Stay three nights and pay for just two nights at Zeavola, and arrive in style with complimentary joining speedboat transfers for 2 persons. Offer is valid from 1st May 2014 – 31st October 2014. Enquire now.
At the Zeavola you’ll be staying in your own traditional Thai style villa, surrounded by tropical rainforest and endless ocean views. Each of the 52 villas have beautifully handcrafted furnishings and tranquil gardens just a step from your door. It’s the ideal place to relax and unwind and a base from which you can discover all the wildlife the ocean has to offer.
On the north-west coast of Phi Phi Don Island the Zeavola merges effortlessly into the hills. You’ll reach this paradise within one hour of landing in Phuket International Airport by speedboat. The island is situated between the great island of Phuket and the part of Krabi province which is renowned for its diving. Make sure to take a splash into the water with the Zeavola’s PADI diving centre and see Hawksbill sea turtles, black tipped reefsharks and little tiger seahorses. For those who prefer to observe the water from above, we can organise an island hopping adventure where you’ll cruise by on a traditional long boat to Bamboo Island. A cozy beach lounge will be set up for you, complete with perfectly chilled wine, and you can while away the day in bliss.
Each of the Zeavola’s villas are comfortable and spacious, elegantly decorated in a natural colour scheme with authentic Thai fabrics. You’ll have all the mod-cons, but they’re creatively concealed in rustic island charm. Make sure you check in the jewellery boxes because that’s where your light switches will be hidden. For the best views and some extra privacy we recommend a pool villa suite; of course, you’ll get your own pool and an outdoor rain shower to rinse off in before flopping down on your king sized bed.
Why we love it
There’s no need to pack the sandals, the whole of Zeavola is set on soft, sugar-white sand, so you can wander around barefoot. Step straight from your villa in your silk sarong and down to the shimmering ocean front.