Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Lined with attractive wooden shopfronts, Bophut's Fisherman's Village has a bit of an old-world charm to it that you'll find nowhere else on Ko Samui. The guesthouses and hotels in the village are mostly boutique-style affairs, and there's some excellent options to choose from. The only downside is it is a bit of a walk to the better part of the beach, but that doesn't seem to bother anyone who stays here.
Med meets Samui98/2 Moo 1, Bophut Beach
T: (077) 245 943;
If it wasn't for the Buddha images adorning its walls, you'd be forgiven for thinking L'Hacienda was somewhere in the Mediterranean. The French owner's influence can be seen in its stylish terracotta ... Read the full review of L'Hacienda Hotel.
Best value for money in Fisherman's VillageMoo 1, Bophut Beach
T: (085) 697 7184;
Don't be deceived by the nondescript exterior of Cocooning Hotel; once you enter this quaint little hotel, you will fall for its charm. Six standard rooms are individually furnished in different ... Read the full review of Cocooning Hotel and Tapas Bar.
Thai-style bungalows ideal for families and groups93/1 Moo 1 Bophut Beach
T: (077) 425 361; F: (077) 425 239
Smile House consists of 54 bungalows ranging in size and price spread across a clever layout with bungalows set among trees and around two swimming pools. The resort is ideal for families or larger ... Read the full review of Smile House.
Character and charm at reasonable rates91/1 Bophut Beach
T: (077) 427 645; F: (077) 427 644
Eden Bungalows oozes character, both from its design as well as the staff and locals hanging out at the bar for evening cocktails. There are two main types of accommodation on offer. The deluxe ... Read the full review of Eden Bungalows.
One of Samui's more unique places to stayFishermans Village, Bophut, Ko Samui (From the main entrance to the village, turn left at the pier, and Samui-Ley is about 300 metres further on the right)
T: (077) 245 647;
At first glance, it’s hard to figure out what Samui-Ley is. Is it an art gallery? Is it a clothing and knick-knack store? Is it a coffee shop? Is it a guesthouse? Well, all of the above, actually. ... Read the full review of Samui-Ley Hotel.
Intimate beachfront hotel, not for small children6/9 Moo 1, Bophut Beach
T: (077) 245 733; F: (077) 245 735
Baan Bophut is a small hotel set on the beach in Fisherman's Village. Rooms are tastefully decorated and offer cable TV with DVD players, air-con, WiFi, minibar and tea- and coffee-making facilities. ... Read the full review of Baan Bophut.
Spacious colourful rooms6/10 Moo 1, Bophut Beach
T: (077) 427 268; F: (077) 427 262
B1 Villa and Spa is located right on the beachfront in Fisherman's Village. The name is a bit deceiving as the spa consists of a saltwater Jacuzzi and splash pool, and massages are offered in the ... Read the full review of B1 Villa and Spa.
Good value in a great location1/2 Moo 1, Bophut Beach
T: (081) 818 8677;
Greenhouse Samui Apartments are located above Kohinoor Indian Restaurant, via a rather steep staircase. For this reason, they are not suited to the elderly or anyone who battles with stairs -- ... Read the full review of Greenhouse Samui Apartments.
The main stretch of Bophut Beach is now home to mostly four and five star luxury resorts, but don't fret -- there's still a few budget gems about the place.
Morocco meets Asia177 Moo 1 Bophut Beach, On the Ring Road, about 300m past World Resort
T: (077) 425 085; F: (077) 425 177
Should you be celebrating a special occasion, or need to impress someone while on Ko Samui, the restaurant at Zazen Boutique Resort & Spa, will be sure to meet the mark. Having been there on several ... Read the full review of Zazen Boutique Resort + Spa.4,000B to 8,000B 1 vote Toprange
Backpackers' dream175/7 Moo 1, Bophut Beach
T: (077) 427 517; F: (077) 427 724
Not quite free as the name implies, but close to it, these bungalows are positioned under the trees along a path leading to the beach. Spotlessly clean air-con or fan-cooled, wood-clad bungalows have ... Read the full review of Free House Bungalows.Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
Pricey but very comfortable178 Moo 1 Bophut Beach, Ko Samui
T: (077) 425 357;
Peace Resort & Spa originally set up in 1977 under another name on a then-deserted Bophut beach; the latest renovation in 2007 transformed the bungalows into what you see today, a good midrange ... Read the full review of Peace Resort & Spa.
T: (0)818 299 045;
The name says it all in this case. The Sundays Sanctuary is precisely a sanctuary, set back from the busy Ring Road in Bophut. It’s not often you’ll find such stylish accommodation at this price ... Read the full review of The Sundays Sanctuary Resort & Spa.
Solid off the beach value157/43 Moo 1, Bophut, Ko Samui
T: (077) 246 246; F: (077) 247 246
Samui Heritage Resort is tucked away and would not easily be stumbled upon without knowing it was there. The only access is through a shopping complex, with the resort located at the end of the row ... Read the full review of Samui Heritage Resort.
Chill with the fishermenBophut Beach, bordering Mae Nam
T: (081) 895 4780;
Situated in the east of Mae Nam, across the river from the five-star Zazen Resort, Chalee Villa Resort is hard to find from the road, but easily spotted from the beach. In saying that, the place ... Read the full review of Chalee Villa.Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker
The kids will like the colours108/10 Moo 1 Bophut Beach, Ko Samui
T: (077) 425 631; F: (077) 425 634
The first thing to catch your eye at Lawana Resort will be the pumpkin colour of the bungalows. The kaleidoscope does not stop when you enter the rooms, and each bungalow is painted a different ... Read the full review of Lawana Resort.
Well-priced all rounder175/1 Moo 1, Bophut Beach, midway between Lawana Resort and Zazen
T: (077) 425 355/6; F: (077) 425 355
World Resort offers across-the-board accommodation types depending on budget; from their standard hotel rooms or bungalows through to the luxurious seafront villa. Even the standard rooms and ... Read the full review of World Resort.
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