"Hidden away by the white sands of the beautiful Ao Kiew Beach at the southern tip of Koh Samet, Paradee is paradise."
If secluded seaside luxury is what you're looking for, Paradee is truly a Heaven on Earth.
Its idyllic seaside location is complemented by luxurious facilities and an impeccable service. The Paradee is renowned and treasured for its tranquil atmosphere. The resort comprises 40 luxurious appointed villas, all with magnificent view of either lush tropical Gardens or white sandy beaches washed by the Gulf of Thailand. The villas each Extended over an incredible 100 sqm, and are stylishly furnished in natural materials including teak wood, rattan and the rich hues of Thai silk. A private pool with Jacuzzi is a feature of most of the villas.
Only 40 luxurious appointed villas, all with magnificent view of either lush tropical Gardens, or white sandy beaches washed by the Gulf of Thailand. The villas each Extended over an incredible 100 sqm, and are stylishly furnished in natural materials Including teak wood, rattan and the rich hues of Thai silk, A private pool with Jacuzzi is a feature of most of the villas.
Make the most of your unrivalled access to gorgeous tropical beaches and enjoy a wide range of water sports including snorkelling, windsurfing, sailing and scuba-diving; explore the rarely-visited beauty spots of the coast at your own pace in a canoe; or simply relax by the spacious infinity pool.
- Infinity swimming pool
- PADI dive centre
- Sea kayaking
- Deep sea fishing
The hotel's restaurant serves a mix of international and Thai dishes in a beachfront location. For more dining options, guests can visit the lively Sai Kaew area via speedboat or dirt track - the hotel will be delighted to assist.
Koh Samet's tropical climate invites and impresses visitors all year round, with a scorching average temperature of 29°C. The year is split into three main seasons, the hot season lasting from March to August, the short rainy season from September to November and the cooler season which lasts from December to February. The island receives considerably less rainfall than on the Thai mainland, and is the driest archipelago in all of Thailand.
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