Anantara Bophut Samui to Close for Major Renovations

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 1 March 2013

The Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa Koh Samui is to undergo a THB 170 million renovation.

The luxury retreat will close for seven months between 16 April and 15 November 2013, during which time the majority of room types will be changed and the spaces refurbished. Most of the resorts other facilities will also be upgraded.

Of the total 106 guest rooms, the existing six room and suite types will be increased to eight. The two new Deluxe room categories (Deluxe Garden View and Deluxe Sea View) will be expanded from 32 to 36 square metres and after the renovation guests will have the new option of requesting an extra bed in either Deluxe room category.

The existing three suite categories will increase to five, with dimensions ranging from 44 to 80 square metres. The two new suite categories (Garden View Suite and Royal Garden View Suite) will offer significantly more space 70 and 75 square metres respectively and the private pool of the two luxurious Anantara Beachfront Pool Suites is being expanded from 1.8 x 2.1 metres to a more generous 3 x 8 metres.

Resort outlets to be renovated comprise High Tide restaurant, Eclipse bar, the Library, lobby and the meeting and event rooms.

In fact all public areas will be renovated, with the exception of the Anantara Spa, the signature Italian Full Moon restaurant, the lily pond garden, shoreline swimming pool and the newly built Kids Club Baan Ling Noi.

Manish Jha, General Manager of Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa Koh Samui, said, Anantara Bophut is renowned for blending island magic with truly Thai charm and signature Anantara style, and this years extensive renovations are designed to reinforce these hallmarks beautifully. Guests will benefit from a wider choice of luxury accommodation, as well as thoughtfully enhanced restaurant, bar, relaxation and event facilities, culminating in an impressive improvement to the overall guest experience.

Anantara, Bophut, Samui

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