Ratings based on 72 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Sydney
A group of 8 for a birthday celebrationPosted Aug 15, 2014
Pros: Good relaxed atmosphere, helpful staff, nightly celebration ceremony.
Cons: More frequent free travel to local places of interest.
Location: Hotel is on a shallow beach but easy to walk to swimming areas and bars/cafes and local town. Taxi to elephants and Waterfall - taxi to Chaweng beach.
Helpful friendly staff, decent inexpensive places to eat close by. Close to a supermarket. Staff arranged for a special b'day breakfast - the main reason we were all there. Good fitness center with daily classes such as yoga and Muay Thai. Nightly lantern ceremony if weather was ok.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
I was lovely but wish there was a better beachPosted Jul 12, 2014
Every one could not do enough for you service excellent
for Couplesby Abhinav from New York
Excellent hotelPosted May 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
We stayed plunge pool suite and I must say I was mighty impressed with the hotel. They have got an excellent breakfast spread and most of amenities are pretty well maintained. If you are staying here here I would definitely recommend taking a massage at the SPA. the spa is definitely one of the best you can find in Koh Samui. The other thing that I would recommend is having dinner at the pier (They have this pier which extends way into the ocean). Absolutely amazing. Apart from a few odd mosquitoes everything else was right on but then again it's more of a Koh Samui issue than the Le Meridien's. The other things is that the property is a little far from so called downtown (Chaweng) which can be a good or bad thing depending on what you want to do there. That said, you can always rent a bike or a car and it shouldn't take you more than 15 mins to reach Chaweng..
for Everyoneby Mai from Toronto
Beautiful hotel and extremely friendly staffPosted Apr 28, 2014
We stayed at Le Meridien Koh Samui Resort & Spa for 3 nights! It was a great experience and will definitely stay there again the next time we are in Koh Samui!
for Everyoneby BD from New York, NY
Nice hotel for couples not singlesPosted Apr 23, 2014
Pros: Nice facilites, good staff, and well maintained facilities.
Cons: Was looking for a more active resort with fun pool scene, did not enjoy outdoor bathrooms, and rooms were small for a normal suite elsewhere.
Location: Hotel is in a remote location, but easy cheap cab ride to town. Staying in the city looks to be a bit dirty, so your better off staying remotely.
I chose this hotel as I was looking for a 5 star hotel on the island that wasn't catered towards honeymooners and couples. From what I can tell this was the best option besides Nikki a Beach, but still a little too quiet for my liking. From the time I arrived till I departed the staff was very friendly, welcoming, and helpful. If your looking for a quiet hotel this is your place, but look elsewhere if you want a more lively scene with things like a pool bar. Beach is small, but well suited as you don't see too many people at the resort. Overall a great stay. Lastly, expect to pay 400 baht min to get anywhere, and 600 to the airport by taxi.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
good at Koh SamuiPosted Mar 1, 2014 on Hotels.com
it was pleasant
for Couplesby Red from India
Poorly Designed Hotel. Not worth the price.Posted Feb 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
I stayed here for 2 nights, after my stay at Pavilion resort. Having stayed at garden villa there with a comparable price, I can say the facilities here arent that great. Firstly, the breafkfast was amazing and the staff spoke very good english and helpful throughout. The property itself looks a bit old, and the Garden pool tiles have some fu ngus too.( Green tiles are a real bad choice of colour). The toilets in the pool villa are outside the bedroom and its trouble in the night to walk down all the way to the other end to go to the loo. The beach itself is nt that great with the water coming right till the property. I would have loved to sit on the beach .and have my dinner. We couldnt use the pier either, because of the high tide.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
quiet luxurious paradisePosted Feb 25, 2014
Pros: is location and the peace and quiet.
Cons: not too much really everything pretty efficient
Location: the hotel is not located in the heart of Lamai which is a bonus as it is a bit noisy and kitsch. there are restaurtantsm supermarket massage
The Meridien is a great hotel on the outskirts of Lamai which is a bonus. The hotel staff are all welcoming especially Tina Liu who is the general manager and runs a great hotel. The bonus about this hotel is that it is very peaceful and quiet. the beach is good but non existent at high tide and the water is shallow. thankfully we had a pool access villa which was stupendous/ the food at the hotel is very good and costs about the same as European prices but there are other restaurants close by such as Starbay if yu wish to eat elsewhere. Breakfast is great with plenty of choices from European food to Asian food, the rooms are very spacious and well equipped.
for Everyoneby leigh from auckland
Ocean view pool villa, lovelyPosted Feb 14, 2014
Pros: The most comfortable beds in Koh Samui. Beautiful surroundings within resort. Stunning villas that are well maintained. Non-smoking restaurant-thanks
Cons: Very difficult to be improved upon. Steps in each ocean front pool villa to sand would be wonderful.
Location: Lamai is a great location. Busy but not as hectic or tacky as Chaweng. Easy to hire bikes & travel around. Or walk.
This was our third visit to this property. The villas are stunning, good size, lovely fittings.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Hotel facilities are good but food is averagePosted Dec 1, 2013
The hotel facilities and staff are good but the meals were average and charged Australian prices. Disappointing thing about the holiday was that all of the restaurants that we ate at were average (except for The Larder - it was good). So if you are like us and you like your holidays to revolve around great food then Koh Samui isn't probably the spot for you. Though the cheap massages made up for it - the little place right next door to the hotel was great.