Our Family's experience at Twinpalms Montazure Phuket

Hungry Hong Kong

Private PoolDaniel Haddad

Twinpalms is always one of our family’s favourite brands when staying in Phuket and their Montazure property is ideal for families visiting the stunning island. The sprawling property, holding prime real estate on Kamala Beach is stylish, luxurious, and welcoming.  We felt right at home from the minute we stepped out of the car and were greeted with a sparkling welcome drink before being brought to our beautiful suite. Our spacious two bedroom beachfront suite has all features of a luxurious apartment alongside the amenities of a five star resort. The two ensuite bedrooms were private and decadent with beds that faced the beautiful Andaman Sea. We made full use of the comfortable open lounge and large dining table and loved our spacious outdoor area. The highlight was the refreshing private pool as well as being steps from the resort’s main pools and idyllic Kamala Beach. Our children loved the beach swings, swimming while gazing at the sea, and building sandcastles while the sun set. The staff were all incredibly accommodating and always ensured we had everything we needed throughout our stay. If you are in search of luxury beachfront accommodation, spacious and stylish suites, and five star facilities Twimpalms never disappoints.


Each day we enjoyed an indulgent breakfast at Shimmer before spending our days under the sun. At the moment the resaurant is serving a semi-buffet with a la carte options. Our favourites included the Thai Style Omelette, the cold cuts platter with delicious smoked salmon and the expertly made Eggs Benedict.

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