The Slate Phuket Resort 🍀
A luxurious resort on Nai Yang Beach
The Slate Phuket is a luxurious resort on Nai Yang Beach set on a large property with a unique and rare design inspired by the tin mining era of Phuket. The Slate Phuket, formerly the Indigo Pearl, was designed by Bill Bensley, and opened in 2007. It is one of the best hotels in Phuket due to its layout, decoration, rooms, and outlets often described as ‘Industrial Chic’.
The Slate Phuket is just a few minutes from Phuket International Airport, and few steps from the lush Nai Yang Beach, making it a great holiday destination far from the crowd. There is no better beach on Phuket than Nai Yang for those who love to relax and peace. The 5-star resort features a total of 185 rooms, each meticulously designed to provide the utmost comfort and luxury.
The immense property has no less than 5 restaurants, 3 beautiful swimming pools, 2 tennis courts, a kid’s club, a well-equipped fitness center and a lush garden with many steel elements carried beautifully across the entire property. The resort has also an excellent award-winning spa, but which 5-star hotels does not have one nowadays.
The Slate Phuket is located in the central part of Nai Yang Beach near the Sirinat National Park, just south of Phuket International Airport. It is superbly nestled in its private paradise rich of beauty and arts adjacent to the unspoiled beach facing the Andaman Sea. The famous and crowded Patong Beach, most known for its notorious nightlife, is 31 km far away in the south. The popular beaches as Freedom Beach, Karon Beach, Kata Beach and Kata Noi Beach are 40/45 km far away from the hotel. These fantastic beaches with white soft sand and crystal clear waters are considered the most beautiful beaches in Phuket.
The Slate Phuket is 29 km away from the lively Phuket old Town, which has countless century-old Sino-Portuguese townhouses, coffee shops, restaurants, museums and the popular Sunday Walking Street market. A wonderful destination to not miss if you are in a tropical island as Phuket.
The Slate Phuket features a total of 185 beautiful rooms, elegant suites and luxurious pool villas to choose from. I stayed for a couple nights in a 132 sqm well-designed one bedroom Pearl Shell Suite.
The suite is a true luxury dreamscape featuring rich wood and cool stone accents with pleasant textures and hues. It comes with an over-sized bed, a large bathtub, a spacious living room and balcony, and soothing spa beds are provided for maximum comfort. The toilet and shower are separate, and there is a big storage for the suitcases. Two flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi are included, and sockets are everywhere. This luxury suite has all the amenities you can expect from a 5-star resort. Listing some as safety box, slippers, bathrobe, hairdryer, iron, kit toiletries, coffee machine, and so on.
The balcony is surprisingly large with comfortable sofa offering great view to the Family pool and to the lush garden. For a romantic mood, it is also possible to dine on the terrace with previously reservation.
The Slate Phuket features 5 superb restaurants with outstanding design and superb atmosphere. They are all excellent with great reputation. They are serving culinary masterpieces with different textures and sublime flavors that will excite your taste buds.
– Black Ginger: serves authentic Thai cuisine.
– Tim Mine: serves International and Thai cuisine.
– Rivet & Rebar: serves Contemporary, International, Grill cuisine.
Black Ginger restaurant
Black Ginger is an excellent restaurant of The Slate Phuket, and probably the best Thai restaurant in Phuket located over a luminescent lagoon.
Black Ginger received a Michelin Plate rating from the new Michelin Plate for Phuket. Michelin Plate is the sign of excellent food.
The passage to reach the Black Ginger lagoon is lit by blue lights hidden behind war shields fixed in the wall. You will be thrilled to walk through this passage before reaching the spot lagoon. Arrived at the spot lit by real torches, you will see the restaurant over the lagoon but, how to reach it?
We were welcomed into a wooden stable raft lit with torches…then the staff began to pull a rope silently to reach the restaurant across the lagoon. We were excited because it was our first beautiful experience to witness this.
The restaurant consist three Thai houses dining outdoor or indoor. It is all dark or probably painted black, but the light distribution creating a very romantic and unique atmosphere.
We tried SET SHARING MENU 1200 THB per person ++ including many Thai dishes and it was a very good choice for us! Appetizers, soup, main dish and dessert was included in the menu.
We had a fantastic experience and unforgettable dinner at the Black Ginger. We ate an excellent and REAL Thai food that we had never tried before in Phuket. Staff were very talented, professional, and polite with us.
Unfortunately that night we did not have the opportunity to meet chef Piak, the guardian of Black Ginger to do a big congratulations. Anyway this is a good reason for coming back to the Black Ginger again because it must-try!
The restaurant open at 6.30 pm so do not miss a chance to be there at sunset as we did, because the atmosphere at that time is surreal. The restaurant is getting very popular, so reservations are recommended!
Tin Mine restaurant
Tin Mine is the all-day dining restaurant of The Slate Phuket serving International and Thai cuisine. It opens at 6:30 in the early morning serving a rich breakfast buffet, including delicious pastries, Thai snacks, a large assortments of cold cuts and cheese, and there is even an egg station in a pleasant environment. The open-air restaurant is located just a few steps from the lobby. Open daily 11:30 – 24:00
Rivet & Rebar
Rivet restaurant is one of dining options in the unique, superb style and décor The Slate Phuket. Innovatively decorated, this modern grill, fine dining restaurant serves Contemporary, International, Grill cuisine. The menu is quite extensive, and has a long wine list to compliment guest meal choices. The dishes are superbly presented, and the prices are in line of the hotel standard. Due to the limited number of tables available, the reservation is essential. Additionally, guests are kindly requested to pay a non-refundable deposit of 1,000 Baht per person. It is recommended to adhere to a smart casual dress code. Dinner from 18:00 to 23:00.
Above the restaurant, there is the stunning Rebar with a dramatic and unique design. The place is cozy to indulge in tropical sips surrounded by a romantic and tranquil atmosphere. Even here is recommended to adhere to a smart casual dress code. Open: 17:00 – 24:00.
Tongkah Tin Syndicate
Tongkah Tin Syndicate is a great place of The Slate Phuket for enjoying drinks and snacks while enjoying a snooker game, darts or watching sport events on flat TV. This open-air bar plenty of details is worth visiting, just for the unique décor and atmosphere. The menu is well-illustrated and perfectly written in English. It serves Asian tapas, burgers, cheese platters and pizzas. The drinks list is vast with a great selection of cocktails, rare whiskies, international and local beers, as well a selection of after dinner drinks. Do not miss the happy hour time. Open: 16:00 – 24:00
The Coqoon, at The Slate Phuket, is an award-winning spa located in a quiet area nestled in a lush tropical garden. The spa has six luxurious treatment suites and the romantic The Nest to indulge an ultimate relaxation with body massage and facials. The Nest is set in a private spherical thatch structure suspended mid-air like a bird nest. The menu list is wide of treatments and massages with signature packages to choose from, with fragrant ingredients in the most sumptuous setting. Expert therapists are specialize in deeply rejuvenating rituals making you fresh and fabulous. It is recommended to book your treatments in advance to avoid disappointment. Operation Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
The Stockroom of The Slate Phuket, located just next to the Lobby, is a stunning boutique meticulously filled up with avant-garde art. It is the perfect place to find home décor, souvenirs, spa aromas, and bold art cutlery with stunning and unique design. The Stockroom is surprisingly plenty of items that you don’t even know where to start looking for and where to end! It is worth a visit.
Nai Yang Beach
Nai Yang is an unspoiled and charm sandy beach of Phuket with clear waters and a relaxing atmosphere just near to the Sirinat National Park and at just 10 minute drive from Phuket International Airport. The shaded beach by Casuarina pines and some palm trees, remains quiet all year round because it is not along the main road. The central part of the beach there is an area with beach loungers and umbrellas, beach restaurants, bars, massage, souvenir shops, and street food vendors.
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The Slate Phuket Contact and Info
Range: 5-star Hotel
Location: Nai Yang Beach
Address: 116 Moo 1, Sakhu, Thalang Phuket 83110, Thailand
Phone: +(66) 076 327 006