Hotel Review: Le Meridien Khao Lak Resort & Spa, Phuket

We visited this resort during Phuket’s monsoon season and was lucky enough to have had only one day of torrential rain and the rest, only a couple of hours every day. We didn’t plan on doing much but relaxing at the resort so it didn’t quite matter. It was probably also why we were able to book such an amazing deal that came with UNLIMITED food and beverage. Yes, it is really unlimited in every sense of that word. You could order as many items as you wished and as often as you liked during your entire stay.

This resort was newly opened just before Covid hit Thailand and the world so it is still very new. It is located an hour away from Phuket International Airport and about 10-minutes away from the nearest town.

Upon arrival, we promptly escorted to a private check-in area where it was airconditioned unlike the rest of the lobby! The cool AC was very welcomed because we were not quite in our resort wear just yet.

Check-in was fast and easy. We were then escorted to our room and thanks to my Platinum status, we were upgraded to a Pool Access Room.

Dining at the resort did not get boring because the variety was simply huge!

One could always look forward to starting the day right with a great buffet breakfast at the main restaurant.

Then, there is the pool bar for drinks and snacks while you’re in the pool or a beach bar if you fancy that.

The resort has a very well equipped fitness centre and also offered daily activities to keep guests occupied. There are several pools to choose from and the spa offered great value for some pampering!

The best part of staying here is being able to marvel at the amazing shows put up by Mother Nature with its amazing sunsets!

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