Concierge.com's insider take:
Paresa's six southern Thai–inspired structures fit right in among the swanky crash pads perched atop the rocky cliffs of Phuket's Millionaires' Mile. The villas have a total of 49 guest rooms (all with Andaman Sea views) that are done up with sustainable materials and have traditional Thai pitched ceilings. The seven-by-seven–foot superking-size beds are easy to get lost in, as are the deep terrazzo bathtubs. Private kitchens, outdoor dining, and infinity pools are available in the larger rooms and suites. The main resort pool is small, but an eight-pound rose quartz hangs overhead to enhance the heart chakra. Other indulgences here include treatments in the five-room spa, scented with jasmine, lemongrass, and sandalwood, and bespoke Swarovski-crystal Havaianas in the small hotel boutique. The sprawling hillside property also includes the Mediterranean restaurant Diavolo. It's best to leave buggy-driving to the butlers, or run the risk of slamming into one of the many ancient Banyan trees. —Cynthia Rosenfeld
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