COMO Point Yamu Phuket, Thailand

Best For

Days at the beach club on your own private island and afternoons spent in the famous COMO Shambhala Retreat spa.

the Low Down

COMO Point Yamu in Phuket, Thailand, has 360-degree views across the Andaman Sea, with rooms, suites and villas by designer Paola Navone, reflecting the ocean side setting. Cuisine is catered for at the Italian-inspired La Sirena while Nahmyaa uses southern Thai food as inspiration. COMO Shambhala Retreat nurtures wellness, with a full range of holistic treatments in mosaic-tiled rooms overlooking the aquamarine waters. For the active guest, biking, yoga and water sports are available. There’s also COMO Beach Club, set on a tranquil island off the east coast of Phuket, accessible by 40-minute transfer.

the Peaks Promise

Complimentary experience

Each booking will receive complimentary transfers to COMO Beach Club and non-motorised sports, daily yoga class, morning bike tour.

the Peaks Purse

60 USD to spend at the resort on whatever you wish!

The Best Room For You

  • Design and feel are key elements. The interiors by Italian designer Paola Navone offers an expression of contemporary Thai luxury.
  • 360-degree views of Andaman Sea and overlooking Phang Nga Bay
  • Play by COMO children activities to keep little ones entertained
  • The private COMO Beach Club on Naka island complete with restaurant and non-motorised water sports
  • Those who stay three nights or more in a Suite will receive complimentary one way airport transfers. Those who stay five nights or more in a villa will receive a one time wellness package.
  • Accommodation:
    There are 106 rooms, suites and villas in total, many with private pools, gorgeous verandas or outdoor terraces. The COMO Suite is perfect for families with two bedrooms, an oversized outdoor Jacuzzi, large balcony and indoor and outdoor dining areas. This room can be interconnected with two Bay Rooms to create a family-friendly four-bedroom suite. The crème de la crème comes in the form of the COMO Pool Villa. This four-bedroom villa is COMO Point Yamu’s largest space, three-stories high and located at the edge of the Cape. The upper level’s living room features a dining area for eight with chic Gervasoni furniture, overlooking the pool terrace and sea. In addition, there is a kitchen, small laundry and maid’s room, which can also act as a bedroom for an older child. This is the ideal choice for those seeking total privacy, or anyone travelling with family and staff.
  • Location:
    COMO Point Yamu is located on Cape Yamu, a tropical peninsula on Phuket’s east coast that overlooks peaceful Phang Nga Bay.
  • Getting there:
    The resort is an easy 25-minute drive from Phuket International Airport. There are two direct flights from the UAE every day to the island.
  • What to pack for dinner:
    As a resort set in a tropical environment, dinner wear is resort smart casual.
  • Restaurants:
    There are four restaurants in total plus in-room dining and a lobby lounge. La Sirena is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and benefits from views of aquamarine Phang Nga Bay. The restaurant offers a selection of simple, wood-fired Italian cuisine including wood baked pizza, seafood and a range of fresh and inventive salads. Nahmyaa opens for dinner and serves Southern Thai cuisine. Aqua Bar offers an inventive selection of cocktails and serves light snacks whilst COMO Beach Club, a beachside restaurant and bar, offers light bites, simple grilled dishes and local treats.
  • Spa:
    Guests of COMO Point Yamu can discover the calming spirit of this Phuket location at our COMO Shambhala Retreat, where we offer holistic treatments to improve mental quietude, physical wellbeing and mind-body balance. We sit at the tip of Cape Yamu, with our treatment rooms and pool overlooking the Andaman Sea and the dramatic limestones of Phang Nga Bay. Traditional local therapies include Thai massage, with an extensive range of other Asian-inspired treatments. We have also crafted a daily schedule of activities to complement the wellness experience, including yoga and Pilates alongside a range of other wellness pursuits.
  • Signature Activities:
    COMO Beach Club is located on Naka Yai Island, a 40-minute transfer from COMO Point Yamu, with 13 private salas each featuring a sitting area, daybed, private bathroom and shower (charge applies for day use), restaurant and beach bar, two treatment salas with COMO Shambhala wellness therapies, swimming pool with large pool deck, activity centre for non-motorised watersports and Play by COMO children activities.
  • The room rates are subject to 10% service charge, 7% government tax and 1% provincial tax
  • The hotel can accommodate a maximum of 2 children up to 12 years old when sharing the adult’s room. Aged at 12 years old will be charged adult price, meals and other services are chargeable.
  • Babysitting:
    Child-minding and babysitting services can be provided upon request and require an advance notice of 24 hours.

Situated just 7.5 degrees north of the Equator, Phuket’s weather varies between pleasantly warm and tropically hot. The best time of year to visit Phuket is the relatively cooler season between November and February, when temperatures range from the high 20s to low 30s, and the humidity drops. Rainy season in Phuket is from May to October and the dry season starts November and ends in April.

Rate includes

  • Daily COMO Shambhala cuisine breakfast for 2 persons
  • Daily complimentary yoga class
  • Free usage of gym, steam and sauna
  • Free access to COMO Beach Club at Naka island
    Benefits for the Villa accommodation:
  • Round trip airport transfers
  • Bottle of champagne on arrival
  • Morning basket of pastries, afternoon treats and local fruit basket
  • Laundry service
  • Butler service
  • Mini bar

Average Temperature & Rainfall in Days

Average Room Rates in USD

Rates are for double occupancy including breakfast and taxes

Visa Cost

Single entry tourist visas cost $50. For more information click here.

Top Tip

Don't ride the elephants, do your research and visit one of the reputable sanctuaries instead that take good care of these majestic creatures.

Local Currency

The local currency is the Thai baht,


Thailand is warm all year round with a tropical climate. The most popular season falls between October to April as there's more rain during the summer months.


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