THE BEACH SAMUI
30-5 Moo 5, Baan Taling-Ngam
Thong Krut, Koh Samui
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On the southern edge of Koh Samui, overlooking a marine park thatís speckled with humpbacked tropical islands, thereís a place where turquoise waves lap at the soft white shoreline. Follow the sands up, past the rustling coconut trees, and youíll reach The Beach Samui Ė a consciously developed retreat with just 21 suites and penthouses. Overseen by resort visionary Bryan Lunt, who manages eight other hotels in Thailand, this resort designed by David Archer Architects, invites you to sit back, soak up the scenery and rediscover lifeís simple pleasures.
The oceanfront rooms, with open-plan interiors by the internationally acclaimed Yoo Design Studio, each have their own terraces, private outdoor tubs and muscle-soothing rain showers. Thailandís age-old relaxation traditions are embraced throughout The Beach Samui, and if youíre floating gently in the panoramic infinity pool, dining on organic island produce, or snoozing in a beachfront cabana, youíll find that relaxation comes naturally. There are even yoga classes to leave you physically and spiritually prepared to explore Koh Samuiís natural wonders, or you can choose to go island hopping in the marine park with the resortís private speedboat.
Experience five-star service, conscious design and escapism at The Beach Samui, a Thai island retreat with far-reaching views across the Mu Koh Ang Thong National Park.
LOCATION OF THE BEACH SAMUI
The Beach Samui is nestled on the southern tip of Koh Samui, in Thong Krut, a sleepy fishing village on the small, unspoilt island of Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand. The ultimate tropical paradise, boasting turquoise seas, white sands, lush emerald coconut groves and mystical red coral reefs. The Beach Samui is situated on one of the most pristine and underdeveloped beaches on the island - overlooking the necklace of islands, which make up Moo Koh Ang Thong, the national marine park.