Cape Sienna Phuket Hotel

The Cape Sienna Phuket Hotel is set in part of Phuket known as ‘Millionaire’s Mile’, and the hotel more than lives up to the promise of its postcode.

The hotel is in an inspiring location. It’s positioned right on the headland overlooking Kamala Bay, so the vistas of the Andaman Sea are uninterrupted.

There’s plenty to keep you busy at the property, too. There’s a swimming pool, a spa, a rooftop bar and a couple of restaurants. Design-wise, it’s all white walls and oversized canvases that wouldn’t look out of place in a New York penthouse.

Overview of Kamala Beach

Kamala Beach can be found on the popular west coast of Phuket. The resort benefits from a central location, so it’s easy to reach from the airport and simple to visit other local towns.

Kamala Beach is a relatively quiet part of Phuket, so stays in the resort are enjoyed at a much slower pace than they are in lively nightlife spots like Patong Beach. If you’re looking for a holiday to Phuket where you can lounge on the beach and soak up an authentic Thai atmosphere, then you’ll hit the jackpot with the Cape Sienna Phuket Hotel.

Things to do in Kamala Beach

The Cape Sienna Phuket Hotel is only a five-minute walk away from Kamala Beach. If you don’t feel like walking, there’s a daily shuttle bus service that will take you there.

The market’s a great place to mingle with the locals. It visits every Friday and gives you the opportunity to sample street food and buy handmade wares.

Thailand’s famous FantaSea theme park is also only a five-minute drive away. Known as Thailand’s answer to Las Vegas, it’s home to cultural and animal shows, buffet dining and shopping. It also has the largest buffet in all of Asia. And for day trips, you’re also only 20 kilometres away from Phuket Town.

Stays in Kamala Beach are all about relaxation. After a holiday here, you’ll feel rested and recharged.


Resort Summary

Make the most of a Kamala Beach holiday by spending many hours enjoying the idyllic white sands in the area. There are next to no watersports available so you can lie back and listen to the sound of the sea lapping the sand without any pesky interruptions from jet-skis or banana boats.

However, you can enjoy a more traditional Thai mode of transport, the long tail boat. You’ll find them anchored just a short distance from the shore so you can jump onboard in no time. Float across the beautiful Andaman Sea as you soak up the lush surroundings and catch some gorgeous sunsets.​