Price Starting From: 65,636 THB
Imperiously commanding panoramic views of the Andaman Sea turquoise waters metres below and surrounded by lush, native Thai foliage, the eight bedroom, three level Villa Aye nestled within the palatial gated community of Cape Amarin on Phuket’s “Millionaire’s Mile,” offers unique charms and facilities for your ultimate short or long term Phuket stay experience.
Designed by a leading Thai architect, the secluded, quiet and easily accessible Villa Aye is stylish and sophisticated, subtly weaving traditional Thai design with the contemporary to beautifully capture the villa’s heritage as a much loved, comfortable family home. The villa has an overwhelming aura of space, inside and out. And, it is just 35 minutes from Phuket Airport and 15 minutes from the shopping and entertainment of Patong.
Spanning three Thai style steeple connecting pavilions on three levels, Villa Aye is one of Phuket’s most prestigious villas. Guests can luxuriate in contemporary high interior design comfort, while immersed in a gentle dose of classic “Thainess.” Facing east for maximum sun and outlandishly brilliant sunsets, the 2500 sq.m. villa affords sea and forest views from virtually every angle.
The deeply luxurious and subdued furnishings revolve around soft chaise sofas; huge teak coffee tables. Dining offers a 12-seat table in minimalistic Japanese style or 14 seat teak table with soft brown leather chairs. A three person massage bed adjoins the entertainment area.
Outside, the verdant grass area lined with leafy native and exotic tropical plants, leads to a recliner dotted swimming pool and Sala with uninterrupted views, ideal for day or night dining. The property is festooned with native trees and generous grass areas, another unusual feature amongst Phuket villas.
Villa Aye is a family villa possessing several notable personal touches and, consequently, exceptional features, in particular: the eight bedrooms, rarely found in Phuket villas of this type for rent; a 480 sq.m. manicured, grassy lawn; a dazzlingly bright, fibre optic generated “stars” pool display at night; wide, shady Romanesque like colonnades; a Bose speaker sound system throughout the villa; a gigantic 238 cm x 172 cm. wall TV screen and–an owner favourite–two quirky, white, internally illuminated, marble bar tops.