Activities & Things To Do
Kata Rocks is all about the chill. Everything here is designed to give you a truly relaxing escape away from it all.
In addition to your own private pool at your villa, the hotel boasts a gorgeous 35 metre infinity pool for all guests to enjoy. Float and take in the endless sky or get a few laps in before relaxing under the shade of a parasol with a cool drink.
If you desire to be thoroughly pampered, head to the Infinite Luxury Spa - they offer a wide range of treatments using the best organic products, including traditional Thai massage. The highly trained therapist's conduct a private assessment with each guest to help them personalise a treatment or programme where guests can relinquish, rejuvenate, recover, cleanse or just be pampered.
The gym is considered one of the most cutting edge in the area, you can receive guidance from the on staff fitness consultants or use a simple web-based application. With outstanding ocean views and state-of-the-art equipment, working out has never been such fun!
Kata Rocks uses its Sunset Sessions to showcase local and international talentfrom musicians and DJs. Understated yet thoroughly contemporary tunes complement the Sunset Session spirit effortlessly. A nightly musical treat perfect for the idyllic luxury resort setting, inviting guests to kick back and chill out next to Kata Rocks' signature 35-metre infinity swimming pool.
The resort can also provide Thai Cooking Classes in the kitchen of your own villa. Learn more about the variety of flavours, methods and ingredients as you grind pastes, chop the meat and vegetables, stir-fry, deep-fry and stew before proudly tasting the most delicious Signature Thai Cuisine.
When you feel like exploring beyond Kata Rocks, you will find the sandy Kata beaches very close by (Kata Noi & Kata Yai) or walk just 5 minutes to find a range of boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and activities in Kata Village.
Phuket town and Patong beach are just a twenty minute drive away. Phuket is one of the most popular travel destinations in Thailand. For a small island, there's a lot to see, from the stunning Phang Nga Bay with its sheer limestone cliffs and emerald waters to the quaint architecture and excellent restaurants of the old town, from the colourful and outrageous Bangla Road nightlife to the magnificent Wat Chalong temple.