Chiva-Som has recently unveiled luxurious new accommodation, continuing to improve upon what is already one of the top destination spas in the world.
The new Ocean Rooms were designed by American architect Ed Tuttle who has worked on many exclusive properties throughout Thailand, Indonesia, France, and the USA. His design aimed to compliment the spa’s ethos, think wooden floors and natural materials that create a sense of being at one with nature. Chiva-Som prides themselves on their holistic approach to healing, and now even guests’ accommodation will play a role in their wellbeing, creating a calming and comfortable environment to unwind in.
The rooms also incorporate subtle elements of Thai décor, so guests can feel more in touch with their destination during their stay. A light colour scheme that incorporates ivory and gold is met with rich fabrics and natural trimmings which add muted greens and wood tones into the mix. Abstract artwork adorns the walls and features gold colours which throw a warm glow over the room; the overall effect is one of elegance and simplicity that is sure to please everyone.
In terms of facilities and amenities, the new Ocean Rooms have been kitted out with all that is needed to ensure the most comfortable of stays. A spacious dressing room and bathroom have been included, featuring two washbasins, a bathtub, wet-room style shower and separate toilet to offer guests privacy and seclusion. Floor to ceiling windows flood the rooms with natural light, that is if the guests haven’t chosen to play with the room’s advanced lighting system that features 5 different settings to suit any mood. Beyond these windows, guests can step out onto their own private balcony or terrace and relax as they take in the views of the stunning Gulf of Thailand – sheer bliss.
Combining this new luxurious accommodation with Chiva-Som’s impressive spa offering, the resort certainly continues to hold its position as one of the world’s leading wellness destinations.
Staff are petulant even childish when mistakes are made
no one is accountable esp. in the wellness centtre were bookings can get complicated
the dining room staff were not charming at all
the pool was beautiful and the rooms needed an upgrade of paint and deep cleaning"