With its enviable location on the tip of Cape Yamu overlooking UNESCO protected Phang Nga Bay, COMO Point Yamu enjoys breathtaking views over Phuket’s east coast. Contemporary guest rooms, suites and private pool villas boast spectacular views from the floor to ceiling windows, and beautifully designed bathrooms add an extra wow factor. Cuisine ranges from street-style Thai and locally caught seafood in Nahmyaa to Italian wood-fired classics and healthy COMO Shambhala specialities in poolside La Sirena. To revitalise mind and body there is complimentary daily yoga and an expansive spa. Relax by the 100 metre infinity pool, or take the short boat journey to the hotel’s private beach club. A host of recreations including cultural visits to local temples, diving, canoeing can be arranged, and a children’s club will keep younger guests entertained.
Prices include flights, 7 nights accommodation with breakfast and private transfers.
Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season for Thailand is generally between the months of April to October, high season runs from November to March. The exception is Koh Samui, where the low season runs from September to November and high season lasts from December to August. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) with some including return economy flights from London. Regional departures, child prices and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
This property enjoys a privileged location perched atop Cape Yamu, overlooking the Andaman Sea and Phang Nga Bay's jaw-dropping limestone karsts. It is this setting which has influenced Paola Navone's design. Interiors feature splashes of bright aquamarines and burnt oranges to reflect the presence of the sea, Thailand's Buddhist culture and the colourful influence of Phuket's Peranakan heritage. Panoramic views across the bay are available from every room and the beautifully designed bathrooms.
Thailand is generally very hot and humid with distinct dry and rainy seasons. The best time to visit most resorts, including Phuket, Krabi, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, is from November to March, with the exception of Koh Samui which is best visited from December to August. However, with ever-changing weather patterns and excellent offers, it is well worth considering a holiday during the shoulder seasons
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