Feel like a pampered star in Absolute Suite at Cape Panwa

Privacy and luxury in the Absolute Suite at Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket.
Privacy and luxury in the Absolute Suite at Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket.

WITH a private spa room, an infinity pool and your own chef on hand to whip up whatever you fancy, Cape Panwa Hotel's new Absolute Suite offers the ultimate in luxury.

Located on the quiet south-eastern point of Phuket in Thailand, Cape Panwa Hotel, part of the prestigious Cape Hotel Collection, offers guests both luxury and privacy with the launch of its new Absolute Suite.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom sprawling glass-encased penthouse offers awe-inspiring 360-degree views across the beautiful Andaman Sea, allowing guests to feel a world away from home.

The Absolute Suite has its own private elevator and a separate spa, giving guests complete privacy from the rest of the hotel.

But guests are still able to take advantage of the 11 restaurants and bars and the hotel's 300-metre private beach.

The Absolute Suite's other privileges include use of a Mercedes-Benz during the stay, personal butlers and access to the hotel's yacht, for that true VIP experience.

Prices for The Absolute Suite start at THB 35,000 (about $1150) a night, with complimentary sparkling wine, afternoon canapés and private in-suite breakfast by a personal chef. Other accommodation starts from THB 3500 (about $115).

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