Hansar Samui Samui's Newest Luxury Hideaway

[21/02/11] 

You know it's a tough balance for hotel companies to manage; do you have a hotel in a prime location, where the amenities are spot on and where the sea comes up to your walls, but also where the real estate is most expensive, or do you head out of town, assured that your guests will stay in spacious rooms with plenty of elbow room for all to enjoy?

You'll discover the very best of both worlds at Hansar, Samui's sexy new 73-room hideaway. Located right on the water's edge in Bophut's Fisherman's Village, you'll be close to the airport and ferries to outer islands, as well as northern Samui's chic waterfront bars and restaurants. These include the innovative French Med cuisine of Hansar's open air restaurant and cocktails at the poolside Beach Bar.

At the same time, you'll be forgiven for not wanting to stray very far. With spacious, modern rooms, opulent bathrooms with free-standing stone tubs and rain showers, airy living spaces complemented by flat screen tellys and wi-fi, and terraces which reach out to the ocean beyond, you pretty much have everything you need without leaving.

Think of it as a whole new type of 'staycation'.


Hansar Samui
101/28 Moo1, Bophut, Koh Samui, Thailand
Telephone: +66 77 245 511
www.hansarsamui.com


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