Accommodation in Koh Samui – Dreams Villa Resort

22 Mar

I stayed at Dreams Villa Resort in Bo Phut; a two storey villa with living area, kitchen, patio (two; facing the garden and the pool), bathroom downstair, and two bedrooms; as well as two bathrooms upstairs. The interior is fresh, and the furniture is very comfortable. It was perfect for two people, we had so much space, and this is bigger than our apartment in Oslo. The pool was heated, and we used it a lot. The only thing missing was a better road leading down to the main road (the seven minute distance wasn’t really a problem).

See, I was happy 🙂

List of other hotels/resorts we considered, and reason for exclusion:

Baan Kao Hua Jook  Villas / 10 minutes from the beach in Chaweng. Looked perfect, but couldn’t find many trustworthy reviews.

Banburee Resort and Spa / Read a lot of complaints of the resort lacking a beach. We drove by here, and this place is remote. You don’t have any many (any?) choices for restaurants in the area either. Only if you have a car.

Coconut Villa Resort & Spa Samui / Beach seemed great, but villas seemed too small.

Kanok Buri Resort & Spa / This place looked interesting. You get a lot for less, supposedly great beach (but I’m not a fan). We wanted a one-bedroom apartment, but everything is in the same room here.

Mantra Samui Resort / Cozy room, but it’s an expensive hotel room.

Samui Cliff View Resort & Spa / No beach. Only rocks. Beach 10 minutes away. Remote, no restaurants nearby, only the highway.

Sea Valley Hotel and Spa / Couldn’t find any reviews.

If we’d be willing to spend more we’d chose a huge villa @ Kirikayan Luxury Pool Villas & Spas, or the Fair House Villas & Spa


If you have stayed at any of these places and have a blog post about it, please comment with your link!


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