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Reviews of the best hotels in Koh Samui and the beach resorts in Koh Samui, Thailand

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There are many beaches in Koh Samui, but the best has got to be Chaweng. Just one small tip; the airport at Koh Samui will take your breath away - make sure that either on the way in or out you have your camera at the ready. Bars in Koh Samui are reviewed here. Not looking for reviews?

It is important to know though that while Chaweng is the best beach there are different parts to it. This is caused by a reef, that can at times of the year, cause the sea to be extremely shallow in certain parts. For example the higher north on Chaweng Beach you go during low season the higher the risk of not being able to swim at that section of beach, therefore it can be safe to say that the best part of the beach can be found from the Centre and going South. Generally the further south you go along the beach, the water deepens and you are able to fully enjoy the cool turquoise waters year round.

Here we review some of the hotels in Samui, telling you what they are really like and what to watch out for.

Imperial Hotel Koh Samui, Imperial Boathouse, The White House Hotel, Princess Village, Ban Kaew (house), Samui New Star, Tamarind Retreat (houses), Tongsai Bay Cottages and Hotel, Poppies, Samui Bayview Hotel and Villas, Villa Flora, Chaweng Regent, Blue Lagoon, BeachComber, Muang Kulaypan Hotel, Dusit Santiburi, Munchies, Arabian Bungalows/Chaweng Cabana, Central Samui, Central Village Samui, Chaba Samui, Amari Palmreef Resort, Chaweng Cove Resotel, Victorian Resort (Impiana), Gecko, The Lodge, Sila Evason Hideaway Samui.

Sila Evason Hideaway - WOW - See pictures, special rates etc of this amazing hotel here.

The White House Hotel: WOW - What a hotel ! This is an outstanding property located on Chengmon Beach, and is without a doubt one of the best boutique hotels in Samui. From the moment you enter the lobby you seem to instantly relax, and you feel as is you have entered an exclusive resort for those that demand the highest levels of service and quality of product. The hotel has 40 rooms in three categories, superior, deluxe and junior suites, however it is very difficult to actually differentiate between the three, and for once we are not going to try as they are all great, all we will say is that the deluxe rooms are on the second floor and the superior on the ground floor. The rooms are spacious, large, light and exude a very homely feel; they all have a small living area with Thai style sofa, in-room safe, TV with Satellite channels, telephone, air-conditioning, and tea and coffee making facilities. The bathrooms are also light and well designed with a shower (no bath) being slightly separated from the wash basin and toilet, yet still enjoying an open style. The hotel even adds a wonderful oil smell to the bathrooms during your stay, which is especially designed for relaxation, similar to the oil used in aromatherapy massages. The rooms do not offer sea views, instead they look out onto a wonderful lush garden walkway, that is home to numerous exotic plants and trees. This is a hotel where you can escape everyday life, and being located on the beautiful Chengmon Beach, which is one of the most idyllic and quiet beaches on the island, will ensure a great holiday. The hotel has two restaurants, one of which 'Four Seasons' is located on the second floor of the main building, and the tables surround an open plan courtyard below. The hotel also offers guests a swimming pool, a comfortable sitting lounge with library, and a beach front restaurant. Simply put this hotel is ideal for any holiday, or honeymoon on one of the most beautiful islands in the world. See pictures of this hotel and reserve a room online with special rates click here.

Ban Kaew Ruean Kwan - or to make our life easier 'Ban Kaew', is located close to Bophut Beach, and only 10 - 20 minutes by car from Chaweng. If you are looking for something very Thai and something very different then this could be the place for you. Three, two storey private detached houses are enclosed in a private complex surrounded by white walls and a large gate. Only ONE of the houses is available for rent as the other two have occupants who live full time in Samui, so we strongly suggest you reserve this house/villa as far in advance as possible. The houses are idyllic and are built on two floors in a traditional Thai style. The upper floor consists of two separate bedrooms, one of which has a large bed and the other two single beds. Both bedrooms are very comfortably furnished, large, spacious and light. They both have their own bathrooms which are also large and light, with separate power showers being slightly separated from the main area. Just outside the bedrooms still on the upper floor is a large terrace area where you can sit outside and admire the view overlooking the Lotus pond and lush garden full of exotic plants below. The lower level, is the Living area built in an open style (no walls), with very comfortable Thai style sofas, and sitting areas, there is also a dining table and an indoor kitchen which is large and comes equipped with all you would need to prepare any feast imaginable. The house has in-room safe, tea and coffee making facilities, daily housekeeping, IDD phone, satellite TV, daily newspaper, afternoon tea, 24 hour security guard and a small swimming pool that is shared only by the three houses. As we have already said we strongly suggest that you book this well in advance as there is only one house available. To see pictures of this villa and special rates with reservation options please click here.

Chaweng Regent Beach Resort - This stunning property has one of the nicest reception areas of all the hotels in Samui, as when you enter you are confronted by a beautiful large green garden housing tropical plants and large ancient trees which are accompanied by the relaxing sounds of fountains, and tropical birds singing a beautiful chorus. The walkway between the rooms and the beach is slightly raised and meandering, which adds to the ambience and relaxed feel. The hotel is in an excellent location right in the heart of central Chaweng, yet once you pass through the reception you are met with peace and tranquility that seems a thousand miles away from the chaos outside. All of the rooms are very comfortably furnished, with every room having an electronic safe, normal coat hangers (instead of those that fit into the wardrobe), tea and coffee making facilities, satellite TV. The hotel is split into three different areas the Regency wing, the bungalows that run through the centre of the property and Villa wing. Most of the rooms are very similar, comprising of a comfortable bed, sitting Thai style sofa area, however if you do want to be in one of the wings instead of the bungalow then we highly recommend the Regency wing which are just slightly larger and a little more high tech with control panels next to the bed, and the ground floor rooms have a sunken bathtub that looks out onto a small rock garden - very nice. The Chaweng Regent has two swimming pools both of which have small children's pool that follow the guidelines of the British safety laws. Most of the rooms do not have ocean views instead look out onto the beautiful gardens. A couple of suites did stand out though and do have sea views, these are suites no 303 and 304, they are very nice and if you are able to spend that little extra you will not regret it. The spa in the hotel offers all varieties of massages and treatments including one that did catch our eyes - the - After Sun massage, which uses the cooling properties of Aloe Vera to help heal sunburn and improve overall skin health - a great idea if you are like yours truly and look like a lobster after the first day !  Breakfast is served in the restaurant, adjacent to the beach. Although this is an excellent hotel you need to know that during the months of May, June and July the sea on the beach directly in front of the hotel may be very shallow and swimming may not be possible. It is only a small walk down the beach though to find swimmable water. The food at the hotel is of the highest quality, they serve, Thai, snacks, western, with some haute cuisine dishes that are absolutely mouthwatering. The exceptionally high quality may come or at least be in part to the fact that the General Manager was previously an executive chef. Excellent choice. See pictures of this hotel and special rates that you are able to reserve online here

Poppies : Who hasn't heard about this hotel ? The first Poppies was opened in  Bali and still is a success to this day.  The Koh Samui property is found towards the South of Central Chaweng Beach, and is located at one of the best sections of beach that Chaweng has to offer. 26 Cottages that are well appointed, and private. A few do look out onto the beach (just), so try to ask for one that does, otherwise you will find your self in a lovely room that overlooks the lush gardens that help to make this hotel so relaxing. The hotel boasts a small swimming pool, and a very good restaurant. It is highly recommended to reserve in advance, as the hotel is small and has a lot of repeat guests who refuse to stay anywhere else. Special room rates, online reservations and pictures here

Imperial Samui : There are two Imperial hotels in Samui, so make sure you get the one that you are looking for. The Imperial Samui, is at the southern end of Chaweng Beach, on a quieter and more secluded spot called Chaweng Noi . It is built in the form of a collection of Mediterranean Villas, which are spread out in lush green gardens. It has two swimming pools, one on the upper level of the hotel and the other adjacent to the beach. The hotel has a wonderful slightly more secluded beach front than most of the hotels in Samui, and due to its location there are fewer vendors than in central Chaweng allowing you to enjoy the beauty of the turquoise waters and clean sand. It has a very relaxed feel to it, and is an ideal choice of hotel, for any holiday. It is not surprising that the hotel is especially popular with honeymoon couples. It is only 10 minutes by taxi from all the nightlife and shops in downtown central Chaweng, which gives you a far more relaxed and quieter holiday than some of the other properties. Most of the rooms at the hotel offering great views over the multi coloured sea below. An excellent choice. See pictures, special rates and online reservations here.

Imperial Boat House Samui : This is the second of the Imperial properties, mentioned above, Found on Cheangmon Beach it is in a great location for a quiet and relaxing holiday. The hotel is amazing, with some very unusual rooms. Please see our Koh Samui photo section. If you do stay at this hotel try to stay in one of the rice barges, (strongly recommend this) as you will be rewarded with upstairs and downstairs living space, your own private sundeck, to put it simply a real hotel experience that will ensure you will not forget Koh Samui for a very long time. See pictures, special rates and more information with online reservations here.

Princess Village : Same owners as the Whitehouse on Cheongmon Beach. The Princess Village offer small quaint rooms, that are housed in a traditional Ayutthaya style Thai House. Perched on stilts the old "houses" will ensure a holiday with a unique experience, that will ensure at the very least that know that you know you are in Thailand. Although without swimming pool, or telephones in the rooms you are right on Chaweng Beach, so you do not have far to run for that refreshing swim. See pictures, special rates and more information with online reservations here.

Sila Evason Hideaway Samui - Possibly one of the most luxurious resorts in Koh Samui - just look at the pictures. Full review to come soon. See pictures, special rates and more information with online reservations.

Beachcomber Hotel : A slightly more budget hotel than its sister property the Blue Lagoon. The hotel has four different room categories, superior (50) which are in a three storey main building running away from the beach, deluxe villas (3) which are closer to the beach and are individual bungalows, Thai Bungalows (3) which are the most basic room category and resemble the traditional bungalows that can be found throughout Samui, and  three suites. The hotel has lush gardens running through its centre, and most rooms look out onto this. The rooms are comfortable, with every room having a double and single bed, duvets are used in every room, every room also has a cassette stereo player, satellite TV, a balcony, tea and coffee making facilities, and a key safe. Some of the rooms only have shower, others have bath and hand held shower, depending on what you prefer. The swimming pool surrounded by the lush green garden is very peaceful and set a little back from the beach. The deluxe villas are rooms 401, 402, 403 with 401 being the closest to the beach, and also the closest to the restaurant where live music is occasionally played, until around 11pm. Of the superior rooms the third floor would be a great option, even though there is no lift, as they are above the trees and shrubbery, and allow more of a view, of the turquoise sea.         

Blue Lagoon : A higher quality property than its sister the Beachcomber hotel. The Blue Lagoon is not the most attractive hotel from the outside which is relatively deceiving, do not let this fool you, the rooms are of the highest quality (deluxe villas) and are very nice and comfortable. The hotel is located towards the North end of Chaweng beach and only a few seconds walk to the major shops and restaurants of Chaweng. The hotel has three room categories, deluxe villas, superior rooms, and village villas. The village villas of which there are only a few are on the other side of the road away from the beach. The deluxe villas are very impressive and use a very relaxing and comfortable colour scheme in the rooms, which gives each room a very cosy feel. As many of the deluxe villas look out onto lovely green gardens many do not have one hundred percent sea view, but a few do. Those with full sea view are rooms 603, 604, and 605. All the deluxe villas have CD hi-fi players in the room and have two beds one double and one single, all rooms are equipped with duvets, and the deluxe villas even have remote controlled air-conditioning. All rooms also come with tea and coffee making facilities, and electronic safes. The superior rooms are also very comfortable and well decorated, however they do not have CD players, instead each room is equipped with a stereo player that plays cassettes. The hotel is a great option for families, as the swimming pool is very nice, and they have a small playground area where the children can enjoy by themselves. The hotel even has a resident baby elephant called 'Bank' which is very tame and a great hot with kids and most of the adults at the hotel. As the sister property the Beachcomber is more centrally located (further North on Chaweng), a free shuttle bus is provided between the hotels, this is mainly because, during certain seasons the sea can be quite shallow, especially during the months of May, June, and July, whereas the Beachcomber has deeper water to swim in.                   

Samui New Star : This small hotel is a great little property and a very well kept secret, it is located next door to the Imperial Samui Hotel in the Southern end of Chaweng Beach on Chaweng Noi, and is an excellent choice for people who want to get away from it all, as there are no telephones, and no televisions in the rooms, plus being family run it really does have a home away from home feel to it. The property has three varieties of rooms, although we are only going to tell you of two of them as the third is likely to disappear in the near future. All of the rooms are in bungalow format, with deluxe and superior available for you to choose from. The deluxe rooms are the larger of the two, and are built on brick stilts facing the sea, rising from the beach up the small hillside. They are well separated and each has a large balcony, with sufficient space for you to sit and admire the wonderful view of the beach and sea, only steps away. Inside the rooms you have two four poster beds, a nice clean bathroom with shower (only-no bath), air conditioning and a small fridge, with an elegant interior design of varnished wood. The superior rooms are slightly smaller and the view is not quite as good as with the deluxe variety, having said that they are very cosy with the double bed slightly raised in the centre of the room and the extra bed hidden behind a curtain in the corner of the room. The resort has a beautiful restaurant that faces the beach and is open on the sides so you can enjoy the refreshing sea air whilst enjoying tantilising Thai or International food. With the resort being located at the end of Chaweng Beach, you are able to enjoy the beautiful scenery, and beach without the larger crowds that you find in the centre of Chaweng, and if you can push the budget that little further we highly recommend the deluxe rooms. Rates range from 900 - 1,800 Baht depending on the season, and room category.

Villa Flora Samui : Located in the Northern end of Chaweng Beach, A small bungalow style property with only 21 rooms. The rooms are basic yet relatively spacious and clean with bathroom and air conditioning. The bathrooms only have shower, but are quite nice as the toilet and shower are in separate rooms. As this property is built in a U away from the beach, with the swimming pool in the middle the two best rooms are 125 and 112 as these are the two rooms which offer 100% unobstructed rooms of the beach. Rates range from 1,000 - 1,800 depending on the season.  The sea can be a little shallow here at certain times of the year.

Samui Bayview Hotel and Villas : If you enjoy hotels with views, then this is without a doubt the hotel for you. The views are amazing and are a little similar to those of the Novotel Coralia in Phuket if you know it. Located high on a hill in the Southern area between Chaweng and Lamai, the hotel offers views looking out over a lot of Samui, but mainly the Beach and curve of Chaweng. The hotel has only 50 rooms but seems much larger. Of these 50 rooms 10 are "garden" view as the hotel calls them, and the others are 3 suites and 37 sea view rooms. We do have to say though that it would be a crime to stay here and not have one of the seaview rooms, as the views are truly stunning. All the rooms are very well appointed and comfortable, with all the modern amenities you could require, including Satelitte TV, electronic safe, floor to ceiling windows, large private balcony, and tea and coffee making facilities. Every room also has a separate shower and bath and the bathrooms are very nicely designed. The suites are mind blowing as two of them are the corner rooms, meaning you have wall to wall / floor to ceiling windows all the way around. The hotel offers guests 4 swimming pools, one of which is on three levels and flows from waterfall above, the pools are again further enhanced by the stunning and unobstructed views of the sea and green countryside below. The deck chairs around the pool are of the wooden variety so comfortable to spend hours on sunning yourself. Did we already mention this hotel has stunning views !!

Tamarind Retreat Villas & Spa : Not many people know about this amazing little choice. Tamarind Retreat Villas & Spa offers you Thai houses that are very well built and spread out over a hill that offers, privacy, tranquility, and some wonderful views. They come furnished, and have kitchens one or two (ish) bedrooms and and are really all very impressive. The Saladaeng, Wind, and Japanese Garden Villas stood out the most, and we recommend these highly. They do not have a swimming pool, nor do they offer air conditioning, but with a cool evening breeze and a lot of the houses built into enormous boulders, you wont even feel the heat. It must be said that these are built into a hill, and are very much in touch with nature, this means that there is the possibility of the occasional insect. We are not trying to put you off by saying that, but it is better you know. The Tamarind Retreat Villas & Spa also offers massages and spa in a very relaxing and idyllic surrounding. 

Tongsai Bay Cottages and Hotel : Wow, a stunning hotel. Room 515 is absolutely outstanding and if 30,000 Baht a night does not give you a cold sweat then we highly recommend  that room. What we like most about this hotel is the laid back atmosphere, and also the fact that for once a hotel is actually trying to be fair to its guests by only charging a small amount for wine, compared to other hotels who normally triple or at least double the buying price.  A carafe of house wine here is 250 Baht compared lets say to the average price of most other hotels of 380 Baht. Not all their rooms are as pricey as the one mentioned above, but they are all well laid out and spacious especially the cottages. The hotel has its own private beach, so there are no vendors offering you goods all day long. It is located just after Chengmon beach and so is around a 15 minute drive from central Chaweng. Many people regard this as one of the top 5 hotels in Samui - and we have to agree with them. 

Muang Kulaypan Hotel : An interesting hotel that is very different from any other property we have seen in Samui. Do not let the outside put you off, as from the road, you could easily pass the property mistaking it for anything else, without ever imagining it being a hotel. Once inside it is a different story. It is actually one of the most difficult to review, as it is so different. If we say to you that the hotel was designed and built by an artist you may start to get a little of the picture. The hotel is built in an U design with a large expanse of grass garden between the two side wings, which stretches up to the beach. The hotel has four different room categories, standard (inside corner of wing - no sea view), superior (sea view - with large terrace area), deluxe rooms that are all in the right wing (with sea view) and honey moon deluxe rooms that are in the left wing. The rooms are very artistic, with an air of simplicity, yet comfortable. All rooms have hot and cold shower. The hotel has a very nice restaurant that is located on the beach and is called Budsaba, which serves Northern and Southern Thai food. The restaurant has 7 small and risen 'sala's' (small open huts on stilts) that allow private dining in a very romantic atmosphere. If you do go to this restaurant please do try to ensure that you reserve one of the beach sala's as it is an experience by itself.          

Dusit Santiburi : Privacy, style, luxury, in a relaxed and natural environment, make this one of the best hotels on the island. The villas at this lovely hotel are well appointed. They are in the process of opening a spa, that will really be the icing on the cake for this well established hotel. The rooms are also going through a very soft refurbishment to ensure the maximum comfort for the guests.

Munchies : Personally we have always found the service to be quite bad here. They have just finished renovating their bungalows that can be found along the South of Chaweng Beach. Instead of keeping their prices at the past price of  500 Baht they now insist that the cheapest room is 2,000 Baht. Believe us if that is the rate you can get a LOT better.  

Arabian Bungalows and Chaweng Cabana are pretty much the same thing. Great location towards the South/Central Chaweng Beach, they offer bungalows with air conditioning and without from about 400 Baht up depending on the season. A picture can be seen in our picture section.

Central Samui - As with other hotels in Southern Chaweng, this is surely one of the best locations along Chaweng Beach. It is a beautiful, very large and spread out hotel, with some rooms quite a distance from the reception. Great facilities. If you are not looking for the intimacy and special uniqueness that can be found from staying within a bungalow, and prefer the feel of a large International style property then this is definitely the choice for you. A more in depth review coming soon.

Central Village Samui - Located on the Southern tip of Koh Samui. A full review is coming soon.  

Chaba Samui - Again in Chaweng, this is an unusual style of building. It is a modern four storey building that runs away from the beach, meaning that the rooms are not ocean facing. The hotel has two wings, the ocean wing and the lake wing, the ocean wing is the one closer to the beach, and the lake wing is just across the road from it. The property has two swimming pools one in each wing, the beach front pool even has a small food stand that serves hot dogs, beef burgers and sandwiches grilled there next to you. We highly recommend the suites in the Ocean wing which finish with the number X17 as these rooms have a full ocean view, with floor to ceiling windows. Every room in the hotel has tea and coffee making facilities and the rooms are well furnished with all the modern amenities that you would need.

Amari Palm Reef Resort Samui - Further towards the North of Chaweng Beach, the lobby and reception area are beautiful. Most of the rooms can be found on the other side of the main Chaweng road, so you will need to cross the road to get to the beach. The Amari Palm Reef Resort does have six junior suites and a few Superior rooms that are beach side and facing the sea. See Pictures, special rates and online reservations.

Chaweng Cove - Is now called Chaweng Cove Resotel This property was one of favourites if you like small quiet and unpretentious hotels, it was (and still is) in one of the best locations on Chaweng Beach, right next to the famous Poppies Resort. Chaweng Cove, was simplicity at its best, no TV's, no telephones, cheap, clean, friendly staff, nice food and a great beach front. A great place to relax. Since the changes, tvs have been added, a swimming pool built etc etc. A full review will appear early 2003.

Victorian Hotel & Resort - is now called the Impiana. The Victorian we would not have recommended to anyone and we shall soon be doing a full review of the now completely refurbished hotel.

Gecko : Located on Bophut Beach, which is fast developing itself as a serious alternative to Chaweng, with some good entertainment of its own, excellent restaurants and a nice beach. This tiny hotel has only 8 bungalow rooms. It does have a very nicely decorated bar, located just next to the beach, with a pool table. The rooms however are very unusual to say the least. They are only slightly decorated so the floor and walls are bare concrete. They are basic to say the least but could be regarded by some as 'hip' or even 'artistic', but personally I am not sure if I would agree. Then again for only 650 Baht or thereabouts you can't really complain.

The Lodge - Again another small property on Bo Phut Beach, in the heart of the restaurant and bar area, which is regarded as the "French Quartier" by those living full time in Samui. The location is great and the property is actually a very elegant three floor house. We unfortunately did not see the rooms here, but they do all have sea views. Looks nice.

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