Buzzy beach club with an infinity pool overlooking Lipa Noi Beach
Free use of kayaks, bicycles and snorkeling gear
Events include weekly beachfront movie screenings and an award-winning Sunday brunch
What To Know
Huge suites start at 753 square feet
The beach club is open to non-guests and is popular with daytrippers
There are four pools, including one exclusively for guests
The hotel can arrange cooking classes and trips to local markets
Parking on site
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Glam all-suite retreat on Koh Samui's west coast with a see-and-be-seen beach club that attracts the bronzed and the beautiful
Overlooking Lipa Noi's white sand beach on the ever popular island of Koh Samui, Nikki Beach is a glam all-suite party pad with a see-and-be-seen beach club. Inspired by traditional Thai architecture, the suites are large and light-filled, with recessed lighting, colonial-style ceiling fans and sprawling private balconies (furnished with a chaise for stylish lounging). The bathrooms come with walk-in rainfall showers, his-and-hers sinks and aromatherapy bath products. There are four pools in total (one exclusively for guests), but most of the action takes place by the infinity pool at the beach club, where the cocktails flow and the DJs spin into the night. There's a weekly roster of events, from film screenings to live music and an award-winning Sunday brunch. When you're not soaking up the rays with the bronzed and the beautiful, the hotel offers free kayak, bike and snorkel rental and can arrange cooking classes and trips to local markets; there's also a massage pagoda that offers a long list of treatments.
In the Area
Take a motorboat tour of the spectacular Angthong National Marine Park — the setting for Alex Garland’s novel The Beach. About an hour’s ride from the resort, the park is ideal for snorkel and scuba excursions, with stingrays, whale sharks and barrel sponges in abundance. Take a trip to the "Big Buddha," a 35-foot-tall golden statue, with a picture-perfect temple, excellent food stalls and a bustling market. Or enjoy a half-day elephant tour of the jungle, stopping off for a dip at Na Muang, arguably the island’s most beautiful waterfall.