Tuesday 14 November 2017

REVIEW: The SAROJIN, khao lak, thailand

I can’t believe that my Thailand posts have taken this long but hopefully it is perfect timing for anyone looking for their next holiday either some Winter sun or looking towards 2018. I will do a full run down of my itinerary but first of all I will go highlight the first placed I stayed at: The Sarojin. If I could only use one word to describe The Sarojin it would be, luxurious. 

If you are looking to relax and unwind surrounded by luxury the Sarojin is the perfect spot when visiting Khoa Lak. The resort is nestled among tropical botanical gardens filled with flowers, frogs and butterflies. The Sarojin prides itself on offering an exemplary service with their ethos of creating an experience reminiscent of staying at a friend’s private estate.

Best for: Couples and Romance.
REVIEW: The SAROJIN, khao lak, thailand

Location: Based in Khoa Lak it borders a beautiful national park, Phang Nga Bay and the world famous dive spot of the Similan and Surin Islands. At the resort, you also get access to an 11 km private beach.

Nearest Airport: Phuket Airport is about 1 hour and 30 min drive. You can pre-book with the Sarojin and they will be on hand with cold face towels, a selection of drinks, free wifi and you can even pre-order food to your room for when you arrive – highly recommended.

Rooms: There are a total of 56 rooms but even when full the resort still seems tranquil due to the spacious nature of the resort. This may not be an added bonus if you are going on a family vacay but what adds to the relaxing nature of this stay is no children under 10 years are around in the resort. I stayed in a Garden Residence room which comes with a little terrace outside and inside is one large room separated with a few part walls which gives a feeling of a lot more space. The most important part of this room to me was the bathroom…just wait for it! With a waterfall shower and a bath filled with flowers in the centre of the room you can't help but snap a photo.
REVIEW: The SAROJIN, khao lak, thailand
Facilities/Activities on site:
The Service: the service is the best I have ever seen at a hotel, the staff go out of their way and there looked like there was at least one stall member to every guest. They are always at hand to make your stay the best it can be.

Food and drink: Based on site is two restaurants Fiscus which sits next to a magnificent lotus pond which is where you would enjoy your al a carte breakfast and for lunch or dinner you can dine at Fiscus or beside the Andaman Sea at Edge Restaurant. At either of these restaurants you know you will get fresh local ingredients bursting with flavour.

If you wanted to go ‘all out’ you could experience one of their private dining options with under a jungle waterfall, on a private isle, secluded white sand beach or by the pool the Sarojin will make it happen.
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Pathways Spa: Pathways is a secluded spa haven luxuriously integrated with the natural surroundings and the sounds of the Andaman Sea. I would recommend the Aroma massage. 

Activities off site: There are plenty of activities to do around the resort from exploring the magroves and waterways of Khao Lak on pleat boat with Monkeys jumping over head. You could also take a bike and cycle to the local waterfall, dive at the Similan and Surin Island.
REVIEW: The SAROJIN, khao lak, thailand
You do pay a premium on everything here so be prepared to pay London prices for food and drinks.

Room Rate: Rooms start from £149 // TBH 6,728 this is for two people sharing a Garden Residence room which is where I stayed. 

You also get included the à la carte breakfast served all day with sparkling wine. 
If you fancy and upgrade you can pay an additional £60 or THB 2,775 per night and you also get a complimentary one-hour spa massage per room, per night. So if you are planning on having a massage it might be worth the upgrade!


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REVIEW: The SAROJIN, khao lak, thailand
REVIEW: The SAROJIN, khao lak, thailand
REVIEW: The SAROJIN, khao lak, thailand
REVIEW: The SAROJIN, khao lak, thailand
REVIEW: The SAROJIN, khao lak, thailand
REVIEW: The SAROJIN, khao lak, thailand

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