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Phuket Hotel Advise

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We finally booked our trip to Thailand and we leave in two weeks!! This is our honeymoon we have been trying to plan since last August. We need hotel help! We are in our mid thirties and have traveled a lot. Looking for a resort with:
1.Awesome Beach....we love the beach. Like to get in the water. Prefer soft sand and clear warm water
2. Good location, but doesn't have to been the heart of the town, just not too far away. Good stop to explore all Phuket has to offer &
3. Resort has to have a nice gym, we like to work out
4. Clean and friendly staff.
5. Budget-lower the better(under $200), but could splurge ($500?) since its our honeymoon

For reference, we have stayed in Ritz Carlton, Secrets Maroma, Iberostar Grand.

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