Avani Hotels & Resorts has officially opened its latest resort and the first in Thailand’s southern beach town of Krabi, Avani Ao Nang Cliff Krabi Resort
Centrally located, Avani Ao Nang Cliff Krabi Resort boasts stunning views of limestone formations rising up from the Andaman Sea. Just steps away from local cafes and bars, as well as the ever-popular AoNang Night Market, visitors can immerse themselves in the bustling social scene while still being able to enjoy Ao Nang’s natural beauty.
The contemporary 178 guest rooms and villas reflect Krabi’s natural landscape and are designed to deliver a peaceful sleep experience. The private villas sitting further uphill on the property boasts stunning sunset views, with a pool and relaxation area creating a private sanctuary, perfect for honeymooners.
The picturesque setting makes an idyllic backdrop for rejuvenation and pampering at the resorts spa with every treatment tailored to the guest’s goal, whether it is to combat jetlag or to relax in pure bliss. AvaniAo Nang Cliff Krabi Resort will feature an elevated swimming pool for spectacular sunsets, along with an indoor gym designed to keep up with any active lifestyle. Families will love the indoor and outdoor playgrounds at AvaniKids, along with engaging family activities.
Avani Ao Nang Cliff Krabi Resort will showcase four new dining and drinking venues for a diverse offering to satisfy every taste. Orchid Bar, by the pool, will serve hearty snacks and artisanal cocktails. Pano Caféwill greet guests every morning with a deliciously replenishing breakfast, from fresh omelettes to traditional Thai rice porridge sets. Sundowners at the resort’s centrepiece, The Cliff, an infinity pool bar overlooking the cliff onto the Andaman, its mesmerising view complimented with a wide selection of handcrafted cocktails, wines and craft beer. Last but not least is the upcoming The Peak, a rooftop bar that will be opening with enchanting beverages and chillout beats.
Krabi is renowned as a beach lovers’ paradise and an island-hopping mecca. Its clear waters are dotted with around 200 islands of all shapes and sizes. Visitors come to Krabi from all over the world to scubadive, snorkel, kitesurf, sail, or just float along Phang Nga Bay into the Andaman Sea. There is no shortage of aquatic activities. For those who prefer to explore the land, there are pristine jungles, mangrove forests, and waterfalls, as well as inspiring temples and quaint villages that welcome visitors all along the coastal province.