Photo Courtesy of Villa Amanzi/Paresa ResortsRenting luxury villas has become a popular alternative to hotel stays while on vacation, and with options like Villa Amanzi itís easy to see why. Located on a secluded stretch of coastline in Cape Sol on the West coast of Phuket, Thailand, this stunning 8,000-square-foot, six bedroom villa is tucked into the natural granite rock with breathtaking views of the Andaman Sea. Guests enjoy private access to the beach below via a timber walkway that takes them through the forest canopy down to the sand.
The ultra modern design of Villa Amanzi features airy, open living spaces, 60-foot-long glass doors and walls to take in the unobstructed panoramic views from almost any room, flat screen TVs throughout, state-of-the-art kitchen, touch screen controlled central lighting, air conditioning and ceiling fan, remote controlled blinds and curtain, and a 50-foot infinity edge pool among other contemporary amenities.
To make a stay at Villa Amanzi the most comfortable home away from home it can be, various luxury services are made available. Guests are provided with a live-in chef, maid services that will ensure clean linens and towels, full access to the adjacent Paresa Resortís restaurants, cooking school, spa and gym, concierge services for yacht charter or car rentals, and a selection of wines can be ordered before arrival or during the stay from the Paresa wine list.
If guests wish to leave their palatial villa, itís only a two-minute drive to the Paresa Resort, 10 minutes to Kamala Beach, 25 minutes to Patong, 35 minutes to Phuket Town, and 40 minutes to the Phuket Airport. Anything one would need during their visit is well within reach.
Daily rates for Villa Amanzi start at $2,000 to $4,500 (depending on the season), with a minimum of three nights (14 nights during peak season), for a maximum of 12 guests. This is also the perfect place to house guests for a destination wedding or to hold an opulent private affair. Visit VillaAmanzi.com to learn more and book your dream getaway now.