"The adults-only lifestyle resort offers 61 rooms on the quiet northern tip of Chaweng Beach where tropical warmth and Asian flavours meet cosmopolitan chic."

Akyra’s Outside Living – In concept beckons the spectacular beauty of Samui right into your room. Relaxed glamour rules, with pampered touches like high thread count bed linens, high pressure showers, exclusive Spa IV amenities, and free Wi-Fi.

Guests at Akyra have a range of exciting dining adventures in store, highlighted by The Noodle House – offering the island’s largest range of authentic noodle dishes from across Asia. Spa IV treatments offer a wellness sanctuary, enabling adults time to take time out together or separately and enjoy Thai spa hospitality.

Accommodation

Akyra Chura Samui features 65 rooms, from Grand Deluxe ’Zen Dens’ to One Bedroom Bliss Suites, shaded by towering palm trees, overlooking the azure splash of Akyra’s beachfront swimming pool and a stunning white sand beach.  Understated, minimal but functional, these are spaces uniquely designed with a strong Japanese aesthetic and an embodiment of the AHMS Collection's 'Outdoor Living – In' philosophy – a generous terrazzo bath, outdoor rain shower, are amongst the features to grace these sanctuaries to soak in.

Facilities

At Akyra, guests may effortlessly rejuvenate mind, body and soul with yoga classes or simply disengage in the serene sanctuary of the meditation rooms. For outdoor adventures, the hotel will be more than happy to organize a day of Koh Samui exploration including island safaris, elephant trekking, snorkelling trips to Angthong National Marine Park or visits to the scenic Koh Tao and Koh Nangyuan.  From beautiful temples, stunning waterfalls and magical parks, complemented with a vibrant nightlife scene at bustling Chaweng, Akyra will help all guests discover their passion for life.

  • Beach bar
  • Beach front pool
  • Akyra club
  • Ayurah Spa
  • State-of the-art gym
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Yoga classes 
  • Well-stocked library
  • Boutique
  • Tour desk
  • Room service

Restaurants

Fresh flavours, innovative concepts, cuisine that comforts, and culinary adventures to the cutting edge.   A cooking class, or a master class in Asia's oodles of noodles? Beachfront seafood fiesta, nibbles to complement cocktails, food you can groove to, private dining to die for.

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Weather

Koh Samui has an average year round temperature of 30°C, and the monsoon season only lasts from September through to November. During this time it will still be hot with many sunny days, although refreshing monsoon periods may puncture the sunshine. The cool season takes place between December and February, and this is the ideal time to visit for beach and watersports based holidays. The temperatures rise sharply in March and the hot season runs through til August, with highs regularly soaring above 30°C.

Weather information for
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Rain 90MM 30MM 30MM 80MM 160MM 100MM 120MM 100MM 130MM 290MM 430MM 150MM
Sunshine 7HRS 8HRS 8HRS 8HRS 6HRS 6HRS 6HRS 6HRS 6HRS 6HRS 6HRS 7HRS

Location

Excursions

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