The style of Asia Gardens Hotel and Thai Spa is 100% Asian, reflecting the owners love of the region, and rather obvious good taste…
Asia Gardens Hotel and Thai Spa is a stunning Asia influenced deluxe resort. Located on the slopes of the Sierra Cortina mountains, 150 meters above sea level. 35 minutes drive from Alicante airport, 3 km from a popular and busy beach, and just a short drive to the attractive Altea Village – see footnote.
Asia Gardens Hotel and Thai Spa has a total of 312 Deluxe Rooms and Suites.
All are spacious and beautifully designed, with an elegant uncluttered style.
The Deluxe Rooms either face the mountain, gardens, pool or ocean.
You have additionally a selection of Junior Suites which have integrated living space, and those on the ground floor with fenced garden area are particularly attractive for families (Limited number, early booking essential).
There is a further selection of Speciality One Bedroom Suites.
Several Asian speciality restaurants in differing locations (the fusion of Thai and Spanish cuisine is particularly interesting)
Numerous swimming pools, one of which is designated adult only
There are several golf courses within the immediate area
A fantastic spa, with additional indoor pool.
We should also mention the mature tropical gardens, which most certainly add to the instant attraction
The hotel does have its own conference facilities, so you will see some groups from time to time and particularly in the winter and spring periods, rarely in the peak summer months.
The style of Asia Gardens Hotel and Thai Spa is 100% Asian, reflecting the owners love of the region, and rather obvious good taste. The whole atmosphere is similar to being in a top class resort in Phuket or Samui, yet just a 2 hours flight from London.
In addition to the stylish accommodation, the gardens and the pool areas are truly magnificent and totally tropical. Just on this, the public areas are linked by a series of steps and slopping pathways, so you do need to reasonably mobile and a good sense of direction would not go amiss (maps are provided).
The whitewashed authentic village of Altea is just 15 minutes drive away and here you will find cobbled streets and a host of attractive and relaxed dining options (advance booking essential, your concierge will be delighted to help). At the other end of the scale, the ultra lively resort of Benidorm is 10 minutes drive, considerably further in terms of appeal- a different world, but visible in the bay below.
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