Trisara in the Press

Explore a selection of recently published Trisara stories.

2019

Forbes, 2019

 

Trisara is a breath of fresh air. Located on the northwest side of the island it is only about 20 minutes from the airport but feels a world away. As soon as you arrive, the lush, quiet grounds make you feel as if you are the only ones enjoying this fabulous island. The resort has three on-property restaurants, lots of suites and villas to choose from, even some huge five-, six- or seven-bedroom villas, perfect for large families. There is also a private beach on the property, as well as full-service spa and fitness center.

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Robb Report Malaysia, 2019

With constant news of a climate in peril, some of the world’s most luxurious properties are joining the green revolution with a variety of inventive techniques. Many hotels are making an eco-friendly start with simple methods such as switching plastic straws for the paper variety and providing guests with drinking water from reusable glass bottles, however, we’ve found a few resorts around the globe that don’t think that’s nearly enough.

From anti-poaching initiatives in South Africa and coral-reef restoration projects in Mexico, to solar panels in the Maldives that help offset the equivalent of hundreds of flights per year, these 10 resorts are going above and beyond in an effort to make every day Earth Day.

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Gallivanter’s Guide, 2019

The discerning readers of The Gallivanter’s Guide have voted Trisara as Best Resort Worldwide, World’s Best Resort Cuisine, Editor’s Choice – Best Spa and Best Resort South East Asia. This is particularly important to us as these awards are voted upon by their readers in over 40 countries, many of whom are our guests.

Trisara is back at the top this year with many readers citing the  quality of its recent refurbishment and its new Michelin-star restaurant, Pru, which has really raised the game in this part of Thailand.

 

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The Telegraph India, 2019

“I must mention my stay at the fabulous Trisara (www.trisara.com), one of the most luxurious laid-back resorts on the island. “I really believe that luxury is the outcome of an experience and not a product,” says the Australian managing director and general manager of the property, Anthony Lark. This describes Trisara in a nutshell. It exceeds your expectations at every corner. Trisara is on the northwest of the island on a private beach overlooking the Andaman Sea. All the 39 villas have private pools and most of them have sea views. Just in case you fall in love with the property, they also have private residences you can buy! The hotel has the only Michelin-starred restaurant, PRU, on the island. PRU is open to non-residents too and is certainly worth the drive even if you’re not staying at Trisara. The main restaurant has a deck with an international menu, seafood dinners on Fridays and a magnificent Sunday brunch with French champagne.”

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Conde Nast Traveller, 2019

Take your profession of love to the next level with a destination proposal paired to your travelling style

For the special someone who just can’t get enough pampering,consider a wellness ritual in luxurious surroundings. Work with a well-being expert to create a bespoke hours- or days-long spa journey. At the end, with mind and body in a blissful state, add to the good vibes with the ultimate profession of love and devotion. Where Thailand is more than the sum of its paradisiacal parts, acclaimed as a destination for well-being, too. In Phuket, check into one of Trisara’s (doubles from AED 2,510; 0066-7631 0100, trisara.com) private pool suites with ocean views, which will serve as a sumptuous base in between Jara Spa’s award-winning treatments that include a six-hand massage. Curated to each spa guest, experiences are rooted in traditional Thai healing practices and use the spirit of the surrounding nature to restore.

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Harper Bazaar, 2019

The road to paradise is indeed windy, but fringed with coconut trees and seafoam at the shores of the Andaman, you just know you’re going somewhere exquisite as the chauffeur-driven Volvo XC50 cruises up the tropical hills of northwest Phuket towards this private luxury villa resort. It’s only 15 minutes away from the new Phuket International Airport, but it feels a world away. I arrive at the welcome pavilion, perched on a level overlooking the beachfront, where on this breezy day, rows of coconut trees sway their big hellos as the waves of the Andaman Sea leap up high, in some kind of symphonic show.

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Lifestyle Asia, 2019

With a level of luxury and seclusion unparalleled in Phuket, Trisara lives up to its reputation as a garden set amongst the heavens. Far away from the busy tourist hubs of the island, the tranquil resort combines everything you need for a blissful weekend away, from infinity pools to yoga salas, a rejuvenating spa and world-class Western and Thai cuisine. The next time you’re planning a quick weekend getaway, this lush garden paradise should be at the top of your bucket list.

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Billionaire, 2019

A luxury eco resort in Phuket is setting the benchmark for sustainability.

There’s nowhere quite like Trisara, an exclusive boutique hotel set on Phuket’s less-visited north-west coast. Jaw-dropping ocean views roll out from every villa over a sparkling half-moon bay, begging to be snorkelled. With a name that lives up to its translation, “the garden in the third heaven,”it comes as little surprise that the well-heeled journey here from all over the world.

Privacy is the unspoken rule. Aside from the peaked red rooftops which intermittently pierce the jungle, you feel completeley alone. Elegant and understated, each villa has its own infinity pool screened by lush hedges of vivid birds of paradise flowers. It makes the outdoor shower an irresistable, gloriously secluded, morning ritual. (Side note – Trisara has been listed as one of the world’s best places for a skinny dip).

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CITY A.M., 2019

This is where the glamour comes in. Renowned for its authentic food, Trisara is the grande dame of Phuket’s five-star beachside boutique scene. In sanskrit, it means “the garden in the third heaven” and, since its opening in 2004, it’s grown to 60 spacious pool villas and two-six bedroom private residences, all with breathtaking views of the Andaman Sea and its hibiscus-hued sunsets.

It’s utterly tranquil, located in the upmarket north eastern part of the island, well away from the pumping heart of sleazy Patong, and a convenient 15 minutes’ drive from the airport.

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The Business Time, 2019

Release of Turtle HatchlingsTrisara, a luxury eco resort in Phuket, is setting the benchmark for sustainability

There’s nowhere quite like Trisara, an exclusive boutique hotel set on Phuket’s less-visited north-west coast. Jaw-dropping ocean views roll out from every villa over a sparkling half-moon bay, begging to be snorkelled. With a name that lives up to its translation, “the garden in the third heaven”, it comes as little surprise that the well-heeled journey here from all over the world.

“In fact, everything at Trisara translates into sustainability. There is the anti-plastic policy in the villas (sleek glass water bottles line the fridges and bathroom toiletries are kept in elegant wooden bottles).

There is the upcycled Thai antique wood furniture in the rooms and the grey-water recycling systems which keep the grounds lush and green. But you know you must be doing something right when you have two large green-backed sea turtles returning to your beach after a decade, to lay their eggs.”

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The Indepenedent, 2019

Trisara l Signature Ocean View Pool SuiteBest for the boho crowd: Trisara

Trisara is one of those hotels spoken about in hushed tones by those in the know, keen to keep this island treasure to themselves. There are hammocks to laze in, yachts to sail in, and a heavenly-scented spa. At Pru, home to Phuket’s only Michelin-starred restaurant, feast on river prawns with XO sauce and wood-fired duck; the laughter-filled Sunday brunch is the best on the island. Then there are the villas: vast, creamy affairs with private pools so generously spaced apart you can happily swim naked.

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Hong Kong Tatler, 2019

Shake off those preconceptions of tourist-packed Thailand—Trisara Phuket delivers secluded luxury in style. Perched on a private bay along Phuket’s north-west coast, Trisara’s spacious suites and villas each boast their own wow-worthy infinity pool along with sweeping Andaman Ocean views.

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2018

Bangkok Post, 2018

Trisara Phuket hits the spot as a resort with plenty to do and enjoy

Some resorts can be a destination in themselves. Especially one with plenty of activities and things to do on site. After 20 minutes in a posh Volvo SUV from Phuket International Airport and a few winding…

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Luxury Defined, 2018

It’s testament to the skill of the resort’s design team that each of the 48 villas and residences at Trisara, on the Thai island of Phuket, combines unspoiled views of the Andaman Sea with a lush garden setting that offers utter privacy. Fringed by more than a mile of private beach, an artfully managed canopy of old-growth trees and plants surrounds the accommodations, as well as two restaurants, a spa, gym, tennis courts, and Muay Thai boxing ring.

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Forbes, 2018

The sun setting over the lone, craggy little rock of an island that lies in front of you in the Andaman Sea looks like a scene out of a classical Japanese painting. As you step onto your teak deck at the Trisara Resort, it doesn’t take but a moment to realize why this Thai property’s name in Sanskrit means the “Garden in the Third Heaven.”

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Robb Report Singapore, 2018

After a massive revamp last year, Trisara resort in Phuket relaunched as a Pool villas-only resort. The extensive renovation saw the refurbishment of its pool villas and addition of new villa categories, a spa, an innovative farm-to-table restaurant, and the introduction of unique personalised services. While the right thing to do is to just chill by your private pool and enjoy the serenity of the surroundings, provided by the forest canopy of the resort’s ‘managed jungle’ setting, there are good reasons to step away from your villa.

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2017

Jetsetter, 2017

If wedding planning stress is getting to you, here’s our number one tip: plan a relaxing, luxurious honeymoon. Here are 10 swoon-worthy honeymoon destinations that are sure to take your mind off guests lists and flower arrangements and on post-nuptial bliss.

With its tropical air, turquoise water, and smiling locals, Phuket is a honeymooners’ paradise. There’s no shortage of incredible resorts, but for the height of luxury, we’d recommend Trisara.

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Robb Report, 2017

At 12 years old, Trisara was certainly not dated; its rooms were neither cramped nor run down. But that didn’t stop the exclusive Thai resort from embarking on an extensive renovation last year. Completed in December, the makeover was not a reinvention but rather an expansion and refinement that renovated the property’s 15 opulent villas with Thai silk furnishings, teak walls, and private decks and pools. Two restaurants elevate the island cuisine, while the new Jara Spa puts wellness front and center. Unchanged are the vistas—stretching beyond one of Phuket’s only private-access beaches and over the sparkling Andaman Sea—seen from virtually every gleaming corner of the resort ($720–$3,430).

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Daily Mail Online, 2017

I was in the north, which was as green as the Lake District but with slightly hotter weather. I stayed in a resort called Trisara, which turned out to be the classiest, most attractive and tasteful resort I have ever visited. The owners are a Thai family who have made their money in banking, so it’s not partof a large hotel group. Privately owned places usually manage to retain their personality and character, I find.

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AEWorld, 2017

For those looking for a destination filled with culture, stunning beaches and landscapes, luxurious hotels and delicious food, then look no further than Thailand’s largest island, Phuket. With only a 6 hour direct flight from Dubai to Phuket, this beautiful destination is now even more accessible and the perfect place to escape to for an indulgent, long weekend. Boasting lush, tropical rain-forests, stunning offshore islands to explore, world class diving, golf and heavenly spas, this island really does cater to all. After a recent trip to this tropical paradise, we have listed our top hotels should you wish to get away from it all!

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Savoteur, 2017

 

You could go the usual route this Valentine’s Day — a bouquet, a nice dinner, tearing through a box of chocolates together while standing in the kitchen. Or you could seriously amp up the romance. This year, book a vacation in a sexy hotel room and let the ambience speak for itself. We’ve selected rooms from around the world that are guaranteed to turn up the sizzle.

Unplug from your everyday woes and indulge your senses at this stunning Thai resort. This suite floats above the manicured jungle and gives you the highest vantage point. Soak up the sun and scenery, take a dip in your infinity pool and then close the curtains on your panoramic view.

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Robb Report, 2017

SNEAK PEAK: PHUKET’S RENOVATED TRISARA RESORT IS A PICTURESQUE PIECE OF PARADISE

Why Go: Encircled by a verdant jungle and the Andaman Sea, Phuket’s five-star Trisara beach resort (from $2,000 per night) is a slice of heaven on earth.

Equipped with private plunge pools and expansive oceanfront decks, the resort’s red-roofed villas promise a secluded stay. Recent renovations—including a new restaurant, a refreshed spa, and updated villas—have made the retreat even more inviting.

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