Plaza Resort Phuket Panwa Beach Location
Experience an Ideal Thailand Holiday at our Phuket hotel Resort
The Radisson Blu Plaza Resort Phuket Panwa Beach is located on the island's south-eastern coastline—the perfect setting for your vacation. Several of the best local attractions are easily accessible from the Radisson. Explore the vibrant history of the island through several of the best local attractions, just 15 minutes from our Radisson Blu Phuket hotel resort. Experience magnificent marine environs at Phi Phi Island, shop for souvenirs at Patong Night Bazaar and golf at one of the five world-class courses.
One of the most picturesque places to stay in Phuket, the Radisson Blu Plaza Phuket Panwa Beach is the perfect spot for a family vacation, honeymoon or quick getaway. The Phuket hotel is just 45 minutes from Phuket International Airport and a leisurely five minute walk to Cape Panwa esplanade, which features specialty shops, restaurants, bars and the famous Phuket Aquarium. In addition to nearby sights and activities, a number of water sports options are available. With beach frontage and easy access to island cruises and day tours, this Panwa Beach resort is ideal for Phuket holidays.
Depart the Phuket International Airport's main entrance and turn right. At the first stop light turn left. At highway 401 turn right. Pass Central Festival shopping mall on the right-hand side and at the second intersection make a left-hand turn. Turn right onto highway 4021 and then left on highway 4023. Follow the roads toward Cape Panwa. The hotel will be located on the left-hand side on Sakdidesh Road, also known as highway 4023.
Tours of the island featuring personal limousine service and to-go lunches can be arranged through the concierge.
Phuket is Thailand's largest island, covering an area of about 543 square kilometers - about the same size as Singapore - measuring 48km from north to south and 21km from west to east at its widest point. The island, which is connected to the mainland by the Sarasin Bridge, is also a province in its own right, and though it is the smallest province in Thailand, it is also the next wealthiest after Bangkok. The only urban area of any size is also called Phuket; recently granted city status, it is located in the southeast of the island. With its excellent beaches, wide range of accommodation and top-class restaurants, Phuket has become firmly established in the last couple of decades as one of Asia's premier beach resorts. Though many of Phuket's beaches were severely damaged by the tsunami in late 2004, the island's well-developed infrastructure enabled it to make a speedy recovery. Now there are virtually no traces of the destructive effects of the waves, apart from marked evacuation routes that have been posted in case of a recurrence.