Natai Beach has five stars for beach cleanliness and water quality
Aleenta Phuket is very child-friendly with a state-of-the-art kids club and professional nanny service
Taking a cocktail break in the lounge by the beach, at the swim-up pool bar or on the rooftop
What To Know
Private, tailored cookery classes are available and include a visit to the local market
Phuket is the base for sailing the Andaman Sea and there are plenty of boat trips the hotel can arrange
Windsurfing, canoeing, hiking, cycling and snorkeling trips can all be booked at the hotel
Parking on site
Disclaimer: This content was accurate at the time the hotel was reviewed. Please check our partner sites when booking to verify that details are still correct.
Grown-up Robinson Crusoe retreat with 30 suites and villas overlooking the Andaman Sea
With a two million dollar renovation in October 2013, the Aleenta Phuket has had a complete overhaul and is now modeling itself as a grown-up Robinson Crusoe escape. Each of its 30 villas and suites look out over the Andaman Sea and many come with their own pool (ranging from smaller plunge pools in the Pool Suites to infinity pools in the Beachfront Suites). One Bedroom Pool Residences have living and dining room space, while the Two and Three Bedroom Pool Residences come with huge private wooden sundecks. The best bit? Each villa and suite comes with its own butler. The Ayurah Wellness Center has also had a serious revamp and offers a spa menu full of traditional Thai treatments. There’s a yoga practice and instruction area and a beautiful infinity pool, which looks out over Natai Beach. It's illuminated at night and looks like hundreds and thousands of fireflies are glowing in it. The EDGE is a lounge, bar and restaurant on the roof and dishes up healthy Thai fusion cuisine. Private dining is available in your room or with a romantic beach barbecue for two.
In the Area
A 20-minute drive from Phuket Airport right on the northern tip of the island, the Aleenta Phuket is in easy reach of several stunning national parks. Hop on a boat and head for the Phang Nga Bay National Park, the water is as clear as glass and you can sail past Koh Hong island; its rock walls are covered in ancient paintings of boats and animals (try and spot the rare swimming iguana along the way). Anchor up near the imposing limestone cliffs and explore the area’s caverns, sea caves and mangroves. A little further out is the Similan Island National Park. It has some serious wildlife, such as the whale sharks, hammerheads and manta rays, and is a scuba diver’s paradise. Jungle lovers should head a 90-minute drive from Aleenta to the Khao Sok National Park for spectacular limestone mountains, cliffs, caves and waterfalls. It’s also home to the Rafflesia, which is known to be the largest flower in the world.