"Six Senses Yao Noi sets the highest benchmark for island resort living in Thailand."
Located on a small island in awesome Phang Nga Bay, Six Senses Yao Noi gives a sense of privacy and adventure.
The Six Senses is the epitome of island luxury in the Far East. The attention to detail and focus on the unique destination reinforces the brand’s commitment to sustainability. Guests will experience nature first hand on the Nature Trail, which is situated in the mangrove forest connected to the resort. Natural materials used in the modern architecture, together with a beautiful island setting and excellent personal service, support the Six Senses philosophy of creating exceptional experiences.
Natural vegetation and lush landscaping provide privacy between the 55 elevated Pool Villa accommodations, which offer generous personal space, a variety of views and present an uncompromised lifestyle. Sea View villas offer glorious views over Phang Nga Bay, while Mountain View villas face a classic plantation of rubber trees. Natural materials used in the modern architecture, together with a beautiful island setting and excellent personal service, support the Six Senses philosophy of creating exceptional experiences.
The Six Senses Spa village is nestled into a lush tropical hillside. The Long House Suite is modelled on a typical village house from northern Thailand. It offers treatments designed to create a unique and memorable spa journey through four interconnected spaces. Leisure activities include fully planned and tailor-designed excursions and events created around individual’s ideas and personal schedules. The island takes guests under its spell and amazes them by its sheer untouched beauty.
- Hilltop pool
- Village tour
- Thai cooking class
- Batik painting
- Rock climbing
- Sunset cruises
- Helicopter transfer
- Outdoor cinema
- Shuttle to Phuket
- Six Senses Spa
- Scuba diving
There are dining options aplenty at Six Senses Yao Noi, with several restaurants and bars, and a well stocked international wine cellar. The Dining Room offers fine dining with organic European cuisine, featuring a glass floor with a creek meandering beneath, plus a Chef’s Table that creates a very personal dining experience for just eight guests. The Living Room presents a marriage of Thai and world cuisine, a pizza oven and an open grill, while The Hilltop is the place for Thai set dinners and light lunches.
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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