Paradise Beach Resort Samui

Koh Samui, Thailand

About Paradise Beach Resort Samui

Nestled in a serene setting amid lush gardens, Paradise Beach Resort is the quintessential escape for families and couples seeking a tranquil retreat, yet remains conveniently close to vibrant shopping areas, lively nightlife, and famous tourist hotspots.

Situated on the northern shore of Koh Samui in the Maenam district, the resort stretches along a 6-kilometre pristine beach. It boasts 94 elegantly appointed rooms and villas, two exquisite swimming pools, a beachfront restaurant and bar, a variety of activities, a spa, and more. Just 500 meters from Maenam village, guests have the flexibility to explore local culture or enjoy a luxurious stay within the resort, enhanced by our All-Inclusive option.

Following a recent renovation, Paradise Beach Resort now features rooms and villas that blend modern Thai aesthetics with open, vibrant layouts, creating an inviting atmosphere with soothing tones. Sizes range from 30 to 62 square meters, offering garden, pool, or direct beachfront views.

Choose between two stunning swimming pools—one nestled in a spectacular tropical garden, ideal for sunbathing in the glorious sunshine, and the other, a beachside pool that serves as the resort’s vibrant hub. For those seeking relaxation, our spa offers indulgent treatments like deep-tissue massages, body wraps, and aromatherapy. Dining at The Terrace Restaurant is a delight with beachside seating, fresh local seafood, and an open-style show kitchen where you can watch our chefs at work.

The resort provides a majestic backdrop of endless sandy beaches and breathtaking views of Koh Phangan. Immerse yourself in the seaside ambiance as you create unforgettable memories, whether it’s a romantic beach dinner, an intimate wedding ceremony, or a grand celebration in either Thai or Western style. Paradise Beach Resort’s dedicated team will support you from planning through to your special day, ensuring every moment is magical.

Note: The wedding ceremony here is symbolic and not recognised as a legal wedding.

Save to Favourites ×