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Stay for 7 nights and pay for 5 at Anantara Phuket

The luxurious pool villas of Anantara Phuket are located next to Phuket's longest beach and are close to the jungles of Sirinath National Park. To ensure that you have plenty of time to relax and unwind, Anantara Phuket is offering two free nights to those who pay for 5 nights - giving you a week's uninterrupted getaway. This isn't exactly an inexpensive holiday retreat - your seven day stay will set you back by $3,000 and change - for the hotel stay.

Qatar Airways flies directly to Phuket from Doha while other Middle East airlines fly to Bangkok from where you can get convenient domestic connections to Phuket.


Anantara Phuket Villas
888 Moo 3 ,Tumbon Mai Khao,

Amphur Thalang, Phuket 83110

Thailand

Tel: +66 (0) 7633 6100

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