Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Choeng Mon Beach
Choeng Mon Beach is a rather pretty beach with a fair stretch at each end that isn't totally developed -- most of the resorts, from luxury digs to the cheapies run from the centre to the northern end of the bay. The quietest part of the beach remains at the far south-eastern end close to opposite Ko Farn Noi which sits just offshore.
Absolute relaxation88 Moo 5, Choeng Mon
T: (077) 601 190;
Absolute Sanctuary is a serene Morocco-meets-Asia wellness retreat, suited to those with a little extra cash to spend who are looking to truly unwind by following one of their yoga, wellness, detox ... Read the full review of Absolute Sanctuary .
It's all about the poolsMoo 5, Tambon Bophut (shortly after Samui Football Golf when coming from Choeng Mon village, turn left up a signposted concrete road)
T: (025) 148 112; F: (025) 394 473
Akaryn Samui on Ko Samui’s Choeng Mon Beach offers pool suites and villas that give you a lot for your dollar, pound or euro if you’ve got extra to spend and are looking for a modern, splurge-y ... Read the full review of Akaryn Samui.
Relaxed beachfront luxury, at a price10/9 Moo 5 Choeng Mon Beach
T: (077) 245 888; F: (077) 245 889
Sala Samui, located towards the western end of Choeng Mon beach, offers contemporary luxury in the way of pool villas or spacious rooms in the main buildings. Four-poster beds with mosquito nets, ... Read the full review of Sala Samui.
A sweet choice24/34 Moo 5 Choeng Mon Beach, Ko Samui
T: (077) 245 032; F: (077) 427 094
Honey Cottages on Ko Samui’s Choeng Mon beach lies on an expansive garden-filled property shaded by large trees. The beach at the eastern end where the cottages are located has shallow waters, and ... Read the full review of Samui Honey Cottages.
Comfortable rooms set in lush grounds59/3 Moo 5, Choeng Mon Beach
T: (077) 247 921; F: (077) 245 318
The White House is quite unusual in its architecture, with modern features such as aluminium sliding doors mixed with traditional Thai features. This aside, the resort has a lot to offer. The ... Read the full review of White House Beach Resort.
Comfortable budget beachfront digs24/2 Moo 5, Choeng Mon Beach
T: (077) 425 160; F: (077) 425 403
PS Thana offers basic but comfortable accommodation on Choeng Mon beach. Rooms are either in the main building, or bungalows, set in the garden or on the beachfront. The restaurant is on the ... Read the full review of PS Thana Resort.
Corny boat theme, but great pool and beach83 Moo 5, Choeng Mon Beach
T: (077) 425 041; F: (077) 425 460
The Imperial Boat House Beach Resort is by no means quaint or intimate. It consists of 210 rooms, in various categories, ranging from rooms in three-storey buildings, to old rice barges that have ... Read the full review of The Imperial Boat House.
Nondescript rooms, fantastic restaurant and beach24/3 Moo 5, Choeng Mon Beach
T: (077) 425 372; F: (077) 425 219
Choeng Mon Beach Hotel consists of rooms in a four-storey building, as well as bungalows closer to the beach. The accommodation, although nondescript in style, is clean and spacious, and offers TV, ... Read the full review of Choeng Mon Beach Hotel.
Just to the north of Choeng Mon Beach are two small bays which are home to some of the most expensive resorts on Ko Samui.
Samui's luxury resort9/10 Moo 5
T: (077) 245 678; F: (077) 245 671
With a breathtaking setting on the western headland overlooking Samrong Bay, Six Senses Samui (previously Sila Evason Hideaway) is certainly up to their five-star standards. The majority of the rooms ... Read the full review of Six Senses Samui.
Samui's original luxury hideaway84 Moo 5, Tongsai Bay
T: (077) 245 480; F: (077) 425 462
Family-owned The Tongsai Bai opened in 1987 and is one of Samui's original luxury hideaways. The resort sits on 25 acres of spectacular land, with the accommodation ideally positioned on the hillside ... Read the full review of The Tongsai Bay.
Plenty for kids to do6/14 Moo 5, Samrong Bay
T: (077) 448 196; F: (077) 425 621
Arayaburi is a fairly large resort, but bungalows are positioned in the well-established gardens to still offer a sense of space and privacy. The bungalows are a little dated in decor style, but they ... Read the full review of Arayaburi Boutique Resort.
A perfect self-catering stay6/16 Moo 5, Samrong Bay, next to Arayaburi Resort
T: (077) 247 944; F: (077) 247 943
Idyllic Samui consists of 13 villas, each with three to four bedrooms, sleeping six to nine people. The villas are fully equipped, with kitchens, dining rooms and indoor and outdoor living areas, ... Read the full review of Idyllic Samui.
Spectacular grounds leading to an ideal beach9/99 Moo 5, Thongson Bay
T: (077) 913 400; F: (077) 913 444
Water is a distinct feature of this resort, with a cascading waterfall that drops into pools and winds its way through the villas and vast manicured gardens and down to the beach. The accommodation ... Read the full review of Melati Beach Resort.
Quaint bungalows, endless views12/3 Moo 5, Thongson Bay
T: (077) 417 465; F: (077) 417 465
Thongson Bay Bungalows is perched on the rocks overlooking Tongson Bay. Some with two bedrooms, and none have air-con, but fans are provided. The bungalows are simple, but more spacious than the ... Read the full review of Thongson Bay Bungalows.
Contemporary villas designed for relaxation79/100 Moo 5, Plai Laem Beach
T: (077) 248 174; F: (077) 248 184
Tango Luxe opened in September 2011 and consists of 15 luxury villas. All villas irrespective of grade have their own private swimming pool with Jacuzzi. This resort has a real wow factor, right from ... Read the full review of Tango Luxe Beach Villa.
Good value, views of Big Buddha71 Moo 5, Plai Laem
T: (089) 909 4163;
Grandma's House is ideally located only about 200 metres from Samui's iconic Big Buddha. Owned and managed by the vibrant Khun Nui and her husband, these bungalows offer a home-from-home atmosphere, ... Read the full review of Grandma's House.
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