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Anantara Bophut Koh Samui Resort in Koh Samui, Thailand

Located on a private stretch of a popular beach, Anantara Bophut Koh Samui Resort & Spa aims to appeal to every type of holiday. Seclusion seekers can melt into their own corner of tropical paradise or schedule a couple’s massage at a World Travel Award-winning spa. Guests looking for a full schedule of entertainment will find it in a long list of water sports and local tours. And those who like to explore on their own can discover forest temples, Buddhist shrines and secret gardens with the advice of a well-informed concierge.

Walk through dense tropical gardens of palms and orchids to the al fresco yoga pavilion. Greet the day with sun salutations. Go windsurfing with a former Olympian and soothe sore muscles with a nap by the infinity pool. Release lingering stress with a detoxifying scrub made with green tea extract. Set sail on a catamaran cruise and toast the sunset with a glass of champagne.

Location of Anantara Bophut Koh Samui Resort

Anantara Bophut Koh Samui Resort
99/9 Bophut Bay Surat Thani
Koh Samui, Thailand

Nearest Airport: USM

Amenities for Anantara Bophut Koh Samui Resort

  • 106 Rooms and Suites
  • Tennis
  • Kayaking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Sailing
  • Yoga
  • Thai Cooking School
  • Shopping and Handicrafts Tour
  • Boat Excursions
  • Temple Tour

Reviews for Anantara Bophut Koh Samui Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Stay in this hotel, you will never forget it, it is amazing with wonderful staff, they truly can not do enough for you and with a smile from the manager to the gardeners. The rooms are just perfect all extremely well appointed. The pool area was great and the food and beverage is extremely good. The location was just perfect just a short walk from fisherman’s village.

Brandon J - Chester, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

My wife and I were staying at another property close by and wanted to see the grounds at the Anantara, which are beautiful. While we were there, we stopped into the bar and had a bite to eat and a cold beverage. Service was good, as was the food.

Traveling_Man_1638 - Los Angeles, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

The hotel has a magnificent location. By the start of the Main Street of Fishermans village, which has it chilling surroundings but also lovely opportunities at night. Relax at the beach bar CoCo Tams on their large pillows and whatc their show close to the water. This is a nice place to stay at Koh Samui, instead of the noisy Chaweng which close by if you want bigger shows and parties. At Anantara Bophut you will feel welcome from all of the staff. As a single traveler I felt well taken care of. The rooms are wonderful and if possible try to book room number 201 whit it's magnificent view from its see side balcony. This is a one bedroom suite. The spa is excellent and worth using for your wellbeing 😁and the gym is useful but a little bit small. But it's vacation and the exercise can wait. An especially thanks to Suman Paul, Andrea Orru and the chef at Anantara Bophut. They have the professionalism to take care of their guests 👍both single ones and other 😏

Børge H

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

The hotel was really beautiful, every aspect, interiors, restaurants, grounds, pool were designed with fantastic attention to detail. I didn't see any other hotels that came close in Koh Samui. We were also really pleased that we had chosen to stay at Bophut rather than Chaweng as it had a villagey feel compared with Chaweng which seemed rather down market by comparison. If you have children, I think you may have to keep an eye on them at the Anantara as at night time they light up the grounds and water features with oil burning lamps (looks stunning) we aren't parents but if we were it may have worried us and the pool was not very child friendly either. Overall it didn't seem like hotel geared towards families. One slightly negative thing was that the restaurants were pretty empty - this is because they operate at UK/European prices which does seem completely out of place in Thailand where eating out is so cheap. You only need to walk up the road into Bophut village to pay around a third of the price. However, the food was better than we had in the local restaurants. One final thing - do be very careful about ordering wine here - £14 for 2 glasses!! We ordered without asking the price first - maybe at a posh London hotel you would expect but here we felt completely caught out.

sudhirchau - Pune, India

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Stayed in the Anantara for 8 nights between 29th November and 7th December 2017. Unfortunately, it rained almost non-stop for the entire time. We had a couple of days when the sky cleared a bit, but on the whole, it was torrential rain, thunderstorms and flooded paths and roads. Shame. The hotel is in the typical Thai style and is quite nice overall. There are some really nice touches and some not so good. Here's my opinion - Nice - * Welcome drink on arrival with chilled towels and coconut jelly sweet. * Nice room (we had a garden view junior suite). Fairly comfortable. * Lovely shower with drench rainfall plate and also a spray head. * Large umbrellas provided in the room. * Happy Hours at the bar (although the hours were reduced from 4 to 2 during our stay). * Very nice fresh fruit at breakfast. * Wi-Fi in the room is good. * Good location close to Fisherman's Village. Can walk there quite easily for a good range of restaurants, shops and bars, money exchange, etc. * Nice swimming pool with towels provided. Not so good - * We ate dinner in the hotel just one night and the food was very average. We couldn't understand why the hotel didn't want to make money from guests by opening the breakfast restaurant and offering a good set meal each night there for a reasonable price. * Lights in our room are difficult to control. Lots of switches with no logic. * No bedside lights for reading. * No cushions on the loungers by the swimming pool. * Quite a few mosquitos around, even although the hotel did spray regularly. * No real lounge area to sit in the public areas of the hotel - only the lobby where we were asked every 2 minutes "can we help you?" or the Library which was very small and really used for check-in and check-out. * Breakfast buffet was OK, but not outstanding. * Housekeeping service for our room each day was probably curtailed somewhat due to the constant rain. The housemaids arrived after 5pm each day. We are still here are the moment, so maybe things will change for us over the next 2 days, but I think probably not. This is a nice hotel, but not outstanding and not 5 star.

Janice-and-Ali - Scotland

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