Six Senses Samui, a 66-villa resort located on the Gulf of Thailand, reopened July 1 after undergoing extensive renovations to its guest accommodations and public areas.
Bathrooms are now outfitted with floor to ceiling glass walls, offering guests a brighter and more spacious feel, while updated furnishings and a new layout create additional space. Changing areas are fully enclosed and air conditioned for added comfort, while the original open showers remain. The villa’s interior, including guestrooms and furnishings, has been updated with lighter tones to create a more modern design. The lobby has also undergone renovations.
The resort has also added seven pools throughout the property for a total of 59, and all have been finished with turquoise stone tiles.
The all-day dining venue, Dining on the Hill, completed its upgrade just in time for the high season. Renovations include new landscaping, decking and furniture. There is also an extensive display buffet counter and a hot show kitchen. The resort’s signature restaurant, Dining on the Rocks, has added a new lounge deck.
An expanded Library offers a wider range of reading material, floor-to-ceiling bookcases, games tables and suspended relaxation nets.
Six Senses Samui is owned by Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas and opened in 2004.