Thai temptation

Point Yamu by COMO Hotels & Resorts, in soft opening until April, marks the first Thailand resort from the company outside of Bangkok. Located on Cape Yamu, a peaceful peninsula on the east side of Phuket, Point Yamu overlooks the limestone karsts of Phang Nga Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Andaman Sea. Designed by Italian designer Paola Navone the hotel esthetic combines the signature clean lines and pared-back contemporary style of the COMO brand paired with Navone's eclectic, colourful approach and use of local materials. Bright aquamarines, hot oranges and crisp whites blend with traditional wood tiling and woven rattan, with each ocean-facing room featuring floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel itself is comprised of 106 rooms and private villas (now available for purchase), a 100-metre swimming pool, Italian and Thai restaurants, a child-friendly interactive learning area and the renowned COMO Shambhala Retreat.