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The Sarojin in Khao Lak, Thailand

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Adorned in modern Asian style, extended over ten acres of pristine beachfront, The Sarojin brings luxury and grace to Thailand's western shores. Offering the ultimate in a personalized experience, this unique resort retreat provides a level of superior service that is only matched by its blissful surrounding landscape. Situated directly on a private seven-mile stretch of white sand beach, The Sarojin is located just an hour north of Phuket's international airport, in the Phang Nga province of Thailand. The crystalline Andaman Sea greets you at this majestic oasis, where 56 residences accommodate guests in the utmost elegance. Sublimely spacious and secluded, guest rooms feature private gardens and sala sundecks, oversize bathtubs and rain showers, plunge pools and tropical views. Soothing color palettes accentuate the tranquil décor, and modern conveniences provide complete comfort. The lush outdoors blend with indoor spaces throughout the resort, creating a verdant oasis everywhere you turn. This is Thai hospitality at its best. This is The Sarojin.

Start your vacation by relaxing around the 80-foot infinity pool, replete with whirlpool lounge and island cabanas. The resort offers a variety of on-site activities, including croquet and a fully equipped fitness center, as well as a full-service spa with captivating indigenous treatments to indulge your senses. Catamarans, sea kayaks, windsurfing boards and more are all readily available for your water-faring delight, and mountain bicycles can be taken for land-loving journeys and area exploration. For extra adventure, take a jungle trekking tour, rock climbing expedition, or scuba dive deep under the sea. There are three nearby 18-hole golf courses, as well as local tennis courts just ten minutes away. However, your time is perhaps best spent simply relishing the spectacular beach in front of you. For dining, you will be privilege to The Sarojin's incredible, fresh cuisine at a pair of restaurants, served by passionate chefs who embrace local flavors to produce innovative dishes and menus. Set among the resort's ancient branching tree, Ficus allows guests to dine on a variety of daily specials in a captivating environment. Or opt for The Edge to enjoy a casual open-air encounter. Private dining options include romantic jungle waterfall settings, gourmet picnics, or mesmerizing meals on the beach. In everything, The Sarojin imparts a revitalizing experience, so make your Thai beach vacation a time to remember.

Location of The Sarojin

The Sarojin
60 Moo 2, Kukkak, Takuapa
Khao Lak, Thailand

Nearest Airport: HKT

Amenities for The Sarojin

  • General Information
  • 56 Residences
  • Only 10+ Years Permitted
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • Wine Cellar
  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • Picnics
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Library
  • Fitness Center
  • Private Beach
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Boutique
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • Car Rental
  • Lounge
  • Pool Cabanas
  • Infinity Pool
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • CD Players
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Rain Showers
  • Activities
  • Cooking Classes
  • Croquet
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Windsurfing
  • Wine Tasting
  • Mountain Biking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Tai Chi
  • Yoga
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Elephant Trekking
  • Bird Watching
  • Nearby
  • National Parks
  • Golf
  • Beaches
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Beach
  • Spa & Wellness

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We have just returned from the most wonderful stay at Sarojin. It has been a hotel I have wanted to visit for a long time and it completely lived up to all expectations that I had. The grounds are so naturally beautiful and make you feel like you are surrounded by calm. We had a Garden Residence which was beautiful the room is large and designed Thai style with traditional wood etc, the bathroom is lovely with an indoor/outdoor feel even though it is entirely inside. We were located in room 705 which is right opposite the pool and a very short stroll to the beach so in a perfect location, although the hotel isn't very spread out so most rooms would be a short distance from everything anyway. We absolutely loved the idea of all day breakfast, somehow this completely relaxes you without you even knowing, just taking away that small routine of having to go to breakfast between set times somehow makes your body take a big sigh and relax to the max. The breakfast choice was excellent with everything from Baked goods to English breakfast to Thai noodles etc, everything is ordered from a menu, no buffet and with the time being stretched throughout the day there was never a real rush of people. The staff at breakfast were brilliant we were thoroughly looked after, special mention to Sky, Tony, Nut and Talaya. In the evening we eat at the local beach front restaurants but we did make sure we tried the Thai Taster menu at the Beach front restaurant within the Sarojin on our last night, this was absolutely top notch food and reasonably priced considering you could order as many dishes as you wanted, would highly recommend doing this a couple of times during your stay. Our days were spent relaxing around the pool in one of the beautiful pool Salas where Jo made sure we were hydrated with water and fresh fruit throughout the day. The Beach was also gorgeous with pool service and stunning views of the sea. I managed to read the story of the Sarojin when I was at the hotel and would highly recommend you take time to have a look at the book in reception which goes in to detail how the hotel was very close to opening when it was devastated by the Tsunami in 2004 and how all of the staff came together to make it possible to reopen, it made me feel very lucky to be able to be there and also made the staff seem like a really family, very special and something I haven't felt before at a hotel. I would highly recommend Sarojin to anyone looking for peace, calm and relaxation in a stunning environment with a lovely family of staff.

kdswestsussex - West Sussex

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed in a swim-up room (501) for my birthday during the middle of August, and from start to finish we really were treated as VIP’s. The rooms are decorated in a first class contemporary, luxurious way, with luxury complimentary toiletries supplied and replenished on a daily basis. Our huge circular bath every night was filled with water and scattered with rose petals and tea lights left for us around the edge of the bath for us to light later. The room and the bathroom was just first class so too was the pool outside our room. The breakfast is first class also, which you can take at your leisure overlooking the huge pond and there is a vast menu to choose from, all made fresh to order (breakfast can be taken any time during the day up until 5pm). The location of this hotel is slightly off the beaten track but is only a short taxi ride to the long strip of lovely low cost places to eat and drink if you do want to venture out of the hotel for a change. We hired a car and as well as visiting some of the local restaurants (I can recommend Spinach) we visited the local waterfalls, under which you can swim, which was just spectacular. This hotel has its own private beach - the best beach in Khao Lak in my opinion (we visited mostly all of them by car) and when you arrive at the sun loungers you are handed sumptuous towels and complimentary iced water throughout the day. For my birthday we booked the private dining option of a beach BBQ, which was absolutely awesome. The price includes 2 private chiefs and your own section of the beach, which is literally lit up at night with hundreds of tea lights and you eat overlooking the ocean by candlelight. There was no rush as the member of staff serving us and the chefs were ours for the night, and at the end of our meal we were given a huge Chinese sky lantern to light and release - the whole evening really was so spectacular. All in all one of the best hotels we have ever stayed in throughout our travels around the world – we really can’t wait to go back! A huge thank you to all the staff you really made us feel so welcome.

Carol P - Milton Keynes

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

April 2017 was our second visit to the Sarojin, our first three years before. Ever since the first visit we kept using it as a benchmark for other holidays - how does the price compare, what size as the rooms etc etc. We returned as we just needed a good break, guaranteed quality and various other destinations just didn't work for one reason or another (blame the busy Easter period and too much indecision!). The Sarojin is located just outside Khao Lak, about an hour and a half north of the dreaded Phuket airport (whilst it's a new terminal building, it is safe to say that it is one of the worst airport experiences from a design point of view). We were met by a driver from the hotel who whisked us in the comfort of a 4x4 up to the resort. Free chilled drinks (water, soft drinks and a beer if you wanted!) and access to wifi via an iPad in the car, which also incidentally enabled you to choose the soundtrack for your journey. Check in is easy enough, friendly wonderful staff who then escort you to your room. The room is fairly generous in size (we had a garden room which is the "base entry level" - nothing entry level about it!!). On this occasion we were located closer to the pool than our first visit, which also made it easy to get to breakfast. The bed is huge, however not the most comfortable but still made for a fantastic night's sleep. The bathroom is at the back of the room, with the appearance of being outdoors (fear not, there's a obscured Perspex roof over the top of the outdoor type area which means you keep your privacy!). The shower is good and strong to wash away the day's sand and sunscreen. The beach cannot be seen for the most part from the hotel, but is accessed via a small bridge which takes you past one of the hotel's bars and restaurant. The beach is the fine beautiful sand you'd expect from this coast line and you can walk quite a way in both directions. Note however as with all of Thailand the beach is public, not private to the hotel (not that this is an issue!). The gym is small and the equipment basic, but good enough to run off those extra calories from all the good food. The spa was nice, a little more expensive but then it is a five star hotel. However, they do offer a range of lengths of treatments so if you want a massage but don't want to shell out the heft cost of the 60+ minute treatments, there are the 30 minute options available. Food is really the big thing we've always talked about and was nearly the reason for giving four stars - I gave in and went for 5, but will review one of their restaurants separately as this is a bit of a sticky issue. However, breakfast is just the star of this hotel. Breakfast is available for nearly the whole day, but you can only go once. We generally got up, relaxed a bit, went to the gym, showered and went to breakfast at maybe 11.30am. It worked perfectly as our appetites were lower in the heat anyway and meant we didn't have to worry about lunch. The menu is all a la carte, but you can mix and match and really have what you want. I don't eat eggs, but my husband has been talking about the oozy poached eggs since our first visit and couldn't wait to eat them again on our return! I enjoyed the huge plates of smoked salmon, cold meats and cheeses that were served along with sparkling wine and fresh fruit juices. This whole part of the experience is a real winner for me. On an evening, there are two restaurants in the hotel - one where you take breakfast (supposedly and formerly more western in choice) and the Asian restaurant on the beach front. This was by far the best and most reasonable in price of the two in our opinion however both only serve extortionately priced imported Norwegian water - there is nothing wrong with Norwegian water, but there is no need to blind your guests into buying this when there is more than adequate bottle water you give to the guests freely during the day. The food in the beachfront restaurant is however very good - lots of choice! I would recommend the chilli crab and the local curries were also very tasty. The other restaurant I'd give a miss to unless you want to pay high London prices for food that isn't worth it (our first visit we had a great experience here, but it seems to have gone down hill significantly and the price skyrocketed - this needs to be addressed). Do not worry that you will need to just eat in the hotel. If you walk onto the beach and turn left, there is a small apartment complex with two restaurants. We spent a lot of evenings here on our second visit as it just suited us this time. Turning right on the beach and you meet the very informal and cheap White Sands restaurant (do not be put off by its appearance, the food is great and beer cheap!). The hotel also offer a shuttle service into town and to the night market (they charge for this service) where there are a vast array of restaurants and some bars catering for all tastes. The only trouble with this is that if you want to take the bus back, it is quite a long time after you are dropped off so once you've done what you want, take a taxi back (hilarious experience, agree the fare before you get in - 250 to 300 baht depending). All in all it's a great hotel, I think we'd leave it a few more years before we go back again as there are so many new adventures to be had out there. However I would highly recommend it particularly if you want a very relaxing break.

Kathryn S - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Everything about staying here was excellent. The grounds of the hotel are beautiful with a lovely pool area and their own section of beach. The food here is amazing. Breakfast is so varied and so good and there are so many options for dinner. We loved all of it. Our room was beautiful and so clean and well presented. We had a room with our own small pool in the front garden and it was so nice. The service here is incredible and the staff were all so so friendly and helpful. We loved it here and couldn't recommend it more. We will be back :)


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

So we decided to get married here. It was utterly amazing from start to finish. The hotel is beautiful. It's so well kept and so quiet it almost feels like your own private resort. The staff make the effort to get to know your names and make such an effort to make you feel at home. They also try as hard as they can to teach you a little bit about Thai culture. The beach is incredible. It feels very untouched - almost like a desert island. The little shacks along it serving food or offering massages just add to the atmosphere. We wanted the wedding to be a quiet and personal affair and that's what they made it. The flowers were amazing and dinner at the waterfall blew our minds. The upgrade to a pool room was well worth it. When we came back to the room and saw how it was decorated we just wanted to cry. The food at the hotel was expensive but brilliant. Really the whole trip was out of this world. We want to return tomorrow and relive what was the best two weeks ever!!!!

Mcglizzle - London, United Kingdom

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