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Darn close to perfect

44/5 Moo 8 Sakdidesh Road T: (076) 60 2500 F: (076) 60 2555

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Radisson Plaza Resort

Our rating:
4 stars, based on 1 expert review

The Radisson Plaza sits on a beach suitable for swimming with picture perfect views.

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The 2009-built resort is stunning and was full at the time of research, which surprised us as it is so isolated from the rest of Phuket. But it's no wonder with fantastic rooms, a kids' club, two restaurants and free water sports. Most rooms have sea views but if you really want to splurge, book a deluxe villa – one of the best pool villas on Phuket. The deluxe villas feature a private pool, massive bedroom fit for a king, high ceilings, giant walk-in closets, indoor/outdoor showers and a jacuzzi big enough to drown in. This resort had the friendliest staff on Cape Panwa by a long shot and the free bus transfers to Central Festival Mall and Phuket Town seals the deal.

Last updated on 17th September, 2013.

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3,910 baht
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11,620 baht
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Radisson Plaza Resort

44/5 Moo 8 Sakdidesh Road
T: (076) 60 2500 F: (076) 60 2555
Room rates: 4,000B to 8,000B

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