Marriott Phuket Beach Club

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

230 Moo 3 Mai Khao, , Phuket, 83110, Thailand

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  • vacanciere's Profile Photo

    Superb family accommodations

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    The Marriot Beach Club Phuket Mai Khao is a beautiful resort!

    My family and I had a lovely family room on the ground floor, with its own plunge pool and access to the main pool. The two bedrooms were complete and comfortable. We appreciated the internet connection, dining and living areas, and laundry machines. Everything was so well thought of!

    Access to the beach was not easy. And the beach, itself, is not beautiful. But the resort is so lovely and has good facilities - not having a great beach was the least of our concerns. The gym is efficiently managed, with good equipment. And children can benefit from many club activities.

    We had a great vacation here!

    Unique Quality: Qualities: pools, gym, children's club

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    Superb family accommodations

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    The Marriot Beach Club Phuket Mai Khao is a beautiful resort!

    My family and I had a lovely family room on the ground floor, with its own plunge pool and access to the main pool. The two bedrooms were complete and comfortable. We appreciated the internet connection, dining and living areas, and laundry machines. Everything was so well thought of!

    Access to the beach was not easy. And the beach, itself, is not beautiful. But the resort is so lovely and has good facilities - not having a great beach was the least of our concerns. The gym is efficiently managed, with good equipment. And children can benefit from many club activities.

    We had a great vacation here!

    Unique Quality: Qualities: pools, gym, children's club

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    Breathtaking Tranquility

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    Imagine this; you wake up in the morning under Marriott's amazing bed comforters, (Heaven in their own right) you walk from your luxurious bedroom into the kitchen and grab yourself a glass and have some Naval orange juice that is like no other. (For the adults, Absolute makes it even tastier). You may stay in your room and cook something to eat, have it delivered from the world class kitchens, or simply take a walk over to the buffet. After a nice croissant, some espresso, fresh lichee fruits, and maybe a breakfast sandwich its time to go to one of the individual pools. Depending on your mood you have a choice of which one to sit by the Blue Pool with its waterfall roof Bar!, the main pool with the spitting elephants bubble bench seats and arches, or the kids pool with the slide and bubble pools. If you get hot and want a quick change of scenery you can take a quick walk down to the quiet private beach that goes on for miles in each direction and take a dip in the Andaman Sea. If like me you have ADHD and need to be continuously busy the hotel offers a lot of things to do for the individual and or the family as a whole. Day excursions trekking on elephants, diving trips to the Phi Phi Islands. If you wanna stay on site, there is wind surfing, skim boarding canoeing, bike riding, spa packages, tennis, yoga almost everything you would want. The Service is always 5 star and the Thai people in general are amazing. The staff at the hotel are there to assist, and help you in anyway, at anytime of the day or night. The food is on par with any five star resort. I guess for me this hotel offers exactly what I want. Peace and Serenity off of the beaten track, a place where i can meet people from all over the world yet sit out on my patio on the chaise lounge and not talk to a soul except Khun Abdul who was gracious enough to deliver me locally made Thai Whiskey and Steak and Mushroom pie at 3:30am. I would recommend this hotel to everyone who has the opportunity to go and visit, it trully is a little slice of heaven!

    Unique Quality: Private BBQ on your deck or patio with Marriott Chefs. They set everything up provide you with a menu the food the drink the atmosphere and so on. Just have it ordered at front Desk. AMAZING!!!
    Cooking School-You can take a Thai Cooking course at the Ginja Taste Cooking School on premise. The day starts with a trip to a local gypsy market, where a chef from the Marriott accompanies you to show you the different foods and customs that go along with the market. (Amazing freshly made curries, vegetables, Blood Cakes, fish, snails, chilies, tamarind, squirrels galore!!!!. Then you take a quick trip back to the hotel and learn to prepare local Thai specialties. Included in this is a traditional Thai blessing.
    Pools-all amazing, all unique. The blue pool has a bar with a waterfall flowing over the roof making a cascading wall of water behind you as you sit drinking at the bar. The large "Main" Pool has spitting elephants, bubble benches, and a kids slide.
    Restaurants-Many to choose from. Steak house, buffet, Asian.....
    Views from the hotel vary depending where you stay but are breathtaking from everyone we have had so far.
    The Staff-They truly make the experience unforgettable.

    Directions: Mai Khao Beach

  • JW Marriott Phuket Resort Thailand

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    Set in a tropical paradise, where the glistening sands of Mai Khao Beach meet blue seas, our resort in Thailand introduces you to a realm of indescribable beauty, flawless service and thoughtful touches.

  • Beautiful Beach Resort

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    Our stay at the JW Marriott at Phuket was one of the best hotel experiences I've ever had. The price (for the quality) was very reasonable, and it felt like there were 3 hotel workers for every guest. Everyone is friendly (but not overdoing it) and can help with any special requests. We stayed for 5 nights, on each night the turndown staff created a "towel animal" for us and made sure our room was stocked with plenty of fresh flowers and fruits. Relaxing by the pool was great, although the main pool seemed geared for those with children. The beachfront was clean, and it was so empty it felt like your own private beach. The hotel offers many excursions, and we tried the Phi Phi Islands tour (great, but bring a lot of sunscreen), the sunset bicycle tour (well worth the 250 baht each) and we took advantage of their shuttle to Patong beach (a little pricey at 700 baht per person return, but cheaper than a cab). The bicycle tour is a little long for those not in shape, or used to riding mountain bikes, although we loved it! The many onsite restaurants were top notch, but a little expensive. The breakfast buffet was awesome, tons of asian and european/american dishes. The room had a 27" CRT tv with a DVD player (plays all region DVDs).

    Unique Quality: They have two onsite elephants (one was a baby about 3 years old , the other about 10 years old) and both are very friendly. They offer a Ginza cooking course, which we didn't take, but heard it was great. The pools are fabulous, and I don't think anyone will be disappointed with the quality of construction or service.

    Directions: North of the airport, about 15 km

  • Great for a get away break

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    A wonderful location set in magnificent grounds and on a spectacular beach. Excellent service from caring staff. Bear in mind however it is a little isolated and it is difficult to go to another restaurant or pop into town.

    Unique Quality: Magnificent grounds and several pools. Young elephants walk by every morning and you can even swim with them in the afternoon.

    Directions: Isolated beach location

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    Very Romantic!

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    Incredible! The best service I've ever had and EVERYONE was friendly. It is very far from most night life, so it's best for a family who doesn't want to leave or romantic getaway where you want to be left alone. What surprised me the most was how great the food was and it was also resonable considering they really have you captive away from other restaurants. Could we have eaten cheaper if we hopped in a cab? Sure, but prices weren't outrageous like most Marriotts and most of all it was EXCELLENT food. The Steak and Seafood restaurant was the only one that I thought was horribly overpriced for what you get, but the others, especially The Deli and Gin ja the Thai restaurant were fair. Don't spend the money on an ocean view room unless you're getting a suite, as the standard ocean view rooms are far from the ocean and you can barely see it (see photo), plus you have to add a flight of stairs to everywhere you go. I would request a bottom floor room as they are so convenient for pool and beach visits. Or 2nd floor which is the level of the lobby...you won't see the ocean from these rooms, but you will see a lot of garden. I didn't see one room that had a bad view.

    Don't miss the cooking class! A real winner and totally worth the price as you get lots of goodies and an amazing meal with it. The spa is expensive BUT I wouldn't have traded the experience, especially if you are into ambiance. The most beautiful rooms I've ever seen in a spa...and I've been to a lot.

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    A pampering sanctuary ....

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    Had a wonderful time during my stay here.

    Space - Huge room with classy Thai wooden carvings, a balcony and a glassed area (for those who are scared to mosquitoes and want to enjoy the nature while being pampered by air-condition haha) for you to rest and relax while enjoying the nature and sea.

    Health Club - upper medium, with a nice swirl pool and sauna, friendly staff (small comment is that the staff tend to allocate lockers concentrated at one corner thus its quite inconvenient for users - have informed them and hope they will change lol)

    Mandara Spa - a place to pamper your self if you have "you know what I mean ...$$$ " . Located in the middle of the lake. Wow....

    Pool - 3 pools so no worries ( see below for more info )

    Unique Quality: Pool - They have 3 public pools which has distinctive styles ...one called Tranquility pool and another is Blue Pool or Refelction pool etc ...which oversees the open Andaman sea

    Fire dance performance and traditional dance every evening abt 5.30 p.m.

    Day long activities for adults and kids - be it yoga, muay thai ( kick boxing) , games, batik painting, etc etc ...you will never be out of activities when you are here

    Tranquility - Mai Khao beach is one of the most deserted so no worries of over crowded beach ...

    Directions: Northen tip of Phuket Island

  • Don37's Profile Photo

    Great out-of-the-way resort

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    The JW is exactly what you would expect from the Marriott chain; a western take on Thai hospitality. As a resort the JW does not miss a beat: a selection of bars, restauraunts and cafe's, beautiful rooms, three pools, impeccable service and all the frills. Of note is the wide variety of activities available at a modest charge and the pristine stretch of beach the resort occupies. Family travellers should note that the activities are broken up into three age ranges: children, teens and adults, and the list is quite long. For monsoon season, many of the activities are done rain or shine.

    The only downside (if you want to call it that) is location. If you are not planning on doing any self-motivated sightseeing, this will not be a problem as almost all tour operators will come and pick you up (you can arrange for a variety of tours through the hotel at a bit of a markup, but the packages and service are well worth the money). However, taxi service is expensive; the hotel service is the only game in town, with shuttles on an irregular basis and hired cars at 700 Bhat an hour. Getting a cab back from Patong Beach will run you about 500 Bhat, or more after dark.

    I'd highly reccomend the JW to anyone looking to arrive and relax. The short trip from the airport, along with the excellent facilities and services, make this a natural pick for a hassle-free destination. For adventurers, you may feel trapped and isolated, and as I did, begin to resent the need to tailor your schedule around a shuttle.

    Unique Quality: The pools are fantastic, as well as the array of beachside activities such as a thai massage under the palms. The restaurants, while expensive by thai standards, are truly world class. If you're doing a romantic trip, don't pass up the opportunity to have a romantic sunset seaside dinner, with menu options from the various restaurants on site. This would be a great honeymoon location, or for those looking to rekindle the honeymooner spirit. And don't forget to tip the chambermaids; every day gets you a new little suprise upon your return to the room.

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    Return to JW Marriott as MVCI members

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    I couldn't resist the last outing so we signed up. Yes, we are now members of the MVCI.

    Difference is that we are now on a points based system and not on a 7-day block week system. The difference is that we can have shorter vacations like 4 or 5 days which works out pretty good for us being in Asia.

    First up, the top notch service I have experienced there is still present. The kids still love the place and Edwina didn't want to leave.

    As members we get 20% off from the Marriott Cafe and 10% off for the rest of the F&B outlets at the resort. Siam Deli's pastries and sandwiches are still to die for. Expensive by Thai standards but affordable even by Singapore standards.

    On arrival even though we took the late 2100 flight from Singapore, the staff still greeted us with the same welcome and draped us with flowers. We were offered cold lemongrass drinks and were brought to our villa.

    Even as MVCI members it is expensive to come here but a good thing is that I hate crowds. We came during the low season which is May-Oct. It rained the next morning when we awoke so expect plenty of rain. However there is a window of clear weather on the last week of May usually. The next window of clear weather in this monsoon is at late Jun to early Jul. Historically this is quite consistent if you check WindGuru for details. Follow my VT entry HERE for the actual archive data.

    Unique Quality: The Kids Pavillion is one thing you like if you have kids. Just so that they can find stuff to play and be entertained while you get that spa session.

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    Six Star Facilities

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    Actually we stayed at the Marriott Phuket Beach Club, which is the vacation club sharing arm of Marriott. We were provided with a two room villa, even though it was only my wife and myself because they were trying to sell us shares. The villa was around 120 sqm in area; both bedrooms had their own toilet and bath (each with a tub), there was a receiving area, a kitchen, a dining area, and a living room. You could also walk out to your own veranda if you got tired of the airconditioning. Overall, it was terrific accomodation and I feel the rates were reasonable (US$ 17,000 for 75 years ownership for one week stay each year; around US$ 600 in annual fees).
    There is a swimming pool on each end of the resort very accessible to your rooms and a larger one at the center. They have in house game facilities, a gym, a day care center, and business center. There are around five restaurants, all quite expensive (expect to pay US$ 20-30 a person) although there is a deli where you can get grocery items and pastries and offers a brunch buffet at around US$15 per person.
    The only drawback is that it is far from the regular tourist places, as it is located on Mai Khao beach (around 50km to Patong beach or Phuket town). The beach however, is beautiful and clean stretching to more than 20km.

  • genie47's Profile Photo

    Superior accomodations for family

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    We were invited to stay in the Marriott's Phuket Beach Club in one of their 2 bedroom villas as a taste of what things are like at a Marriott Vacation Club International villa. To join as members.

    WHAT A BLAST!

    TVs in both bedrooms and one in the hall. Washer and dryer. Kitchen with electric hob, blender, everything that you can find from a cheapo NTUC resort but with higher and better quality.

    The master bedroom has this huge king bed with 6 pillows! The second bedroom has 2 slightly oversized super singles. Oh I forgot, the sofa itself has a pull out bed.

    There are two bathrooms and the one attached to the master bedroom has this huge tub that can hold the whole family together!

    What can I say but after a day of activities, we all long to be back at the villa. My girls have never slept so soundly before.

    Unique Quality: A very child friendly resort. There is a Children's Pavilion to keep kids entertained with games, movies and even trapeze training just in case you want to get rid of them when the circus comes to town. The children's pool is a welcome sight for them with a slide.

    The beach is part of a national park. No other development is allowed on it besides this resort. 16km of unspoilt beach all the way north to the Sarasin bridge if you want to walk that far on it.

    Now, one quality or rather drawback is that this resort is far away from any of the popular beaches of Phuket. Many online reviews have highlighted this. If you are a Marriott timeshare owner, you can make the best use of the villa. It comes equpped with electric hotplates, coffee maker, blender and everything you most likely find in your home. I suggest you go to any of the Phuket car rent companies online websites to reserve a car for your stay prior to your arrival. Take the early flight there and drive to Big C or Tesco Lotus to load up on stuff. Stuff you will normally buy at home like fruit, vegetables, meat, milk powder, coffee, eggs, bread etc. The villa comes equipped with a refrigerator.

    Make breakfast in your villa. Maybe lunch too if you intend to spend time in the resort. Eat out only if you intend to have activities outside the resort. Remember, you rented a car. This slashes the cost of staying at the resort.

    BTW, you can come very light too. The villa is equipped with a washer and dryer.

    Directions: From Phuket International Airport, travel up north towards the Sarasin bridge if you are renting a car at the airport. You can't miss the sign to turn left to the resort.

  • stappm's Profile Photo

    Marriott Resort & Spa Phuket

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    Well, what can I say - we have Marriott time share..... so we're at the Marriott again.... This time in Phuket, we're beginning to get their concept. Here on the island the Marriott is about a 40 minute drive to "town". A great place for couples and families, I guess. Someone who doesn't want to leave the hotel, perfect for someone who is not really interested in seeing "Thailand", trying local food, or meeting the locals. They do have a Thai Night Market, that is an attempt at local color. It does have the Marriott feel.

    The Marriott has made it rather difficult to leave this resort, literally. One must order a Taxi, preferably an hour in advance, or you can take a Shuttle bus, but be warned the times of the shuttle are inconvenient, and drop-off/pick-up locations out of the way and restrictive. You are really better off in a cab. Plus the cab drivers will wait for you (cabs back to the hotel can be hard to find) for an additional, however nominal, fee (round trip and 3 hr wait 1500 BHT).

    The hotel has 5 restaurants, however surprisingly none of them Thai?!@#$ All very good, but VERY western. Cucina is the "Best Italian in Asia" and quite good - reminded me very much of a place back home (you know pretty much any trendy Italian place you can think of)

    The spa is beautiful, and I just recently saw it on one of the Top Spa Destinations in the World on one of those travel shows. You can expect to pay the same price for services as you would back home ($60 to $120 per treatment). However you can get a much better massage from one of the masseuses on the beach (MUCH cheaper too 300 BHT - less then 10 bucks!) The hotel offers activities from learning to scuba to beach fitness classes, however come rain they cancel them with no back up plan....

    I dropped by here on my 2nd, 3rd & 4th visit to Thailand - on the 2nd right after the Tsunami - and it was still there, they had made a quick recovery and there were no signs of the Tsunami disaster there (besides vacancy rate.)

    Unique Quality: The Pool is AMAZING! Beautiful! great for kids with an activity room too.
    Hotel right on beach where you may get luck and spot a Sea Turtle. However, There is NOTHING I mean NOTHING within walking distance to this hotel, not even a convience store. The Marriott does offer quite the compound, it gets a bit expensive and leaves one longing for culture, but there is a lot there. The condos are spacious and well appointed. And again the Spa is quite pretty and the fitness center is nice too!

  • Robachu1's Profile Photo

    New and Secluded Resort Hotel

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    This hotel is unique in that it is separated from the other Phuket resorts. You feel like you are in paradise instead of a busy tourist spot. We also enjoyed the fact that when we wanted a tour of Phuket the hotel provided a private tour in one of its Mercedes sedans to take us anywhere we wanted to go.

    Unique Quality: Private beach without another hotel in sight.

    Directions: Located in the northern part of the island 10 minutes from the airport.

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Pretty Great !

by TripAdvisor Member Michael37

I stayed here with my wife and two small children for a week in late August.

The property itself is well designed, elegant but somewhat understated. It meshes nicely with the relaxed atmosphere of the island. We spent a couple of nights in a suite, which was spacious, modern, and lovely. The final nights we stayed in a regular room, which was smaller (and less expensive), but was perfectly fine.

The restaurants overall were good, though the experience was not totally consistent. I really liked the deli for morning coffee. The breakfast buffet at the Cafe was also great, if a little overwhelming to have each day. The Thai restaurant was so-so, and the beef at the grill was disappointing (especially in light of the price). The poolside fare was better than expected. You have a lot of dining choices, so you'll find something you'll like.

The staff were consistently exceptional. From the front desk to housekeeping to the restaurant servers, the staff was uniformly gracious, warm, and courteous. I don't know that I've been to a hotel anywhere that exceeded this service level.

So why not 5 stars? The hotel felt secure, but given the attack at the Marriott in Bali, and the trouble in southern Thailand, I would have expected to see and feel a more secure environment. Also, I think the hotel needs to work at better integrating the beach into the customer experience. There were no chairs or servers available at the beach, and swimming in the ocean was strictly discouraged. Phuket's beaches are world class, the hotel will need to think about how it can improve beach access.

Overall a great week for me and my family

Amazing Property, but Remote!

by TripAdvisor Member TonySh

My wife and I just returned from a 2-week stay at the Marriott Beach Club .... a Vacation Club (timeshare) resort that is co-located with a JW Marriott hotel. The property is amazingly beautiful. The lobby is most impressive 2 cascading levels, with huge infinity pool in which they perform a nightly fire dance and sunset ceremony. At night the property is alight with torches ... there is even fire coming out of the lower lobby pool... very dramatic.

The hotel rooms and "villas" are spread over several acres of beatifully lanscaped beachfront property. There are three large pools spread throughout the property, each with its own character and style...we prefered the quieter (no kids) modern minimalist one that had just been completed.

The "villas" are two-bedroom apartments in 3 storey blocks....well-appointed, with fully-equipped kitchen and large rooms .. the bathroom was huge ... 3 TVs/DVD players, free hi-speed Internet ... amazingly comfortable beds, and LOTS of towels. We stayed in a ground floor unit and had a huge walk-out sun deck with table/chairs for alfresco dining and three pool/lounge chairs... the 2nd and third floor units didnot appear to be as convenient.

The property is located on a remote beach on the northeast side of the island of Phuket (north of the airport...but not very close). The property is quite far from any of the main towns (45 minutes to Patong, 1 hour to Chalong, a little longer to Rawai, and about 40 mins to Phuket Town).

The beach is very nice ... although the water was too rough to swim in during our stay ... and it's deserted .... you won;t run into another person for miles in either direction.

There are 5 (Thai, Japanese, Italian, Mariott cafe, and American) restaurants and a coffee shop on the premisses and all are good but quite pricey ... compared to what prices off the resort. Although there is a bar/nightclub on the property, it was deserted most of the time during our stay.

We rented a car and recommend this highly (there are many touts at the airport .. where you can get the lowest price) ... because the property is so remote, the cost of a taxi to get anywhere is quite high.

Service was efficient, but not the typically Thai hi-touch ... more of an American flavor....

The spa is amazing .. but VERY expensive ... there are much cheaper alternatives off-property but not nearly as nice.

In summary:

PROS: Beautiful property; great rooms; nice beach; good food; good selection of pools, great spa.
CONS: High prices for F&B; remote location.

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Phuket luxury accommodation

by aversonne

hi, apart from Banyan tree phuket and Evason, any recommendations for luxury 5star resorts? preferable with private pool or direct pool access, thanks!

RE: Phuket luxury accommodation

by johnaalex

Check out Le Meridien in south of Patong. It has just been refurbished after the tsunami.

Regards

John

RE: Phuket luxury accommodation

by TedKarma

Of course - there are many options!

Amanpuri, Trisara and Banyan Tree are top of line: Here is a review and links for photos:

http://5starthailand.com/best_of_the_best.htm

Close behind them - and they all have their fans are the JW Marriott up on Mai Khao Beach:

http://phuketdelight.com/special.htm#jwm

TreeTops Arasia - I really like - stunning views over Surin Beach (photos page):

http://www.r24.org/phuketdelight.com/phuket/treetopsarasia/pictures/

I don't know why they are so inexpensive!

Or, a special treat - Phuket's premier boutique hotel, Baan Yin Dee(photos and info page):

http://phuketdelight.com/boutique%20hotels.htm#BYD

Hope that gives you a few options.



RE: Phuket luxury accommodation

by stedeb

Check out the Busakorn Wing of the Holiday Inn they have direct pool access villas we were booked to go next week but unfortunately had to cancel due to work committments.

RE: Phuket luxury accommodation

by stappm

Marriott Phuket

RE: RE: Phuket luxury accommodation

by Tina-Perth

Baan Yin Dee is a luxury 5 star boutique hotel. We love it there. It's under my Phuket Accommodation tips if you want more details.

RE: RE: Phuket luxury accommodation

by johnaalex

The Marriott on Phuket is very nice, I stayed there for 3 nights on a special deal earlier this year. The only problem is that is in a very isolated site, about 30 minutes at least from anything else, 45 from Patong.

Regards

John

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 Marriott Phuket Beach Club

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Phuket Marriott
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Address: 230 Moo 3 Mai Khao, , Phuket, 83110, Thailand