The attention to detail is evident from the moment you’re welcomed in the tranquil lobby at The Sarojin. Set amid a lily pond and immaculate gardens, serenity is exuded throughout this retreat. It’s particularly beautiful at night when hundreds of lights twinkle the way to your room.
Dining here is an unforgettable experience. Ingredients are fresh, chefs are passionate and tables are set in extraordinary locations. Breakfast is à la carte, served until 6pm with sparkling wine at the Ficus Restaurant beneath the canopy of an ancient ficus tree. Breezy and chic, The Edge restaurant borders the beach. It has stunning sea views and an organic menu featuring signature Thai delicacies from the Andaman Sea, local markets and the hotel garden. For a more intimate experience, private dining options include secluded spots on the beach, shipwrecked-style on your own private sand isle and, spectacularly, beside a nearby waterfall. There’s also a striking infinity pool, an award-winning spa and lush tropical gardens that open out to a seven-mile-long sandy beach.
Each room is named after a long-standing staff member. Set in the lush gardens, they are peaceful and contemporary, with beautiful bathrooms that have a clever indoor/outdoor feel without actually exposing you to the outside. Ground-floor Garden Residences have a terrace and outdoor Thai sala, while Pool Residences have a private pool. The new Jacuzzi Pool Suites are equally spacious and come with luxurious additions like a four-poster king-size bed and a terrace complete with Jacuzzi big enough for four.