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39 Moo 1, Tambon Maenam, Koh Samui (Surathani), 84330 Mae Nam Beach, Thailand – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Outdoor Pool (all year), Grounds
Canoeing, Cycling, Diving, Fitness Center, Spa, Massage, Turkish/Steam Bath, Private Beach Area, Bikes Available (free)
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant With Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Airport Shuttle, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (free), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Private Check-in/Check-out, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Designated Smoking Area
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child from 4 to 12 years is charged THB 300 per person per night in an extra bed.
One older child or adult is charged THB 1765.50 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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A mandatory Gala Dinner is included in the room rate for stays from Wed, Dec 31, 2014 until Wed, Dec 31, 2014. The Gala Dinner prices are based on room type and occupancy (guests sleeping in extra beds will be charged separately).
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Fantastic sunset views. Swim up pool bar. Great food. Friendly staff
Background music in the pool area and meals area was stuck on the same song for a couple of days. Eventually got management to take it off repeat song.
This place is perfect to relax and get away from all the daily stress. It is quiet, clean, has very helpful personell and the Restaurants Location is unbeatable!!
It is quiet far away from the main part of the island and therefore its not always easy to get somewhere.
Helpful staff with great location by the beach and fantastic pool for children. A little way from Cheweng but plenty of scooters and local taxis on the main road which the staff will give you a lift to. Well laid out Villas affording privacy and 2 room villas for families. Great organic garden growing produce to supplement the
Poor drainage in our bathroom and slightly smelly, bathroom in second Villa fine.
beautiful resort great view nice staff very good breakfast
the restaurant was a bit expensive
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Staff was really friendly, I felt badly in the first morning, they prepared ginger tea, called for doctor and took care.
It's located quite far from circle road, so it's difficult to get somewhere on your own. Hotel offers free shattle to Chaweng and back twice a day. Furniture is quite old. Hotel beach is not very suitable for swimming, especially for kids, but beach just hundred meters left is really nice.
I liked the pool area, the beachside sunsets, the breakfast and restaurant generally and we did have a nice time. Rooms were nice enough but could be greatly improved with small thoughtful touches. We connected well with 1 member of staff (Nash). Despite being off the main road they will take you to the road in a golf buggy, where there is a general shop and other transport. You can walk along the beach to a couple of other places to eat. Beach is a bit gritty, water not so clear as Chaweng side of island and snorkelling from hotel bit perilous, but we did like the fact this beach isn't very developed. Fisherman's isn't far away and we loved visiting there!
When we arrived we had various gripes - lots of mosquitos in room (which was resolved - but why didn't they deal with this before our arrival), zero shelf storage in rooms despite lots of furniture, the threat of charges for beach towels (we were constantly counting our towels and the staff never seemed to collect them so we had piles of them around at times), key trouble (as we had 4 rooms we kept getting the unmarked keys mixed up and having to go to reception to get them fixed), having to request a DVD player (not enough to go round), bad WiFi connection in rooms (1 router between 2 rooms would be good!). I told indifferent staff of my comments (for the sake of improvement) and asked to speak to management but reaction was generally slack and management didn't contact me. We didn't get to know the staff during our 6 days where as the week before in another place we were friends with them all in the same time. Concierge is limited to their partner services. I think with small changes and more personable approach of staff this place could be much improved. For example the First comment in the information booklet is 'if you take anything we will call the police'. Bazaar.
I liked the place...not too many choices for restaurants...special mention for Mr Nash who was a student working at the hotel..He was extremely helpful and very professional. .
More variety in restaurants. .. More and increase in the shuttle services to the city
It is a cosy resort. The pool is nice and the staff are very good.
The rooms could be more modern and the staff need to be better trained in communication
Beautiful scenery, excellent staff and a wonderful villa. We chose the sunset villa, which gave us a breathtaking view and a spa bath too! We will recommend to others.
recommend change all towels with colors, it may looks more clean with fair house^^*
Good food in restaurant. Lovely, helpful people. Happy place
The resort is lovely, the Thai people are very friendly and accommodating, the staff at this resort take that to whole new level, they made are stay very special.
Location is amazing, nature also, the staff is so kind and friendly, food very tasty, rooms clean and very spacious. We couldn't swim in the sea because of the weather, so the big hotel pool was a good thing to have. I would definitely recommend and come again.
Although we did enjoy our stay so much, I must say we were quite disappointed - it was out honeymoon ( I mentioned it to them 3 times before we arrived), and no one bothered to decorate, or leave flowers or something as simple, but still a nice gesture. I think it was a big mistake on their side - it doesn't cost almost anything, but makes our stay special. When I told them about it, they acted as if I never said anything, so that wasn't nice either.
Staff were always very friendly. The beach was nice and quiet. Although there was only one restaurant, the food was always nice and they would try to accommodate any special requests. It was great to have Internet all over the hotel, functioning almost always.
Staff did not speak English, which made it difficult to communicate our needs. Gym facilities are run down. Investments in new bedroom furniture is needed. Cleanliness needs to be paid more attention
Sweeping ocean views from our room on a hill, outdoor spa tub located on our large balcony, coffee scrub & Thai massage at the on-site spa, food & service at the open air restaurant, & the beautifully landscaped grounds.
We walked to the left of the Fairhouse for approximately two miles & experienced course sand & an uneven slope leading to the sea. After a trip to Chaweng Beach with it's far superior beach we're not sure that we'd come back to Mae Nam Beach. However, our stay at the Fairhouse made up for this small negative.
View from the jacuzzi. The cocktails were amazing. Service was impeccable!
The bathroom needs to be grouted
Everybody was very friendly and helpful. Beach is superb (especially one right next to resort)!
Nice location n views
Traffic communication is hard, only few hotel shuttles schedules, or taxi is available. No other transitions. Other wise , the housekeeping is not so good, lots of muds in the bathtub
Fair House is a beautiful resort surrounded by tropical gardens set right on the beach. The pool bar and beach front restaurant were outstanding. We splurged and got one of the suites overlooking the sea with an outdoor jacuzzi, which was amazing. They also offer free snorkeling equipment and kayaks, although the weather wasn't great when we were there so we weren't able to take advantage of them. Another great perk is the free shuttle to and from Chaweng (main tourist area of Koh Samui) for shopping, restaurants, bars, etc. The breakfast was outstanding as well!
The restaurant didn't offer many vegetarian options, but they did say that they could make basically anything upon request.
The location is truly beautiful, as well as the hotel garden, pool and beach area. If you cannot decide between Lamai, Chaweng or Mae nam, go for Mae nam, especially this part of Mae nam - the other island's beaches are mostly dirty with many tourists, water scooters and fast-food stalls, although the water may from time to time be nice. The staff (at the reception, not the restaurant) is helpful. When we complained about cockroaches in our room, we immediately got upgrade and apology, which was appreciated. Also, the staff (especially the experience manager) is very helpful to explain how to get to various places at the island. The pool is very nice and the garden is be
The food is average - both dinners and breakfasts: the international food (from our experience) came from freezer and did not taste good. The Thai food though was nice and seemed fresh. The hotel is not 4+ star but rather very good 3 star (3+), considering the service quality and ambience - the staff at the restaurant was inattentive during breakfast, one had to ask twice for everything, etc. However, it was lack of professionalism, the staff was otherwise very pleasant. The premises are a bit tacky for 4 star standard - there is fungus growing at the pool bathroom, the gym is almost not functional and the rooms are old, although clean. Also, the hotel would benefit from adopting simpler style when it comes to traditional decorations, as the various imitations of ancient statues and frescos at the reception and restaurant looked cheap. However, the hotel had very nice solid teak furniture and floors. Overall, I think that adopting simpler style and not pretending to be 4+ hotel, while working on details and service quality, would help. For example, the hotel should invest in rooms to prevent insect coming inside, as there are gaps under the doors and windows. Otherwise, the hotel is very pleasant and friendly, and still a good value for money.
The room was very comfortable - we had 3 adults and 2 kids in two adjoining garden villa rooms. The pool, restaurant and beach were all within a minute's walk, which was great. The pool was great for young kids and adults - three different pools from kiddies depth to 1.5m, and able to play ball sports in all of them. Swim up bar was fun - particularly the happy hour between 12 and 1. The restaurant served a good range of food and wasn't too pricey, although it would be cheaper to eat more "locally". We liked the fact that you could borrow a bike to go to the Family Mart convenience store at the end of the road for bottled water, beers and essentials like nappies etc. or take a taxi to the Big C supermarket 10ins away for a much bigger range of food, household and other things. Even though it was June, the rain only impacted us twice during the whole week, and then only for an hour or so each time.
Constructive criticism - the free shuttles are not at great times, and fill up quickly - they should run more frequently. also, the equipment in the gym could do with an update or some repairs - maybe one sit-up bike to replace one of the two lie-back bikes? And maybe a running machine or rowing machine to replace one of the two cross trainers? lastly, it would be great if the gym was open from 6am or 7am, and not 8am, so that you could got to the gym and not have to rush your breakfast afterwards. But those are really minor points. We would recommend anyone to go to the Fairhouse Villas.
The hotel is really beautiful and green. The villas are a little bit tired but still in very good shape and lovely design. The sunsets are simply incredible! The pool/beach/restaurant area is charming and just walking around the place feels energizing. The beach itself is hardly special but we were there out of season so it's kind difficult to estimate. You can also walk out to some other hotels' beaches and it's about 20-30 min walk to either Bophut beach or Mae Nam beach. If you're after a secluded place where you just want to chill and not go out and go touristing, this is definitely a recommended place.
The location is out of the way, on a small promontory between Bophut and Mae Ham. You get free rides to the main road but from there you're on the mercy of the songthaews and the taxis. Walking to Bophut is at least 30 min on either the beach or the not very pleasant road. But if you have a vehicle this is not a problem at all. Staff is polite but not very much interested. It was out of season but the place kind of felt past its heyday, it's just a little bit worn down but make no mistake - still lovely. Probably my biggest complaint is about the ridiculous laundry prices. If you're not careful to realize that ironing makes it double on what's already an exuberantly expensive service, you may end up surprised badly. Not least because none of my clothes had their stains removed at all.
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