Six Senses Hideaway Samui, A Sala Property

    The Hideaway’s bamboo-shuttered villas, which are scattered throughout the property, feature floor-to-ceiling windows that slide open to let night breezes and ocean noises inside. The Presidential Villa has two bedrooms, a lounge, an outdoor bathtub, a large pool, and a Dining pavilion. Accommodations Sixty-six split-level, bamboo-screened villas, most with swimming pools and sundecks. Recreation Swimming in Samrong Bay, speedboating to nearby islands, visiting the touristy Big Buddha statue and Chaweng Beach, and nodding off during a massage in one of the Hideaway Spa’s oceanfront treatment rooms. Dining Dining on the Rocks features contemporary Asian cuisine on nine slightly slanted decks built from weathered taeng wood and bamboo. Worthy Diversion Charter a speedboat to Ang Thong Marine National Park. Rates From $520 to $1,340 for a Hideaway Villa, $970 to $2,070 for a Pool Villa Suite, and $3,020 to $6,250 for the Presidential Villa.

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