Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa, Koh Samui, will close for seven months as it undergoes a major refurbishment.
From 16 April to 15 November 2013 resort will receive a major THB170 million (US$5.7m) upgrade, with changes encompassing all 106 guest rooms and public areas. The existing six room and suite types will be increased to eight, with the addition of two new Deluxe room categories – Deluxe Garden View and Deluxe Sea View. The existing three suite categories will increase to five, with the addition of the 70m² Garden View Suite and 75m² Royal Garden View Suite, while the private pool at the two Anantara Beachfront Pool Suites is also being expanded.
Several F&B outlets, including the High Tide restaurant and Eclipse bar, will be renovated, as will the hotel’s library, lobby and meeting rooms. The only areas not seeing any work are the Anantara Spa, Full Moon restaurant, swimming pool and the newly-built kid’s club.
“Guests will benefit from a wider choice of luxury accommodation, as well as thoughtfully enhanced restaurant, bar, relaxation and event facilities, culminating in an impressive improvement to the overall guest experience,” said the resort’s GM, Manish Jha.