Need to know
12 noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm. Guests who arrive early or need to check out before a late flight can rest in the Process Room, a quiet, dimly lit room with reading chairs, an on-loan iPad, cold drinks and snacks.
Double rooms from $192.68 (THB6,154), excluding tax at 17 per cent.
Rates usually include buffet and à la carte breakfast, WiFi and minibar drinks and snacks.
Look out for the hotel's mascot, a black-and-white checked bear – you might even end up sharing your bed with one.
At the hotel
Spa, gym, swimming pool, boutique, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: TV, minibar, bathrobes, slippers.
Our favourite rooms
Book an Ocean Hall room for views of Kata Noi and the Andaman Sea. These rooms have a balcony with a sea-facing bath tub and an oversized day-bed; inside, there's a huge bed and a sleek monochrome bathroom. Walls are decorated with black-and-white pictures of Phuket and words of wisdom from famous photographers.
The outside pool has sweeping views of three Phuket beaches: Kata Noi, Kata and Karon. It’s a popular spot for posing and selfies, so be resigned to unintentionally photo-bombing while you swim.
Milk-white Bokeh Spa, tucked away in the leafy gardens, dispenses massages and facials (using honey, coconut oil and fresh fruit extracts) every day between 11am and 10pm. It's lit softly in the evening, giving an added glow to your treatment.
Nikon camera; monochrome beachwear.
The hotel offers a free shuttle bus service to Kata Beach three times a day. Guests can hire motorbikes for around THB300 a day.
Foto isn't suited to guests under seven; it's more of a couples' retreat and rooms sleep two people only.