Nestled between Sirinat National Park and the Andaman Sea in the northwestern tip of Phuket, Andaman House is a collection of eco-friendly private houses and accommodations centred around a members’ only beach club.
We’re a gathering place where mindful travel, local culture and tropical nature intersect, and where a spirit of togetherness drives every aspect of what we do.
That spirit shines brightest at the Andaman House Club, a members-only hangout for today’s eclectic tribe of travellers, where guests can relax, rewind, and indulge in an array of bespoke services and regenerative activities tailored to their every wish — from ethical safari trips to private jungle treks — or simply embrace a slower pace of life.
The entire resort, designed by legendary Taiwanese architect C.Y. Lee, is built as an eco-village with locally and sustainably sourced materials, energy-efficient facilities, and recycling systems in place. Our staff comes from local villages, and we work with a number of Phuket-based fishermen, artisans and farmers to support the local economy, and champion organic produce.
We also make every effort to ensure that the turtles of nearby Mai Khao Beach — what we think of as our special residents — are safe and that their habitat remains as it was found. We do that through our conservation projects, which we’re always happy to tell with our guests about.
But it’s also evident in our dedication to the environment, sustainability and animal welfare. At Andaman House, we are always looking for ways to reduce our footprint, care for and protect our surrounding nature, and give back to the communities we are a part of.