"The tranquil Six Senses Samui nestles on a gently sloping headland on the northern tip of Samui Island, just 45 minutes by air south of Bangkok."
The setting offers 20-acres of indigenous vegetation with privacy and breathtaking panoramas to the Gulf of Thailand. Panoramic vistas to the Gulf of Thailand and outlying islands.
The resort is made up of 66 private villas, many with personal pools, which are landscaped within natural vegetation, and with glorious panoramas out to the Gulf of Thailand and the surrounding islands.
Six Senses Samui offers all the treatments you would expect from a Six Senses Spa, and each one tailored to the individual. Plus, we add our own unique style. There is also Yoga, Reiki, Pilates, and more. Choose to have treatments in either air-conditioned individual spa villas or with tropical sea breezes in private salas; wherever the choice, clients will have a spectacular view across a rock-fringed bay to the Gulf of Thailand. However one gets around Samui, by foot, elephant or with wheels, a wealth of natural beauty is to be found. The island is small enough to easily drive a car around and discover new things and unique places. A sense of adventure will be rewarded with everything from shopping and restaurants to pleasant hikes, jungle drives and spectacular views. Boat trips are also available and designed to show you this most beautiful island.
- Infinity pool
- Watersport centre
- Thai cooking class
Six Senses Samui has the reputation for serving some of the best food on Koh Samui and uses the freshest herbs, vegetables, and organic greens from the resort's own gardens. The award-winning Dining on the Rocks restaurant is located on the tip of the headland and presents 270-degree views, whilst Dining on the Hill offers regional and international cuisine. A large selection of wines from many of the world's most respected regions is featured in Wines on the Hill.
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."
- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
- All of our holidays are financially protected through ATOL bonding for your protection.
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