"Pimalai Resort & Spa is built on a splendid hundred acres of hilly lush tropical forest with direct access to nine hundred meters of pristine sandy beach."
A great emphasis has been placed by the architects on preserving the environment when designing the low rise southern style buildings, resulting today in a resort complementing the setting rather than competing with it.
The resort’s accommodation consist of a combined one hundred and twenty one units consisting of Deluxe Rooms, Bayfront Deluxe rooms, Pavilion Suites, Beach Pool Villas and Hillside Pool Villas, all with a contemporary Thai style design.
The recreational facilities include two superb infinity-edge freshwater swimming pools, a Gold Palm PADI dive center (operating all year round), a large fitness room with high quality fitness equipment, a sport ground that includes 2 floodlight tennis courts; library lounges offering free high speed internet access, shop and meeting facilities for up to sixty persons. The Pimalai Resort & Spa also offers a wide range of activities including, mangroves eco-tours; canoeing; sailing; scuba diving; bicycling; trekking; tennis and Thai cooking classes, for those looking for a more active focused holidays. Wedding ceremonies can also be arranged, as the resort offers the perfect setting for couples who are looking for a romantic getaway. Guest can also revitalize in the award winning wonderful Pimalai Spa that offers a host of Oriental therapeutic treatments using mainly Thai herbal and natural products.
- Laundry service
- Resort shop
- Tour desk
- Car rental
- 24 hour reception
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Infinity swimming pool
- Children’s pool
- Fitness room
- Water sports
- PADI Scuba dive centre
- Private boat rental
- 2 floodlit tennis courts
The Pimalai Resort & Spa has an 8 choices of restaurants & bars including an ever popular beach bar, offer an extensive variety of cuisines to suit everyone's tastes. Each restaurant has its own style and ambience and is situated so as to provide a superb view of the pool and/or the Andaman Sea. Each offer delicious traditional and tasty dishes for which Thai food are deservedly famous, plus the best recipes of seafood and international cuisine, all prepared with extra fresh ingredients, chosen with care by the cooks and chefs.
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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