Six Senses Yao Noi

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$ 1066

Property Location When you stay at Six Senses Yao Noi in Ko Yao, you'll be by the ocean and 10 minutes by car from Ao Phang-nga National Park. This 5-star resort is 18.5 mi (29.8 km) from Ao Nang Beach and 18.6 mi (29.9 km) from Nopparat Thara Beach. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Property Location When you stay at Six Senses Yao Noi in Ko Yao, you'll be by the ocean and 10 minutes by car from Ao Phang-nga National Park. This 5-star resort is 18.5 mi (29.8 km) from Ao Nang Beach and 18.6 mi (29.9 km) from Nopparat Thara Beach. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. - Ao Phang-nga National Park - 8.3 km / 5.1 mi - Ao Nang Beach - 29.8 km / 18.5 mi - Nopparat Thara Beach \- 29.9 km / 18.6 mi - West Railay Beach - 31.2 km / 19.4 mi - Khlong Muang Beach - 31.6 km / 19.6 mi - Walking Street - 31.8 km / 19.8 mi - East Railay Beach - 33.8 km / 21 mi -...

56 Moo 5, Koh Yao Noi, อำเภอ เกาะยาว พังงา 82160, Thailand - Phang-nga, Phang-nga - Thailand - 82160

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Solid 4.5 Star Hotel

Reviewed 22 march, 2023

The short of it: I consider this a very good 4.5 star hotel, but rate it 5 on here since that is not an option. Go to Yao Noi if you are looking to be totally secluded, as we were. The property is built upon a jungle hillside, and the paths you walk are gorgeous with nature all around you (and great for pictures). Listening to how load the bugs/birds get at certain points while sitting on your deck is so relaxing, and something we will never forget. Our favorite moment was taking the day tour to see the Phi Phi Islands with our amazing guide, Lee. Yes, when you go to the developed islands and town, it is not the peaceful relaxing experience you're probably looking for. However, when you're snorkeling, checking out Maya Beach and all of the other gorgeous spots they bring you to.... you truly feel like you are in paradise. The hotel is weathered a little bit, but its not bad and even adds to its personality being so secluded a bit. The service is warm & helpful, but also never got the same type of personal feel as at some other resorts. Remember, since you are in the jungle it will be humid, and there will be some wildlife, but that's all part of the experience. One great thing to note - we had asked a month before if an ocean view room opened up to let us know. Two days before our reservation they reached out saying one had opened up, which we thought was great service.



Reviewed 17 march, 2023

We recently end a trip to Phuket by spending the last 4 nights at Six Senses Yao Noi. This was our first time at a Six Senses resort and based on our stay it will not be the last. One thing we have learned about the Thai people is that they are very prompt. Six Senses arranged our transportation from the hotel we were staying at to the pier for the speed boat ride to Yao Noi. Knowing their promptness, we arrived to the lobby at 11:15 for our 11:30 pick-up only to find the driver already waiting. Once at the pier we were offered a complimentary non-alcoholic drink while we waited for the speed boat. The ride to the resort took about 30 minutes. We were offered a cool towel and water for the trip. When we arrived at Six Senses, we were greeted by both our GEM Kat and Stephan. Though I’m not sure what his role/title was he made sure to always stop and chat with us when he saw us. Kat provided a quick tour of the property and then we arrived at our villa. When I made the reservation we shared that we were celebrating our 16th anniversary with them. The resort made us feel so special, from a complimentary bottle of wine and fruit to many personal notes wishing us well. Our villa (47) was incredible & overlooked the ocean. I greatly enjoyed the outdoor sitting area while my husband took advantage of the room pool. We enjoy walking and found the many paths relaxing. Very rarely did we see other people. The resort has 56 villas and we were told 54 were booked, the resort is spread out, so the only times we saw more than a couple people were when we ate at the restaurants. Six Senses makes it hard not to leave your room. We have many sitting areas, and amenities in the room. They provided an ample supply of still water, replenishing it twice a day. AA couple days we used the complimentary Trek bikes to rides around. We also saw people using the scooters. I’m not sure if you rented those or if they were complimentary. We enjoyed 2 spa treatments during our stay. I have been getting massages for over 20 years and they massage I received at the Six Senses Spa was the best I had ever had. My husband who isn’t the biggest fan of massages, jumped at the chance to have a second one. It was that good. We can’t say enough kind things about the staff. Whomever we saw always greeted us, asked us if we needed anything. Our GEM Kat was great. We told her we wanted to eat in town one night. Kat made all the arrangements for the taxi, reservation at the restaurant and then checking the day after on how our evening went. This was a great place to stay to wrap up our holiday.


Impressive resort in Phang Nga Bay

Reviewed 16 march, 2023

This Six senses resort has a very unique signature with traditional style bungalows build upon the hill. The setting is impressive and the quality and attention of the personnel is exceptionnel. One thing to consider- those traditional bungalow are not built to completely block out the wildlife, so expect mosquitos and lizards to sneak in your villa. They have pest control service so they can deal with it although in our case it took more than one attempt to get rid of the lizard. The food at all three restaurants is quite good, the one called the Dinning Room being the most exceptional and the Hilltop having the best views. The Spa is quite incredible as it seems to blend in with nature with treatment cabines individually built along a pathway in the jungle. The service at the spa is great with the therapist being very dedicated. One negative that I would not have expected from a six senses resort is the housekeeping service. We had a lizard problem as I mentioned and despite two request the droppings were never cleaned out. Also the excusions service are something that need improvement, the tours are well organized and the lunch service is quite nice but the itinerary seems to be subject to last minutes changes so I would recommend to discuss and point out every single place you wish to see otherwise you might end up missing out on some of the sights.


Perfect stay

Reviewed 13 march, 2023

This place exceeded all my expectations by a long way. It's taken me while to write this review, but it's worth it. The service is another level great, with personalized care that's exceptional. The breakfast is ridiculously good, and I'm not a big morning person. The staff went out of their way to help, they even ordered things for us that weren't on the menu (lobster etc) for us to enjoy the following day. I cannot recommend this place enough. Book well ahead of time, it gets booked up quickly and quite rightly. Enjoy :)


Fantasy can become reality

Reviewed 10 march, 2023

There’s an old show on television called Paradise Island. Well, I’ve found it. An absolute haven of unspoilt tranquility. The hotel, the staff and the location are all simply wonderful. The hotel is an all villa oasis of calm with impeccable service and amenities. From your own GEM (thanks go out to Kat for mine) to the hotel administrative staff, you can’t ask for more attentive, welcoming and friendly people. The hotel provides views to make beautiful dreams for years to come. My particular villa was an Ocean panorama pool villa, and it certainly lived up to its name. Fantastic views of Phang Nga Bay and the dotted islands in it, were accompanied by the sight of Sea Eagles souring past, hornbills resting on our villas roof and the occasional visit by Geckos, squirrels and even an Asian Tree Frog. The food is a mixture of Thai, Indian and other international fare, and is served from three small and cosy restaurants. We only tried two of the restaurants - the Living Room and the Dining Room. In both I was served superlative food by friendly and attentive staff. Go outside the hotel and travel around the small island and you will find the islands residents living a traditional way of life unspoilt by mass tourism. The local people are friendly and welcoming and most speak a small amount of English if you don’t speak Thai. This one has moved to the top of ‘my must visit again list’.