The Villa and Spa offers tropical luxury, friendliness and relaxation in one of the most desirable tourist destinations. Located in the tranquil Lamai Valley on Koh Samui, the resort blends with its surrounding natural beauty but is only a 2 minute drive and 20 minute walk away from the hustle and bustle of Lamai Beach.
Featuring 29 guest rooms, a restaurant and bar as well as a large swimming pool with jacuzzi and a spa, the accomodation offers everything for a perfect vacation. For your comfort and leisure, we offer a wide variety of services and tours for you to enjoy the beauty of Koh Samui island.
The 29 boutique and family rooms are tastefully decorated and provide a unique blend of traditional Thai style and modern amenities. The spacious boutique rooms with are located on the first floor and provide a view of the surrounding valley.The slightly bigger family rooms are located on the top floor.
Situated on the first floor, our boutique rooms all feature a private balcony to relax and enjoy the beautiful views. Decorated with a mix of Thai style elegance and modern amenities, the spacious rooms provide everything you need for your comfort.
Prices per room, per week, excluding breakfast
Low season: 9,450THB per roomHigh season: 10,850 THB per roomChristmas & New Year: 12,600THB per room
Minimum stay: 2 nightsSecurity deposit: 2,520THB
Situated on the Island of Koh Samui, Lamai is the second beach south of Chaweng and features lots of nightlife and restaurants.
The southern third of the beach has the widest strip of sand and is the best for swimming, it is also has the most nearby eating, drinking and shopping facilities.
To the south there is a Muslin fishing village called Hua Thanon where you can view lush greenery, livestock grazing in the fields, and little roadside cafes selling drinks and Thai dishes
Between Lamai and Hua Thanon lies two famous rock formations: Hin Ta and Hin Yai also known as Grandpa and Grandma rocks
The Wat Lamai Temple has played host to temple fairs along with weddings, funerals and various religious festivals. It features concerts, fariground games, food and an outdoor cinema. The temple fairs are week-long celebration and are worth seeing if you happen to be in Lamai during one.
Wat Khunaram houses the body of one of Samui's most famous mummified monk, Loung Pordaeng. Loung Pordaeng passed away 20 years ago and, by his request, his body was placed in a glass case. His body has remained in the specially-made glass case since his death and amazingly, shows only a few signs of decay.
Nearest airport: Koh Samui Airport