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Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
Belmond Napasai
Belmond Napasai
5 out of 5
65/10 Moo 5 Baan Tai, Maenam, Koh Samui, Surat Thani

Belmond Napasai: Luxury hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located by the ocean.

No reviews
Belmond Napasai
Escape Beach Resort
Escape Beach Resort
3.5 out of 5
5/1 M.1 Maenam, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$28 per night

Escape Beach Resort: Family resort with free WiFi and free parking. Located on the beach.

4.5/5Wonderful! (2 reviews)
Escape Beach Resort
ibis Samui Bophut
ibis Samui Bophut
3 out of 5
Bophut Beach Surat Thani, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$58 per night

Ibis Samui Bophut: Pet-friendly hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located in the suburbs.

4/5Very Good! (4 reviews)
ibis Samui Bophut
Melia Koh Samui
Melia Koh Samui
5 out of 5
83 Moo 5, Choeng Mon Beach, Bo Phut, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$290 per night

Melia Koh Samui: Luxury resort with free WiFi and free parking. Located on the beach.

No reviews
Melia Koh Samui
The Ritz-Carlton, Koh Samui
The Ritz-Carlton, Koh Samui
5 out of 5
9/123 Moo 5 Tambon Borphud, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$420 per night

The Ritz-Carlton, Koh Samui: Luxury resort with free breakfast and free WiFi. Located near the airport.

No reviews
The Ritz-Carlton, Koh Samui
Mercure Samui Chaweng Tana Hotel
Mercure Samui Chaweng Tana Hotel
4 out of 5
37/97 Moo 3 Bophut, Koh Samui, Surat Thani

Mercure Samui Chaweng Tana Hotel: Family hotel with free WiFi and an outdoor pool. Located in the city centre.

4/5Very Good! (1 review)
Mercure Samui Chaweng Tana Hotel
Silavadee Pool Spa Resort
Silavadee Pool Spa Resort
5 out of 5
208/66 Moo4, Maret, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$311 per night

Silavadee Pool Spa Resort: Luxury resort with free WiFi and free parking. Located in the mountains.

4/5Very Good! (5 reviews)
Silavadee Pool Spa Resort
W Koh Samui
W Koh Samui
5 out of 5
4/1 Moo 1, Tambol Maenam, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$850 per night

W Koh Samui: Luxury resort with free breakfast and free WiFi. Located by the sea.

No reviews
W Koh Samui
SALA Samui Choengmon Beach
SALA Samui Choengmon Beach
5 out of 5
10/9 Moo 5, Baan Plai Lam, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$141 per night

SALA Samui Choengmon Beach: Luxury hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located next to a shopping centre.

5/5Exceptional! (2 reviews)
SALA Samui Choengmon Beach

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Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
Cheeky Monkey's Samui
Cheeky Monkey's Samui
3 out of 5
46/14 Moo 3 Chaweng beach, Koh Samui, Surat Thani

Cheeky Monkey's Samui: Hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located in the city centre.

4/5Very Good! (1 review)
Cheeky Monkey's Samui
Chaweng Budget Hotel
Chaweng Budget Hotel
3 out of 5
17/4 Moo 3, Bophut, Chaweng Beach, Koh Samui, Surat Thani

Chaweng Budget Hotel: Business-friendly hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located in the city centre.

5/5Exceptional! (1 review)
Chaweng Budget Hotel
Rich Resort Beachside Hotel
Rich Resort Beachside Hotel
2.5 out of 5
109/12 M3 Maret Lamai Beach, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$23 per night

Rich Resort Beachside Hotel: Beach hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located on the waterfront.

3.7/5Good! (3 reviews)
Rich Resort Beachside Hotel

Top luxury Koh Samui hotel deals

Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
Bo Phut Resort & Spa
Bo Phut Resort & Spa
4.5 out of 5
12/12 Moo 1 Tambol Bo Phut, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$288 per night

Bo Phut Resort & Spa: Luxury resort with free WiFi and free parking. Located on the beach.

5/5Exceptional! (4 reviews)
Bo Phut Resort & Spa
Hansar Samui Resort & Spa
Hansar Samui Resort & Spa
4.5 out of 5
101/28 Moo1, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$306 per night

Hansar Samui Resort & Spa: Luxury hotel with free WiFi and an outdoor pool. Located on the beach.

5/5Exceptional! (1 review)
Hansar Samui Resort & Spa
SALA Samui Choengmon Beach
SALA Samui Choengmon Beach
5 out of 5
10/9 Moo 5, Baan Plai Lam, Koh Samui, Surat Thani
The price is AU$141 per night

SALA Samui Choengmon Beach: Luxury hotel with free WiFi and free parking. Located next to a shopping centre.

5/5Exceptional! (2 reviews)
SALA Samui Choengmon Beach

Accommodation In Koh Samui

Up until the 1990s, the island of Koh Samui in the eastern Gulf of Thailand was like a quiet cousin at family parties, mostly unnoticed and calmly going about its business. Then the quiet cousin went off to college, discovered house music and got really, really tan. The ‘90s saw the development of tons of places to stay in Koh Samui and the arrival of travellers from around the globe. Now it’s one of the hottest destinations in Southeast Asia, and you’re about to find out why.

Things to Do in Koh Samui

Admit it—you’re booking accommodation in Koh Samui so you can lay around on the beach all day, sipping frosty beverages and checking out the beautiful people. The only question is, which stretch of sand is right for you? Night owls can get their party on at Chaweng Beach, just south of the airport on the island’s east side. If you’re more of an early bird, Bang Rak Beach, on the north coast, is a quieter option; it also makes a great day trip to see the Big Buddha statue.

If you’re not quite sure where you fit into the taxonomy of bird euphemisms, head to Lamai Beach. It’s well-developed like Chaweng, but not as rowdy. Accommodation near Lamai Night Market has the added bonus of being near one of Koh Samui’s most happening spots. After a day spent drinking cocktails on the shore, you’ll be glad to soak it all up with the market’s huge selection of delectable dishes. Dig into hot and sour tom yam kung soup and whole salted fish with chilli lime sauce. After all, the best food in Koh Samui is the kind you can look in the eye.

Getting To & Around Koh Samui

Flights to Koh Samui will land at Samui Airport (USM) on its northeast corner, but you’ll probably need a connecting flight to get there. It’s about an hour from Bangkok and two hours from Singapore by plane. If you’re already in the neighbourhood, there’s also ferry service from Donsak Pier in Surat Thani, in the south of Thailand.

Once you’re on the island, getting around is easier than tying a sarong. The roads are well-developed, so hire cars are convenient, though they can be pricey. If cash is a concern, rent a motorbike or bicycle and get to and from your Koh Samui accommodation on two wheels instead!

Upcoming Events

There might be one other reason you’re here, besides the beach: party time! Koh Samui is the best place to catch a ferry to Koh Phangan for its legendary full moon parties. There are loads of ferry terminals on the island, all making the trip to Thong Sala Pier in Koh Phangan.

The festivities happen monthly, but party people should time Koh Samui holidays with school breaks in early January, when there will be plenty of like-minded travellers seeking a full moon—party, that is. Another thing they’re seeking: Southeast Asia Buckets. No, you won’t be building sand castles. This is the name given to the quintessential Thai backpacker beverage of whisky, ice, coke and Red Bull all mixed up in a bucket. What could possibly go wrong?

If that sounds a little too crazy for you, we don’t blame you. Trade the glowsticks and thumping beats for candles and the sounds of silence during Loi Krathong in November. During this serene holiday, locals float hundreds of tiny rafts of candles and flowers in the lakes, rivers and even the pools of some Koh Samui hotels. Some may even hold events where you can make your own krathong and join in the experience.

Get Outside!

Sure, drinking on the beach, browsing the markets and snorkelling your way through your holiday technically counts as being outside. But sometimes, you just want a little more action. How about flying at 80km per hour through the treetops with nothing but a cable holding you up? There are a few zip-line companies on the eastern side of the island that can make those (kind of weird) dreams come true.

If you prefer to keep your feet on the ground, you can still get high at the Secret Buddha Garden. It’s set at the top of Pom Mountain, one of the highest points on the island, but that’s not the most impressive factoid…this place was built by a 77-year-old farmer! And if he can do that, then you can definitely handle the climb.

You’ll be fine.

What if you’re the kind of person who gets disappointed whenever they have to leave the beach, even for eating? Koh Samui was made for you. Just book a Romantic 7-Course Dinner on the Beach, and the food will come to you. Well, not literally—it will be fresh, but not that fresh.

Must-See Spots

Hmm, did we forget something? Well, we mentioned it briefly above, but it deserves more than that. The Big Buddha statue, aka Wat Phra Yai, is one of the island’s biggest attractions. Even if you’ve only got one day in Koh Samui, you can’t miss it; seriously, you can even see the 12m-tall hulk as you fly into the airport.

The statue used to be on its own island, but thanks to development, these days you can walk or drive to it. You’ll still burn off some of those Southeast Asia Buckets, though—the stairs to the top are quite a workout, should you choose to accept it.

Big Buddha’s got some competition these days, too. Wat Plai Laem is newer, shinier and has more arms—18 to be exact. It also has its own Buddha statue and plenty of opportunities for selfies. Just be careful what you wish for as you walk around: The many-armed statue is Guanyin, goddess of fertility.

With Wotif’s great selection of hotels in Koh Samui, you’ll feel the island vibes right through your computer screen. Listen to your holiday self—book today, then pack your glow paint and your best day-drinking attire and get ready for tropical fun.

How much is a hotel room in Koh Samui?

Hotels in Koh Samui start at AU$23 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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