Great Hotels of the World opens 74-key Mantra Samui Resort

 Great Hotels of the World has announced the opening of a brand new hotel – Mantra Samui Resort and Spa, following a three and a half year development at a cost of $20 million.

Mantra Samui Resort and Spa, a member of Great Hotels of the World Luxury Collection, is set in Koh Samui, Thailand. The resort’s accommodation comprises 74 room concepts, including The WOW, The LOVE, The COSY and The GRAND, all with views of Koh Samui’s northern coast. The LOVE rooms are specially tailored for couples and honeymooners, including private jacuzzis on the terrace, while The GRAND rooms provide family resort experience with over 100 square meters of space.

Mantra Samui Resort also boasts a fully equipped fitness centre and juice bar, a movie theater which can be booked for private screenings, and a Salt Yoga Studio built from Himalayan salt bricks. The resort also features an outdoor infinity pool with built-in sun beds, a complimentary shuttle service to the nearby beach, and a Splendid Spa with treatments such as Thai massage, four-hand massage, and herbal and fruit body wraps.

There are two restaurants onsite: the Ubuntu restaurant, serving contemporary international cuisine and traditional Thai dishes, and Damma Dining, a dining experience limited to 12 people per night.

Every room in Mantra Samui Resort comes with a computer and complimentary WiFi access. The resort can also provide specialized secretarial services and has meeting rooms catering for up to 30 people. The resort can cater weddings for up to 60 people.

Mantra Samui Resort (room)

Mantra Samui Resort (room with a view)

Mantra Samui Resort (front)

Mantra Samui Resort (pool)

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