The More, the Merrier: Anantara Lawana Koh Samui’s Four-Bedroom Pool Retreat Offers the Ultimate Family Escape

Published on : Monday, November 2, 2020

While connecting rooms certainly have their benefits, when it comes to family travel, nothing beats having a private retreat all to yourself. The new Four-Bedroom Private Pool Escape package at Anantara Lawana Koh Samui Resort was designed with extended families in mind and offers 680 square metres of light-filled space concealing plenty of cosy nooks and crannies for all.

With four comfortable bedrooms opening onto the pool deck, every morning starts with sun-soaking or a refreshing dip, followed by poolside nibbles served at a traditional Thai sala where a large dining table sits invitingly by the water. Whether it’s Nintendo Switch marathons or Muay Thai face-offs that make your family tick, the private sanctuary delivers fun in the sun and lazy days of quality time together. As the night falls, enjoy a special set dinner on the terrace.

A luxurious island getaway on buzzing Chaweng Beach, Anantara Lawana Koh Samui Resort offers bedroom clusters around palm-fringed lagoon pools that are reminiscent of the early Sino-Thai settlements, tree-top dining and sand-between-the-toes culinary adventures.

Starting from BHT 29,710++ per night, the Four-Bedroom Private Pool Escape package is available exclusively on and includes:

Accommodation in the Four-Bedroom Private Pool Retreat
Daily breakfast for 8 people
Special in-villa set dinner for up to 8 people
Complimentary Muay Thai class for up to 8 people
Bookings made between 1 July 2020 and 21 December 2020 come with complimentary stays and meals for kids aged 12 and below.

Stay with Peace of Mind

To ensure guests feel safe and secure during their stay, Anantara’s Stay With Peace of Mind programme builds on existing health and safety measures for heightened sanitisation and hygiene. Guests at Anantara Lawana Koh Samui Resort can feel safe in the knowledge that the resorts are operating in line with World Health Organisation and Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health regulations, in addition to implementing enhanced levels of sanitation throughout the resorts.

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