If you are looking for the most self-indulgent Koh Kood Resort for that Thailand holiday getaway or that romantic honeymoon escape you have forever dreamed about, then Soneva Kiri By Six Senses could easily be the perfect place for you. However, there some other less expensive, but nevertheless equally comfortable resorts on Thailand's fourth largest island.
Koh Kood is the second largest of the 52 island archipelago located in the Trat province on the east coast of Thailand. It lies a short distance south of Koh Chang, the second largest island.
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Soneva Kiri By Six Senses is pure luxury on an unimaginable scale. Situated at Ao lak Auan Beach and set amidst a lush tropical rain forest, this fabulous resort epitomises all things sumptuous. Included in the price are transfers from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport in the resort's private custom-fitted eight-seater Cessna Grand Caravan aeroplane for the less than one hour flight to the island's Soneva Kiri airfield.
Apart from superlative accommodation, all quests have a personal butler on hand to ensure ultimate comfort during their entire stay. Some of the unique facilities at this Koh Kood island resort include private spa relaxation areas offering personalised sensory spa journeys while enjoying the most spectacular views imaginable.
The resort also offers a wide selection of water sports including catamaran sailing, sea kayaking, windsurfing, water-skiing, wakeboarding and snorkelling with all manner of crafts provided. The resort has its own Cinema Paradiso for your pleasure and an observatory for star gazing. And the list just goes on.
The Away Resort is a fabulous hideaway set amidst lush tropical vegetation and coconut palms on Ao Khlong Chao Beach. The resort consists of 34 luxury bungalows and cottages all with private terraces offering stunning sea views. This little gem is perfect should you want to relax and enjoy tropical yet peaceful surroundings. Best of all, the resort is great value for money.
If you require something a little more energetic, though, you could take part in several water sports on offer at the resort's activity and dive centre, which is said to be the largest on the island. Water sports include scuba diving, snorkelling and kayaking. The restaurant at this Koh Kood resort provides a fine selection of international cuisine, with seafood and Asian dishes a speciality.
Koh Kood Coral Beach Resort is situated on Ao Klong Ta Tin Beach in the north-west of the island and offers a cluster of luxurious rooms hidden from the world by gently swaying coconut palms. All the rooms at this resort on Koh Kood island have private balconies with beautiful sea views. You get to enjoy a variety of water sports such as diving and snorkelling and kayaking through mangrove forests.
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