Sensual Samui Revamp

The luxurious Six Senses Samui will reopen on July 1 after an extensive upgrade that saw the property’s guest rooms and public areas thoroughly revitalised.

In the revamped rooms, guests will find refreshed furnishings filling new layouts that create additional space, as well as a colour palette of light tones which offer a more modern feel. Bathrooms have also been redone with floor-to-ceiling glass walls which form an open-view cube that offers a brighter, airier feel, yet remains secluded by lush greenery. 59 villas now offer private pools, all of which have been resurfaced with turquoise stone tiles.

Guests can also expected a new dining experience all all-day dining venue Dining on the Hill, and its adjacent infinity pool, have also been redone with new landscaping, new decking and refreshed furniture. The restaurant also features a revamped buffet display and a new show kitchen. Signature restaurant Dining on the Rocks also offers an exciting new lounge deck.

A choice social space at the resort, the Library now offers an expanded range of reading material displayed in floor-to-ceiling bookcases, as well as games tables and suspended ‘hammocks’.

“I am delighted to see the exciting evolution of Six Senses Samui,” said general manager Gary Henden. “The revitalised product and enhanced services lift our resort to new heights on the island and entire region. Our talented designers have succeeded in delivering a lighter, brighter and more spacious feel with improved functionality to give our guests an enhanced stay.”

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