Think of the popular conception of tropical paradise – white sand, crystalline sea and lush palm trees. Now add a hotel of one of the most prestigious hotel chains in the world, located on the slopes of a coco-palm covered hill, and then in the background one of the most suggestive gulfs in the world, the Gulf of Thailand.
The Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui, situated to the north-west of Leam Yai Bay on the island of Koh Samui, is to be found in a real tropical paradise whose dwellings vary from romantic mountain huts to villas of more than 1000 square metres in wild and luxuriant vegetation.
There are three main restaurants which are a source of inspiration for the entire island and which, perfectly in tune with this breathtaking setting, help to make the experience of staying in this surprising resort truly unique. The average annual temperature is 30°, with the dry season extending from February to May and brief tropical showers from June to September. Your stay is made even more special by suggestive sunsets which, seen from the Four Seasons itself, should be counted amongst the most romantic you are likely to see in your life.
This extraordinary hotel cannot easily be described in words, and is more readily understood from photos; but only by experiencing it can you appreciate the power and magic of this small corner of paradise.
Koh Samui, October 2016