Explore a selection of recently published Trisara stories.
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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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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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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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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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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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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As part of Phuket pool villa-only resort Trisara‘s relaunch after a big renovation, it’s unveiled a new restaurant with a farm-to-table concept.
Pru takes its name from Pru Jumpa, the area where the resort’s own organic farm is located. Here, executive chef Jim Ophorst (who recently won the national round of San Pellegrino’s Young Chefs award) works with local producers like the neighboring goat farm and even goes foraging himself to create the likes of the eggplant selection dish, made of four kinds of eggplants cooked in five different ways—think textures of cream, mash, roast, crisp and puff—served with a sauce of five types of basil and house-made bottarga (cured fish roe).
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