Budget travelers will find 84 affordable hotels in Koh Samui such as Hi Coral Cove Bungalow and Dumrong Town. You will find Marina Residence apartment just a stone's throw from Fisherman's Village Plaza.
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Where to stay in Koh Samui?
Best cheap hotels in Koh Samui
Koh Samui airports & Subway stations
Baan Kao Hua Jook is a 20-minute walk from Samui International airport and offers an outdoor swimming pool, a picnic area and a sun terrace.
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Luxury and boutique accommodation in Koh Samui
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If you're traveling to Koh Samui for business purpose, the centrally-located Amonrat Apartment may be a good option. Victoria Luxury Villa is a great B&B with views of the garden, situated within a short walk of Nathon Pier. If you're traveling on business in Koh Samui, think about staying at one of the 71 hotels, such as Green Canyon Hip And Cheap Resort or Samui Garden Home that feature business facilities. If you're interested in staying at a resort in Koh Samui, think about staying at Anna Resort, situated near parks, a lush garden and a tropical garden and offering free self-parking, a golf course and canoeing.
City Guide: Discover the best of Koh Samui
Koh Samui is done to please.
From vibrant beach parties, to relaxed sunbathing, Koh Samui suits any holidaymaker. It's up to you whether to visit the Fusion Club in Lamai to dance all night or entertain yourself at Green Mango party on Chaweng Beach to scuba diving at Ko Tao.
Koh Samui offers it all, but you should think of advance booking to ensure a comfortable stay there. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Koh Samui to that one appointed with luxuries all available with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
Otherwise, devote yourself to beach attractions like the Big Buddha in Kohsamui or the erotic rocks in Lamai. Other attractions include;
- Na Thon, a seafront settlement with shops and restaurants
- Namtok Hin Lat, an impressive waterfall and can be accessed by car
- Old House, a Chinese-style house of more than 200 years old
- Grandmother and Grandfather Rocks, one of the Lamai Island’s biggest attractions
- Samui Aquarium and Tiger Zoo Ko Samui offers a day out for the family
As you are in Koh Samui, you should see beyond its beaches toward its legendary cuisine and award-winning restaurants, like Jungle Park. If you are in Koh Samui, but miss its cuisine then you missed a huge dose of the city's culture. Koh Samui is packed with seafood with national dishes like rice noodles in fish curry sauce and chicken birayanithat - all especially spicy, but you will enjoy the flavor of local food.
If you like dining out at terrace than the most suitable time to visit Koh Samui is from February to June when the area is dominated by dry weather. July usually brings changes to weather in the form of rain and heavy winds.
Regardless of the weather Koh Samui is open to tourists year round. Even though originally it thrived on fishing and agriculture because of its waterfront location in the Gulf of Thailand, from the 1980s tourism became a preeminent business for the city's economy. Today it stands along with Goa and Bali destinations offering the same comforts for your stay and becomes even more popular than Phuket.
As a boutique resort, Koh Samui offers abundance of top-end hotels and some mid-level accommodation. Booked.net can make your stay in Koh Samui as cheap as possible due to our lowest price guarantee.