Starting From $850 Per Night
Let the vivid blue Andaman Sea, crimson sunsets and alluring design sweep you away at Villa Yang, a four-bedroom luxury escape on Phuket’s spectacular west coast near Kamala Beach. Perfect for families or groups, Yang blends sophisticated style with tropical splendour to offer a tranquil retreat. Relax while the villa’s team of exceptional staff, which includes a superb Thai chef, meet your every need. Unwind in the elegant living and dining pavilion, or bask in the sun alongside the 15-metre pool. Those that can tare themselves away will find the beaches, restaurants and nightlife of Patong and Kamala less than seven kilometres from the villa.
Villa Yang’s top-floor entrance area gives the first hint of the grandeur you can expect at this luxury retreat, with a sitting area and a sofa-strewn sala inviting you to take a brief rest on arrival. Stairs lead down to the main pavilion where a large open-plan space houses the living and dining areas and guest kitchen, with sliding glass doors that open to the furnished pool terrace. A frosted glass staircase leads down to the pavilion’s lower floor, where the three guest bedrooms line a long corridor. Take the covered staircase further down the hill towards the private Villa Yang-Noi to the tropical garden fronted by pure nature and the rocky waterfront.
At the heart of Villa Yang is an open-plan living, kitchen and dining pavilion, which is so well integrated with its beautiful surrounds that describing it as an indoor space seems questionable. Almost completely enclosed by glass, fronted by the wide pool terrace, and with a reflecting pool tucked away behind, the room reflects its tropical setting while art and architectural details lend a sense of grandeur.
In the living area, set under a dramatically pitched dark-wood ceiling and stately black and white chandeliers, grey leather sofas and a TV entertainment system are eclectically accented with abstract paintings, Buddha statues and other art pieces. In the dining space, an oversized black chandelier hangs above a smooth granite dining table with eight leather chairs. A modern stainless-steel kitchen is set just behind.
Just inside the entrance on the top floor is a sitting area with modern leather sofas that could serve as a reception lounge or simply a place to steal away with a book for some quiet time.
Villa Yang offers an impeccable outdoor space to relax and entertain, with the 15-metre marble pool and terrace serving as the main gathering area. The dark-wood decking around the pool is lined with sunbeds and a loveseat, while tucked away on the terrace is a larger sofa set that offers a comfy spot for an alfresco breakfast or sunset cocktails. The beachfront view opens everyday to a new stunning sunset experience and a jungle feel with the tropical garden and the rocky cliff in the front down to the sea. A true Feng Shui location amidst the untouched nature, where Yin and Yang are in balance.
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