‘Hansar’ means "to be in the moment of full joy and happiness", and the Hansar Samui has created a peaceful and happy place for visitors to soak up the sun and island atmosphere. From the moment that one is welcomed into the airy open-air lobby, the hotel’s dedicated and professional team of staff work hard to ensure that all guests enjoy a perfect stay; they glide effortlessly and quietly around the resort, seeing to guests’ needs without any prompts – an impeccable balance of service and hospitality.
The centrepiece of the hotel is its beautiful infinity pool. Kicking back in the water, the only objects that break ones line of view out to sea are the perfectly geometrically positioned umbrellas, which
seem to rise from the water. The beach is only a few metres away from the hotel itself, and the stylish beach bar offers a creative and delicious blend of cocktails, which fuse Thai ingredients with more international flare.
Wandering along the hotel’s bucolic pathways – with grass and flowers growing up between the stones – one gets a chance to appreciate the hotel’s fine architecture. Each room offers a stylish open-plan layout with teak flooring and beautiful wooden furniture. The sea-view, best enjoyed from the comfort of the rocking chairs and day-beds on the balcony, is stunning.
A day in this resort is best spent relaxing on the beach and in the pool. Guests must also visit the hotel’s LUXSA spa. The name is derived from Sanskrit and means “healing – health through water”.
After a spa, a starlit dinner on the beach is the perfect way to round off the day. The hotel’s executive chef was the private chef to the King of Jordan. His blend of French Mediterranean and Thai cuisine, paired with specially chosen wines is exquisite.