Inasia Reviews


Our Review

Overall Rating:
8.1
Reviewed:
29-Feb-2012

Although there were only four of us (and two kids) staying at villa Inasia, we were struck by the benefits the villa had to offer to larger groups of friends and extended families. Even when full, everyone could have their own space and privacy but still gather socially around one of the pools or in one of the many living and dining areas. Having the beach so close kept the kids entertained and the flawless sunsets were a major plus come cocktail hour. The villa's attentive staff made sure we were well taken care of and the chef's delicious Thai food is definitely worth taking a journey through the menu for. Although the architecture is quite modern and clinical, the setting more than compensates in terms of tropical atmosphere. In many ways Inasia is a classic example of the appeal of a private villa over a hotel, offering everything you would expect from the latter, but with the added bonus of exclusivity.

Individual Scores:

Character/Charm:7 Location:8 Outside Area:8
Living Area:8 Bedrooms:8 Bathrooms:8
Kitchen:8 Facilities:8 Staff:9
Value:9
Highlights

The children never tired of fun and games by the pool or on the quiet beach (which feels almost private and is also the perfect spot for a morning yoga session). Once the offspring had collapsed exhausted into bed, we were free to watch movies in the living pavilion or get cosy in the downstairs lounge of the master pavilion – both perfectly indulgent ways to balance a day of outdoor activity.

Surprises

The beach is peaceful and remote – wonderful for walking and exploring, but a bit quiet for those in search of nightlife or tourist activity. With so much space in the villa, however, it becomes a haven away from the hustle and bustle, and after visits around the island it felt good to be ‘home’. There are other villas next door, so you are not completely isolated, but the design of the villas ensures privacy.

Inasia /villa/inasia.aspx Price starts at $1,350 - $3,450 per night
8.1 out of 10
based on 1 user reviews. Although there were only four of us (and two kids) staying at villa Inasia, we were struck by the benefits the villa had to offer to larger groups of friends and extended families. Even when full, everyone could have their own space and privacy but still gather socially around one of the pools or in one of the many living and dining areas. Having the beach so close kept the kids entertained and the flawless sunsets were a major plus come cocktail hour. The villa's attentive staff made sure we were well taken care of and the chef's delicious Thai food is definitely worth taking a journey through the menu for. Although the architecture is quite modern and clinical, the setting more than compensates in terms of tropical atmosphere. In many ways Inasia is a classic example of the appeal of a private villa over a hotel, offering everything you would expect from the latter, but with the added bonus of exclusivity.

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