and black and around the property you find many exotic plants which create a charming, romantic atmosphere. The Pavilions Phuket spread the vibe of serviced luxury villas which is great for all who like to spend the majority of their time privately in the villa.
A hotel perfect for couples and honeymooners who like it romantic, quiet and silent.
What else to do:
Phuket Weekend market:
As I stayed over the weekend and being a market lover I of course had to visit Phuket Weekend market which takes place every Saturday and Sunday from 4pm-9pm, located at Chao Fa West road, a 30 minute drive from the Pavilions Phuket.
Even if you don’t want to buy anything I can recommend you to visit this market. From vintage clothing over gadgets over touristy gifts over living animals and the biggest local food selection you can imagine, you will find it all here.
I actually still have no idea what food I had as descriptions were mostly in thai and many of the local variations I have never seen before but everything I tried tasted surprisingly well.
Shop the outfits from the pictures:
Color-block raffia dress by M Missoni here
White wedding ruffle bikini by Summerloveswimwear here