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Having passed the large seated Buddha statue at the entrance to Villa Saanti, first impressions at Villa Saanti are of the cool shade of the living areas, and the brilliant sunlit vista beyond. As the eyes adjust, they make out the main swimming pool sparkling in the sun, the palm trees soaring over the gardens and, beyond them, the Andaman Sea. Villa Saanti is designed to make the most of that sea view.

In the main pavilion, the dining area and kitchen are to the left of the entrance. To the right is the very comfortable lounge and, beyond that, the TV and entertainment room. Running the full length of all these rooms is the hugely spacious veranda, tables, chairs and sofas clustered at intervals, along with ping-pong and pool tables.

Above is the master suite and one guest bedroom, each with king-size beds, air conditioning and ceiling fans and (in the master suite only) a huge dressing room. Also on this floor is the villa’s well-equipped gym. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors make the most of the view, in this case with the added advantage of the elevation. Slide the doors open and step onto the long balcony for an even better view.

Back on the ground floor, beyond the veranda, is the 20 x 5m main pool, with two sleeping pavilions on each side. All have air conditioning and ceiling fans, king-size beds, chaises longues and large bathrooms, including romantic outdoor bathtubs. And all are equipped with satellite channel TVs.

Down a few steps from the main pool is the second pool, shallow enough for children to play in safely. To the left of it is the barbecue area with its wood-fired pizza oven.

Between that and the beach is the sala, with soft sunken seating, while in the opposite corner of the garden, sitting above the boathouse, is a huge day bed big enough for a family of four.
And now you’ve reached the beach. Immaculately raked every morning before the sunbeds are put out under the shade of the palm trees.

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