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All three of Ao Phrao's resorts are spread over a lush hillside across the tiny road from the beach. Le Vimarn should satisfy those looking to be pampered. While Ao Prao Resort remains popular among the older set, its standard rooms stacked on top of each other don't seem to warrant higher prices than its neighbour. In our view, funky Lima Coco is the pick of the bunch.
Attracting groups of younger upper middle class Thai fashionistas on weekends, Lima Coco is young and fun while maintaining the exclusive air that Ao Phrao is synonymous with. Equipped with all the mod-cons you'd expect, bright white Mediterranean style villas have funky splashes of cherry red, sunflower yellow and royal blue to contrast white-washed walls, cool tile floors and wide windows.... Read our full review of Lima Coco Resort.
From the white umbrellas lining its turquoise pool to its dramatic oceanfront entryway, Le Vimarn Resort sets the standard for luxury accommodation on Ko Samet. With the same wealthy owner as Ao Prao Resort, Samed Club, Baan Ploy Sea, Paradee and Le Vimarn Samed on Ao Wong Duen, Le Vimarn attracts a well-heeled weekend crew while being almost deserted on weekdays. The emphasis here is on... Read our full review of Le Vimarn Cottages & Spa.