Buri Rasa Village
Lonely Planet review
Buri Rasa looks like something from a glossy book on modern Asian interior design. True to its name, the resort feels like a small village, with raised wooden villas set in their own small gardens and an elegant beachside with massage pavilions and a jet-black granite pool.
Design is the name of the game here, so expect lamps made from bird cages and lots of bare wood, flowing fabrics and polished stone. Rooms are contained in private villas in their own little gardens so there's a strong sense of privacy and personal space. Inside you'll find lots of lush Thai silks and tasteful hardwood furniture, along with all the expected mod cons. The beachfront is tasteful and understated, with free-standing massage pavilions, neatly-trimmed lawns and that stylish Zen-style black stone pool. The grounds are full of bird-of-paradise flowers and the village mood is reinforced by water jars with coconut shell pourers to wash the sand off your feet in front of every villa.
Our independent authors have visited Buri Rasa Village and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Ko Samui.
Services & facilities
- Internet services
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Tour desk
- Free parking
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast buffet
- Breakfast in the room
- Car hire
Description provided by property
Important informationPlease note that there will be construction from 13 June 2012 until 1 November 2013 between 8 am - 5 pm. Guests will experience noise disturbances.
Important informationPlease note that there is a construction from 13 June 2012 until 1 November 2013 between 08:00-17:00 hrs. Guests will experience noise disturbances.
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