About Rayavadee Krabi
A member of The Leading Hotels Of The World, Rayavadee is situated in the heart of Krabi’s beautiful Phranang Peninsula on the border of Krabi Marine National Park, an area renowned for its natural beauty and rich flora, fauna and marine life. Rayavadee is surrounded on all sides by beaches and two of the three beaches are often mentioned amongst the best of Southeast Asia. Railay Beach, a large crescent-shaped swathe of sand framed by dramatic limestone cliffs, is considered one of the best rock climbing destinations in the world. Phranang Beach is celebrated for its beautiful soft white sand and for its shrine to a local princess of lore.
The resort’s 96 two-storey pavilion and 5 luxurious villas are dotted throughout tropical gardens and coconut groves just a few minutes’ walk from Railay and Phranang Beach and feature fully equipped, spacious accommodation and stylish Thai-inspired details throughout. The pavilion’ unique design and award-winning architecture blends perfectly with the resort’s natural surroundings whilst the villas offer another level of luxury and space with dedicated butler service.
Rayavadee offers a rare combination of exotic locale, attentive, personalised service and a choice of unique venues in which to celebrate your memorable day. Here they specialise in small, intimate group affairs ranging from 2 up to 50 persons. Keeping the groups small allows them to devote more personalised attention and care to your needs while at the same time maintaining a high level of service at all time for our other resort guests.
Note 1: A minimum 3 nights stay is required for a wedding at Rayavadee. This minimum number of nights is required in order for the Rayavadee wedding to be a complete experience for the bridal couple and their guests. We find that due to our location, which is accessible only by boat, that the best way to achieve this experience is for wedding guests to stay with us at the resort.
Note 2: In order to be able to offer you the very best personalised care and attention throughout your wedding event, Rayavadee does not accept wedding bookings for between 15 December and 15 January, Valentine’s Day as well as 12-17 April during the resort’s annual peak holiday period.
Note 3: We are sorry to say that the floating lanterns and fireworks are the activities that were not allowed to do at the area due to the National Marine Park regulation. For your information that the resort is located in the area of National Marine Park thus some activities that may harm the nature will be limited.