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Pawanthorn - Ratchaphruek Villa
Koh Samui, 4 Bedrooms
From USD$920 - USD$1150/night


You enter the Thai-style villa through heavy wooden gates which open into a breathtaking open courtyard. Steps lead you down to an entrance pool, complete with floating stepping-stone path leading through the pool to the villa entrance.

The pool has raised bronze statuette fountains and one side of the courtyard is made of a natural rock wall with plants seeming to rise from the pool in front of it. The other walls have a soft yellow tone which combines with the brown rock and the blue water to produce calm, relaxing and very grand, and yet welcoming, entrance area.

The eye-catching details here, other than the pool, the rock wall and the plants, are the beautiful metal and glass wall lamps which at night bring the area to life. There’s something very modern and stylish about the entrance, and yet the details all seem to be very traditionally Thai. This blend of quality materials and traditional Thai styling, with flashes of contemporary design, is mirrored throughout the property, resulting in an interesting environment which has something to please everyone.

Opening the main door and stepping inside the villa is an unforgettable experience. To say that there’s a wow-factor would be somewhat of an understatement. In fact, it’s impossible to take everything in at once, there’s one awe inspiring feature after another and, even after spending a considerable time in this room, you can expect to notice something that you’ve missed before.

The beauty of it is that all the architectural features, details, furniture pieces and artwork, however individually spectacular, all combine in harmony to create an extremely comfortable living space.

This first room is on two levels with the first being dominated by a phenomenal wooden dining table which is dressed with an array of fresh flowers in beautiful vases. Presiding over this space is a traditional chandelier hanging from the stunning coffered ceiling; with each of the shaped panels being wood-lined.

The wall running parallel to the dining table is has 3D effect wall panel with handmade geometric carvings set in white onto a deep maroon coloured backdrop.

At one end of the table is a recessed golden archway housing an antique cabinet and an absolutely amazing statue of the Thai mythological serpent, Naga.

On the opposite wall is a similar golden alcove with an intricately painted wooden cabinet and a Verdi Gris sun framed mirror.

To the left of this dining space is the appropriately positioned kitchen. High quality traditionally styled wooden units are brought up to date with black granite surfaces, chrome fixtures and fittings, a large central island feature and cutting-edge metallic tiling.
The only wall without units is decorated in unusual Thai artworks depicting ornate candelabras, and there’s a door which leads out into a covered outdoor kitchen area and herb garden.

Coming back into the dining room two large pillars create the entrance way to the lower level. A sloping wooden ceiling covers this comfortable space. On one side of the pillars a wooden sofa is covered in the finest Thai silks, on the other there’s an antique leather-bound desk with a traditionally shaped table lamp, glazed in a very modern striped pattern. Behind the desk and facing the opening glass doors which line the front of this room is a true work of art.

A Thai canvas mural is spread over six wooden panels and shows a brightly coloured contemporary image of ancient Thailand with a scene of elephants, monkeys, and happy Thai people near to a temple.

Across the front of this room is a large sun terrace with sun-loungers and access to one side of the blue-tiled infinity swimming pool, which has uninterrupted views over the picturesque Koh Matlang island, and the swathe of white sand linking that island to Koh Samui at low tide.
To the right of the terrace is the dramatic main lounge. This is an architecturally unique room as it stands out on the rear of the property overlooking the pool and the sala. Built-in wooden bench seating wraps around three sides of the room and has been fitted with lush comfortable cushions.

The seating layout, around a large central coffee table, makes this the perfect room for socialising. There’s also a large flat screen TV facing the seating area for when the conversation runs dry. And it’s on this wall where the sense of drama comes in. The TV is mounted on a wall of textured wallpaper and framed by an oversized, wooden contemporary-styled Thai archway.

As your eyes follow this immense feature you become aware of the height of this unusual room. An incredibly high ceiling with open wood work, allowing the light in, gives the room a tangible character and this whole space has a light and enjoyable atmosphere.

The corridor leads to the master-suite on the left and this room epitomises traditional style, elegance and good taste. A giant teak four-poster bed is the main focus of the room, but once again, the details in the wall coverings, the walk-in dressing area, the lamps, the antiques and the exceptional décor and furniture, such as a leather bound bench at the foot of the bed and an ornate birdcage sat on a pedestal table in one corner, all stand out. From here you have a private terrace and direct access into the poolside sala and private steps into the tempting infinity pool.

Doors open into an exquisite bathroom suite where you’re greeted by a wooden vanity unit with ceramic sink, a crystal chandelier sits majestically above and intricate carved niches, and shaped wooden panelling leads you through to the sunken Jacuzzi bathtub and rain-shower feature.

Coming back into the corridor you have a further doorway into another en-suite bedroom. There’s a separate walk-in dressing area and the bathroom has an outdoor natural rock wall, a covered shower area and an unusually shaped white sink set onto a black granite surface.

The bedroom has a high-vaulted wooden ceiling and yet another unique chandelier. The bed is a wooden four-poster finished with stunning white and flower patterned drapes.

The wall behind the bed is a rich purple with small golden alcoves for ornaments, the one opposite is lined with golden silk, wooden frames and tinted mirrors, and has a flat screen TV.

When you emerge back through the dining area and out into the open courtyard, there’s a covered staircase on your right taking you up to the next level. The above terrace has a sloping wooden roof illuminated by a row of crystal hanging lights.

Another wooden doorway opens into an indulgent and luxurious lounge area. Leather sofas with silk cushions, coffee coloured walls with hand painted golden detailing, a flat screen TV fitted into a shaped wooden panelled alcove and a bronze coloured coffee table on a green rug all add to the plush and comfortable surrounding

On either side of this lounge there’s an en-suite bedroom. On the left the room has a four-poster bed with silk drapes, a vaulted wooden ceiling and a balcony looking out across the ocean. And, the en-suite shower room has some very distinctive black and grey tiling.

On the right, the en-suite bedroom has a balcony overlooking the pool, sala and out across the ocean. The wall behind the bed is silk-lined with an extraordinary circular wooden carving mounted above the bed.

Coming back down stairs and from the sun terrace and the pool area, a pathway leads down between the other two villas to a very secluded rocky bay and almost completely private beach.

This villa is a totally unique property based, not only on its location and design style, but also because of the incredible interior designs, handmade features, and the diverse collection of antiques, art and furniture, which provide genuine touches of pure Thai elegance.

Pawanthorn - Ratchaphruek Villa 's Services & Facilities

  • Private Swimming pool
  • Separate Kitchen : dishwasher, oven, freezer and microwave
  • Night  time Security Guard
  • Tour Information
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Postal Service
  • Shuttle Service Villa – Chaweng Beach Shopping Centre
  • Safety deposit  service
  • Massage & Spa
  • Laundry Service
  • Outdoor car park

Pawanthorn - Ratchaphruek Villa 's Staff

  • Fully serviced

Pawanthorn - Ratchaphruek Villa 's Season Dates & Rates

Low Season .................... US$ 920
May 1st - June 30th
September 1st - November 30th
Minimum stay : 3 nights

High Season ................... US$ 1150
January 16th - April 30th
July 1st - August 30th
December 1st - December 15th
Minimum stay : 5 nights

Peak Season ................... US$ 1290
December 16th - January 15th
Minimum stay : 7 nights

*Villa rates are subject to an additional 10% service charge and 7% government tax
Pawanthorn - Ratchaphruek Villa 's Terms & Conditions

Cancellation, amendment and no-show policies :

High Season (16 Jan - 30 April, 01 Jul - 30 Aug, 01 Dec - 15 Dec) : cancellations and amendments made less than 21 days or no show are subject to 50% of whole period room charge.

Low season (01 May - 30 June, 01 Sep - 30 Nov) : cancellations and amendments made less than 14 days or no show are subject to 50% of whole period room charge.

Peak season (16 Dec - 15 Jan) : cancellations and amendments made less than  30 days  or no show are subject to 100%  of whole period room charge.

If you would like to receive more information about this villa, please send us request and we will contact you as soon as possible. Or call us at:
+62 361 884 3008
+62 811 385 5969
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