Life is Suite at the Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villas

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The 2-bedroom Royal Villa at the Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villas in Thailand.
The 2-bedroom Royal Villa at the Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villas in Thailand.

The Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villas in Thailand is taking luxury to a new level with its Taste of the Suite Life package. Guests are invited to live like a king or queen at the indulgent resort with a 3-night stay in the Royal Villa. The 2-bedroom beachfront suite has its own 220-sq.-ft. private pool and spacious timber deck, and the package features guest privileges such as in-villa check-in and personalized host service to take care of any special request, plus a signature breakfast is served each day at the lagoon-edge restaurant La Sala.

Luxury experiences at the resort can include a romantic bath experience, in which the in-pool tub is laced with flowers, surrounded by candles and an aromatic oil burner. Guests can also enjoy a traditional Loy Krathong floating flower ceremony—a cultural practice where flowers are floated out onto water for good fortune.

Included in the package is the customizable Dining by Design experience, which can be enjoyed in a variety of settings—from a decorated table on the beachfront lawn at sunset, to a raised platform surrounded by shallow water flowing from the infinity pool, to the Tasting Room wine cellar, or even reclining on Thai cushions in a poolside sala. Guests can also collaborate with a personal chef to customize their menu, choosing from royal Thai recipes, flame-grilled delights, fresh seafood and authentic Italian cuisine. The dining experience is complemented with a bottle of 1990 Domaine Romanee Conti, one of the most rare and expensive bottles of Burgundy wine in the world. Selected by the resort’s award-wining wine guru Jirachai Sethisakko, a bottle of this exceptional vintage can sell at auction for upwards of $20,000. Rates for the Taste of the Suite Life package start at $26,987 per night. Bookings are available up until Dec. 25, 2016. For more information, visit