"Ideal for couples, romantic breaks, honeymoon, weddings and older family groups."
Designed in a contemporary Asian style with just 56 luxurious guest residences, the excellent Saojin offers guests a wide range of activities and facilities.
The Saojin is a secluded boutique resort that offers its guests the height of luxury. Set within 10 acres of trimmed and tailored tropical gardens, the hotel offers pampered privacy in a stunning environment. A day spent basking in one of the pool's Thai pavilion islands will make you feel like royalty, and deservedly so. The hotel's location makes it an ideal base for a whole host of exciting island adventures.
The Sarojin comprises 56 luxury guest residences situated in 7 separate two-storey buildings overlooking our tropical gardens and ancient Ficus tree. Careful design allows abundant space and privacy to blend harmoniously with nature. Sublime, serene, peaceful. Each guest residence is entered by crossing a stream via the grounds and through a garden terrace - all around nature abounds in a botanical haven wreathed with birdsong and filled with wild fruit, herb gardens and local species of trees. Accommodations at The Sarojin are neither frivolous nor spartan. They are designed to relax and refresh your senses both visually and physically, with a soft, modern colour palette.
A team of personal guides and the elegant and inspired ‘imagineer’ – the ultimate personal concierge delight in creating very tailor made experiences and offer a wide variety of private and unique excursions into the surrounding areas of outstanding beauty and an opportunity to glimpse into authentic Thai life. Cruise on a luxury boat, dive the Similans, canoe sea caves, or enjoy a personal jungle adventure complex complete with champagne. Swim with elephants, discover mangrove fishing villages by traditional pleat boat, explore temples at sunrise or cook a street food lunch for disadvantaged children. Romantic dinner by a candlelight jungle waterfall or on a private sand bar island, wine tasting & Thai cooking classes.
- Shuttle service
- Sailing dinghy
- Sea kayaks
- Mountain bikes
- Fitness centre
- Business centre
- Personal concierge
- Thai cooking class
- Infinity pool
- Luxury Yacht
Ingredients are fresh, chefs are passionate and tables are set in extraordinary locations. Whether you dine under the age-old Ficus tree, beside the shimmering Andaman Sea, or in an intimate setting of your choice, every meal is an occasion, a time to savour and remember. Enjoy local tropical fruits bursting with flavour, seafood fresh from the Andaman, herbs from the extensive herb garden or select and decant a range of fine wines.
The Khao Lak weather is split into two seasons, the dry season from November to April and the wet season from May to October. The most popular time to visit is during the dry season, particularly at Christmas and New Year. Although there is still sunshine during the wet season and these days many restaurants, bars and shops remain open, sun bathing and swimming is not great during this period, so beach lovers are advised to visit during the winter months.
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- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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