Rest and relax at Club Med Phuket
Parents, it’s time to take a break from the mad rush and crazy routines with an all-inclusive family holiday at Club Med Phuket!
Club Med Phuket is one of the most popular resort destinations for family holidays. Famously known for their unique ‘all-inclusive’ holiday concept, you can look forward to a getaway where everything is taken care of – from a host of fun activities for the whole family to superb food, drinks, snacks and childcare services.
About Club Med Phuket
Club Med Phuket offers a sanctuary of relaxation for families who are looking to take a break from their busy daily lives. Nestled on the bay of Kata, Club Med Phuket in Thailand brings you closer to the most beautiful, unspoilt wonders of nature. The long-house style villas open up to the serenity of an idyllic garden where you can practice yoga and meditate beneath frangipani trees.
Here’s a quick look at some of things that the whole family can enjoy during your stay at Club Med Phuket:
Wine and dine
With the all-inclusive holiday concept, you can be assured that all your meals and beverages will be taken care of during your stay at Club Med Phuket. Head down to the Main Restaurant to enjoy a lavish spread of international cuisine. You can choose to enjoy your meals at any of the dining pavilions that are designed and named according to the 5 senses: Saveurs (taste), Fragrances (smell), Music (hear), Colours (sight) and Material (touch).
Families who are looking to celebrate and indulge with a unique dining experience can make a reservation at the Specialty Restaurant. Overlooking the beautiful terraces and the Zen pool, the setup of this restaurant is inspired by the oriental Festival of Lanterns. You can also request for the service of a Sommelier who will guide you on matching your food with the right bottle of wine.
The spectacular oval-shaped bar is the main meeting place at Club Med Phuket, where you can mingle, enjoy refreshing drinks and take in the breathtaking ocean views. By night, the bar transforms into a hip and happening hangout spot with a special lighting effect.
Be sure to check out the special themed shows put up by the Gracious Organisers (G.O.s) every night. One show that is a top favourite of guests at the resort is ‘Stomera’, a circus show that incorporates music, lights, dances and flying trapeze acts.
Find out more about the fun-filled activities that await you and your kids at Club Med Phuket!
Pamper and relax
Parents who are looking to spend some quiet time together during their stay at Club Med Phuket can make use of the adults-only Zen Pool. Located in front of the specialty restaurant with comfortable long chairs and gazebos, this dedicated quiet space offers a spectacular view of Karon Bay.
You can also treat youself to a pampering session of traditional Thai massage and spa treatment at the Club Med Spa. All massage and spa treatments are administered using products from French luxury brand, Payot.
A world of fun for the whole family
While mum and dad relax at the quiet space of the Zen Pool, the little ones can enjoy their own playtime at the Kids’ Palace. Let them join in the fun activities hosted by the G.O.s through the following the following kids clubs: Petit Club Med (2-3 years old), Mini Club Med (4-10 years old) and UTOPIA – Passworld (11-17 years old).
To explore the natural wonders of the island, you can also book a day tour to various places around Phuket. Make a trip to the UNESCO listed site of Phang Nga Bay and discover the beauty of Phi-Phi Island with a speed boat. For days when you’re feeling adventurous, you can also set off on a nature safari at Khao Lak and enjoy an ‘off the beaten track’ tour of Phuket by jeep.
Book now and go!
Ready to pack your bags for a relaxing family holiday at Club Med Phuket? Call the reservation hotline at 1800 CLUB MED (258 2633) or contact your preferred travel agent to book a family getaway package.
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