Panviman Resort Koh Phangan
Koh Phangan, Thailand
Located on the beautiful coastline of Koh Phangan, Panviman Resort Koh Phangan looks out over a steep hillside onto Thong Nai Pan Beach. With a variety of room types and swimming pools, this resort also boasts some of the best views on the island.
At a Glance
Great private beach with sun loungers to relax on
Try one of Panviman's signature spa treatments for the ultimate rejuvenation
Fantastic fresh seafood available at the Stone Beach BBQ each night
Every room is spacious and have great views overlooking Thong Nai Pan Beach
Explore the island on a guided trek, snorkeling trip or kayaking around the bay
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to Panviman Resort Koh Phangan or take a look at our itineraries to East coast beaches and islands
Situated on the south of Thailand in Koh Phangan, Panviman is a four-star resort offering great value for money. Its natural beauty and layout give it a unique character, and with great facilities, guests will have plenty to keep them entertained.
Panviman offers a range of different room types and suites, all in keeping with the resort's tropical environment. Outside, try some kayaking around the area. The waves are calm so its a perfect spot to discover the island's beautiful azure waters.
Dining at Panviman needn't be formal, its a barefoot experience to remember. Start your day with a delicious fresh breakfast, the banana pancakes being a real highlight. For dinner expect fantastic beach bbqs with a cocktail in hand, 360 degree views at the Pan Sea restaurant right on the beach or some light bites at the Pool Deck Bar.
Other facilities include the resort's spa located on the top of the hill. From here enjoy being pampered whilst enjoying great views. There are six different massages to choose using Aroma oils and Thai therapies. Relax at the beach, by the elevated pool overlooking the bay or explore the island with one of the resort's many experiences available from trekking, snorkeling and boat trips.
There are 87 different rooms, suites and villas at Panviman, each featuring spacious bathrooms, comfortable beds and all the mod-cons you would expect.
The superior rooms measure 32sqm and can take either a king or twin sized beds.
The deluxe rooms measure 44sqm and include a terrace and air-conditioning.
At 51sqm the Deluxe Cottages are a step up from the Deluxe Rooms. Some Superior Rooms include a outdoor jacuzzi.
|Deluxe Jacuzzi Grande||
With outstanding views the Deluxe Jacuzzi Grande measures 33sqm.
At 40sqm the Family Cottage is a great option for families with young children.
At 70sqm the Pool Villas are very spacious. All Pool Villas come fully air-conditioned.
The Spa Villa measures 80sqm and an open air terrace. Here you can enjoy the jacuzzi and some spa treatments in the privacy of your own villa.
The Presidential Suite has panoramic views and at 122sqm, has plenty of space.
Children are very welcome to stay at Panviman Resort Koh Phangan. There is a kids club with a warm and friendly team. Babysitting is also available at an additional cost.
There are three restaurants to choose from at Panviman. The Pan Sea Restaurant serves up a mix of Thai and international breakfasts, Stone Beach is a great option for lunch and dinner and even offers a beach bbq with some delicious fresh seafood options. Finally the Pool Deck Bar offers light lunches, cocktails and music which make for a romantic setting under the stars.
There is plenty to do at Panviman include a head to toe pampering at the Panviman spa, large swimming pool with jacuzzi and the array of water activities including boat trips, kayaking and snorkeling trips. Guests can also explore the area on a guided hike to see the best of this beautiful island.
Location & Directions
Koh Phangan, Thailand
Panviman can be found on the unspoiled beach of Thong Nai Pan Bay, Koh Phangan.
When to go
Koh Phangan has a tropical climate and the best time to visit is from February to September, which is relatively dry but there is some rain every month. February to April are the driest months. October to January are wet with the monsoon coming from the northeast across the Gulf of Thailand.