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Hyatt Regency Phuket ranked in Thailand’s Top 10 Family Resorts by Australia’s Holidays with Kids magazine

Phuket Thailand
October 2017

Hyatt Regency Phuket proudly announces its inclusion in the Top 10 Family Resorts in Thailand.
The resort has been voted number 3 by Holidays with Kids, one of Australia’s most renowned travel magazines and online platforms.  

Holidays with Kids’ readers have awarded the resort with this prestigious award and have personally experienced the facilities, the family-friendly ambience and the outstanding service of Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort.

Permanently driven by our higher purpose to care for our guests so that they can be their best, the hotel is thriving consistently to create unforgettable experiences in their guest’s lives, regardless of their age, gender and generation. 

The many positive comments received by travelers have contributed to this significant award, commenting positively on the resort’s large swimming pool, popular for being one of Phuket’s longest infinity pool, the unparalleled ocean views over Kamala Bay, the employees’ warm approach, the personal care and the natural attitude of the associates.
 
We always thrive to go the extra mile, with our numerous in-and-out-door activities for kids, the colorful and well-equipped kids camp featuring stunning views of the Andaman Sea close to the romantic candle-light settings at Sunset Grill.

The Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort is located on the west coast of Phuket, nestled on the hillside overlooking Kamala Cove at the southern tip of Kamala Beach, just a 15 min. drive from the popular entertainment district of Patong. The 201-rooms & suites resort offers the calm side of the famous west coast.

Well-enclosed in Kamala Bay and close to the fishing village we are surrounded by forested hills in one of the most beautiful corners in Phuket. Guests can reach the hotel from the airport with a 35 min. drive by a variety of transportation modes, including hotel limousines, airport taxis and shuttle buses.

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