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Centara Villas Samui Completes Renovations

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 10 February 2012

The Centara Villas Samui has completed the renovation of all its villas at a cost of 27.7 million Baht.

A similar renovation was also recently completed at the Centara Villas Phuket under a programme to standardise across the two resorts.

Located on the southern tip of Koh Samui, near the traditional fishing village of Hua Tanon, Centara Villas Samui has its own private frontage on Natien Beach with a total of 102 Southern Thai style villas set on the hillside and beach.

A complete internal refurbishment of all the Deluxe, Spa and Pool Villas has been carried out to give a brighter and more contemporary ambience, and 40 of the Garden Villas have been re-roofed using environmentally sustainable materials with insulation inside the roof spaces to reduce electricity consumption.

All villas have been equipped with heat exchange systems to use the unused heat from the air conditioners to make hot water.

The green initiatives put in place at the resort are part of the ongoing commitment by Centara Hotels & Resorts to reduce and reuse energy and wastage and help maintain the locations in which the resorts are located.

Centara Villas Samui has been certified by EarthCheck, one of the world's leading sustainable travel and tourism certification organisations, in recognition of the resort's environmental protection practices.

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