Hyatt Regency Koh Samui Boosts Recovery of Thailand’s Castaway Heaven
The 140 rooms, including 24 spacious suites and villas, have private balconies and most have stunning sea views. Some rooms provide access to Regency Club privileges, while seven beachfront pool villas offer high indulgence. .
One of Thailand’s most anticipated beach resorts, Hyatt Regency Koh Samui, was recently unveiled on Koh Samui. As the Paradise Island plans to reopen to international tourists in the coming months, the opening is a milestone on the road to recovery.
The property, which is Hyatt’s first step to Koh Samui, offers guests the opportunity to experience timeless connections and energizing experiences and will play a major role in bouncing visitors back with the island as Thailand once again welcomes visitors.
“The pandemic has been a difficult time for Koh Samui and for the entire tourism industry in Thailand. This is why we are so delighted to start with such a special complex ”, mentionned Adrian Pulido, General Manager, Hyatt Regency Koh Samui.
A collaboration between three of Thailand’s biggest names in hotel design – Office of Bangkok Architecture, August Design and PLandscaping – the 140-room property occupies eight acres of private shoreline in the far northeast corner of the island paradise. Deploying an avant-garde design philosophy, the property, located in North Chaweng – and less than ten minutes from the island’s international airport – bills itself as a “vacation gallery” because of its array of highlights. visuals.
These include a lobby, the longest lobby arrival point on Koh Samui, where numerous skylights allow natural light from the sun and moon. Other notable features extend from sumptuous accommodations that offer breathtaking ocean views to one of the island’s largest pool areas, a collection of pools, each descending from the main pool to the deck superior of the complex.
The beauty of Koh Samui is legendary. And the resort’s appeal is based on the visual appeal of the coastal landscape, a forest of protected trees, and proximity to the ocean. Another unique selling point is its Gallery of Eight, a collection of eight sites scattered around the property specially selected for their photogenic potential.
The 140 rooms, including 24 spacious suites and villas, have private balconies and most have stunning sea views. Some rooms provide access to Regency Club privileges, while seven beachfront pool villas offer high indulgence. . Spaces benefit from the simplicity of interior design – by August Design – in a neutral palette with ocean-inspired decor and blue accents.
Culinary cravings are expertly catered for at the resort’s four restaurants and bars, including Yangna, an all-day dining restaurant featuring Thai and international cuisine, and the open-air Sesun Grill & Beach Bar where diners can enjoy seafood. fresh and Mediterranean sides while relaxing sea views. Cobalt serves fresh juices, iced tea and coffee while Kube offers handcrafted cocktails accompanied by mesmerizing views from the highest point of the resort.
The family-friendly resort has free-form swimming pools, including a lap pool, plunge pool, family pool with whirlpool, and children’s pool with slide, which cascade down to the beach. At Camp Hyatt, young guests can enjoy supervised games and activities ranging from arts and crafts to movie nights.
Lush tropical plants line the grand staircase that leads to the spa, a tranquil sanctuary with five treatment rooms, including two couples’ suites with private terraces and outdoor soaking tubs.
The establishment offers inspiring indoor and outdoor venues for gatherings, large and small. The elegant Regency Ballroom can accommodate up to 100 people or 150 people for cocktails. A manicured 97 m² lawn provides a magical setting for wedding celebrations and outdoor events.
“This island has a central role in how Thailand behaves after the pandemic, and it is an honor to lead the way as we begin to look positively towards the future,” concluded Pulido.