The in Phuket is celebrating its first anniversary with rooms at the incredibly low price of just 2,011 Baht or US$59 per night!
And believe me, at these prices you really cannot afford to stay home!
Bookings must be made by 31 July 2011, and you can stay between 1 August until 31 October 2011.
The offer is subject to currency fluctuations and does not include tax or service charges. Payment must be made at the time of reservation and is non refundable.
he Westin Siray Bay Resort & Spa, Phuket, opened in August 2010. It is the first Westin resort to open in Thailand. Located on Siray Island off Phuket’s east coast, the entire resort overlooks picturesque Siray Bay and boasts a beach with direct access.
Siray Island is connected to the Phuket mainland via a bridge. It is an eight minute drive from Phuket town, a 45-minute drive from Phuket International Airport, and a short boat ride from a cluster of world renowned islands including Phi Phi, James Bond, Similan, and Maya islands, which are famous for their white sandy beaches, pristine waters, and abundant marine life.
There are 259 guest rooms, suites, and villas with small pools. All have ocean views and spacious outdoor balconies. There is a spa, six restaurants and bars, three outdoor pools, a Westin Kids Club®, a business center, and six meeting rooms.
Up Close and Personal
I spent four nights at the Westin Siray Bay Resort & Spa during my recent visit to Phuket. I was put up a very spacious two bedroom suite, which was very intelligently laid out. There was a wet bar with a refrigerator and coffee maker, a formal dining area, and a spacious media centre.
Food options ran from Italian to light snacks to Southeast Asian. There were nightly theme nights for added variety.
What I liked most were the many, many activities that were on offer, and most of them were offered free of charge.
There were daily yoga or pilates sessions on the beach, windsurfing lessons, Thai kickboxing lessons, volleyball – the list goes on.
Copyright: Michael Taylor Pictured: Michael Taylor with his windsurfing teacher Photo Credit: Accidental Travel Writer