Each of the 28 modern villas at the Samujana Resort has its own particular character, but all offer private pools, open-air dining, a range of luxuries and conveniences and beautiful architecture that focuses on vistas of the surrounding landscape.
Lounging sofas overlook the pool and in some cases, are even submerged in the water. Glass-edged rooftop decks enable views of the white sandy beaches and sunsets, and many of the rooftop surfaces are covered in grassy gardens. Indoor-outdoor spaces abound to take advantage of the temperate climate, and many of the living spaces within the villas can be opened via operable glass panels.
The villas are available either to rent for holidays or to purchase as a private residence. They’re perched on a hillside above a coral cove with private beach access. The architecture, by Gary Fell of Gfab Architects, blends contemporary luxury with Thai traditions, bringing in references to the natural setting in rock walls and tree-filled courtyards.
Each villa has between three to seven bedrooms, so there’s certainly no shortage of room for guests, and many are outfitted with private cinemas.
“Samujana villas offer infinity edge swimming pools with complete and sublime sea and lush hillside views. Large enough for laps, decadent enough for pool parties and enticing enough to steal away any ardent sun worshipper for a cooling plunge.”
“Boasting comfy slumber parlours from three bedrooms to eight, there’s no shortage of rooms to host your guests. Some rooms open out onto plunge pools, jacuzzis or landscaped rooftops with space for relaxing or taking in a yoga session with a great view. All Samujana villas feature extensive living and dining areas, modern kitchens, oversized private infinity edge pools and are equipped with the latest in audio and media amenities, all inviting you to enjoy your place, in your time!”