Six Senses Samui reopens following renovation

Six Senses Samui reopened after an upgrade and revitalization of guest accommodations and public areas.

The property added floor-to-ceiling glass walls in the bathrooms to allow guest views of the landscaping and trees around the property. Updated furnishings and a new layout create additional space. Bathrooms are now fully enclosed and air conditioned, though the open showers were retained. The entire villa interior and furnishings were refinished with lighter tones.

All villa pools were resurfaced with turquoise stone tiles, while pools were added to increase to 59 the villas with private pools. The resort still offers the choice of seven Hideaway Villas that have lounging decks rather than a private swimming pool.

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The Dining on the Hill and the adjacent infinity pool also underwent upgrades, complete with new landscaping, new decking and refreshed furniture. There is a new buffet counter, plus a show kitchen. The resort’s restaurant, Dining on the Rocks, also introduced a new lounge deck.

The Library now has an expanded range of reading material with floor-to-ceiling bookcases, games tables and suspended relaxation nets. The lobby also underwent refreshment.

The 66-villa Six Senses Samui opened in 2004. It is set on a headland, with Gulf of Thailand vistas.

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is a hotel and spa management company comprised of nine resorts and 27 spas under the brand names Six Senses, Evason and Six Senses Spas. It is set to double in size over the next three years.

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