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We flew in from Bangkok on Tuesday evening, not exactly sure what to expect when we landed. Only a week or so beforehand much of the island had to be evacuated by the Thai Navy due to flooding, and over on the mainland there'd been severe problems with landslides and lack of drinking water and facilities. We'd heard some beaches had been pretty …
So after staying in a place without power every now and then we decided to treat ourselves to a nice place on Ko Samui. It came highly recommended by the couple working at Mai Pen Rai. So we took them up on the suggestion and ended up at the Bo Phut Resort and Spa. It was a great idea! Not that we really have been roughing it so far, but this place …
... down to see if we would feel the affects of narcosis. At 26m, there was no affect on anyone in my group. On the second dive, we did a fish ID dive. Up until this point, I would see a cool fish and think I would remember its characteristics enough that when I came up I would be able to identify it. But when I would look at the pictures all the fish I would see would blend together. I loved this dive!! I took notes on a clipboard underwater and when I came up we figured ...
... We have a large pool next to the apartment complex and we bought a little inflatable pool for on the balcony for djuna to play in.
We have great Internet access here so working is no problem and we even found a Montessori school where Djuna Will be going to for 3 days a week to play and learn.
We really feel blessed to be here and we will be writing some more during the coming month.
... to take a swim... But somehow we managed to stay dry although I only got a few decent shots as the weather was too contrasty! This market seemed more geared towards tourists selling lots of souvenirs. They would hook your bat with a rod and pull you over to make sure you looked at all their produce!
That night we took an overnight train to get to the SE islands. It was then an early bus then ferry then rickety van ride to our destination but totally worth it! ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Historical Traveler Reviews Bo Phut Resort & Spa Bophut
We stayed in the Bo Phut Resort & Spa for a week in Early Febuary 06. It is an excellent hotel, the staff friendly and service is impeccable.
The best experience!
Excellent! Service, food, room,... everything! I really recommend it!
After reading all of the positive reviews on tripadvisor my partner and I decided that we would stay at the Bo Phut Resort and Spa for 10 days in Dec 2005 - we were not disappointed, the hotel is beautiful and the staff are wonderful and so helpful. On arrival we were told that the room we were meant to be staying in had been damaged (we assumed by the rain as a couple of weeks earlier there had been some flooding on Samui due to really heavy rain fall - the island was fine when we were there apart from some big puddles on the roads!!!) and we had been upgraded to an ocean view room with a jacuzzi on the balcony. The room was spotless and looked wonderful - the bathroom had a great power shower and the jacuzzi on the balcony doubles as a bath - lovely just as the sun is setting over the sea. The pool is wonderful - overlooking the sandy beach and the staff are on hand to serve cocktails and bar snacks all day whilst you take in the view. The hotel also has a wonderful spa (we made use of it one afternoon when it was raining) and complimentary internet usage. The hotel is located 5 minutes walk down the beach from the fishing village where you will find the local restaurants and bars - the food and drinks here are much cheaper than in the hotel. We did eat in the Thai restaurant at the hotel which was wonderful, however I would not recommend that you eat breakfast at the hotel as it is very expensive, and just a short walk into the fishermans village and you will find Coffee Junction, which does excellent coffee (both Thai and Italian) and a great selection of food. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to get away from it all and totally relax.
My friend and I spent 7 nights in November at this beautiful hotel. We chose it being a new property, discounted and Bo Phut is a quieter resort than some of the others in Ko Samui.
We have just returned from the Bophut resort. It is a fantastic little boutique resort. The restaurants were very good and suprisingly well priced considering the standard of the hotel. The rooms are of a very high standard.
My partner and I just returned from 10 nights staying in a garden villa at the Bo Phut Resort and Spa. If you are a couple looking for a stylish, quiet, relaxing, chilled out holiday then this is the place. The poolside service was second to none and the staff were very helpful and friendly.
Bophut resort & spa
Great hotel! the best I've ever stayed at.
We stayed in a deluxe room with outdoor jacuzzi,a beautyful designed clean room with a very nice bed,spacious shower and cd and dvd player.
This hotel offers the best service you could ever wish, and the staff is truly friendly.
The food in the restaurants and the breakfast is also very good.
My husband and I have just returned from 7 wonderful days at this hotel.
We had the pleasure of staying in a Garden Villa in Feb 2005.
The hotel had recently opened and the standard of accommodation was excellent. The staff were friendly, but sometimes seemed to lack the usual customer service you get in the far east, I suppose over time they will gain experience.
The restaurants looked lovely, unfortunately there were rarely any guests in them. I think they need to advertise a bit more to get people up from the beach.
If I were to return to Bo Phut I would stay at the resort again,
Just returned from a beautiful break at the Bophut Resort & Spa, Bophut, Koh Samui. We looked long and hard at brochures and websites before booking this one but looking back, we made a great choice! I am a 16 year veteran of Samui and don't worry when people say 'Samui's changed; it's not what it was' etc. Of course it's changed, things move on, it's called progress and some of it is for the better.....