"The Paradise Koh Yao Resort & Spa impresses worldwide guests with its blissfully tranquil environment."
Set on 400 meters of private beach, surrounded by towering limestone cliffs and tropical rainforest, the resort offers a true escape for those seeking privacy and seclusion without compromising comfort and convenience.
Whether you are being pampered by our master chefs, preparing delicious meals for you by the beach or taking part in our eco-tourism activities, you will discover that there are just too many things to enjoy at The Paradise Koh Yao Resort & Spa. If you just want to chill, you can lie in a hammock, pamper yourself in the Serenity Spa or take a yoga class to revitalize your body and mind.
The resort features 70 lavishly appointed studios and villas designed for maximum connection with the environment. All of the rooms are open to nature while providing uncompromising comfort. Available with king size or queen/single beds.
The Paradise Koh Yao Resort features a multitude of soft adventure, eco-tourism activities to keep guests active during their stay. Right from the resort beach there is trekking, canoeing and snorkelling. Try kayaking to explore the nearby hongs, lagoons and beaches. Or enjoy the island activity like mountain bike and elephant riding. The Paradise Koh Yao Resort boat shuttles guests to near-by islands such as Koh Hong to see the incredible “hongs” (“room” in Thai) and to other attractions in Phang Nga Bay.
- Mountain biking
- Scuba diving
- Infinity Edge Pool
- Kids pool
- Beach volleyball
- Rock climbing
Delicious food is combined with breathtaking scenery and top quality service at the Paradise, as diners sit down to their meals looking out on to the stunning Phang Nga Bay. Whether you opt for the Thai and Western fare at the Seafood Terrace, or the contemporary Mediterranean and Italian at the laid back Al Fresco, you're bound to have a dinner to remember. There's nothing quite like watching the sun set over the bay as you enjoy a bottle of red with your loved ones.
Koh Yao's tropical climate grants it year round high temperatures and little rainfall. The odd downpour can be expected during the months of May to July and again between September and October, as monsoon winds refresh the island with evening gusts that see the palm trees swaying. The island doesn't receive much wind or rainfall due to its location between Phuket and the Malay peninsular which protect the island on both sides. Swimming is safe all year round due to the calm waters.
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- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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- We are ABTA members, ensuring that we are bound by ABTA's code of conduct.
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