Resort Review: Akatsuki on Koh Samui, Thailand

Private paradise on Koh Samui. Akatsuki Resort, on the western coast of the gorgeous tropical holiday island of Koh Samui in Thailand, has recently opened and has discounted promo prices valid until the end of 2011.

It’s a super-luxe, five-suite private resort on the picturesque west coast of the island in southern Thailand.

It’s built on the wisdom of two of Asia’s most refined cultures; “the smiling heart of Thailand and the gracious heart of Japan,” according to a resort representative.

There isn’t really a standard restaurant here, instead all food is prepared according to your own cravings, and served in a choice of indoor or outdoor locations.
Chef Khun Olive’s specialty is Thai and Italian cuisine. She also offers personal cooking classes. Akatsuki combines the five-star facilities of a luxury resort with the exclusivity, flexibility and comfort of a private villa.

Located on the secluded and picturesque Lipa Noi Beach, it elevates the private resort experience to a new level, accommodating single group bookings for 10-15 guests at a time in five suites. The spa is called the A-Spa and the signature treatment is a full body massage using yogurt, cucumber and tomato.

Akatsuki is committed to accommodating only one private booking per stay for up to 15 people before extra beds; the entire property is exclusively for guest’s own use.

Packages can be tailored to suit guests’ needs and extend to include lavish dinner parties, birthday celebrations, trips and excursions. Options include Thai cooking lessons, local market tours, yoga and meditation classes, to kick boxing, boat trips, golf excursions, beach picnics and elephant trekking. VIP private jet transfers can also be arranged.


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Akatsuki Resort