Centara Takes Over Coconut Villa Resort & Spa on Koh Samui's Thong Tanote Beach

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Centara Hotels & Resorts has rebranded the Coconut Villa Resort & Spa on Koh Samui's Thong Tanote Beach in Southern Thailand, as the Centra Coconut Beach Resort Samui. 

Centra Coconut Beach Resort has 55 guestrooms, with one all-day dining restaurant and two swimming pools - one of which is located at the beach, while the other has been designed like a canal running through the resort grounds.

The resort is located directly on secluded Thong Tanote Beach, on the south side of the island, with views across to Koh Tan and Koh Mutsum, both of which are renowned diving and snorkeling spots.

The 24 Deluxe Pool Access guestrooms are spread through the tropical setting and feature sun decks to relax on the patio beside the swimming pool.

The room size is approximately 37 sqm, including balcony. There are six Sea View Villas with a living space of 44 sqm and one Beachfront Villa of 50 sqm, each with a furnished terrace and a Jacuzzi in the bathroom.

The resort will feature Cense by Spa Cenvaree, Centaras new spa value brand that offers a selection of core treatments for guests who want to look and feel good but who dont require a full range of spa services.

Thai and international cuisines with an emphasis on fresh seafood are served at the beachfront restaurant, and there is also a beach bar and a pool bar.

"To have our Centra value brand represented on Samui Island gives us a very sound marketing strategy there," said Chris Bailey, senior vice president for sales and marketing at Centara Hotels & Resorts. "We are now able to offer three of our hotel brands on the island, which gives us a very strong marketing mix."

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