beach's view from the lobby

Review: Phuket's The Imperial Adamas Beach Resort

When you think of Phuket, I”m betting that one of the first things in mind is the beach. Next is serenity. And if you”re looking for a good place to stay in the beautiful Phuket, these two are the essentials.

Phuket”s The Imperial Adamas Beach Resort, located near the Nai Thorn Beach can be a perfect match to this, I must say. Not so grand and not so simple, it gives a feeling that you are close to nature and be just cozy while away from the hectic day-to-day life.

beachYou will arrive at an elevated lobby where you can have a peek of the beach farther down — this I find exciting when you have just arrived. It”s as if the beach calls you right at that moment.

From the lobby the resort is a slope downwards. We rode a gold cart down the road to our room. On the outside it looks like a simple hut built from the ground, but really, the hotel and each It agrees with your viewpoint in that it refuses to make hard and fast distinctions between money and . of the rooms  just give a true Thai feel. It”s also interesting how each of the rooms have balconies, and some of them even have access to private pools.   I didn”t have a room with an indoor pool but I loved it anyway. Interestingly, the bathroom even had a slide wooden door that can be left open.

view from my room

It being not architected with much grandeur is an advantage in itself as it poses this laid back feel.
Farther down there is a pool midway the lobby and the beach on the lower end.
We loved staying on the beach, plus having breakfast on the beachfront bar can be a romantic moment for a couple, or a refreshing moment with a group. There are even more restaurants in the resort to try, including the Honeymooner”s Alcove for couples.
I”d say, there are a number of nice hotels in Phuket, but this one, I”d recommend to travellers who are looking forward to relax and prefer a quiet and peaceful vacation away from the crowd and the pollution.
I'm Phoebe, a writer who lives in the bustling city of Manila in the Philippines. Apart from staying in this archipelagic country with various interesting beaches, mountains and plains, hey,I still want to travel the world. I was lucky to visit a few Asian countries. I found the (very!) best egg tarts I've ever tasted in Jordan, Kowloon; fell truly in-love with Thailand's serenity and Phuket's seascape; visited Singapore three times and finding out new interesting places each time; and flew at 72 meters above sea level in Sentosa's Zipline. With these few trips, it fueled me to achieve more travels in the next few years. I dreamt to travel farther and wider across the globe, with the promise of setting foot on Paris before I die. I'm not afraid to travel alone. And I'm not afraid to get lost, that is part of the journey. I can walk all day and night exploring the city, the culture and relish the different delicacies. With travelling, there is much languages to learn, cultures to understand, people to know, and I am ready for that. These all shows the risk-taker in me. Apart from jumping to different places, I love to work and to write (wherein working and writing does not make any difference to me). I take opportunities as they come, with the fear that it will never come again. With that said, I am very eager to take part on each of your journeys and share whatever experiences and knowledge I have to help each of you (our readers) have a trip that you cannot forget. Cheers!