All the rooms, including those of the first category, are true to the harmonious atmosphere of the establishment. The standard rooms occupy a building adjacent to the reception area. They're spread over three floors and come in three categories: (1) the standard rooms on the first floor include a jacuzzi but don't afford a sea view, (2) the second floor rooms don't have a jacuzzi, but do offer the sea view, (3) and the third floor deluxe units come with a jacuzzi and a sea view. All of the rooms offer the same amenities and are decorated in the same fashion.
The outdoor corridors that lead to the rooms are not particularly charming, but once inside, the setting is welcoming and warm. Abundant use has been made of wood, the parquet flooring and wooden furniture boasting a resolutely Thai style, combined with a noticeable Zen ambiance. The beautiful bathroom has a door with blinds that opens onto the bedroom. It features a beautiful mixture of wood and polished concrete surfaces.
We particularly liked the wicker beach basket with its thick towel.
The Ocean front pool villa suites are extremely beautiful and elegant, and truly constitute the gem of this complex. Picture this: they have an area of 300 m², an infinity pool that looks out onto the sea, and a Thai-style room with generous use of wood, not forgetting all the mod-cons. It looks like the perfect setting for a honeymoon, a true little love nest for newlyweds.
We particularly liked the teak furniture, made by Koh Samui craftsmen. It's extremely refined and you'll probably want to take it home with you.