"Experience the art of relaxation, peace and tranquillity at the adults only Layana Resort & Spa."
Located on a three-kilometre stretch of white sand facing the azure coloured ocean and surrounded by verdant mountains and tropical forests, the hotel's setting is breathtaking.
Designed to harmonise with nature the hallmarks of this luxurious low rise resort includes a delicate combination of unique Thai culture and modern luxury with warm hospitality and personalised service from gracious staff with endearing smiles who are always there when you need a hand.
The resort features 51 luxurious guestrooms and suites comprising 44 Garden Pavilion rooms, 3 Beach Suites and 3 Ocean Deluxe Suites and 1 La Maison. All are designed in contemporary Thai style, complete with large balconies, while decor and furnishings are both natural and luxurious, making extensive use of hardwoods, silks and other indigenous materials. All rooms have either king-size double beds or separate twin beds with goose-down duvets, as well as a large daybed serving both as a daytime sitting area and as a third bed at night if needed. Bathrooms are fitted with bathtubs and separate showers, while the suites are additionally provided with open-air garden showers.
The ultimate in pampered luxury is to be experienced at Linger Longer Spa. With a restful garden setting, this sanctuary from stress affords guests the opportunity to rediscover their inner harmony, body wraps and other spa treatments for health, relaxation and rejuvenation. Layana Resort & Spa is the perfect location to celebrate your love, specialising in honeymoon packages, vow renewals and intimate wedding ceremonies in choice of either Buddhist or Western ceremonies for up to 24 guests. A lazy time in the sun may be enjoyed at the infinite saline swimming pool, or in the Jacuzzi, while sporting activities, including PADI registered scuba diving, as well as tours and excursions, sailing and other water sports fill leisurely days.
- Fitness room
- Infinity pool
- Hobie cat
- Mountain biking
- Motor cycling
- Boat trips
- Scuba diving
- Elephant trekking
- Thai boxing
- Nature reserve
- Island tours
- Wine tasting
- Sunset Cruises
- Thai cookery class
- Lawn croquet
When it comes to dining, what the Layana lacks in variety it more than makes up for in quality and service. Food is served from the beach side Tides restaurant, where guests can start their day with an extensive buffet breakfast whilst overlooking the sea. In the evenings, a menu made up of Thai and European fare reaches standards expected in a high calibre restaurant. As an adults only resort, expect a relaxing mealtime experience in the most stunning of surroundings. After dinner, enjoy a drink or two at the Sundowner bar.
Koh Lanta enjoys a tropical climate, with the temperature rarely falling below 27°C year round. There are two main seasons: hot and dry from November to April, and 'cool' and wet from May to October. The tourist seasons follow suit, with most visitors preferring to visit during the hotter, drier months. The hottest month on average is March, where the maximum temperature is as high as 36°C. Temperatures can fall to around 20°C during a big storm, and as the temperature falls during the night it can be advisable to pack a light sweater. The monsoon season in Koh Lanta is unpredictable due to the changeable winds, but in general the wettest months are July through October.
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- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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