Luxury Hotels and Resorts

Villa Zolitude Resort & Spa

Villa Zolitude Resort & Spa

Villa Zolitude Resort & Spa

Featuring 45 private pool villas, the Villa Zolitude Resort & Spa is built to celebrate the beauty and calmness of its surroundings in central Phuket. This is a stylish yet simple resort meant for romantic couples and others who are coming to relax in luxury. The larger units are well suited to families or groups, though this might not be a good choice for those with younger children.

The location is off the beaten track, but it’s also a relatively short ride to Patong Beach or Phuket Town or many other major attractions, so it also works well as a base for those who do want to see some of the island. Very strong reviews help make Villa Zolitude Resort & Spa rather popular, although they still do offer some very appealing special rates outside of peak travel season.

Rooms/suites/villas: 45
Area: Chalong
Category: 5-star

Room types

  • Deluxe Pool Villa
  • Grand Pool Villa
  • Two-Bedroom Villa
  • Four-Bedroom Villa

Special room features

  • Spacious lounge area
  • LCD TV
  • Large furnished private decks
  • Private swimming pool
  • Sunrise ocean views or natural forest hillside views

Rates

  • High season online specials from US$339 per night
  • Low season online specials from US$302 per night

Check online specials, photos, and more details for the Villa Zolitude Resort Phuket

Restaurants and bars

  • 180° Grill and View
  • Coffee Corner
  • Private dining
  • In-villa BBQ

Resort features

  • Swimming pool
  • Library
  • Cooking classes

Spa information

The Zense Spa offers a wide variety of massages and other pampering treatments, in luxurious treatment rooms that are both open and private.

Nearby activities

Distance from Phuket International Airport

39 km / 24 miles – 50 minutes by car

What the reviews say

Reviews for the Villa Zolitude Resort & Spa are generally extremely favorable, with many guests remarking that this is the best Phuket resort they’ve stayed in, among many. Nearly all compliment the property on its peaceful and gorgeous atmosphere and attentive service. Most guests spend the vast majority of their holiday on the property, and they say the food and facilities are fabulous for those purposes.

The few criticisms of this resort seem to center around its remoteness. This resort is not near the beach or the major nightlife centers, and taxis can even be challenging to get, so it’s a poor choice for anyone coming to Phuket to see the sights and go to nightclubs. However, those seeking a restful holiday should find this to be a great choice, and off season rates can be quite reasonable as well.

 

Content retrieved from: https://www.phuketbeachluxury.com

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