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Koh Samui Family Hotels

Koh Samui Family Hotels

Koh Samui family hotels are designed for travellers with kids in tow. They are furnished with conveniences and amenities that both young and old will enjoy in a safe, fun environment.

The rooms are spacious and comfortable; you’ll have all that’s needed for a worry-free family trip. Here are the best family hotels on the island.

Koh Samui Family Hotels, Resorts, Villas & Accommodation Room Deals

The Jer Villa on Ban Bang Po is a top-rated family hotel, loved for its spacious rooms, swimming pool, and perfect location. The rooms are all furnished with air-conditioning, iPod docking station, television, and DVD player; while some units also have a complete kitchen for families who enjoy cooking. The two-bedroom apartment is ideal for families.

Ampha Place on Mae Nam is a charming family-style apartment outfitted in a modern design and Thai elements. Kids will love the fact that it’s so near the beach, and there’s also an outdoor pool and tour desk services so that parents can relax. The Classic Family Room is spacious and can comfortably sleep 4.

The Sean Sabai Home e Restobar is a top-rated family accommodation, ideal for those who are looking for homely accommodation while in Koh Samui. Located in Taling Ngam Beach, the property is surrounded by coconut trees and manicured gardens. The bright, airy rooms have a dining and seating area; guests are also invited to use the kitchenette, kettles, and stovetop. Families will love visiting the nearby beach. If you are travelling with a large group, the Two-Bedroom House can fit up to 5 people.

The Tropical Season Villa Resort is an upscale family hotel located in Mae Nam. It’s elegantly designed, and its amenities include a swimming pool, terraces, and lounges. This resort is close to natural attractions which the whole family can enjoy together through hiking and biking around. Families love the two-bedroom villa in particular.

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