Like many others, we booked through Deals.com.au for two single women for an 8 day stay. The resort is perched high up on the hill and has fantastic views. The apartments are pretty well designed and do offer great facilities (separate bathrooms, kitchen, balconies) and we had our own pool. The thing to be aware of is this resort was originally built as private residence, not as a resort, so some of the apartments are privately owned, some are still being finished, and the others are available as hotel/resort accommodation. As part of the deal, we were entitled to a 2hr "spa" session. The only thing about this is that there is no real "spa" as the real one is still being built, as is the gym. The current spa facility is another hotel room. Whilst the lady that provided my 1hr massage was very sweet, it was the worst massage that I have ever encountered, and I was concerned with her causing me injury due to her clear lack of experience. My friend also had a massage straight after me, and felt exactly the same. We advised the assistant manager, but there was little explanation for the lack of experience. Also, during the massage, the masseuse had to leave the massage to answer the phone as she was the only one in the spa. Very unsatisfactory experience and so much so, that we did not use the other hour each that we were entitled to.
As part of this voucher, you are also entitled to breakfast and lunch daily at the restaurant. This is very good value and the food was excellent. The bonus in the restaurant had to be the staff. They were incredibly helpful and nothing was too much trouble. We were also entitled to one dinner at the restaurant. A word of warning however with the "voucher" system. We received our vouchers from the Hotel on day3 of our stay, so had to argue the toss when we wanted to claim our first night's dinner under the voucher. You apparently have to declare and present the voucher at the time of use. Given we didn't get the vouchers until after our dinner, it was a bit hard to present it.
Would I go back? Well probably not. The location is remote and taxis will not go up the hill to the resort due to the steep and winding road. The Hotel provides a very good service of giving each room a mobile phone, so you only have to wait a couple of minutes and they will run you up and down the hill where taxis and tuktuks are in abundance. I have holidayed in KS 3 times now and I would opt for a resort less remote than this and one that is in easy access to the beach.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- One of the best luxury resorts on Koh Samui, Infinity Residences and Resort is trendsetting in its style, combining outstanding service culture, unique dining concepts, ultimate spa pampering and breathtaking views of the Gulf of Thailand. Guaranteeing the utmost level of privacy and security, the property is conceived as an enclosed and private domain with permanent surveillance.Our 28 elegant, contemporary suites and penthouses provide stylish and luxurious air-conditioned accommodation, all with spectacular sea views.Our free shuttles whisk you down to Bang Po beach whenever required, a short 3 minute drive. Samui International Airport is just 20 minutes away.Free WI-Fi means you can stay connected when necessary, while our shared and private pools, bar and restaurant mean you can also disconnect whenever you wish.Infinity Residences and Resort - your Luxury Resort Koh Samui ... more less
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- Infinity Residences & Resort Koh Samui Ko Samui, Thailand