Six Senses Samui is set on a gently sloping headland at the northern tip of Samui Island.
The resort is made up of just 66 private villas, many with personal pools, which are landscaped within natural vegetation, and with glorious, sweeping panoramas out to the Gulf of Thailand and the surrounding islands.
Located just six kilometres from Samui Airport, the 20-acre, or around 9-hectare estate is a 45-minute flight south of the Thai capital, Bangkok
One bedroom villa with views onto the naturally landscaped gardens.
This is an intimate and secluded villa category with a partial ocean view to the Gulf of Thailand from the bedroom located on the upper level. There is a lovely garden view from the lower level dining and sun deck. Although there is no private pool in this villa category, guests enjoy a bathroom with outdoor shower for a feeling of oneness with nature. There is one bedroom with a sitting area and spacious bathroom.
Located on the hill of the resort with a private pool and lovely ocean view
The Pool Villas are on the highest point of the resort and offer a partial ocean view to the Gulf of Thailand from the bedroom located on the upper level, and also from the lower level on which the private pool is located. There is a sitting area and dining table for intimate meals either inside the villa or on the pool terrace. Guests enjoy a spacious bathroom with an outdoor garden shower for a feeling of oneness with nature.
Six Senses Samui offers all the treatments you would expect from a Six Senses Spa, and each one tailored to the individual.There is also Yoga, Reiki, Hypnotherapy, and Pilates and more.
Choose to have treatments in either air-conditioned individual spa villas or with tropical sea-breezes in private salas. Wherever you choose, you will have a spectacular view across a rock-fringed bay to the Gulf of Thailand.
Six Senses Samui has the reputation for serving some of the best food on Koh Samui and uses the freshest herbs, vegetables, and organic greens from the resort's own gardens.
The award-winning Dining on the Rocks Restaurant is located at the tip of the headland and presents 270 degree views, whilst Dining on the Hill offers regional and international cuisine.
A large selection of wines from many of the world's most respected regions is featured in The Cellar.
The Chedi Chiang Mai, centrally located on the banks of the Mae Ping River in the center of Chiang Mai City, is within walking distance to the famous night markets. The hotel incorporates modern Asian design, with teak wood flooring, and warm rich colors.
Two can sprawl comfortably in these fifty square metres – complete with writing desk, generously stocked minibar and plenty of closet space – then snuggle up on the king-size bed or outdoor daybed.
Pan seared foie gras, som tum and jingha masala. Dining is a global affair with Western, Thai, Korean and Indian dishes served inside their 90-year old British consulate building and outside on the teak, tree-shaded deck.
Take a woven cane seat on the verandah for afternoon tea, serving the best of local and Anglo-inspired sweets and savories, a cushy couch in The Lobby Lounge, a spot around the colonial bar or head upstairs to sprawl on a daybed with panoramic river views of the Mae Ping, exotic or classic cocktail in hand.
Spa and Fitness
Distinctive teak doors lead from The Spa’s strikingly minimalist exterior to an inner sanctum where the emphasis is on pure holistic pampering, using the finest products sourced from far and wide. Post-treatment, guest may opt to linger on the rooftop deck overlooking the Mae Ping or join sunbathers below on cosy loungers that line the 34-metre swimming pool.
To stay in poolside shape, The Health Club offers Technogym cardio machines, weights, yoga and delightfully distracting river views.
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