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Hotel designers lay on the luxury

Jez Abbott
18 Mar 2019

A hotel's in-house design team has unveiled a villa in one of the world's most exotic locations.

The View is an ultra-spacious one-bedroom snug on a small island in the breathtaking Phang Nga Bay in Thailand.

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas runs 15 resorts and 31 spas in 21 countries and its design team chose the location for its latest luxury bolthole for its panoramic views of the Andaman sea. 

High on a hill, the 225sqm villa has Thai-inspired interiors infused with a contemporary twist and boasts infinity pool, private cinema, sunken dining area, private upper-deck and fitness studio.

All main walls are made of glass offering 360-degree views of the iconic limestone karsts of Phang Nga Bay. Surrounding decks blend seamlessly with the pristine jungle environment of the island.

As well as its own its own dedicated 'guest experience manager', lunches can be enjoyed from a floating tray in the pool while barbecue dinners are served by a private chef.

Located between Phuket and Krabi, the almost-untouched isle of Yao Noi lies a 45-minute speedboat journey from Phuket. Six Senses Yao Noi is home to 55 elevated pool villas.

Built on the site of a former rubber plantation, the resort's lush landscaped gardens and mangrove forests hide a selection of rustic but contemporary guest villas.

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