COMO Point Yamu Stories
Located on the quieter east coast peninsula of Phuket, COMO Point Yamu provides 360 degree views across the sparkling Andaman Sea and the ancient limestone karsts of the UNESCO protected Phang Nga Bay. Boasting stylish interiors designed by Italian designer, Paola Navone, the décor offers a cool palette of white, blue and green to perfectly complement the natural oceanfront surroundings. The vast windows allow the inside and outside areas to flow seamlessly, plus the generous lounge areas are chic, yet uncluttered. From the twelve Bay Rooms, and fifteen Verandah Rooms, to the twenty-one Bay Suites and nine Bay Pool Suites, guests will simply adore the floor-to-ceiling windows, Mediterranean décor, natural light, crisp-white linen and breathtaking views. For the ultimate in style and space, the impressive COMO Suite has two-bedrooms, an outdoor pool, large balcony and outdoor lounge areas - ideal for soaking-up the sun and drinking-in the sublime views.
In addition to these dramatic, elevated views from the tip of Cape Yamu guests can indulge in superb pampering and wellness treatments at the COMO Shambhala Retreat spa. With holistic, Asian-inspired therapies, yoga studio, steam room, Jacuzzi and gym, there is every excuse to relax and rejuvenate within its eight luxury treatment rooms. For those keen to embrace a holistic approach to their stay, guests can also indulge in healthy COMO Shambhala cuisine; or enjoy cultural Thai cooking lessons. The resort's two world-class restaurants, La Sirena and Nahmyaa provide a mouth-watering selection of Italian and Thai dishes respectively, with Nahmyaa offering Thai street food specialities. From the traditional Thai flavours of hot, salty, sweet and sour, to the refreshing cocktails and light snacks served at the Aqua Bar or Lobby Lounge, there is plenty to savour. From private oceanfront living, to enjoying the privacy of the COMO Beach Club - located on a secluded island twenty minutes away by boat - exploring Phuket and Phang Nga Bay is a must-do experience. The nearby Marina Pier hosts a series of excursions and private boat trips to nearby beaches, islands and dive sites, plus the area is a renowned yachting destination. Watersports are another major attraction, with visitors able to dive, snorkel, kayak, sail, rock-climb and go fishing. Alternatively, cultural tours of Phuket and its old town are also available.