Melia Koh Samui sits right alongside the beautiful white sand beach of Choeng Mon. This is the famous hotel brand's first entry into Thailand. Naturally, you can expect their full spectrum of amenities, but the real sensation is the boat-shaped suites. They took traditional teak barges (hundred-year-old wooden Thai-Chinese boats) and converted them into luxurious duplex suites, blending nicely with the beachfront resort's lagoons and pools. Throughout the premises, you can find design details of the nautical theme. Including the unique barge suites, the resort features 159 rooms and 41 suites. Melia Koh Samui prides itself on the "resort within a resort" concept. The Level sets apart 55 luxurious rooms and suites, a private lounge, and many extra perks.
Even though Melia Koh Samui is a properly sized resort, it offers plenty of privacy with clever architecture and lush gardens. The loop pool lets you swim through the property, between palm trees, pedestrian bridges, and even a poolside bar. If you fancy a pit stop for a cold drink, this is the perfect spot. Melia's main diner, Breeza Beach Club, offers tasty seafood and vegetarian options in a beautiful setting overlooking the beach in comfy sofas. Are you looking for some exciting activities? The resort provides Muay Thai boxing lessons, yoga classes, and various water sports such as kayaking.