Six Senses Samui
Koh Samui, Thailand
At a Glance
Spacious villas designed in a rustic luxury style
Two exceptional restaurants offering fresh and tasty cuisine
Impressive Six Senses spa
Gorgeous infinity pool with breathtaking sea views
Peaceful location on the northern tip of Koh Samui
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
Koh Samui has a tropical climate and the best time to visit is from February to September, which is relatively dry but there is some rain every month. February to April are the driest months. October to January are wet with the monsoon coming from the northeast across the Gulf of Thailand.
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A stunning, rustic retreat with a true sense of Thai-infused luxury, Six Senses Samui offers stunning private pool villas with breathtaking views of the surrounding Gulf of Siam and its outlying islands, making it the perfect romantic hideaway.
Located on the northernmost tip of Koh Samui, the Six Senses Samui offers stunning views of the surrounding ocean from a tranquil and relaxed base. The 66 villas are located among 20 acres of natural vegetation around a sloping headland.
All of Six Senses Samui villas are split-level and have an open-style bathroom, enhancing the space and natural light and opening up views from almost every point in the villa. Infinity edged private swimming pools in most of the villas blend into the horizon and help maintain a feeling of seclusion, even though all of the Six Senses Samui facilities are close at hand.
Six Senses Samui serves some of the best food on the island and uses the freshest vegetables, herbs and organic greens from its own gardens. Dining on the Rocks offers 270 degree views from its headland position and Dining on the Hill offers equally lovely views from its terrace.
In addition to the restaurants and the fantastic in villa dining available, Six Senses Samui offers a host of sporting, cultural and pampering options from extensive watersports to alfresco spa treatments to cookery lessons and weekly movies under the stars. During your stay you will have your own GEM (Guest Experience Maker) to help you make the most of your holiday.
Six Senses Samui has 66 villas designed to reflect the beautiful natural surroundings. All villas feature: sun deck for personal dining, outdoor shower, plunge bathtub, double vanity sinks, fridge, minibar, personal safe, tea and coffee facilities, daybed, CD player, TV/DVD player, wifi, and butler service. All villas other than the Hideaway Villas have a private swimming pool. Ocean Front and Ocean View villas boast stunning ocean views that can be enjoyed from the bedroom and the private pool. The Retreat is the most spacious accommodation on offer with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large private pool and a private entrance into the resort's signature restaurant.
This is an intimate and secluded villa category with a partial ocean view to the Gulf of Thailand from the bedroom located on the upper level. There is a lovely garden view from the lower level dining and sun deck. Although there is no private pool in this villa category, guests enjoy a bathroom with outdoor shower for a feeling of oneness with nature. There is one bedroom with a sitting area and spacious bathroom. Personal footprint of 130 m2, and a living space of 55 m2.
|Ocean View Pool Villa||
The Ocean View Pool Villas are located throughout the resort and offer splendid views to the Gulf of Thailand from the bedroom located on the upper level, and also from the lower level on which the private pool is located. There is a sitting area and dining setting for intimate meals either inside the villa or on the pool terrace. Guests enjoy a spacious bathroom with oversize bathtub, double vanities and an outdoor garden shower. Personal footprint of 160 m2, and a living space of 55 m2.
The Pool Villas are on the highest point of the resort and offer a partial ocean view to the Gulf of Thailand from the bedroom located on the upper level, and also from the lower level on which the private pool is located. There is a sitting area and dining table for intimate meals either inside the villa or on the pool terrace. Guests enjoy a spacious bathroom with an outdoor garden shower for a feeling of oneness with nature. Personal footprint of 160 m2, and a living space of 55 m2.
|Ocean Front Pool Villa||
The Ocean Front Pool Villas have a partial ocean view with lovely vistas to the Gulf of Thailand from the bedroom located on the upper level, and also from the lower level on which the private pool is located. There is a sitting area and dining table for intimate meals either inside the villa or on the pool terrace. Guests enjoy a spacious bathroom with large tub, double vanities and an outdoor garden shower for a feeling of oneness with nature. Personal footprint of 160 m2, and a living space of 55 m2.
|Ocean Front Pool Villa Suite||
This spacious Ocean Front Villa Suite consists of one bedroom, a living room, walk-in closet, and a bathroom with both indoor and outdoor showers on the upper level. A private pool and a dining area are on the lower level. This villa is perfect for couples or for a family travelling with children, as the living room can be transformed into a second bedroom. Wonderful views of the Gulf of Thailand can be enjoyed from the bedroom and from the private pool area as this villa is located on the frontline direct to the ocean. Personal footprint of 300 m2, and a living space of 80 m2.
Children are very welcome to come and stay at Six Senses Samui. There is a babysitting service available for those that require it.
Dining on the Hill and Dining on the Rocks are the two main restaurants both with stunning views and food to match. Chill by the Pool and Chill on the Beach offer drinks and burgers, pizzas and light meals during the day. There is also an excellent wine cellar, large infinity swimming pool, Thai cookery school, gym, library and a spectacular spa with outdoor treatment salas.
At Six Senses Samui non-motorised water sports include snorkelling, kayaking and sailing. There are also Thai cookery classes and wine tasting's, diving for all levels of experience and spa activities include Tai Chi, yoga, Pilates and aqua aerobics. The LIFE department organise excursions such as mountain biking, sea kayaking, market trips and island tours. There is also a weekly open-air cinema screening.
Arthur Pope (Staff)
A true gem. Set amongst verdant jungle, this lovely property offers stunning sunset and sunrise views, a rarity on Samui. The villas feel comfortable and roomy without feeling cavernous, privacy is guaranteed via smart design, and the grounds are easily walkable. They have secured a large portion of the secluded beach, and with future plans will make it even more inviting. The staff are top notch; friendly, personable and attentive. The food from the gorgeous On the Rocks isnt just good; it is truly excellent. Their overall commitment to sustainability and community enrichment is genuine. Easily a top choice for Samui.
Louise Canton (Staff)
Barefoot, five star luxury in an eco-conscious resort, where the friendly staff will make you feel like you're staying in a home away from home. The restaurant menus are spectacular and there's a view to match. You'll be torn between spending your time here in your beautiful villa with private pool or enjoying many of the activities and facilities that the hotel has to offer.
Katie Kennard (Staff)
Six senses have once again impressed me. Their bedrooms have a rustic feel, basins have been welded out of steel and carved wood makes us the interior and exterior. The rooms are hidden by the overgrown jungle and are all wonderfully camouflaged. The pool area is very comfortable, there are so many hidden places to chill and gaze out to sea. Six senses seek to find the most exclusive and un damaged land out there and they do very well at it.
Jules Maury (Staff)
Six Senses Samui sits perched on the furthermost outcrop at the North of the island and we could not decide on sunrise of sunset for our villas. Vibrant coloured cushions and teak is the predominant theme of this luxury hideaway with its famous Six Senses Spa. We had a fantastic 3 our cooking course where you learn, prepare with the chef some fantastic Thai dishes and if you wish to go out early to the market they will arrange this for you as well.
Clare Barratt (Staff)
Six Senses Samui is very much in line with the Six Senses unique style of authenticity. The private villas are luxuriously rustic and being located on a headland they all have fabulous views, although the Hideaway villa overlooks the lush jungle like vegetation rather than the ocean. Although I didn't dine there myself, Dining on the Rocks has the most wonderful views it almost feels like you are on a boat. So even if you don't choose to stay at Six Senses on Koh Samui, make a reservation to dine here one evening! I know I will next time!
Sophie Jones (Staff)
Six Senses Samui has a very special atmosphere. Located on the north east tip of Koh Samui, you feel completely removed from the rest of the island in your own corner of serene paradise. The food was fantastic and The Thai Prawn Salad that I had was the perfect balance of flavours and level of spice for my underdeveloped western palate and I have never seen prawns so huge - mouth-watering!
Sarah Baxter (Staff)
On this popular and buzzing island, Six Senses Samui offers a private and peaceful retreat where you can feel secluded in your own piece of paradise. They offer a serene spa, gym, yoga and aerobics classes, snorkelling and kayaking among other things. The resort remains true to the Six Senses style with that wonderful bare-foot luxury feel. My two favourite things at this property are the fantastic main infinity pool, overlooking the ocean and the Dining On The Rocks restaurant, with the most idyllic back-drop and exquisite food to match. While the majority of the villas enjoy sea views, they do not have direct beach access, but their stretch of beach is not far to reach. The Ocean Front Pool Villa is definitely worth it for the back-drop.
Evi-Elli La Valle (Staff)
The location of the Six Senses Samui is amazing. It is in a really peaceful spot to the very north of Koh Samui, with beautiful views out to sea. All the villas are spread out on the hillside and the atmosphere is so calm and peaceful and it really feels like a retreat. It is only a 10-minute taxi ride to the fantastic local restaurants of Bo Phut or the bright lights of Chaweng, yet you feel a million miles away.
Location & directions
Koh Samui, Thailand
Six Senses Samui is located on a headland on the northern tip of Samui Island. It is set amongst 20 acres of indigenous vegetation and offers uninterrupted panoramas to the Gulf of Siam and outlying islands.
Koh Samui is south of Bangkok and east of Phuket, inside the Gulf of Thailand. The island is just 21 kilometres wide and 25 kilometres long.
How to get there
11-hour international flight to Bangkok, followed by a 1-hour domestic flight. The resort is an easy and scenic 15-minute drive from Samui International Airport.
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