Baan Sukreep Resort Review, Chaweng Noi, Koh Samui
We stayed at the Baan Sukreep Resort for the last 4 nights of our trip to Koh Samui, Thailand. Getting from Chaweng to Chaweng Noi was very easy by taxi and within 20 minutes we had arrived.
We were early, check in was very smooth and within 10 minutes we were in our bungalow. The gardens and greenery at this resort are spectacular and we were already impressed by the time we had walked to our bungalow Sukreep 3.
Bungalow Sukreep 3
We really enjoyed staying in our standard bungalow, it felt really private and was very comfortable. There was lots of room for storage all open plan and a safe, and plug sockets either side of the bed. The air conditioning worked well and was very quiet. There was a kettle to make your tea/coffee too. The bed was comfortable and we slept really well. There was some noise but mainly from the wildlife which we loved and a little road noise from behind, but otherwise this was such a peaceful resort.
The terrace was a decent size with two chairs and a small table and a clothes dryer. Interestingly, the fridge was here and not in the room, which we have never experienced before but was fine and we were given two small complimentary bottles of water per day. There were a selection of beers and soft drinks in the fridge which you had to pay for but were very reasonably priced. There are resident cats too that did enjoy hanging out on our balcony too!
The resort has the HandiGo app available to all it’s guests. This is a pocket concierge which you can access through your electronic devices. It has the ability to request special restaurant meals, massages, yoga, excursions and generally has information regarding the location and about Koh Samui, and remains active throughout your stay.
The Bathroom at Bungalow Sukreep 3
The bungalow had an en suite bathroom which had all the amenities we needed and an extra ladder type towel dryer and toiletries were also provided. However, the steps down to toilet are steep and you have to be careful, so those with mobility issues may find it difficult.
The Pool and Gardens at Baan Sukreep Resort
We spent a lot of time here it was so peaceful and quiet, a great place to totally chill out.
The pool is a decent size with a jacuzzi in the corner and situated next to the restaurant so getting refreshments while you lay in the sun was easy. With 10 sun beds around the pool we never struggled to get one. Pool towels and beach towels were also provided. The gardens are full of exotic plants and pretty spectacular when lit up at night.
Coconut Restaurant at the Baan Sukreep Resort
The Coconut Restaurant and Bar is a great place to spend some time. Two levels with plenty of comfortable seating, and a small reception area too. We had some fantastic meals here, both Thai and European food was available depending on your preference. We love Thail food and had a meal here every day and was never disappointed.
Breakfast is a simple affair with breads, cakes, bacon, sausages and an area for cooking eggs. This was open from 8-11 am which was great if you didn’t want to get up too early.
Beer prices here were very sensible too which was good to see as sometimes hotels do hike up the prices. A bottle of Singha was 70 baht wine 120 baht.
Come and have a look around the resort and our bungalow.
Location of Baan Sukreep Resort
When we first arrived at Baan Sukreep Resort we were concerned that it was a little too remote, but we needn’t of worried. The resort is set amongst coconut groves, with buffalo’s grazing and only a 10 minute walk to Chaweng Noi beach.
We found two ways to access Chaweng Noi beach. Firstly, when you get to the main road, turn right and walk a minute, cross the road and go through the Bistro. We would buy a drink and use their beds, and their mango smoothie’s were excellent! Secondly, you can get to the end of the road cross over and turn left walking past the Impiana Hotel. You will see signs for the Beach Club. The walk is a little longer approximately 10 minutes. The Beach Club is more expensive and has loud music playing but if that’s what you enjoy it is a good place to visit. They do have offers and Saturday nights is ladies night where ladies drink free.
Chaweng Noi is a beautiful beach which predominantly has large hotels leading on to the beach. However, there are a couple of bars and restaurants to visit and as long as you buy a drink or food you are able to use their sunbeds.
Here is a short video showing you around Chaweng Noi Beach.
It is 10 minutes by taxi either way to Lamai or Chaweng, mopeds and cars are available for hire through the resort. You can find out more about the cost of getting around Koh Samui here. The resort will also arrange airport transfers if needed, which is only 25 minutes away.
Our Verdict of Baan Sukreep Resort
We really loved our time at Baan Sukreep Resort, the French owners Jean-Luc and Odile are delightful, full of knowledge and very helpful.
The staff here were excellent too, efficient and friendly and always smiling. This place had such a lovely atmosphere it was so relaxing and we were very sad to leave.
Baan Sukreep Resort is an oasis of peace and tranquillity with easy access to Chaweng and Lamai, we liked it so much we have already booked to return next year!
If you have any questions or would like to add any other information then please do comment below.
Do check out our other Koh Samui, Thailand hotel reviews here.
We booked a Deluxe Bungalow with breakfast via Booking.com and you can to by using this link here.
You can also visit Baan Sukreep Resorts website here.
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