Six Senses Yao Noi
56 Moo 5 Tambol Koh Yao Noi Phang Nga, 82160 TH
Phuket: Ko Yao Noi
56 rooms, 0 floors
Koh Yao Noi is a picturesque island in Thailand's Phang Nga Bay - the unique natural environment setting for the 9.6-hectare, or almost 24-acre Six Senses Hideaway Yao Noi, that exemplifies the Six Senses Yao Noi philosophy of Redefining Experiences from arrival to departure. The natural vegetation and tropical landscaping provide privacy and allow glorious views over Phang Nga Bay. The resort has 54 generously proportioned, private pool villas, plus The Hilltop Reserve, and the Retreat; all represent an uncompromised standard of luxury. The attention to detail and focus on the reality of the destination reinforces Six Senses Yao Noi s commitment to the environment. Each villa has its own infinity-edged pool with sundeck and is attended by a personal butler who is trained to anticipate every whim. Dining options abound with several restaurants and bars and a well-stocked wine cellar. The Dining Room offers fine dining with Mediterranean cuisine and features a glass floor with a creek meandering beneath. The Living Room presents a marriage of world cuisine, with an emphasis on Thai, plus tandoori and pizza ovens, and an open grill, while the Chefs Table offers a very personal dining experience for just eight guests.
Compulsory transfer from and to Phuket or Krabi airport is now available at special price THB 4,500 per person (min. 2 persons travelling), payable directly at the resort, for roundtrip by land, proceed by motorboat join transfer. Flights details are required in advance for proper arrangement
One way helicopter transfers from and to Phuket airport are available at THB 56,00 plus government tax per helicopter for a maximum of six persons traveling at the same time (subject to weather condition).
Number of Bars in Hotel: 1
Number of Restaurants in Hotel: 3
In Villa Dining
Private in-villa or terrace dining compliments the secluded peaceful atmosphere. For the true romantic, the villa butler will arrange for a champagne breakfast, a private picnic or an evening barbecue beneath the stars, with a personal chef and waiter at the ready.
Guests experience a refreshing sense of calm at the Hideaway as they enter over the arrival pool, with two sunken bars and seating areas. From several pathways, one will lead to The Den, with guest relations and a library to the left, and a bar to the right. The library features a glassed-in duplex wine cellar with suspended ladders to access wines on the upper level. The open-plan bar is also on two levels, very open planned with several sub-levels creating a more intimate feeling. The bar offers a taste of Thailand, with a noodle bar plus a selection of specialty regional dishes. This area also has a small conference room.
A second pathway leads down to the dinning areas, passing the Six Senses Gallery en route, with an array of gift ideas, furnishings and apparel.
The Dining Room
A central split level structure features a Chefs Table on the top level, plus
a cooking station wrapped around with one long table. The main dining area is
on the lower level, with several private dinning pavilions scattered in the
wild mangroves and plantation palms. A tranquil water feature meanders
through this area over a glass bottom floor while organic vegetables and
herbs gardens are close at hand for the freshest salads and to complement the
exquisite Organic European Cuisine in the Dining Room.
The Living Room and Terrace
Close to the beach, this all-day dining choice offers alfresco or undercover seating. The Living Room is constructed from traditional material such as timber flooring, coconut palm columns and classic thatching overhead. Offering tempting buffets at breakfast an