Six Senses Yao Noi sets the highest benchmark for island resort living in Asia. The attention to detail and focus on the unique destination reinforces the brand’s commitment to sustainability. Pool Villa accommodations provide generous personal space, a variety of views and present an uncompromised lifestyle. Natural materials used in the modern architecture, together with a beautiful island setting and excellent personal service, support the Six Senses philosophy of creating exceptional experiences.
Located on a small island in awesome Phang Nga Bay, Six Senses Yao Noi gives a sense of privacy and adventure. Natural vegetation and lush landscaping provides privacy between the elevated villas. Sea View villas offer glorious views over Phang Nga Bay, while Mountain View villas face a classic plantation of rubber trees.
Villas feature their own horizon pool with sundeck, creating an illusion of infinity between pool and bay or plantation, and reinforces the feeling of oneness with nature. Each villa is attended by a butler who is trained to anticipate every whim. This personal service is designed to create a new and unique concept for resort guests, where Six Senses attention to detail is exemplified from arrival to departure. Six Senses reflects the warmth and welcome of a home on a plantation estate. The Main House accommodates all the dinning and entertaining facilities.
There are dining options aplenty at Six Senses Yao Noi, with several restaurants and bars, and a well stocked international wine cellar. The Dining Room offers fine dining with Organic European Cuisine and features a glass floor with a creek meandering beneath. The Living Room presents a marriage of world cuisine, with an emphasis on Thai, plus tandoori and pizza ovens, and an open grill, while the Chef’s Table offers a very personal dining experience for just eight guests.
The Six Senses Spa village is nestled into the lush tropical hillside. A Long House Suite is modelled on a typical village house from northern Thailand. It offers treatments designed to create a unique and memorable spa journey through four interconnected spaces. Using only naturally and ethically produced spa products, the treatment menu promotes traditional Thai healing practices and incorporates the four elements of earth, water, fire and air, to ensure the senses are balanced.
We simply let you know all the leisure possibilities and you decide your favorites. If you are looking to relax and let the day go by, we'll arrange exactly that. We can present you with a fully planned excursion or we can tailor design excursions and events around your ideas. Your excursions and activities will be about your schedule, not ours. Let the island take you under its spell and amaze you by its sheer untouched beauty.
Your wedding celebrates the beauty of love and life. At Six Senses Yao Noi we cherish this and provide you a location and services that dream weddings are made of. Our unique location offers an intimate location to reconfirm your commitment of love with a private or small ceremony. Reconfirm you commitment of love against a backdrop of some of the most beautiful natural scenery anywhere in the world. We can be creative with the ambience, either inside or in the natural landscaping. Due to the intimate design of our property our function space limits us to weddings of up to 36 guests plus the Bride and the Groom.
Sustainability is top of our agenda with numerous practices to minimize negative and embrace positive impacts. All embody the Six Senses environmental commitment. Guests will experience nature first hand on our Nature Trail, which is situated in the mangrove forest connected to the resort. Six Senses Yao Noi's Environmental and Social Sustainability Policy focuses on energy efficiency, water and waste management, social commitment, protecting natural surroundings, air quality and noise control.
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