- 3D2N stay for 2 for $209 (up to $552 value)
- 4D3N stay for 2 for $305 (up to $828 value)
- 6D5N stay for 2 for $485 (up to $1,380 value)
Hotel at a glance
The geometric roofs with white spires tower just over the coconut trees of the beachside resort, as the theme of traditional Thai Lanna architecture permeates from the integral structure of the hotel to choice elegant wood furnishing on the common grounds. A similar theme of tradition and culture is echoed in the rooms, with warm lighting bouncing off select art pieces and rounded furniture that is of distinct Thai heritage. An open-concept bathroom is filled with luxurious amenities, equipped with a built-in bathtub and separate shower while the private balcony overlooks the verdant foliage of the resort grounds. A large free-form pool is fortified with a built-in view of the island’s balmy baby blue seas, right next to the pristine beach set up with lounge chairs and filled with powdery white sand.
- Room size: 42 sqm
- Bedding type: Double- or twin-sized bed
- Max. occupancy: 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child per room
- Restaurant and bar
- Swimming pool
- Tour services
- Babysitting services
- Laundry and dry cleaning services
- Airport transportation
- Wheelchair access
- Complimentary Wi-fi
Add-ons (payable to hotel)
- Extra bed with breakfast for adult (aged 12 and above): THB1,200 per person per night
- Extra bed with breakfast for child (aged 3 – 11 and above): THB800 per person per night
- Stay without extra bed with breakfast for child (aged 3 – 11): THB300 per person per night
Koh Samui, Thailand: What to see and do
Described by Lonely Planet as a “Thai personification of the Old Hollywood starlet”, Koh Samui has been a mainstay of the Asian tropical getaways since the 1980s who has yet to lose her lure. Located on the southeast corner of the region, Thailand’s second largest island owed her rise from an isolated but self-sufficient fishing and plantation community to a tourism-based economic investment due to her dollops of forested islands and cerulean waters.
Whispered to have gained her name from the Malay word for safe haven (saboey), the island of Samui sits in the embrace of the Gulf of Thailand which gives it her (mostly) pleasant weathers around the 42-odd islands of the Mu Koh Ang Thong National Park. The home of the Ang Thong district’s limestone formations which arose from the erosion which occurred overtime, the gazetted area is your hunting ground for the sights of the Sleeping Cow, Kicking Cow, and Three Pillars Island.
Then, move closer to shore and discover the main tourist sands of Chaweng, Lamai, and Bophut, or the locations where the hammocks were said to have been strung up by the beach’s first visitors. Expanding from a backpackers’ guesthouse venture to the current high-tier hotels which now pepper the stretch, Samui’s population also comes with her expansion, as seen with your choice of the an average day’s out of Chaweng flyboarding, Lamai Escapology immersive game, and Bophut Go-Karting.