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The designers of Kata Rocks knew how difficult it would be for you to tear yourself away from the resort's Andaman Sea views—even for such necessities
as dining, sleeping, and bathing—so they created versatile, ultra-modern indoor/outdoor living spaces with walls of glass that open wide onto azure
waters and fiery island sunsets. Brilliant! And because each one- to four-bedroom Sky Villa is cleverly staggered down the rocky, cascading hillside for
which the resort is named, you'll be assured of the ultimate in privacy as you swim in your infinity pool and relax on your ocean-view terrace.
Dining here takes the term "on the rocks" quite literally. What could be more unique than a romantic private dinner served among the flat boulders at
water's edge, with a magnificent sunset reflecting in the sea? If you prefer, the staff will serve dinner poolside or in the comfort of your
air-conditioned villa, which has its own fully equipped, Euro-style kitchen. Any way you choose to dine, Kata Rocks' menu of modern Mediterranean dishes
with a touch of Thai seasonings will taste even better with the Andaman Sea for a backdrop.
From its visually stunning location, tucked on a small cape between two of Phuket's finest white-sand beaches, Kata Rocks offers easy access to beach
strolls and boating adventures from the nearby town of Kata. In fact, the area is such a popular yachting destination that the resort hosts its own Kata
Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous in December, and the prestigious Phuket King's Cup Regatta is held in Kata each December to celebrate the birthday of His
Majesty the King of Thailand, attracting more than 100 yachts to the scenic waters of Kata Bay.