"With its vibrant ambiance and popular entertainment and shopping experiences, Chaweng is undisputedly Samui’s focal area."
Situated on the widest point of Chaweng Beach, this five-star resort combines the spirit and culture of the island with elegant accommodation and an extensive range of recreational facilities that appeals to guests of all ages.
Great comfort and elegant colonial décor best describe the accommodation at the Centara Grand Beach Resort Samui. Each of the 203 rooms and suites is designed to harmoniously blend with the resort lush tropical gardens, while all Deluxe Ocean Facing and Premium Deluxe Ocean Facing rooms face the ocean and feature a furnished balcony totalling 40 square metres of living space.The suites are particularly spacious with total living space ranging from 60 to over 160 square metres and can accommodate families of up to two adults and two children. Enhanced resort experience and absolute indulgence are guaranteed when staying in a pool suite, each with its own pool and generous living areas. Guests staying in designated rooms and suites are entitled to Club privileges including use of the meeting facilities and access to the Club Lounge where five meal presentations are served daily.
Other than relaxing on the beach and enjoying a range of water sports that includes kayaking, windsurfing and boating, recreational facilities include a huge swimming pool, an outdoor Jacuzzi and two tennis courts. A fitness centre and an exceptional spa with a wide range of treatments to rejuvenate the mind, body and spirit, complete the host of leisure facilities on offer. SPA Cenvaree is a world-class spa encompassing the latest in health, traditional beauty and wellness therapies. Facilities include 10 multi-sensory treatment suites, a herbal steam room and an open-air Sala surrounded by beautiful lotus ponds. Younger guests are well taken care of with a children’s pool, a children’s playground, and two kids’ club dedicated to their needs.
- Car rental
- Outdoor Jacuzzi
- The Club
- SPA Cenvaree
- Shuttle service
- Kids Club
- Sports and activities
- Children’s playground
- Thai Cooking Classes
- Dive Centre
- Tour Desk
- Fitness Centre
- Two tennis courts
- Gift Shop
- Jim Thompson Shop
- Centara Salo
The resort has dining options galore, including Zico’s, a Brazilian grill and bar serving grilled meat and fish in a lively atmosphere of Brazilian music and dance, and just across the road from the resort’s entrance. For authentic Thai cuisine head to Spice Island; and Hagi is renowned as one of the island’s finest Japanese restaurants. Palm Grove is the all-day dining restaurant serving flavours inspired from international and Asian cuisines, while Seabreeze is an ideal place to refresh with snacks and beverages. Bar areas comprise Dip & Sip swim-up pool bar and Islander lobby bar while the snacks, sandwiches and connoisseurs concoctions at Deli satisfy any craving.
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.
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"There's a lot to do on Thailand's third biggest island, so you'll never be short on options."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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