Spend a Spa Break in Samui

Spend a Spa Break in Samui

Claire Hillsmith

The tropical, breath-taking island of Koh Samui lies in the gulf of Thailand and although it is renowned for its golf courses and wild all-night parties, there is so much more to this paradisiacal isle. Take the opportunity to spend your holiday having massages by the pool or enjoying spa treatments at your hotel, you can even take a yoga class on the beach, so let HotelTravel.com lead you to the perfect spa hotel in Samui.

From superior to standard deluxe, Koh Samui’s hotel rooms are often lavish, comfortable and provide stunning views across the sea. To experience the island as it was before a mass of tourists arrived, the Ban Kao Tropical Boutique Residence & Spa lies in the south, near Natien Beach, which is a much quieter part of the isle. The residence offers tranquillity and numerous spa and fitness options for an ideal rejuvenating break.

On the edge of Bangrak Beach, Hansar Samui Resort & Spa offers oversize guestrooms and a wonderful range of wellness options aimed at easing both mind and body. However, if what you’re looking for is an extensive range of entertainment, dining and sporting options, Samui Resotel & Spa is the place for you. Situated just south of Chaweng Beach, the resort is ideally situated for those wanting to make the most of the entertainment on the island.

Whilst the majority of Koh Samui hotels have their own spa and fitness centres, there are a large amount of individual massage parlours and yoga classes to take part in. Whilst the ladies may be enjoying a couple of hours at Vikasa Yoga resort, the men can relax at the male-only Emerald Green Mens Club, which are both ideally situated in Bophut. If you’ve had enough spa treatments, why not learn the flavours and ingredients of Thai cuisine at the Samui Institute of Thai Culinary Arts, an ideal option for single travellers or couples.

Spending a day on the water can be extremely relaxing and with the opportunity to kayak or elephant trek, the Angthong Marine Park Sea Safari is a full day trip that takes you around Wao Island, Tai Phow Island and Mae Kho Island by speedboat. If you’d rather experience the ocean from beneath the waves then visit CSI: SAMUI Dive School or The Dive Academy in Bophut, both offer courses for all levels by qualified PADI instructors. Whether you’re cruising around the islands, indulging in spa treatments or learning how to cook, Koh Samui offers a fantastic array of activities just yearning to help you enjoy a relaxing holiday.

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