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Cape Panwa Hotel

27, 27/7 Mu 8, Sakdidej Road, Cape Panwa, Phuket 83000 Thailand
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Cape Panwa Hotel embodies tropical luxury in one of the world's most desirable destinations. Tucked away in a quiet corner of southeast Phuket, It villa is renowned for its excellent service, stylish rooms and exclusive swimming pool. Blending superbly with the natural beauty of the area, the hotel is comprised of a selection tastefully decorated suites and pool villas. Thailand's premier luxury chain of Villa and Serviced Apartments.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Evening entertainment
Nightclub / DJ
Babysitting
Parking
Free internet
Wifi
Public wifi
Internet
Outdoor pool
Private pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
Free shuttle or taxi services
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Spa
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Concierge
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Room features
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Suites
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Private beach
Minibar
Flatscreen TV
Housekeeping
Private balcony
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Safe
Refrigerator
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We will classify this as one of our very good holidays. It lives up to its five star reputation. The rooms are spacious and clean, the views are lovely, the atmosphere is calming. It's hidden away on a hill away from the noise of the city. It has its own private beach which is an extra bonus. The staff are very efficient and friendly. A very special mention to Jennifer at the breakfast restaurant who made our stay enjoyable. Also Simon the manager and the the rest of the team. When next we visit Thailand we would be definitely staying here as we have fallen in love with this place.
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Response from capeandkantary, Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket Management at Cape Panwa Hotel
Responded 5 days ago
Dear SylviaD123, Thank you very much indeed for sending us this complimentary and rewarding review of your first visit to Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket. We are delighted to read that we made such a good impression on you. We will pass on your appreciation to Jennifer and we look forward to the pleasure of seeing you both back with us on your next visit to Thailand. Cape and Kantary Hotels supports SOS Children’s Villages and the TSPCA. We do not serve foie gras, birds’ nest or shark’s fin and we stand firmly against the exploitation of Thai elephants for commerce or entertainment. Sincerely yours, Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket Management
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My partner [Sue] and i stayed from the 14th Nov to the 29th Nov 2018. What a fabulous time we had. The hotel is in a great location. The food is Delicious no one can say they could not find something to eat. The staff are so attentive. We stayed in room U317. View was great this is junior suite. Best cleaner in any hotel we have ever stayed at. Sue wanted to bring her home. Sandie and the crew in the Bamboo bar never stop, same with all the garden staff. All have a smile on there faces. Simon the manager always has time to stop and chat. Go you will not be disappointed. We made some great friends and have some fantastic memories Thank you to Simon and the whole team. :):):):)
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Response from KasemkijS, Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket Management at Cape Panwa Hotel
Responded Dec 9, 2018
Dear maxpod, Thank you for your very enthusiastic review of your stay at Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket and for your generous recommendation. I can assure you that we all feel a sense of pride in a job well done when we receive this sort of feed-back from our guests. We hope that you may join the ranks of our many regular returning guests and that we may have the pleasure of seeing you back with us soon. Cape and Kantary Hotels supports SOS Children’s Villages and the TSPCA. We do not serve foie gras, birds’ nest or shark’s fin and we stand firmly against the exploitation of Thai elephants for commerce or entertainment. Sincerely yours, Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket Management
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We had booked a 7 night Luxury Escapes package and had upgraded our room to a Cape Suite. Transfers had been organised by the hotel and our driver was waiting despite our connecting flight being 90 minutes late. All meals were included in our package. Our suite was spacious and well appointed. Housekeeping was excellent and our suite was attended every morning while we were at breakfast. We did have a good sized balcony with water views. We only sat there one afternoon as we unfortunately were constantly being swooped by the Indian Myna birds. This was not a pleasant experience. Breakfast each morning was a buffet in Cafe Andaman and it was quite extensive. On our first morning I had put my plate of food on the table and just walked about ten steps to get a knife. I turned around and found three birds in my plate of food. I was so disgusted that I had to leave without breakfast that morning. These birds are an absolute menace in this area. The staff are constantly trying to shoo them away with little luck as it is an open area and these birds are lightening fast. If you could manage breakfast without the birds getting it first, then the rest of the day improved. The resort is large and spread over many acres. The Bamboo Bar was located on the beachfront and the little train was a great addition to get you up and down the steep hill. We always had lunch here and it was so peaceful looking out to sea and watching the boats. The food and the staff here were excellent. Our favourite restaurant for dinner was "Top of the Reef" which was fine dining with either a set menu or a la carte. Beside this restaurant was "Otter's Bar" which was also our favourite to enjoy a drink before or after dinner. There was a young lady here who played the piano and sang with an amazing voice. We enjoyed dinner twice at the Italian restaurant located in the village at the sister property. The addition of the complimentary shuttle bus to take you over the very steep hill was fantastic and enjoyed by every guest without doubt. Dining in the beautiful old "Panwa House" down on the waters edge was just lovely. Massages were also included in our package and were very enjoyable. The Spa is a beautiful and calming space. The fitness centre is very small and attached to the departure lounge. There were many children running in and out screaming which was not pleasant when trying to workout. The treadmills and bikes were new. Every other piece of equipment was really old and there was not even a rowing machine. It was particularly hot when I was there and I mentioned it to the guy when I handed in my towel as he sits in the lounge where the A/C works. He checked the temperature in the fitness area and it was a hot 28 Celsius. This is not a temperature that is pleasant to workout in and should have been a lot lower. I was so uninspired by this fitness area that I couldn't bring myself to go back there. One evening we called into the "Lighthouse Bar" to have a drink. It was happy hour and so we ordered a white and red wine, thinking that we would therefore only pay for one drink. To our surprise we were given two red wines and two white wines. We laughed it off as just another funny thing which happens when one travels. The three piece band had just started and we thoroughly enjoyed the great music they played, as well as our two wines. We had a very relaxing week here in beautiful surroundings. The food was very good and perhaps too plentiful. Our only criticism is the dreadful myna birds which are everywhere and make having breakfast in Cafe Andaman a real challenge.
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Response from capeandkantary, Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket Management at Cape Panwa Hotel
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Judy1362013, Thank you for sending us this long, detailed and generally positive review of your visit to Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket. We are, of course, aware of the birds and we are constantly looking into ways in which we can live in harmony with them. We apologise if they disturbed your breakfast on that first day. Nevertheless, we are pleased to read that the other dining options that you experienced were enjoyable. We will pass on your appreciation to the chef and the restaurant team at Top of the Reef as well as to Khun Ice, our talented musician in Otter’s Bar and to our group of musicians in the Light House Bar. We note with apologies your comments on the fitness centre and we will address this point with our staff. Thank you for your input in that respect. In view of your summary that you had a pleasant week with us, though, we very much hope that we may have the pleasure of welcoming you both back in the future. Cape and Kantary Hotels supports SOS Children’s Villages and the TSPCA. We do not serve foie gras, birds’ nest or shark’s fin and we stand firmly against the exploitation of Thai elephants for commerce or entertainment. Sincerely yours, Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket Management
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This was the hotel that we were most looking forward to. We arrived by private limousine and were impressed right from getting out of the car. it was easy to check in then we were taken to our room. Quite spacious and comfortable but things started to go wrong almost straight away. We couldn't get the air conditioning to work so they sent a maid to show us how to do it properly. She couldn't get it going either so she called the maintenance man and he struggled for an hour before eventually sorting it out but he told us not to switch it off, difficult when you only have one key, so we had to go to reception to get another one after explaining why. We went for dinner and the selection was quite amazing I have never seen so much food for us all to eat, the choice set me speechless. Breakfast was just as good deciding what to have was a major problem but quite easily solved. That evening we decided to eat out so we had a drink at 'Happy' Hour in the Top of the Reef bar, a quiet place where you can talk with a gorgeous young lady playing the piano and singing, not too loud of course. There is a beautiful restaurant there that is A La Carte and what they served was pretty good I can assure you. We did go one night, expensive, but excellent. To go down to the beech there is a tram that runs til 10 or 11 at night if you don't use it it is a bit of a haul and it only takes minutes. On the beech is an infinity pool that is fantastic the upper pool is quite hot but this one is just right on a very hot day. Back up the top the pool there is very big but quite warm but not too bad drinks are served by yourself or by the waiter the choice is yours. By evening it was time to shower and get ready to eat so down to the Top of the Reef for happy hour before getting the bus, which is free, which runs about every twenty minutes until late as it is on a hill and I for one would not like to walk up that hill. Down on the front the selection of restaurants is mind boggling if you like Thai food then you are in heaven and want to stay here for ever. The is another bar at the hotel called the Lighthouse but that is a bit noisier than the Reef but a band playing popular music keeps most of them in there happy. We had to complain twice because things like toilet rolls and items in the bathroom had not been replaced but it was not a big issue. All in all would I go back, yes I would it is an amazing place and certainly one to put on your bucket list. They arrange all sorts of trips from the hotel or you can go down the front and organise them yourself, you can even get your laundry done which is much cheaper than getting the hotel to do it.
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Response from capeandkantary, Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket Management at Cape Panwa Hotel
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Marmaduke1948, you for taking the time to send us this very encouraging review of your visit to Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket and for your generous recommendation. It is very rewarding to read that so much of what we have to offer to our guests brought you pleasure. We will pass on your compliments to Khun Ice, our talented musician in Otter’s Bar and hope very sincerely that we may see you back with us in the future. Cape and Kantary Hotels supports SOS Children’s Villages and the TSPCA. We do not serve foie gras, birds’ nest or shark’s fin and we stand firmly against the exploitation of Thai elephants for commerce or entertainment. Sincerely yours, Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket Management
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This resort is made terrific by the staff, service with a smile, 5 restaurants the food is great Quality & quantity. In the Andamon Cafe Jennifer. Supatra. Benjamus. Jirawan. Pattamsporn cooks the best eggs. & Parichaya Trainee Thank you Varoon the pool man very good. Wirat & Jinyada good ambassadors . This resort is very hilly lots of steps Small train to a nice beach They run trips to Coral Island fun. Shuttle bus every 20 minutes to village. Buses to Phuket & Patong usual amenties
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Response from capeandkantary, Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket Management at Cape Panwa Hotel
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear edwardmurray5, Thank you for sending us this very kind review of your visit to Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket and your generous compliments to so many of our hard-working staff. We hope to be able to welcome you back in the future. Cape and Kantary Hotels supports SOS Children’s Villages and the TSPCA. We do not serve foie gras, birds’ nest or shark’s fin and we stand firmly against the exploitation of Thai elephants for commerce or entertainment. Sincerely yours, Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket Management
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PRICE RANGE
$125 - $406 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
205
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