Twin Lotus Resort & Spa 

Island bliss hideaway

An idyllic escape set on a beautiful beachfront on Koh Lanta Yai – perfect for a romantic break.

In 12 acres of landscaped gardens and fringed by a mile-long white sand beach, Twin Lotus Resort & Spa is ideal for peace and tranquillity. It may take a little longer to get to this attractive resort, but it’s worth the journey. If you want to explore beneath the waves, head out for a dive while a sea kayaking expedition gives you the chance to explore some of the 70 surrounding islands and discover hidden beaches. Away from the water, there are bicycles for hire to explore the jungle beyond, spotting wildlife amid the foliage. Twin Lotus is adults only from November to April while guests under 18 years old will be at the resort from May to October.

Why we love Twin Lotus Resort & Spa

  • It’s on a curve of powder-white sand on Koh Lanta Yai’s west coast, with plenty of places to watch beautiful sunsets

  • You can take a kayak to explore tiny jungle-topped islands or snorkel over vibrant coral reefs in search of clownfish

  • The resort is open to adults only from November to April, so high-season tranquillity is a given in the beachfront restaurants and the two swimming pools

  • It’s not far from the island’s fascinating main village, home to Thai fishing families, Chinese merchants and sea nomads

4 stars
Nov - Apr
Koh Lanta
Krabi 13 hours
On a mile-long stretch of a white sand beach in Klong Dao on Koh Lanta Yai
Approx. 1 hour's transfer plus two 20-minute car ferries (6am-10pm) and a further 30-minute drive from Krabi airport



  • Restaurants & bars
  • Board
  • Spas & wellness
  • Activities
  • Diving & Watersports
  • Good to Know

The resort’s chic main restaurant, Bua Fah Restaurant, has an open-air setting directly in front of the pool for beach views as you dine on Thai and international cuisine. If you’re lounging by the pool throughout the day and fancy something to eat, head to the Barracuda Restaurant & Beach Bar for some delicious light snacks and cooling refreshments.

Buafah Restaurant
Open-air and found in front of the swimming pool, Buafah Restaurant is a great place to start the day with breakfast, and serves up international and Thai cuisine.

Barracuda Restaurant & Beach Bar
This popular restaurant can be found just steps from the beach and is the perfect spot to enjoy a snack or delicious beachside meal throughout the day.

Head to Barracuda between 5pm and 7pm to take advantage of happy hour.

What's included

Breakfast at Buafah Restaurant.

Upgrade options

Half Board • Buffet breakfast and set dinner at Buafah Restaurant
Full Board • Buffet breakfast, set lunch and set dinner at Buafah Restaurant.

Bualuang Spa offers nine treatment rooms leading onto a large Jacuzzi and open-air pagoda where you can unwind further after your treatments. Indulge in Thai, stone therapy or warm oil massages, body wraps and body scrubs, manicures and pedicures.

Start your day with a traditional boat ride through the mangrove forests at sunrise. Learn the basics of Thai boxing, have a go at batik painting or learn about the ingredients and techniques that go into making a Thai meal. There's a free shuttle to Saladan Market.

From the golden sands, take a kayak or paddleboard to explore the shore. Further afield, you can go island hopping for snorkelling and swimming or sea cave kayaking.

Guests over 18 are welcome at this resort between November and April.

Minimum stay: 5 nights 26 Dec-05 Jan.

Compulsory New Year’s Eve gala dinner, supplement applies.

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