• The Andaman
  • The Andaman

The Andaman

  • This beautiful hotel is a great base for couples who like to relax and explore. Its position on the white sands of Datai bay means it enjoys wonderful views of the Andaman. The surrounding rainforest also offers opportunities for more adventurous couples to take wonderful hikes or biking trips around the area. Children are also welcome with their own club.


    • Swimming pool
    • Children's swimming pool
    • Gym
    • Babysitting
    • Bar
    • Wi-Fi
    • Restaurant
    • Spa / Wellness Centre
    • Ballroom
    • Beauty Salon / Hairdresser
    • Children's Playroom
    • Golf Course

    Property Type



  • Stylish beachfront hotel surrounded by rainforest in Langkawi

    Surrounded by rainforests and mangroves on the white sands of Datai Bay is The Andaman. Ideal for anyone with a soft spot for picturesque views, you can enjoy panoramic views of the bay from the Beach Bar which serves up lunch and snacks.

    Come evening there are 5 different restaurants to choose from with a wide variety of cuisines from Japanese to Italian.

    If you are into relaxation and indulgence on your holiday, days can be spent lounging by the pool or relaxing at the resort’s impressive spa.

    If you prefer something more active than the rainforest surrounding the resort is an ideal place to go on a free nature walk or take a mountain bike on one of the hiking trails. If you prefer the warm waters of the Andaman then there are plenty of non-motorised water sports available as well as snorkelling and diving. For those interested in other activities, cookery classes are available.

    Children are also catered for at the hotel with a club for 4-12 year olds.


    The 178 rooms and suites are spacious with a modern, Asian decor and views into the rainforest, over the gardens or out to sea. Some suites offer a Jacuzzi or plunge pool.

  • Nearest Town

    Datai Bay

    Nearest Restaurant


    Nearest Shops


    Nearest Airport

    Langkawi (40 minutes)


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Chris Radford
Chris Radford
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