OZO Chaweng Sa­mui

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OZO Sa­mui prides it­self on its peace­ful at­mos­phere and makes good on its prom­ise to pro­vide each of its guests the “haven they are search­ing for”. All of the rooms at the OZO are de­signed with a good night’s sleep in mind and the beach­front lo­ca­tion pro­vides sooth­ing tones from the tides and ul­ti­mate re­lax­ation.

The OZO of­fers over 200 rooms and suites, sep­a­rated into the Sleep and Dream rooms, and the Dream Ocean, Dream Space, Dream Pool, and Dream Beach Suites. The Sleep and Dream rooms come with true qual­ity sleep space. Mat­tresses are com­fort­able, pillows lush, and black out cur­tains make cer­tain you get all the rest you need. You are on hol­i­day after all! Each room also of­fers a small bal­cony and ocean views to re­lax in the sun.


On site, the re­sort has three dif­fer­ent din­ing op­tions; Eat, the all day din­ing ser­vice, of­fer­ing healthy smooth­ies and snacks 24-hours; Stacked, Koh Sa­mui’s “funki­est din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence,” of­fer­ing seafood, steaks and cre­ative gourmet burger cre­ations; and the Pool Bar, per­fect for en­joy­ing cock­tails while loung­ing pool­side, or a home­made slice of pizza fresh out of their wood fire oven.


Lo­cated on the Gulf of Thai­land, Koh Sa­mui of­fers op­ti­mum con­di­tions be­tween March and Au­gust with av­er­age tem­per­a­tures around 80 de­grees Fahren­heit (28 de­grees Cel­sius).


Thai Air­ways of­fers 10 de­par­ture ci­ties in the US to Bangkok. Fly Bangkok Air­ways to get to Koh Sa­mui from Bangkok or al­ter­na­tively, sev­eral fer­ries and cata­ma­rans run from Su­rat Thani or Don Sak on the Thai main­land.

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