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Amatara Resort & Wellness: an unforgettable stay in paradise this Valentine’s

PHUKET, THAILAND – Amatara, the “immortal water,” refreshes, nourishes and soothes with world-class ocean vistas and special signatures, is now offering Amatara’s “Valentine’s Tropical Nights Breeze” packages to make this Valentine’s Day the most perfect time of year.

Couples will especially enjoy a two-night stay in the Premier Sea View room at only THB 19,500, or Sea View Pool Villa for THB 29,500 net. Both these room options include daily breakfast at The Restaurant, a roundtrip airport transfer from and to Phuket Airport, 5-course romantic set dinner per stay, 60-minute Thai massage for 2 persons per stay and complimentary late check out until 2 pm.
A private balcony with sea view sets off the romantic scene perfectly, in addition to other Amatara benefits: complimentary usage of iPad, Wi-Fi & broadband internet access, access to infinity-edge pool, Fitness Center & Tennis Court, and scheduled shuttle service to Phuket Town (subject to availability).

Exclusive benefits for guests staying at the Pool Villa include selected alcoholic mini-bar items, eight pieces of laundry or pressing daily, 24-hour resort butler service and daily afternoon tea and evening cocktails – everything anyone could ever dream of for a perfect Valentine’s weekend in Phuket’s most idyllic locale.

Show how much you care for your loved one and make this Valentine’s Day a truly memorable occasion. Book now until 2 Feb 2016, staying from 12 to 28 Feb 2016. Resort’s terms and conditions apply: a deposit of 50% is required upon booking with 14 days prior to arrival free cancellation; offers are not valid for group bookings and cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotions rates, privileges or membership benefits. Moreover, for guests who would like to extend their happiest Valentine’s memories, Amatara offers a special extra night stay in a Premier Sea View for THB 6,700 per night including breakfast and a Sea View Pool Villa for 12,500 per night including breakfast and Pool Villa guest’s exclusive benefits.
For more information about Amatara Resort & Wellness, please call Tel +66 (0) 76 200 800, +66 (0) 76 318 888, Fax +66 7620 0803, or visit or email

About Amatara Resort & Wellness

Secluded in a tranquil bay of Cape Panwa, Amatara Resort & Wellness features 105 rooms and suites, each with its own private balcony and sea view. The stunning Premier Sea View rooms, Pavilions and Suites set new standards in comfort and design. The ultimate Pool Villas feature their own private pool, guaranteeing unforgettable luxury and privacy. The lush resort also offers the finest gourmet cuisines and one of the region’s best ocean-view spa facilities.

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