Meliá Hotels & Resorts marks entry in Thailand

The 200-room and -suite resort features a lagoon pool that snakes through the retreat

Spanish hotel and resort group Meliá Hotels International has entered the Thailand market with the recent opening of Meliá Koh Samui.

The 159-room and 41-suite resort features a lagoon pool that loops through its grounds like a river and suites made from teak wood vessels, two restaurants, an executive lounge, a swim-up bar, spa, fitness centre, ballroom and, for families, a kids’ club, outdoor playground and mini water park.

Fronting the sands of Choeng Mon Beach, on the north-eastern tip of Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand, the nautical-themed luxury beachfront resort is located 15 minutes from Samui International Airport.

In addition to its 1,600-square-metre lagoon pool, Meliá Koh Samui features a two-level infinity pool with sunken seating areas.

Paying homage to Koh Samui’s heritage as a safe haven for sailors and sea traders, the resort has given merchant vessels, that are more than 100 years old, a new lease on life, converting them into elegant two-storey boat suites sized 91 to 100 square metres. Each boat suite offers either sea views, garden views or direct pool access.

Rooms and suites that belong to ‘The Level’, an upgraded level of service and benefits, provide access to an executive lounge shaped like a boat’s hull. The Level Lounge boasts a vast open terrace, surrounded by a water feature, with panoramic views of Choeng Mon Beach.

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