About The Boathouse Phuket
The Boathouse Phuket is an inviting boutique hotel situated on the golden sands of Kata Beach in Phuket, Thailand. As you step onto the property, you are immediately captivated by the awe-inspiring views of the Andaman Sea, creating a sense of tranquility and luxury from the moment of arrival.
Rooms at The Boathouse Phuket are a harmonious blend of Thai elegance and modern comforts. The resort offers a diverse range of options, including tastefully designed rooms, spacious suites, and private beachfront villas. Each accommodation exudes a charming ambience with thoughtfully curated furnishings and amenities. Many units boast private balconies or terraces that open up to breathtaking vistas of the sea, allowing guests to unwind in serenity while relishing the ocean breeze.
Culinary enthusiasts will be enthralled by the exceptional dining experiences offered here. The Boathouse Restaurant stands as a culinary gem, renowned for its exceptional wine collection and exquisite menu featuring delectable grilled seafood and premium cuts of meat. The beachfront setting provides the perfect romantic backdrop, especially during captivating sunsets.
The Boathouse Phuket is not just a beautiful hotel; it’s a sanctuary of warm hospitality and exceptional service. The dedicated staff ensures that every guest’s needs are met with personalized attention, from arranging transportation to organizing unforgettable excursions in and around Phuket.
The team at The Boathouse Phuket also provide a full support wedding planning service on-site, an in-house team of talented florists and chefs to create bespoke menus and beautiful floral arrangements. Here you can choose from Western or Traditional Thai wedding ceremony, and have the celebration afterwards at a beachfront venue.
So whether you’re embarking on a romantic escapade or looking for a memorable wedding experience, The Boathouse Phuket promises an extraordinary experience that will linger in your heart for years to come.
Note: Blockout dates for weddings include 24th, 25th and 31st December (Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve) as well as 1st January (New Years Day)