"The Old Phuket – Karon Beach Resort provides an alternative way to enjoy a unique holiday with the best of both worlds accommodation spread over two distinct wings just a few steps away from the beach."
The Sino Wing providing the restored period accommodation influenced Sino-Portuguese architecture and the Serene Wing which is immaculately designed to offer the luxury of the modern day comfort. All rooms in both wings have their own balcony with a choice to enjoy either the refreshing breeze coming from the Andaman Sea or magnificent pool and mountain view, both furnished with all amenities to facilitate daily needs.
The resort also offers exhilarating feeling by going for a dip in our magnificent pools, sweating in challenging table tennis and Fitness facility. Mini library and Internet to relish and games room to enjoy some favourite games.
The 184 rooms comprises of 88 rooms in the Sino Wing and 96 rooms in the Serene wing
- Two swimming pools
- Fitness room
- Kids room
Choice of several restaurants
Phuket has a tropical monsoonal climate, with the rainy season beginning earlier than in northern Thailand, starting in May but generally ending late October. Apart from the period between mid-September and mid-October when the rain falls steadily, most monsoon days are rain-free save for showers in the afternoon. The best months to visit Phuket are from November to February, when temperatures are comfortable, skies are clear and blue and humidity is low. This is the high season, with the majority of visitors coming over for the Christmas and New Year period.
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"Thailand's largest island is great for beaches, but true Thai life lies beyond the busy resorts."
- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
- All of our holidays are financially protected through ATOL bonding for your protection.
- 24/7 UK emergency number for complete peace of mind.
- We are ABTA members, ensuring that we are bound by ABTA's code of conduct.
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