Four Seasons Koh Samui
Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui is located on the North western tip of Laem Yai Bay on Koh Samui, Thailand’s third largest island. Nestled in a natural amphitheatre facing a small cove and the Gulf of Siam, the Resort offers outstanding views of the neighboring islands and the private beach. Koh Samui International Airport is a 30-minute drive from the Resort.
Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui structures six distinguished Villa and Residence categories offering king and twin bedded accommodations. Family villas are a great fit for families with young children up to 12 years old, as they offer a separate sleeping area for two children. Each villa features a private infinity pool. Some of the Residence Villas also offer one or more of the following features: a media/entertainment room; a family/games room with a pool table; a small office; and a small private gym.
KOH Thai Kitchen & Bar Features authentic flavours from the islands, along with great selection of wines from all around the world. Located within a plantation of coconut palms and cooled by the gentle winds from the Gulf of Thailand, KOH offers a setting and atmosphere like nowhere else on the island. KOH’s kitchen is a creative workhouse for authentic Southern Thai cuisine, offering flavours that speak for themselves.
Guests will be delighted to see many different kinds of trees and plants. The resort is built in an area that was formerly all orchards and coconut groves. The site supports some 856 coconut trees – all of which still remain standing today within the grounds of the resort.
The Secret Garden Spa combines the tranquility of the surroundings with the pure natural goodness of plants and herbs grown at the resort. A unique spa coconut treatment is one of highlights, using a unique fragrant nourishing massage with coconut shell and warm coconut oil.
The former backpackers nirvana has developed into a fully-formed resort island, housing some of Thailand’s most upscale hotels. Chaweng is the upmarket hotel hub, with its crystal waters. Bophut and Bang Po are also popular beaches. Spend days snorkelling the coral reefs around Koh Tao and evenings lapping up the nightlife.