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100/10 Moo 3, Kamala Beach, 83150 Kathu Phuket Thailand
  Tel : +66 76 303 000
Long Stay Package
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LONG STAY PACKAGE

Long Stay Package -Book & Stay from February 1 onwards! Monthly Rental:
– One Bedroom Starting From THB 15,000 net/monthly*
– Two Bedroom Starting From THB 30,000 net/monthly*
* See Terms & Conditions
Benefits:
– No deposit
– Electricity/Water included
– Cleaning and linen change 1 time/week
– High speed internet
– Spacious room
– 20% discount on food & beverage
– A parking space
Facilities & Services:
– Swimming pool
– Fitness & Spa
– Short walk to the beach
– 24-hour security
– SHA+ and ALLSAFE certified
Kamala Phuket Suites Resort Long Stay Package
1 Bedroom 1 month THB 20,000 second month THB 15,000
A long term rental is available from 1 to 6 month
  • 43 sq m apartment with a balcony
  • Large pool
  • 10 minutes walkway to Kamala Beach
  • Fully equipped 24 hour gym
  • Spacious Kids Club with kids activities
Long Stay Package At Kamala Phuket Suites Resort
2 Bedroom 1 month THB 35,000 second month THB 30,000
A long term rental is available from 1 to 6 month
  • 64 sq m apartment with a balcony and kitchenettes
  • Large pool
  • 10 minutes walkway to Kamala Beach
  • Fully equipped 24 hour gym
  • Spacious Kids Club with kids activities
Escape to the beach and comfort, either for a workation or a long staycation with a little interaction—inspiring activities, sun, and enjoyment, with a little working and learning while staying longer.
Terms & Conditions:
– Book and stay from February 1 onwards.
– The offer is valid for direct bookings only.
– Accommodation is limited to two adults and two children.
– Full prepayment is required upon booking confirmation and non-refundable.
For information or reservations, call +66 76 303 000 or email [email protected]
Phuket City, on Phuket Island, is the capital of Thailand’s Phuket Province. In the Old Town, Thalang Road is lined with colorful 19th-century shop houses and Sino-Portuguese buildings. Built in 1903 by a wealthy tin merchant, Baan Chinpracha mansion has Italian floor tiles, shuttered windows and antique furniture. Set in a 1930s manor, the Thai Hua Museum has exhibits on Phuket’s culture and history.