Conrad Koh Samui Resort & Spa

Address: 49/8-9 Moo 4, Hillcrest Road, Ko Samui, 84140, Thailand | 5 star resort
 
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This 5 star resort, located on 49/8-9 Moo 4, Hillcrest Road, Ko Samui, is near Big Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Yai), Grandmother and Grandfather Rocks (Hin Yai / Hin Ta), Wat Mahathat, and Wat Chaiwattanarm.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Conrad Koh Samui Resort & Spa Ko Samui

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

Dag 2-3-4 Koh Samui

A travel blog entry by bertnmarij on Jul 29, 2014

3 comments, 39 photos

... op de achtergrond 'Somewhere beyond the sea, waiting for me...' door Bobby Darin (niet Frank Sinatra). Buiten de setting was het eten eigenlijk niet beter dan elders. Ok wel een merkbaar verschil, geen mieren in ons bord. We go for a late afternoon lunch in a way too expensive super luxurious resort on the south coast. If we ever have too much money we might come back here but 175€/night during low season and 300€/night during ...

Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao

A travel blog entry by borthscouse on Feb 01, 2014

9 photos

... as hell up there. It was a fraction of the cost of The Nevis, so I thought I’d do another alongside bungy virgin Fergus. This one dunks you into a swimming pool when you reach the end of the rope, so the experience was slightly different, but still exhilarating. Next on my list is to take on the tallest bungy in the world - the Macau Tower in China, but we’ll have to see about that when I'm there.

Koh Phangan
It ...

Ko Samui - Angthong

A travel blog entry by mattey on Jan 12, 2014

4 photos

... hill climbs. As you will see from the pics it was well worth the sweat! We also kayaked around the islands to a secret beach which was stunning! Back on the boat for lunch then a very rough trip back to Samui! Quite night tonight with some western ...

Half the Moon, Twice the Fun

A travel blog entry by foggie on Nov 20, 2013

7 photos

... lost eachother under water. We managed to find a spot where there rock blocked some of the stormy sea water and managed to see quite a lot of weird and wonderful fish along the coral.

As for the party, it was pretty much as you'd imagine. I'd say it was memorable, but I don't. I woke up the next day with a mystery spider bite that took antibiotics to fix.
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Koh Samui

A travel blog entry by heidilockwood on Oct 13, 2013

18 photos

... island of Koh Samet. It is far more commercialised and touristy. It's beaches are wider and longer, and it's nightlife is louder and crazier (yay!). Farangs (westerners) are everywhere. After arriving at our hostel (fitted with 4 reasonably comfortable beds, a tv and ensuite, all for £3.75 each a night), we headed to Cheweng beach. The temperature: 34oc, the sea was the bluest and clearest I'd ever seen and the sand perfectly white. This place is paradise. On ...