Six Senses Yao Noi Reintroduces The View Southeast Asia’s Ultimate Romantic Villa
The View, a newly revamped premium one-bedroom villa at Six Senses Yao Noi is now welcoming guests. Ideal for couples, especially honeymooners and those celebrating a special occasion, it provides an abode of comfort, exclusivity and space with a touch of fun and quirky elements.
Originally created as a celebration venue, the ultra-spacious 2,422 square-foot (225 square-meter) villa now boasts an infinity-edge pool, a pool shack, private cinema, sunken dining area, plus a mezzanine floor and a fitness studio among its new refinements.
Stepping into the villa, guests feel in harmony with nature due to the Thai-inspired interiors infused with a contemporary twist. A newly added waterfall is visible though a glass floor in the bedroom as it flows beneath the king-sized bed, connecting the occupants with the soothing sight and sounds of flowing water.
Synonymous with its name, The View offers a 360-degree view of the surroundings including a breathtaking panoramic view of the iconic limestone karsts of Phang Nga Bay, which is best admired with a loved one while lazing on the pool’s trampoline net with a cocktail in hand. As all main walls are glass, the ocean, jungle and waterfall can be seen along with the different hues of the sky – from inside or outside the villa.
Although a full range of facilities is available in the resort, guests who check into The View may find it hard to leave. Sunrises are spectacular and a ‘get-me-going’ basket, which includes choices from a healthy breakfast menu, are available for early risers who want to be inspired by the break of dawn. In-villa dining for The View also goes beyond the ordinary as lunches can be enjoyed from a floating tray in the pool while barbecue dinners are served by a private chef in the sunken dining area after pre-dinner drinks overlooking a romantic reflection of the sunset on the bay. The pool shack is a cocktail master’s dream, where a ‘cocktail of the day’ mix of ingredients and recipe are sure to inspire. Martini lovers can also make their own – shaken or stirred – and enjoy a perfect James Bond moment.
A GEM (guest experience maker) is on hand to personally tailor the guests’ journey throughout their stay.
“Based on comments we’ve received from previous guests of The View, we’ve realized its potential and decided to upgrade and enhance it for our guests,” commented Graham Grant, general manager of Six Senses Yao Noi. “From the outset we had the intention to create the region’s ultimate one-bedroom villa experience. This villa was always called The View and for a good reason, it offers the most exceptional viewpoints across to Phang Nga Bay. It makes the perfect romantic setting for couples to enjoy each other’s company while being captivated by the lush landscape.”
He added, “The views are breathtaking from every point in the villa. We have integrated some new elements with our upgrades and the most exciting is to create a journey that will engage in moments of relaxation, fun and surprise. We truly see this as a place to reconnect and be inspired.”
Designed by the talented creative team from Six Senses who are adept at crafting out-of-the-ordinary experiences, together with Six Senses Yao Noi and with sustainability and wellness to the fore, The View is set to be the best premium one-bedroom villa in the region. From now through September 30, 2019, guests of The View who stay a minimum of three nights are treated to a private in-villa barbecue dinner for two people. For pricing or enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The View provides an abode of comfort, exclusivity and space among nature.
About Six Senses Yao Noi
Six Senses Yao Noi sets the highest benchmark for island resort living in Asia. Located beyond Phuket in charming Phang Nga Bay, there is a sense of adventure. Natural vegetation and lush landscaping provide privacy between the 56 elevated Pool Villas, which offer generous personal space, a variety of views and present an uncompromised lifestyle. Natural materials used in the modern architecture, together with attention to detail and focus on the unique destination reinforce the Six Senses philosophy of sustainability and creating exceptional experiences.