LHC @ Allamanda Laguna Phuket

Discover a world of relaxing vacation living at Allamanda Laguna Phuket with beautifully appointed spacious suites facing tranquil lagoons and lush greenery. This exceptional suite hotel provides the coziness of home and the fun of a resort giving you the best of both worlds for that well-deserved getaway or family holiday. Casually elegant, the interiors have a light Mediterranean feel complemented by the resort's gentle Thai-influenced roofs.

Allamanda Laguna Phuket offers a home to families, friends and corporate guests who prefer the relaxed ambience of a quiet tropical garden resort.


Treasured by vacationing families and groups of friends, offers two bedroom duplex's, one or two bedroom suites and one bedroom studio's, all with ample space and privacy. Lavish dining and living areas further recreate the familiar comforts of home.

Allamanda Duplex (3 Units)

  • Three storey
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Living Area
  • Dining Area
  • Kitchen
  • Balcony
  • Rooftop Deck and Lagoon View
  • Maximum Occupancy – 6 persons

Two-Bedroom Suite (10 Units)

  • Two Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Living Area
  • Dining Area
  • Kitchen
  • Balcony
  • Choice of Fairway, or Lagoon View
  • Maximum Occupancy – 6 persons

One-Bedroom Suite (12 Units)

  • One Bedroom
  • One Bathroom
  • Living Area
  • Dining Area
  • Kitchen
  • Balcony
  • Choice of Fairway, Pool or Lagoon View
  • Maximum Occupancy – 4 persons

Studio (8 Units)

  • One Bedroom/Living Area
  • One Bathroom
  • Dining Area
  • Kitchen
  • Balcony
  • Choice of Fairway, Pool or Lagoon View
  • Maximum Occupancy – 4 persons


Courtyard Cafe

  • Breakfast: 06:30 am - 11:00 am
  • Dinner: 06:30 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Last order at 10:30 pm

International breakfast buffet and a la carte dinner with a selection of Western and Thai dishes. A comprehensive pizza-pasta menu is available.

Lagoon Grill

  • Open: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Last order at 10:30 pm
  • Poolside restaurant overlooking the lagoon with meat and seasfood barbecues, snacks and daily specials.

    Room Service

    You can naturally also look forward to dining at your preferred time in the comfort and privacy of your suite, as the Room Service conjures up tasty delights to suit all cravings.

    Opening Hours 11am to 10pm


    Laguna Phuket guests have access to an abundant variety of recreation facilities. You are invited to wine and dine at any of the restaurants and bars within the six Laguna Phuket hotels and charge bills back to your hotel room from any of the outlets.

    Free Wi-Fi Hot Spots are available at Canal Village shopping centre in the Village Bakery.

    Free shuttle bus and ferry services make getting around Laguna Phuket easy. Regular shuttle services operate between the hotels, golf club and Canal Village shopping centre. Buses run regularly around the resort from 7am to midnight. Ferries operate every 20 minutes from 7am to 9pm weather permitting.

    Facilities include:

    • Allamanda Gallery, gift and souvenir shop
    • Angsana Spa
    • Laguna Phuket Golf Club within a 5 min walk
    • Airport limousine and coach service
    • Babysitting Service
    • Business centre services
    • Games Room & Library
    • Kids Club, age 4-8 years old
    • Laundry and Valet
    • Mini-mart
    • Major Credit Cards accepted
    • Safety deposit boxes at Front Desk
    • Travel and Tour Desk
    • Complimentary ferry and tuk-tuk shuttle service within Laguna Phuket
    • Canal Village Laguna Shopping
    • Cross-signing privileges amongst 6 resorts within Laguna Phuket

    Local Attractions

    Activities in and around Phuket

    Phi Phi Islands

    A group of islands 40 kilometres southeast of Phuket justifiably famous, with spectacular rock walls rising from crystal clear seas and stunning beaches and coves.

    Island Day Trips

    Most of the beautiful Andaman Sea 'postcard' vistas are taken on the small, sometimes uninhabited islands surrounding Phuket. The islands of Koh Racha and Koh Kai Nok offer great snorkelling. If you want to avoid crowded tour groups, private snorkeling trips by speedboat to these islands are available.

    Learn to Dive

    The waters surrounding Phuket are amongst the clearest, warmest and calmest in the world with a wonderland of tropical coral reefs below the surface. Add world-class scuba instruction at reasonable prices and you have a great place to learn to dive.

    Dive the Similan Islands

    The Similan Islands offer the unique chance of diving with whale sharks. Manta rays are also common, the coral exceptionally varied and the water incredibly clear and calm. This island group is ranked one of the top 10 diving destinations in the world.

    Phang Nga Bay

    A trip to Phang Nga Bay, with its mystic rock formations towering vertically out of the sea, is the one big 'must see' during a visit to Phuket.

    Koh Pannyi 'Sea Gypsy' Village

    Perched on stilts above the sea, Koh Pannyi is included in most tours to Phang Nga's James Bond Island. At lunchtime hundreds of tourists gather here to eat and shop.

    Sea Canoeing

    There's no better way to appreciate the limestone karsts, caves and hidden lagoons of Phang Nga Bay than by paddling around and through them in sea canoes.

    Hongs by Starlight

    This is a unique way to explore the 'hongs' and caves of Phang Nga Bay, on a late afternoon/evening canoe trip. It's so special it has been dubbed "a spiritual experience rather than a tour".

    Whitewater Rafting

    Experience the exhilaration of whitewater rafting on an adventurous day trip in the beautiful, natural environment of Phang Nga province.

    Game Fishing

    The waters off Phuket offer fantastic game fishing with a variety of good game fish including sailfish, wahoo, barracuda, tuna, marlin and bottom fish.

    Elephant Trekking and Safari Adventures

    Elephant trekking provides the opportunity to get up close and personal with these magnificent beasts and their natural jungle habitat. A safari tour offers a glimpse of typical rural life including elephants, jungle treks, monkeys, canoeing, rubber plantations, water buffalo cart rides and Thai cooking demonstrations.

    Safari Tour by Quad-Bike

    A two-hour off road journey by Quad-Bike exploring the countryside along nature trails, taking you through rubber and pineapple plantations, palm gardens and mangrove forests to an unspoiled beach.

    Horseback Riding

    Whether you are a novice or an experienced rider, you will have great fun following trails that pass grassland, golf courses, groves of conifers and white sandy beaches. Imagine the thrill of cantering through the surf. Trained guides will accompany you.

    Phuket FantaSea

    A unique cultural theme park showcasing Thailand 's exotic roots with a fusion of ancient Thai traditions and cutting-edge technology, circus acts and pyrotechnic displays. You can choose show only or show with dinner at the Royal Feast Buffet.

    City Cultural Tour

    Visit Sino-Portuguese mansions, Buddhist and Chinese temples including Phuket's most famous temple, Wat Chalong, spectacular view points, rubber plantations and a working farm to experience typical rural life.



    Phuket International Airport receives flights from all around Asia, Australia and Europe and flights from Bangkok take a little over an hour. It is a good idea to book your tickets to Phuket early, especially during the November-May high season. When you arrive, our Laguna Phuket Hospitality Centre is located in the Arrivals Hall of the Phuket airport to greet and assist Laguna's guests. The resort is only a 20-minute drive from Phuket International Airport.


    There are no regular ferry services to Phuket from other countries. If you come from abroad by yacht, you must clear Immigration and Customs located at Chalong Bay, on the southern end of Phuket.


    Phuket is 885km south of Bangkok and connected to the mainland by a 1200m causeway. Both government-operated buses and private air-conditioned tour coaches regularly make the 14-hour journey between Phuket and Bangkok. Phuket bound buses depart from Bangkok's Southern Bus Terminal.


    There is no rail service to Phuket itself. The night train from Bangkok (Hua Lumphong Railway Station) to Surat Thani is a long but scenic journey. At Surat Thani you must transfer to a bus to reach Phuket.

    Island Transport

    Public Transport

    From the airport, 'limousines' to Phuket Town or to one of the west coast beaches cost around 400 Baht. The minibus service is about 80 Baht, which can be much slower. There are also the ubiquitous tuk-tuks or open taxis. If you want a tuk-tuk to yourself, expect to pay around 300-1,000 Baht, depending on where you are going. Otherwise, if the vehicle picks up more people along the way, the fare should be somewhere around 20 or 40 Baht.

    The route buses, or songthaews, are converted trucks with benches serving as seats. They work regular routes and the destinations are clearly marked in both English and Thai. Fares cost around 20-40 Baht per passenger. Motorcycle taxis are for the stouter of heart, and the fares are to some extent negotiable. You can recognise them by the numbered vests on the drivers.

    Car Rentals

    You can hire vehicles by the day or by the week. Make sure that insurance cover is offered as the driver is liable for all damage costs in the event of an accident or otherwise.


    Regular ferry services run between Phuket and the spectacular Phi Phi islands a couple of hours to the east. Tour boats also offer daytrips to the Similan Islands, about 50 miles to the northwest, which are famed for the quality of their diving.

    Boat Rentals

    You can rent everything from a traditional wooden 'longtail' boat (with driver) to a 30-knot speedboat which will take you to the Similan Islands for diving or snorkelling and back within a day. This is one way to see the Phuket coast from the sea or to visit neighbouring islands. Other ways involve chartering a sailing yacht or booking a place on a live-aboard diveboat.