Hotels, Koh Phi Phi — 25 June 2011 9 h 11 min

Zeavola Luxury Beachfront Phi Phi Island Resort

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Zeavola is the only luxury Phi Phi Island resort and is located on the northern tip, nestled on a prime stretch of soft white sand. Zeavola is the perfect getaway to relax, recharge and reinvigorate in luxurious surroundings. Speedboats and sea planes are ready to whisk you away to our ten-acre tropical resort.

The Name ‘Zeavola’ is taken from the exotic Scaevola Taccada tree (Half Flower Tree), better known as ‘Rak Talay’ which means ‘Love The Sea’. Zeavola Resort began welcoming guests in June 2005 and has been presenting the charms of rural Thai to the world over since.

Our luxury Thailand beach resort offers an excellent selection of activities including fishing, game fishing and scuba diving, game fishing, snorkeling and kayaking. Attractions within easy reach of Zeavola include the James Bond Island, Maya Beach, Phi Phi Ley Island and Bamboo Island.
Zeavola Phi Phi Island villas are a have of calm with warm hued textile, crisp, cooling linins, and hand-printed murals.The unique bathrooms have both traditional and invigorating outdoor rain showers that are surrounded by lushly landscaped gardens.
Two stylish restaurants serving traditional Thai and international cuisine al fresco or in air-conditioned comfort

Baxil
Authentic Phi Phi Island Thai cuisine is served in style at Baxil restaurant, with an exclusive selection of international wines to complement the spicy flavors.Guests can also enjoy al fresco dining.
Tacada
This informal restaurant on Phi Phi Island serves delectable international dishes, traditional Thai favorites, and succulent seafood&grilled BBQ dishes all day. Tacada Restaurant is the ideal location to chill out with exotic cocktails, great food and the sand beneath your feet.
Zeavola Luxury Beachfront Phi Phi Island Resort
11 Moo 8 Laem Tong, Koh Phi Phi, Ao Nang, Krabi 81000 Thailand
Tel: (66) 7562 7000 – Fax: (66) 7562 7023

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