Escape into a world of ultimate beauty. the Phuket pool Villa Yin fuses bold antiques such as 14th and 15th century Thai Buddhas, and ancient Burmese gongs, with modern works by artists Xiu Ciu Wen, David LaChapelle and Andy Warhol.
The attention to detail is astounding. Sleek materials such as dark hardwood terracing, marble and granite highlight the unique design statements introduced throughout the property: plate glass vanities and shower screens with pebble and bamboo inclusions, iridescent beaded bathtubs and glass stairways.
Villa Yin's five Thai-style pavilions - the entrance, guest, outdoor, main and master pavilions - are all connected by footpaths, but secluded by design. The estate also features a private stairwell from the cliff-edge pool to a natural, shallow swimming enclave in the sea below.
The state-of-the-art Villa Yin kitchen from Minotti, Italy, winner of Wallpaper Magazine’s Kitchen of the year 2006 and other luxury features such as wine cellar, sauna, massage room and home cinema all add to the beautifully appointed outdoor dining and chill out area with a 18-meter marble pool and expansive entertaining platforms.
My wife and I had the pleasure of staying at Villa Yin for several days and could not believe that we were staying in an example of paradise. The house is magnificent, the furniture is elegant and comfortable and the location and views were panoramic. However what we enjoyed the most about the house was how comfortable we felt and the ease of use allowed us to enjoy our stay immensely. The combination of such elegance, comfort and serenity is truly extraordinary and very hard to find anywhere.
If Phuket is the place to be, this is the place to be in Phuket!
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Khamala beach, Phuket, Thailand