The Bay Water resort in located on the fringe of the charming village of Choeng Mon where some of the islands cleanest waters lap onto a one kilometer beach of white sand. Calm and relaxing this area is ideal for those wishing to enjoy a more relaxed approach to their paradise experience in Koh Samui. And yet, just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Chaweng beach this is also a fabulous spot for those who like to dip a toe into the best of both worlds.
The newly completed Bay Water Resort is offers an incredible amount of space in its seemingly endless communal areas. The enormous pool is flanked by a stunning hard wooden decking area, the perfect spot to lap up the tropical sun, or enjoy the shade of a large parasol as you delve into a good book while sipping on a perfectly mixed cocktail.
The resort has a total of 100 rooms and villas split into three categories: Deluxe rooms, Deluxe pool access rooms and Pool access villas.
Located on the 2nd and 3rd floors the 52 deluxe rooms benefit from 57sqm of living space, each with its own balcony from where you can sit back and relax and enjoy the views. The rooms feature rich woods and amenities that include wall-mounted TV screens, safety deposit boxes, working desks and large, opulent bathrooms with rain showers.
All 20 Deluxe pool rooms are located on the ground floor and, as the name suggest, have direct access to their own swimming pools that connected to just one other room. These rooms offer 57sqm of living space, mini bars, flat screen TV’s rain shower bathrooms, safety deposit boxes and a working desk.
Pool access villa, of which there are 28, share pools with three other villas which makes them an excellent choice for those travelling with family or in a large group. They share the same facilities as the other rooms, and all room categories provide king or twin beds, satellite TV with multi language channels, free wireless internet, IDD phones as well as coffee and tea making facilities.
The resort itself is packed full of features to make your stay both enjoyable and memorable. The reception operates 24 hours a day with helpful staff waiting to attend to your every need. There is a well maintained and superbly kitted out fitness centre with state of the art gym equipment and a fabulous spa where you can luxuriate the aches and pains away. Their PoolSide restaurant offers quality Thai and western cuisine at surprisingly affordable prices for a resort of this standard.
The restaurant is aptly named; it’s located by the side of a pool, which makes it a very relaxing place to be. You can look out onto the spacious area that contains the pool and the frangipani trees that grace it, and you’ll quickly begin to feel at ease. All the more as you know the food that’s shortly going to be served to you is dependably good.
You’ll feel truly relaxed and at ease.
The restaurant has several recommended dishes that are quite special. Try the Chateaubriand steak; it’s the most succulent and most tender part of the fillet, and at Poolside it’s grilled to perfection and carved tableside. It’s a dish for two by the way, and is definitely a romantic choice, something to be accompanied by a good bottle of wine. Poolside also specialises in different cuts of steak, and highly recommended is the 120 day grain- fed beef, which is dry- aged for nearly a month before being chilled and exported. As you can see, Poolside cares very much about how the food comes with maximum flavour – it’s not a place that cuts corners. But that doesn’t mean dining here is expensive. In fact, you needn’t worry about costs; here they believe in value for money; what you see is what you pay for and there are no hidden charges of any kind – all prices are net. It’s a surprisingly affordable place to go and eat, and brand new it may be, but word on the island is quickly getting out.
Poolside Restaurant also offers some highly tasty gourmet sandwiches. With generous sized portions, they’re a hit with casual diners, especially during the day. There’s plenty of Thai food, too, and you’ll enjoy dishes such as Pad Thai, an exquisitely tasty treat which comes wrapped in a gossamer net of omelet. Or you can enjoy the popular special Egg Fried Rice which contains seafood, egg fried rice, curry powder, spring onions, cashew nuts, raisins, carrot, and is served in a freshly-sculpted pineapple bowl. The restaurant has all the well-known Thai delicacies on its menu, and each comes beautifully presented.
Poolside has a wide array of wines to go with the food. You’ll find wines from all over the world and they’ve been specially selected to bring maximum pleasure and to complement the fine food. You can safely say that this is a wine lovers’ paradise. You can opt between classic French and Italian wines as well as superb new world wines from Chile, South Africa and Australia.
For desserts you’ll be spoiled for choice and you can enjoy classics such as Flambéed Baked Alaska , Authentic Italian Tiramisu and Valhrona Chocolate Fondant.
This fabulous and well appointed resort welcomes both resident and nonresident guests. Its large and well thought out areas make it the perfect place to organize an event or a special occasion. The huge restaurant area offers a stunning wet weather alternative to outdoor dining and with endless off road parking visiting could not be easier.
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