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Phuket Travel Diary: The Pavilions

written by ChristingC December 10, 2016


Travelling with a toddler and baby means we seriously value space and full kitchens at our accommodation. AirBnb can be a great option, but when you spend all day swimming and chasing after two little ones the appeal of housekeeping, room service, and friendly staff at the other end of the phone is more than tempting. This is why The Pavilions was infinitely the best of both worlds. Their two bedroom, modern loft has all that you would want from a well equipped city apartment with the welcome addition of a stunning infinity pool, and tranquil views.  The mouthwatering Thai fare at The Pavilion Club, amazing sunsets at 360 Bar, and fun ambiance at Firefly ensured we had plenty of date night options when we needed time away from the little ones, and their spa has one of the most indulgent couples packages we’ve ever experienced.  Evenings with wine on the huge terrace was just the relaxing treat we were craving and the insanely comfortable beds caused several late mornings of lingering a little too long. Ever and River had an abundance of play space in the gigantic living area and the modern kitchen was ideal for preparing family meals. A frequent shuttle was available to take us to the pristine beach only a few minutes away or the nearest supermarket to collect supplies. I couldn’t recommend The Pavillions more for groups or families looking for the comforts of home alongside hotel luxury and 5 star service.  

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