Finding an ideal charming hotel in Chaweng does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Baan Chaweng Beach Resort & Spa, a nice option for travelers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge and room service while staying at Baan Chaweng Beach Hotel. In addition, Baan Chaweng Beach Hotel offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Chaweng trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
For those interested in checking out Mary Help of Christians Church (0.3 mi) while visiting Chaweng, Baan Chaweng Beach Hotel is a short distance away.
If you’re looking for a Mediterranean restaurant, consider a visit to Coast Beach Club & Bistro, Giulietta e Romeo, or Olive Tree Greek Restaurant, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Baan Chaweng Beach Resort & Spa.
If you’re looking for something to do, Chaweng Boxing Stadium (0.2 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Baan Chaweng Beach Hotel.
Baan Chaweng Beach Resort & Spa puts the best of Chaweng at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
the hotel is located directly on the beach in a nice location, lacks a bit of touch details , staff are very nice and always helpful. BF looks not encouraging, but has the usual expected stuff. i tried the spa and it was really good, i stayed in a deluxe room , the room is large enough to fit 3 persons. the price comparing to the quality is correct i stayed there in feb 2019
Really loved this hotel! Good vibe, beach on the hotel and really romantic to be there at night. Loved the hotel room, very Thailand and very clean! Not even one bad thing about this place. I highly recommend this hotel :)
The hotel is quite and OK, 50 meter away from the noise party street. We had the beach front bungalow. Good location just 5 meter from the beach. But this room was very expensive. The room was god quality for a 3 stars hotel. There was noice from the air plane landing and takeoff. The breakfast was not upto standard. The beach was very nice. The beach had a lot of big waves. The water was crap, lot of polution and plastic debreads. There are NO coral in Koh Samui. Snorkeling is very bad. The party street is very bad, with lot of garbage and sewage in the street. I have been many places in Thailand, Kho Samui is extremly expensive, I will guess two or tree times more expensive than Bangkok. The Chaweng area is not a place for kids.
Right on the beach. Great breakfast. Friendly & very helpful staff. Large, clean rooms. Nice restaurant & bar. With pool. Fantastic location in the heart of Chewang, but not too noisy. Not too expensive for the area. I would stay again.
We were there in a beachfront bungalow for 13 days. Beach very nice with only the odd swamped up floating plastic after heavier weather out at sea, with a choice of no waves for the little kiddies to the left (coral reef barrier 100m out), and waves and fun for swimmers to the right. Cleanliness inside and outside top, food excellent, and staff lovely and always Thai-friendly (except the older daytime employed beachfront security watchdog, who constantly patrolled up and down along and between! the private beach lying beds, constantly bugging guests who were snoozing, reading, or just relaxing about people who were further out than 10m about rip-currents that did not exist during our stay+, telling people that 100's of people have already died there....this guy put up red flags all along the front of Baan Chaweng trying to scare everybody for nothing. He also kept whistling at adults having a swim in easy waters, telling them to move left or right, disturbing their peace and fun). We ignored that guy after the first day and we happily bathed with our 6 year old in the easy waters for the whole 13 days even if he whistled. Oh, and I do know Chaweng Beach and where possible rip-currents at certain times of the year may occur very well since 1985 when I was there for the first time, and there was no airport nor any hotels or security guys along the beach. Other than that guy disturbing the peace, Baan Chaweng is great.…