I usually rate business hotels, but this was a vacation trip and so one has to mindful about the different focus of a resort. For example, I had some small irritations including no iron/ironing board in the rooms and that it was difficult to get one, and poor TV reception, but then on vacation, those are minor issues for most people. A more pressing problem was the local 'wildlife', particularly the armies of microscopic ants that could get into a anything - but ask the staff for help on that. The resorts employees are very nice and nothing is too much trouble, but this isn't New York or Hong Kong, so one has to be patient. The food was great and prices seemed very reasonable. There is wifi available all over the resort. The infinity pool was in top condition with a wonderful view; a few steps away is a narrow sandy beach. I didn't try the spa and there is no gym. Guests seemed to be a mix of German, French, Brits and Australians. If you never been to Koh Samui before, let me also mention that in my opinion its a better bet than Bali as its infrastructure is better and the joy of using its excellent little airport alone (versus Bali's re-run of the 1990's TV show Jeux Sans Frontières) makes it a welcoming start to your visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An idyllic sunset at Saree Samui resort, a heaven of peace & tranquility in the heart of Samui Island. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Saree Samui Hotel Koh Samui