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Chaweng Regent Beach Resort - Koh Samui Hotels
AU$534

Chaweng Regent Beach Resort

155/4 Chaweng Beach, Koh Samui - Map
 
 
"Beautiful grounds, fantastic staff"
Chaweng Regent is located on the beach behind a protecting reef line, easy walking to many beachside eateries and water sports vendors. The resort itself is incredibly well kept and presents beautifully. We were privileged to share a drink with the hotel manager during our stay, giving us an opportunity to let him know how much we appreciated his staff and their friendliness. Rooms are clean and appropriately equipped, restaurant provides great food, bar is expensive but has 3 happy hours each day.
Traveller from Perth, WA
Located on Chaweng Beach, this resort is in the middle of Koh Samui Island’s tourist center, and 30 km (19 miles) from the …More
Centara Grand Beach Resort Samui - Koh Samui Hotels
AU$440

Centara Grand Beach Resort Samui

38/2 Moo 3, Borpud, Chaweng Beach, Koh Samui - Map
 
 
"Great manicured gardens by the beach. "
Such a perfect location to get away from the grind of daily life. We were captivated by the lush gardens that open out to chaweng beach and the amount of shade and cover. The room was tidy and nice even though the bathroom by poor design cause water to leak to the floor. The hotel staff provided extra towels for soaking up the leak. What an unforgettable stay :)
Traveller from O
Silavadee Pool Spa Resort - Koh Samui Hotels
AU$573

Silavadee Pool Spa Resort

208/66 Moo4, Maret, Koh Samui - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (253 reviews)
Located between Chaweng and Lamai beaches on Koh Samui, this resort is within easy access of dining, nightlife, and …More
Peace Resort - Koh Samui Hotels
AU$323

Peace Resort

178 Moo 1, Bophut Beach, Koh Samui - Map
 
 
"Beach view villa"
Absolutely worth the few extra pennies for the beach front: own deck with loungers, beach 6 feet away. Magic.
Traveller from NZ
Mantra Samui Resort - Koh Samui Hotels
AU$217

Mantra Samui Resort

9/123-124 Moo 1, Koh Samui - Map
 
 
"Out of the Way but worth it"
We really enjoyed our stay at the Mantra in particular we found the views, staff and the food to be exceptional. The hotel is not on the beach or on the main tourist strip and this may not be to some people's taste but for us it was a really good place to chill out.
Traveller from Emerald Beach
CoconutsPalm Resort - Koh Samui Hotels

CoconutsPalm Resort

407/24 Moo 1 Tambon Maret, Koh Samui - Map
 
 
The Sarann - Koh Samui Hotels
AU$361

The Sarann

95-96 Moo 3, Chaweng Noi Beach, Koh Samui - Map
 
 
3.9 out of 5 (147 reviews)
The Kala Samui - Koh Samui Hotels
AU$293

The Kala Samui

210/8 Moo 4, T. Maret, Koh Samui - Map
 
 
Was very beautiful and tranquil place to stay. I was a little shocked how run down it looked, especially all the concrete. Looks way more older and worn, compared to the picture on which I booked this hotel on! Lots of tragic just outside the door, but you can hardly hear it. However, it is not near any real shops or restaurant, hard to walk anywhere from that hotel without risking your life walking on the road. Had to take taxi's and took-tooks everywhere, which are a bit costly. The rocks and ocean which the hotel overlooks is so beautiful... I was pregnant and didn't realise how many stars there would be! There is a lot, so beware!
Traveller from Australia
W Retreat Koh Samui - Koh Samui Hotels
AU$1,262

W Retreat Koh Samui

4/1 Moo 1, Tambol Maenam, Koh Samui - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (64 reviews)
Bandara Resort & Spa - Koh Samui Hotels
AU$421

Bandara Resort & Spa

178/2 Moo 1, Bophut, Koh Samui - Map
 
 
"Great pools (4) for all ages. Beach front location"
Stayed here for 2 weeks. Enjoyed every minute of it. Had great fun with the staff, joked and enjoyed their service. TUK TUK ride to Chaweng is only a few dollars each. Lots to do if one want too. Hired taxi for 5 hours and travelled the entire island, saw and did what we wanted to. (seen one temple seen them all type of thing). Safari trips to jungle, go karting, jet skis its all there to enjoy. Had room close to main pool and swam early each morning before breakfast. Beach bar good for Happy Hour cocktails. Restaurant puts on several good nights and beach BBQ and free cocktail party once a week. Again good value. Visited the hotel next door we stayed at last time for a look and glad we chose a new venue. Would highly recommend Bandara Resort. No negatives - other than DONT get a room on the street side. Can be noisey.
Traveller from Perth West Aust.
On the north end of the island, this four-story resort is 5 km (3 miles) from the airport, town, and the island’s golf …More

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    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 resorts and hotels on Koh Samui and the arrival of backpackers and 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 on Koh Samui

    Admit it—you’re booking accommodation on 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 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, if you like to look your food in the eye, whole salted fish with chili lime sauce.

    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 is 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 car hires 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!

    Best Time to Travel

    Thailand’s tropical climate makes Koh Samui holidays popular year-round, but consider rainfall and humidity when planning your trip. If planning to visit during October and November you should expect rainfall and thunderstorms, but not all the time. The rest of the year is comparatively drier, though you can expect warm showers quite frequently. Party people should time their trip with school breaks in early January, when there will be plenty of like-minded travellers seeking a full moon—party, that is.

    With Wotif’s great selection of Koh Samui hotels, 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.

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