Cape Panwa Hotel
Surrounded by tropical vegetation on a steep hillside above a long stretch of sand in Phuket, it comes as no surprise that Cape Panwa Hotel is a long-standing favourite with Kuoni guests. It’s great for those who want more from their holiday than just relaxing on the sand and listening to the gentle sound of the sea, with plenty of activities to fill up your days. There are two pools and a range of watersports, or you can retreat to the Cape Spa and allow yourself to be pampered in the peaceful surrounds. If you’re more of an explorer, cruise to nearby Coral Island and experience new landscapes in this idyllic part of Phuket.
There are six restaurants and four bars shared between Cape Panwa Hotel and Kantary Bay Phuket that you can choose between. There’s Café Andaman, the main open-air restaurant; Panwa House, which serves up Thai delicacies; and Top of the Reef for a more elegant dining experience. Uncle Nan’s (at Kantary Bay) has a delicious Italian menu to choose from, while Laem Panwa Restaurant (at Kantary Bay) features tasty fresh seafood every day. For the ultimate dining experience, opt for a candlelit beach dinner under the stars. You’ll also find a number of bars here, including the new Bamboo Bar where you can have western and Thai food at the beach or a cocktail or two.
Many rooms have a full or partial sea view and Superior Rooms are simple yet comfortable. For a little more space, opt for a Junior Suite or a larger Family Suite complete with two bedrooms and an outdoor whirlpool on the balcony. The indulgent Private Pool Villas are close to the beach and have their own pool, or choose a spacious and charming Cape Suite.