07 April 2009

Koh Samui 13-17Mar 09: Day 4 Part I

Brunch at Chef's Table, Sareeraya Villas & Suites.
Day 4 - we would be checking out of Sareeraya and shift to Six Senses Hideaway Samui! As check-in time at Six Senses is after 3pm, we requested for a late check-out and the front desk manager acceded to our request and even arranged for transport to send us there. Once again, excellent customer service!

Chef's Table for brunch.

Sauteed mushroom, grilled sausage and tomatoes.

Hubby loves the fried noodles and ordered it again.

I went for fried rice - yum! Fried to perfection :)

Enjoying my breakfast.
Hubby holding his food ransom. LOL.

As we still have a fair bit of time, decided to hit the Chaweng Streets for last minute shopping.
Found this lovely necklace! Simply love the colours of the stones, very resort-look.
Check-in at Six Senses Hideaway Samui
Time to check in at Six Senses! The entire look and feel of the resort is rather simplistic, rustic and nature-inspired, yet does not appear rundown at all.
Settling check-in procedures at the reception. We were offered cold towel with lemongrass. Just break the lemongrass in the middle and a nice scent filled the towel. Cool idea :)
Every villa is assigned a butler, we could call the butler for any request. Buggy is the mode of transport around Six Senses due to the terrain.
Our butler sent us to our Villa, No. 43, Pool Villa :)

Bamboo gate of the villa.
Very unique signage. If the left side is display (right side covered), it stands for 'Do Not Disturb, Privacy Please' and vice versa.
Small garden leading to the front door.

Umbrella available, in case of rain.
Display for housekeeping.
The first impression upon entering the villa. Although the living space is not big, the placement of all the furniture, with full length windows make the villa appear airy and spacious.

Work desk.
Day bed/sofa
Comfy bed overlooking the pool and ocean.
The view from the bed is breathtaking. I could just lie on the bed and daze all day long.

I think the bed is one of the most comfy I ever slept on.

Love the thatched roof and mosquito netting, gives a very romantic and soft feel to the villa.

Dining corner.
Complimentary fruits. Coffee making machine.
Complimentary bottled drinks. Even lime is provided.Unique design of the chair. All the furnishings and colours used blend well with the surroundings, without unnecessary clutter. The glasses, mugs, crockery, electric kettle, complimentary coffee/tea, liquor, snacks are all kept inside the drawers.

Switches to all the lights, air-con.
Hand-bound collaterals.

Now onto the bathroom. Sunken shower.
Luggage rack.
2 wash basins. His and hers.

Taps which are so industrial looking.

Spacious bathroom.
Outdoor bathing area, looking inwards to the toilet and indoor bathroom.
Rainforest shower.
I'm impressed with the villa. And wait, have yet to explore the pool!

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