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X2 Samui to Open 15 June 2008

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After successfully opening X2 Kui Buri in 2007, X2 Resorts (pronounced Cross To), a Thailand-based chain of designer resorts, is set to open the latest X2 Resort at Koh Samui on the 15th June 2008.

Koh Samui Island, the 3rd largest island and one of the most famous beach destinations in Thailand, is becoming increasingly popular with hip, trendy and luxurious resorts.

Located on the tranquil Beach of Hua Thanon Beach (South of Lamai Beach) on the south-east coast of Koh Samui, X2 Resort overlooks the Gulf of Thailand with 100 meters of private beachfront.

The resort occupies 5 acres (12 Rais / 20,235 sqm) of land embracing 27 unique designer villas:

- 1 Owners Villa
- 1 Suite Pool Villa 
- 21 Pool Villas 
- 4 Garden Bungalows

The villas range from 110 to 225 sqm with pools of approximately 30 sqm.

Each designer styled private villa features a spacious private terrace, a garden patio, entertainment including a home theatre/ DVD/ LCD with satellite TV, a movie and music library, a selection of magazines and of course free high speed WiFi internet access throughout the resort.

X2 Samui is also equipped with an X2 Spa and an impressive outdoor massage pavilion to deliver a combination of traditional massages and spa treatments.

As well as in every other X2 Resort, the well known 4K restaurant and bar (pronounced fork), provides a mix & match of eastern and western dishes and the best of fusion.

According to Astudo CEO and co-owner Anthony McDonald X2 Samui is truly a totally unique resort. It is the kind of resort that guests do not want to leave. The service is of course 5-star and the private villas are a sublime relaxing oasis. The peaceful and spacious atmosphere of the resort provides a feeling akin to a 21st century temple experience alike.

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