Four Seasons Resort

219 Moo 5, Angthong, Angthong, , Koh Samui, 84140, Thailand
(5 star hotel)
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Best (5.0 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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Heaven hehehe (honeymooners only)

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 7, 2008

After days of activities and excitement in Chaweng , i tried for something different. And yes, four seasons is totally different from Chaweng, so isolated, positioned on the cliff. You need to be transferred from your room ie place to place, with a golf car, unless you choose to walk and be sweaty. The villas are amazing, big, and roomy. You get what you paid for. Even the bed and pillow are nice and soft.
Don't stay here if you have no one to have sex with.Unfriendly environment for single. Here is not like chaweng,along the street, there are so many things to do and to see . If you stay here, you basically stuck here. Even the reception is positioned up the hill, and u need to walk abit to get to the main road. Amazing place for honeymooner and those who need to spice up their marriage. Romance will bloosomed. Single better be prepared, load up with lots of books, or u might kill yourself.U can try to kill the time with the spa, but it will cost you heap. The food are very pricey compared to Chaweng, u might want to bring instant noodle to save up a bit .
Dont forget to ask for the mosquito coils. The only way you can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere on your porch, its by burning the coils. Unless you are into blood donation.

Unique Quality: The Staffs are amazings, totally superb, kind and friendly. Smile everywhere.
If you have kids, this is the perfect place. I saw the hotel's nanny supervising the children on the beach , so the parents can sleep or read under the shade, enjoying the sun. And dont worry, if your children come from the jungle, to my amazement, i saw kids pulling the hair of the hotel's nanny, throwing water at the nanny, any sort of mischievous little act.
AMAZING AMAZING place, if you have the money and someone to bonk.

Directions: Laem Yai

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Privacy at a price

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 20, 2007

When the Four Seasons Mercedes drove up to the entrance gate at the resort it was like nothing I had ever experienced before. There was only one small structure perched on the top of a mountain overlooking the dark green jungle and the bright blue ocean. We entered the structure which had no walls. We were asked to take a seat on a small sofa, given cool, lavender scented towels and delicious crushed ice fruit drinks. It was here in this small open air structure overlooking the most impressive and beautiful scenery one could imagine that we checked-in.

One-Bedroom Villa:
Nestled on a hillside with panoramic views of the Gulf of Siam and Laem Yai Bay, One-Bedroom Villas offer elegance and comfort. Take a dip in the private infinity pool, or lounge on the deck/living area to enjoy Samui's mesmerising ocean breezes. For larger families, selected villas can be connected.

One-Bedroom Villas feature a 42-square-metre (452-square-foot) outdoor wooden deck and living area that is furnished with a daybed, a marble dining table with two chairs and two sun lounges. The living area has a thatched canopy and can be curtained all around when needed.
The air-conditioned bedroom, separated from the living area by sliding glass doors, has an 81-centimetre (32-inch) LCD flat-screen television with cable programming, an iPod docking station, an alcove with writing desk, multi-line telephone with voice mail, and wired and wireless high-speed Internet access.
Additional amenities include a full stereo system, CD/DVD player, wine cooler, private bar, coffee- and tea-making facilities and in-room safe.
The full bathroom, featuring two lavish vanities, terrazzo shell-shaped bathtub and separate glass-enclosed shower, has sliding glass doors opening onto a deck for an al fresco bathing experience. (information from Four Seasons Resort webpage)

Unique Quality: The service at this hotel is first rate. If walking the up and down the hills of the resort is too much for guests the buggies run 24 hours and respond quickly when called.

The restaurants are excellent but pricey.

Kaoru informs me that the spa is the best she has ever experienced. It is also pricey.

The staff is friendly and attentive. They obviously take pride in their work.

The private beach is clean, quiet and covered by fine soft sand. The waters are calm. The pool at the beach is simple and almost unecessary since each villa has its own infinity pool.

Directions: Laem Yai

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Address: 219 Moo 5, Angthong, Angthong, , Koh Samui, 84140, Thailand

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