Hyatt’s first footfall on Koh Samui, Hyatt Regency Koh Samui is set on eight acres of land on a spectacular stretch of private coastline in the north-eastern corner of the island. One of Thailand’s most anticipated resorts, Hyatt Regency Koh Samui gives guests the opportunity to discover timeless connections and energising experiences and will play […]
Hyatt’s first footfall on Koh Samui, Hyatt Regency Koh Samui is set on eight acres of land on a spectacular stretch of private coastline in the north-eastern corner of the island.
One of Thailand’s most anticipated resorts, Hyatt Regency Koh Samui gives guests the opportunity to discover timeless connections and energising experiences and will play a major role in rebounding visitors with the island as Thailand welcomes back visitors.
Located in North Chaweng and less than ten minutes from the island’s international airport, Hyatt Regency Koh Samui boasts 140 guestrooms, which include 24 spacious suites and villas, feature private balconies and most offer gorgeous sea views. Select rooms have access to Regency Club privileges, while seven beachfront pool villas provide elevated indulgence. Spaces benefit from the simplicity of the interior design by August Design in a neutral palette with ocean-inspired décor and blue accents.
Deploying a design-forward philosophy, the property bills itself as a “vacation gallery” due to its array of visual highlights. These include a showpiece lobby, the longest lobby arrival point in Koh Samui, where numerous skylights allow for natural illumination by the sun and the moon. Other standout features span plush accommodations that showcase terrific ocean views to one of the largest pool zones on the island, a collection of pools, each cascading down from the main pool on the upper deck of the resort.
The beauty of Koh Samui is legendary. And the resort’s appeal leverages the visual appeal of the coastal landscape, a forest of protected trees and the proximity of the ocean. Another unique selling point is its Gallery of Eight, a collection of eight sites dotted around the property specially selected for their photogenic potential.
Culinary cravings are ably catered for at the resort’s four restaurants and bars, including Yangna, an all-day dining restaurant showcasing Thai and international cuisine, and the open-air Sesun Grill & Beach Bar where diners can enjoy fresh seafood and Mediterranean sides alongside relaxing sea views. Cobalt serves fresh juice, iced tea and coffee while Kube offers crafted cocktails accompanied by mesmerizing views from the highest point of the resort.
The family-friendly resort presents freeform pools including a lap pool, plunge pool, family pool with a whirlpool and kids’ pool with a slide, which cascade to the beach. Over at Camp Hyatt, young guests can enjoy supervised play and activities from arts and crafts to movie nights. The spa, a tranquil sanctuary is also available with five treatment rooms, including two couple’s suites with a private deck and outdoor tub.
To cater small and big gatherings, the resort has indoor and outdoor venues. The elegant Regency Ballroom can accommodate up to 100 guests or 150 for cocktails while a 97-sqm manicured lawn provides a magical setting for wedding celebrations and alfresco events.