Carpe Diem Hotel Samui

Internet ConnectionRoom with bathroomHotel restaurantAir conditioningSafeFor the disabled
Locality: Bophut Beach, price from: 51 € per night
With its lavish, stylish setting, the Carpe Diem Hotel Samui, offers you their unique charming, seductive mixture of French and Thai hospitality, right amidst the exciting Bophut Beach. Location: Situated at Bophut, in the Fisherman Village, the Carpe Diem Hotel Samui is a peaceful hidden oasis of tranquillity between Maenam and Chaweng and within 10 minutes away from the airport and many of the island's most popular places. Rooms: Pleasing you with a warm environment and impressive well appointed rooms, the hotel assures a peaceful stay and blissful sleep. Restaurant: Gastronomic restaurant set in a wonderful tropical garden offers you an opportunity to savour some exquisite French-Thai gastronomic creation, in a relaxed cosy unruffled environment. The exotic bar serves fizzy cocktails and many other favourite drinks. General: With the outdoor pool as well as the glamorous spa offering perfect repose, this hotel offers everything to make the most out of your stay. Good compromise between calms and agitation, you will be amidst the night activities which the island of Ko Samui can offer you.

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