Celes Beachfront Resort is a contemporary boutique hotel with a prestigious beach location…
Price from £78 per person per night | Based on travel in May & June
Celes Beachfront Resort is a new boutique resort opened at the end of 2017. It has already established a reputation for quality, innovation and value. Superbly located in the centre of Bo Phut beach on the north coast, with the neighbouring island of Koh Phangan visible on the horizon.
The popular Fisherman Village market and restaurant area are about a 10-minute walk along the beach. The lively resort area of Chaweng is 15 minutes drive, and the airport similar distance.
Celes Beachfront Resort has 68 rooms and villas.
The 50 Deluxe Botanical Rooms are set back in the gardens, hence the name, and are mainly on the ground floor with patio, although some are on the first floor with balcony. All are spacious with 50sqm of living space, with a modern design theme.
10 of the Villas are set one row back from the beachfront and offer 90sqm of total living space, including your own plunge pool.
8 of the Villas are directly beachfront, the most spacious and prestigious accommodation with 160sqm of total living space including your own swimming pool.
Superb beach location – in our view one of the very best on the island.
The Santiburi championship golf course is 10 minutes drive away.
Selection of non-motorised water sports (weather permitting). In this area, you have several dive centres.
There are many dining options close by, including Fisherman Village.
Celes Beachfront Resort has a super location, attractive contemporary and extremely spacious accommodation.
Incredible value for the total quality on offer, with easy access to some of the most attractive dining options nearby.
The resort is essentially couples focused. It will accept children but there are no specific facilities other than what nature provided.
Celes Beachfront Resort, Koh Samui, Thailand
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