Villa Jetinn

£914  average per night

Villa Jetinn Is A Stunning Suite Overlooking The Ocean, Brimming With Regal Elegance And Authentic Thai Flavour.

  • Sleeps 3
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Adults only

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General information

  • Air conditioning
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Adults only
  • DVD Player
  • No smoking
  • Wheelchair inaccessible

Kitchen and household

Safety

Location

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Description

Villa Jetinn is a stunning suite overlooking the ocean, brimming with regal elegance and authentic Thai flavour, along with world-class resort amenities on one of Thailand's most uncommercial islands: Koh Yao Yai.

This unique abode offers a luxurious take on traditional Thai heritage, from the stunning decor characterised by carved teak, ornate furniture and unforgettable views to the exceptional food and service. Emanating flawless romantic design, sleek natural wood, earthy tones and majestic, yet understated, luxury, this chic retreat sets a new standard.

In classic Thai style, there is an ever-presence of proximity to water: the ocean, the sunken outdoor bath and the outdoor dining, while indoor and outdoor living blend seamlessly and effortlessly. Bathed in exotic tones and golden ocean light and natural woods, this stylish yet elegant room is simple, unfussy yet ever-so exquisite. With a four-poster bed finessed with billowing drapes, airy proportions and far-reaching views at every turn, this room also offers every mod-con and contemporary comfort to ensure guests ease.

The balcony almost blends into the ocean, while the indoors blend into the outdoors, and the sunset views blend into the golden wood tones of this sumptuous home. With on-hand staff, quintessential Thai hospitality and a pampering spa, as well as fun activities including excursions and cooking lessons, there is something for everyone at Villa Jetinn.

With a choice of six restaurants, from romantic open-air eateries to casual dining to authentic Thai fare, there is something for everyone. Head down to the Khantok Restaurant for a true taste of Thailand. Not only is the food delicious and authentic, but also beautifully presented and served in the most traditional surroundings.

For a magical retreat, a romantic bolthole, or a culturally immersive stay with a taste of true Thailand, simply look no further!

#### Features
The Villa
Overlooking the Andaman Sea on the top of our private hill, Villa Jetinn offers stunning panoramic ocean and mountain views. Perfect for a couple or small families, all rooms furnished with exotic handcraft wood in a traditional Thai style.
Ground Floor
- Dressing room
- Bedroom with king-size bed
- Bathroom with shower and outdoor bathtub
Exterior Grounds
- Balcony area
- Outdoor bath tub
- Daybed
- Small dining area
Additional Facilities
- Wi-Fi connection
- Air conditioning
- Ceiling fan
- Satellite TV
- DVD and CD player
- Complementary welcome fruit basket
- Complementary drinking water
- Bathroom amenities
- Hairdryer
- Safety box
- Daily complimentary of drinking 4 water bottles (500 ml.) in room
- Mini-Bar
- Refrigerator

#### Location
Villa Jetinn is nestled in a prime spot, overlooking the ocean in Ko Yao Yai island. This island is a hidden gem in the Andaman Sea, halfway between Phuket and Krabi. It's known for its sandy shores, dense and luscious mangroves forests, rubber plantations and fishing villages.

With pristine beaches with piers for ferries and long-tail boats, waters that are rich in coral and dotted with dive sites, and local culture of small fishing villages and authentic life, visitors can enjoy a taste of “real” Thailand.

The island is a secluded refuge that feels far removed from the bustling tourist crowds of Phuket; it offers a retreat from modern life and an opportunity to enjoy a slower pace, or activities include kayaking, hiking, snorkelling, and swimming.

Perched only 50 minutes from Phuket International Airport by car and speed boat. It takes 30 minutes from the airport to Ao Po Grand Marina Pier and 20-minute boat ride from Ao Po Grand Marina Pier to reach this ultra-gracious retreat. The journey there makes it all worth it: based on location alone, it should be swarming with tourists. And yet it's not.

Nestled in Phang Nga Bay, this area sees visitors enjoy mysterious caves, lagoons and jutting cliffs, as well as abundant wildlife. Most of the islands in Phang Nga Bay are uninhabited, and many of them have spectacular caves which you can only reach by kayak. Koh Hong is one of the most popular of these islands, while Khao Khien is worth a visit to see the ancient paintings of boats and animals on the rock walls.

From the stylish base of a luxury eco beach resort, enjoying a prime position on the west coast of the unspoiled Koh Yao Yai, it is the perfect place for pampering and revitalisation.



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