Villa Fah Sai is a perfect hideaway to focus on recharging the body and soul with the ocean panorama, visible from every room, setting the stage for a relaxing stay.
Having formerly graced the pages of The New York Times as one of its featured, Great Homes of the World, Villa Fah Sai blends the contemporary design timelessness of Frank Lloyd Wright with the refined comforts of a luxury tropical retreat.
Making the most of her oceanfront location, the two-level home is designed in an L-shaped orientation to provide uninterrupted panoramas from all its spacious rooms. The grand entrance opens into a wide living room, the space naturally lit with the sun's rays radiating through the paneled glass facade, which can be opened to draw in the balmy ocean breeze. A plush, over-sized sofa provides front row seats for the the eyes to gaze over an onyx-tiled reflecting pond that seemingly melds into the Andaman Sea and Patong Bay to the south.
As the day winds down, guests are invited to retire into one of five private bedrooms, each one designed as a personal retreat complete with en-suite bathroom. Apart from the master bedroom, which is nestled into a quiet corner on the upper level, all bedrooms open onto the villa's expansive lower level poolside veranda, the perfect place to congregate for cocktails or simply between dips in the enticing 18-metre fresh water infinity pool.