JW Marriott Resort and Spa, Phuket

JW Marriott Resort and Spa overview

This multi award-winning JW Marriott Resort and Spa beautifully located on the glorious Mai Khai Beach, is a real tropical fantasy for the whole family. The JW Marriott Resort and Spa gives off an imperial presence and an oasis of pure relaxation in the middle of wonderful coconut plantation. Immersed in this splendor you can enjoy the Mandara Spa where scrubs, wraps, manicures, facials and ... massages are available. There are also 3 large swimming pools, whirlpool, jogging trail, sailing, sauna, snorkelling and tennis to keep you occupied. ACCOMMODATION – JW Marriott Resort and Spa has 265 rooms on 3 floors, all with garden, sea or pool views, balcony or terrace including all modcons. Rooms with double or twin beds, sleeping max 3 adults, or 2 adults and 1 child. FOR KIDS – JW Marriott Resort and Spa have a supervised children's and young teens' clubs. The Thais adore children and the children just can't wait to get to the Kids Club each day which has a fun-filled and varied activities program.
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