Infinity Blue Phuket Reviews


Our Review

Overall Rating:
8.2
Reviewed:
04-Oct-2010
On a beach that’s home to some very large villas, Infinity Blue is a more modest Natai escape, but for our family’s holiday requirements – sun, sand, sea and swims – it was the perfect choice. Khun Sao, the full-time housekeeper, greeted us warmly on arrival and we quickly settled in for an afternoon of drifting down to the beach to cool our feet in the sea before retreating for a lazy read on the shaded terrace while watching the kids splash around in the pool. 

As the villa’s name suggests, the views are endlessly blue and mesmerising and we made sure to have all our meals alfresco on the terrace so we wouldn’t miss a minute of the changing colours as the sun dipped towards the horizon. There’s no in-villa chef included but this didn’t hinder us from eating very well during our stay! On our first evening, Khun Sao arranged for delivery of a selection of Thai dishes from a nearby restaurant, and we were pleasantly surprised when she also thoughtfully presented and served the meal, which was delicious. (Especially the tom yam.)

We also enjoyed the chance to get out and explore some of the dining spots in the area. We can recommend the Aleenta resort restaurant and Baba Beach Club – both are set along the beach just a short stroll away from the villa. And we also enjoyed a more rustic lunch at a beachfront place about five kilometres to north called Rabiang Lay, where we sat under thatch roofed huts gorging on tasty soft-shell crab curry. Paradise found! 

Khun Sao is friendly and eager to please, although her English skills are a bit limited. We were able to communicate well enough on our visit, but were reassured to know we could call the villa manager in case we did need more assistance. Overall, Infinity Blue is a fine family escape that’s quietly elegant and comfy – with those priceless views. With its four bedrooms set in two separate pavilions it’s especially well-suited for extended families or a group of friends.

Individual Scores:

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

If you’re looking for a tropical holiday with your toes-in-the sand, sunsets over the sea, dips in the pool and peaceful walks along an endless beach, Infinity Blue is the place for you. We also really loved the secret-garden feel of the villa, with its lush tropical courtyard garden hidden away between the pavilions.

Surprises

The higher waves that pound the shores of Natai during the southwest monsoon season months (May-October), had washed some debris in from the sea, but there was a big beach clean-up shortly after our visit, so hopefully that will have cleared it! With no safety fence around the pool, families with toddlers will need to keep a vigilant watch.

Guest Reviews (5)

Vadym T, Russia checked out on 30-Jan-2019
Overall Rating:
1.0
Reviewed:
11-Feb-2019
We spent 10 days in the villa. We want to express gratitude to all the serving staff. Chef is amazing - everyday he cooked us very tasty meals. Everything was kept clean. Very welcoming atmosphere was kept all the time. We would like to send our thanks to all who kept the pool and the garden clean. Just unforgettable days in a wonderful place, surrounded by smiling staff, thank you.

Individual Scores:

Character/Charm:1 Location:1 Outside Area:1
Living Area:1 Bedrooms:1 Bathrooms:1
Kitchen:1 Facilities:1 Staff:1
Value:1
Yuehfen L, Hong Kong checked out on 06-Feb-2019
Overall Rating:
1.0
Reviewed:
11-Feb-2019
Beautiful villa with fantastic views topped with excellent food and service from Jitty, Sau and Wow, a big thank you. Tasted some of the best Thai food here - loved the curry, BBQ seafood, salads and heavenly desserts.

Individual Scores:

Character/Charm:1 Location:1 Outside Area:1
Living Area:1 Bedrooms:1 Bathrooms:1
Kitchen:1 Facilities:1 Staff:1
Value:1
Jason F, Thailand checked out on 07-Jan-2019
Overall Rating:
1.0
Reviewed:
16-Jan-2019
Simply wonderful villa and caring staff. Everything was perfect

Individual Scores:

Character/Charm:1 Location:1 Outside Area:1
Living Area:1 Bedrooms:1 Bathrooms:1
Kitchen:1 Facilities:1 Staff:1
Value:1
Daniel H, United Kingdom checked out on 29-Dec-2018
Overall Rating:
1.0
Reviewed:
16-Jan-2019
We had a wonderful stay - the team were so accommodating and made everything work perfectly. We are sorry to leave.

Individual Scores:

Character/Charm:1 Location:1 Outside Area:1
Living Area:1 Bedrooms:1 Bathrooms:1
Kitchen:1 Facilities:1 Staff:1
Value:1
Inna R, United States checked out on 27-Nov-2018
Overall Rating:
1.0
Reviewed:
10-Dec-2018
We really enjoyed our stay. The staff were very nice and helpful. Over all very comfortable and pleasant. Thank you very much for our amazing stay.

Individual Scores:

Character/Charm:1 Location:1 Outside Area:1
Living Area:1 Bedrooms:1 Bathrooms:1
Kitchen:1 Facilities:1 Staff:1
Value:1
Infinity Blue Phuket /villa/infinity-blue-phuket.aspx Price starts at $400 - $950 per night
8.2 out of 10
based on 6 user reviews. On a beach that’s home to some very large villas, Infinity Blue is a more modest Natai escape, but for our family’s holiday requirements – sun, sand, sea and swims – it was the perfect choice. Khun Sao, the full-time housekeeper, greeted us warmly on arrival and we quickly settled in for an afternoon of drifting down to the beach to cool our feet in the sea before retreating for a lazy read on the shaded terrace while watching the kids splash around in the pool. 

As the villa’s name suggests, the views are endlessly blue and mesmerising and we made sure to have all our meals alfresco on the terrace so we wouldn’t miss a minute of the changing colours as the sun dipped towards the horizon. There’s no in-villa chef included but this didn’t hinder us from eating very well during our stay! On our first evening, Khun Sao arranged for delivery of a selection of Thai dishes from a nearby restaurant, and we were pleasantly surprised when she also thoughtfully presented and served the meal, which was delicious. (Especially the tom yam.)

We also enjoyed the chance to get out and explore some of the dining spots in the area. We can recommend the Aleenta resort restaurant and Baba Beach Club – both are set along the beach just a short stroll away from the villa. And we also enjoyed a more rustic lunch at a beachfront place about five kilometres to north called Rabiang Lay, where we sat under thatch roofed huts gorging on tasty soft-shell crab curry. Paradise found! 

Khun Sao is friendly and eager to please, although her English skills are a bit limited. We were able to communicate well enough on our visit, but were reassured to know we could call the villa manager in case we did need more assistance. Overall, Infinity Blue is a fine family escape that’s quietly elegant and comfy – with those priceless views. With its four bedrooms set in two separate pavilions it’s especially well-suited for extended families or a group of friends.
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