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Luxurious Villa Amanzi In Phuket

Luxurious Villa Amanzi In Phuket
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January 10
12:46 2013

The luxurious villa Amanzi is a project of Original Vision design studio based in Hong Kong and Phuket that specializes in leisure architecture. Villa Amanzi was built in 2008 and is being managed by Paresa, resort operator. It is located in Cape Sol and has beaches, Phuket airport and town at sight. This private villa is built into the rock that’s became a part of interior design and provides beautiful sea views through its glass walls.

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

The villa Amanzi has six bedrooms and can accommodate up to 12 guests charging from $2000 to $4,500 per day. Each bedroom has a separate bathroom and a balcony to enjoy the panoramic view of the Andaman Sea. The master suite boasts an outdoor terrace bath tub. There’s also a private access to the sea through the forest canopy.

Villa Amanzi also boasts a pendent 15m swimming pool, Internet access, equipped kitchen and breakfast room as well as a staircase to the ocean. Each room is also provided with air conditioning, controlled curtains, touch-screen central lighting, 32in flat screen TV and a DVD player.

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

Luxurious Villa Amanzi in Phuket

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4 Comments

  1. mukund kumar
    mukund kumar August 07, 18:38

    i like it

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  2. Manuel Calaveras
    Manuel Calaveras June 27, 10:52

    I just looooove villas on a cliff with a sea view. Sunsets must be amazing from that couch. PS! You would never want to miss a party in that place.

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  3. Simon
    Simon February 14, 07:34

    I love the architectural concept of this villa. It really fits in the category of “luxury”. My jaw dropped when I saw the rock being part of the interior design. It made good use of the big rock which added so much value to its already beautiful architecture.

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