The Samudra Retreat Samui

24/73 Moo 5, Boh Phut, Koh Samui,84 309, Ko Samui, 84320, Thailand | 3 star resort
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Morning on the beach

A travel blog entry by wendy1562

... fantastic, no need to buy another suitcase after all....... Down side is it weighs a tone and we will have to throw most of our clothes away ( well Tony will) because all our stuff now has to fit into mine lol! Last full day tomorrow hope the sun is shining and the wind finally blows itself out..... Can't wait to see you all really missing you ...

Koh Samui

A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea

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... room my mother facetimed us, so that was nice and than after our shower we went for dinner. 17th and 18th Nothing special really, did some sunbathing, swimming, shopping etc. Today Wednesday it was rather cloudy which actually was rather nice for a change so we staid in bed a bit longer and than read a lot and walked around a bit and went to the sports club. We got a card from Mariette and Berry which is funny and Monday we've sent a card to my mum via Greetz in Holland ...

10 seriously long, exhausting days

A travel blog entry by debsndarren

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... emails on her phone so we know that she read it. He finally acknowledged it 3 days after it was sent. He said he's not aggressive, we said you are and it's getting to the point where I don't want to speak with you because it's so unpleasant. He apologized, but we don't feel that it really registered.

We've had a small reprieve re being forced to move out of our apartment into one less than half the size. We have a storeroom which is full to the brim. ...

Day 48

A travel blog entry by sarahgeorgia

... a beer to make up for the lack of manliness of course. I have this really nice chicken in a basket with was yummy tuk! Before we order our food, Christina has to ask if they would do her some shrimp that wasn't on the menu and after two waiters conferring with the chef it was achieved. Olie and Christina went for a swim in the sea whilst me and Jay played in the pool because the water didn't look that friendly and I knew I would be stung one way or another, plus I was being ...

KoSamui 17th – 20th Aug Priya

A travel blog entry by priyaandpeter

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... juice to wash it down; Peter, naturally, sampled the spiciest sounding items on the menu. He was rather unimpressed by the first offerings however (‘Spicy?!’ he was heard to mutter under his breath). I have to say that I do wonder whether this comment was heard by one of our cooks; at least they probably saw him ladling chilli sauce onto his dishes and by the last evening his meal left a fine sweat on his brow and he was muttering, "wow, there are a LOT of chillies in ...

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This 3 star resort, located on 24/73 Moo 5, Boh Phut, Koh Samui,84 309, Ko Samui, is near Big Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Yai), Grandmother and Grandfather Rocks (Hin Yai / Hin Ta), Wat Mahathat, and Wat Phra Sri Sanphet.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Samudra Retreat Samui Ko Samui

    Paradise Resort

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    Having read several negative comments about this resort, I was relieved and pleased to find out that many of them are not true (at least not during my stay). For example, staff were friendly and helpful, as were the buggy drivers who ferried us to and from the lobby and rooms. Although there was still some work going on due to incompletion to a small section of the huge resort, the workers were unobtrusive and the view was not marred. I also did not see any retail/time-share clients.

    Nichts Aussergewöhliches!

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    Ein wunderschönes Fleckchen Land mit viel Potenzial. Leider kann dies aber nicht über die Bauarbeiten hinwegtäuschen, die parallel an diesem Hotel gemacht werden und nur ein Teil bisher vollendet ist. Die Zimmer sind schön, geräumig und modern, die Aussicht auf Bagger und Bauarbeiter ist weniger schön! Man wird ständig von Timeshare Verkäufern belästigt, besonders am Pool. Das Management ist unter aller Würde, es gibt so gut wie keinen Kundenservice und das Hotel braucht dringend ein internationales Management, um dieses Hotel wieder auf die Füße zu bekommen. Viel Potenzial, allerdings macht das Hotel wenig, um dies auszunutzen. Im Vergleich zu anderen 4 Sterne Hotels auf der Insel, ist dieses Hotel ganz unten auf der Liste. Ich kann dieses Hotel leider nicht weiterempfehlen, zumindest so lange nicht, wie es hier Bauarbeiten und dieses Management gibt.

    5 Sterne für Samui, aber nicht nach internationalem Standard

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    Dies ist nicht nur ein Hotel, sondern auch ein Timeshare Resort. Hier gibt es ständig potenzielle Interessenten, die für das Timeshareangebot an Land gezogen wurden und auf dem Gelände herumlaufen . Das spricht natürlich nicht gerade für die Sicherheit hier. Das Management hat keine Ahnung, w Ein wunderschönes Fleckchen Land mit viel Potenzial. Leider kann dies aber nicht über die Bauarbeiten hinwegtäuschen, die parallel an diesem Hotel gemacht werden und nur ein Teil bisher vollendet ist. Die Zimmer sind schön, geräumig und modern, die Aussicht auf Bagger und Bauarbeiter ist weniger schön! Man wird ständig von Timeshare Verkäufern belästigt, besonders am Pool. Das Management ist unter aller Würde, es gibt so gut wie keinen Kundenservice und das Hotel braucht dringend ein internationales Management, um dieses Hotel wieder auf die Füße zu bekommen. Viel Potenzial, allerdings macht das Hotel wenig, um dies auszunutzen. Im Vergleich zu anderen 4 Sterne Hotels auf der Insel, ist dieses Hotel ganz unten auf der Liste. Ich kann dieses Hotel leider nicht weiterempfehlen, zumindest so lange nicht, wie es hier Bauarbeiten und dieses Management gibt.

    5* for Samui but not up to international 5* standards

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    This is not only a hotel but a timeshare resort.

    Beautiful hotel with great views, but location leaves much to be desired

    from

    Stayed here for 1 week in a 1 bedroom pavilion suite. The setting is beautiful, perched on top of a small cliff overlooking nearby islands and the Gulf of Thailand. Our suite was spacious and comfortable, but was skimpy on kitchen supplies like cutlery and dishes. The infinity pool is very nice, and has a spectacular view. Staff was pleasant but we had to make multiple requests to get simple things like extra sheets and towels, etc.

    Nothing to get excited about.

    from

    A lovely spot with much potential however this hotel is a building site and the view cannot compensate for the incessant development that is going on in parallel with the parts of the hotel that are completed. The rooms and pool are nice, spacious and modern, however the views of a digger and 10 thai workers less so! There is a permanent flow of timeshare salesmen showing prospective buyers through the hotel which is disturbing especially when by the pool.

    Great view shame about the management!

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    Great view and location but scruffy for an alleged 5* resort. We went there for part of our honeymoon having exchanged a time share week from elsewhere with there. The advertisement led us to believe we would get a villa with our own pool but we got a large one bedroom apartment which whilst quite nice was not what was expected. The toilet kept blocking, the hot water was occassional at best and the 'outdoor' shower was not cleaned properly.

    Beautiful view

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    i stayed at the samui pensinula in march 2004. the hotel is above choeng momg beach, a 10 minute drive from chaweng. i really liked the beach. the water was beautiful, there are some smaller hotels on the beach and the bigger boat house hotel. plenty of restaurants are in walking distance/on the beach. the samui peninsula has several buildings. you can have a room or a bungalow with your own pool. the restaurant of the hotel served fresh and very nice meals and i really loved the beautiful view from this hilltop location. the resort is connected by steps/stairs so it might not be the best place for older people or people with walking problems.

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