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Views of Phang Nga limestone karsts


Luxury villas, all with private pools


Hideaway Pool Villa bedroom


Hideaway Pool Villa


Hilltop swimming pool


The pool at an Ocean Panorama Pool Villa


Ocean Panorama Pool Villa bedroom


Island hopping by longtail boat


Yoga with a view


Six Senses Yao Noi


Cinema Paradiso on the beach


Hilltop dining room

Six Senses Yao Noi, Phang Nga, Thailand

Luxurious, romantic boutique hideaway overlooking the mesmerising Phang Nga Bay

7 nights from around £2,850pp sharing a Hideaway Pool Villa, including breakfast, flights and speedboat transfers 

Overlooking Phang Nga Bay's famously beautiful limestone islands, Six Senses Yao Noi is in a remote and truly spectacular setting, offering luxury thatched pool villas, a sublime spa and a wonderful stretch of sandy beach.


Six Senses Yao Noi has 56 villas all with private pools and all attended by their own private butler. The Pool Villas have garden or ocean views with open air bathrooms, private infinity pools and spacious sundecks. The Deluxe Pool Villas are split over two floors and are even more spacious. The Pool Villa Suites are either with garden views or on the oceanfront and have one or two bedrooms and large living areas. All villas are air-conditioned and come with a mini-bar and wine cabinet, Espresso machine, hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers, bathroom amenities, a personal safe, flat-screen satellite television, DVD player, Bose stereo system, telephone, iPod/iPhone docking station, wi-fi internet access and a twice-daily maid service.  

Activities & Experiences

Everyone at Six Senses Yao Noi has access to complimentary bicycles so you can explore the region. Other activities include snorkelling,

Thai cookery classes, wine tasting, picnics on nearby islands, non-motorised and motorised water sports, boat trips (maybe to

the Phi Phi Islands?), scuba diving and rock climbing. There's also tennis, a well equipped gym and yoga classes.

Plus Cinema Paradiso - a charming open-air cinema on the beach.

Six Senses Yao Noi has a selection of restaurants and bars, along with a well-stocked wine cellar of international labels and a Chef's Table perfect for a special dinner for up to eight guests.

Spa & Wellness

Six Senses Spa offers traditional Thai cultural spa journeys to soothe mind and body, including facials, massages and body scrubs. In addition, yogic sleep and yogic detox experiences allow guests to enjoy the benefits of relaxation to aid sleep and general wellbeing. For guests new to yoga who wish to enjoy an introduction to the discipline, the Discover Yoga programme offers private sessions of gentle hatha yoga, including meditation and breathing exercises, supplemented by signature massages and energy treatments.

Weather & Seasons

The driest months to visit this tropical destination are December to March. November and April are also good months but there might be some rain. May to October is the monsoon season with downpours occurring as sharp blasts once or twice a day, rather than heavy rain all day.

Getting Here

11 hour international flight to Bangkok, followed by a 1 hour domestic flight to Phuket, followed by a 45 minute speedboat ride to Yao Noi. Maybe stop-over in Bangkok enroute and stay somewhere like downtown Metropolitan Bangkok or The Siam for boutique riverside luxury.

More Ideas

Also overlooking Phang Nga Bay: Como Point Yamu

If you would like to explore, our experts in the UK and Thailand can create the ideal tailor-made holiday for you. Alternatively, we can simply

organise a single destination - whichever you prefer. Some of our recommendations for the Best Places to Stay in Thailand 

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Time to Get in Touch?

Please call us on 0203 019 3722 or simply send us an email outlining your requirements.

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