Ngapali Bay Villas & Spa
Ngapali Beach, Burma
At a Glance
The newest luxury hotel on Ngapali Beach
Just 32 stand-alone luxury villas, all with a sea view
Fresh and innovative cuisine, with beach service
The Frangipani Spa offers a range of eastern & western treatments
Some villas have private pools
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Ngapali Bay Villas & Spa or take a look at our itineraries to Ngapali Beach
Designed by acclaimed British architect David Wordsworth, each of the hotel’s villas has a wonderful sea view. It feels very much like a luxury boutique hotel, blending modern design with subtle inspiration from Burma such as using local paintings, antiques and teak floors set against white-washed walls.
There are four villa types to choose from. They all feature high ceilings with large picture windows looking out to the ocean. The four suites are right on the beach-front and feature a massive teak bath tub. Next, the Deluxe Sea View Villas with Plunge Pools are about half the size of the suites but have a small plunge pool and private deck. The Deluxe Sea View Villas are set a little further back within the resort, yet still have partial sea views.
The main restaurant opens out onto a terrace overlooking the ocean and serves a range of dishes including locally caught seafood. For those who want to experience something a little bit more special then you can dine on the beach. The Frangipani Spa has a range of treatments on offer.
All of the villas are varying distances from the beach but each have a view of the ocean through the floor to ceiling windows. The 4 Suite Villas and Deluxe Beach Front Villas are directly on the beach with their own pavilion and reclining chairs. The 8 Deluxe Sea View Villas with plunge pool are the second in line from the beach with their own private deck and plunge pool. The 16 Deluxe Sea View Villas are third in line from the beach.
Location & Directions
Ngapali Beach, Burma
When to go
The best time to visit Burma is during the dry season from November to April. At this time the warm and sunny days are ideal for sightseeing throughout the country. The temperatures start to rise in March, and May to September is best avoided as this is the rainy season when sightseeing can become difficult.