The first Luxury Collection resort opened on Koh Samui

The Luxury Collection brand’s third hotel in Thailand

The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts expands its portfolio in Thailand with the debut of Vana Belle, a Luxury Collection Resort, Koh Samui. The newly built resort t joins Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit in Bangkok and The Naka Island Resort & Spa in Phuket as The Luxury Collection brand’s third hotel in Thailand.

“With the region’s unmatched natural surroundings, intimate atmosphere and welcoming Thai hospitality, Koh Samui is certainly one of the world’s most coveted destinations, and Vana Belle is poised to become Thailand’s most idyllic address,” said Paul James, Global Brand Leader, The Luxury Collection, St. Regis and W Hotels Worldwide.

The first Luxury Collection property on Koh Samui, Vana Belle offers accommodations, ranging from 86 square meters to 211 square meters. The architecture and design of the 80 guest suites and villas reflect the indigenous local culture and feature views of the tropical gardens or the cerulean waters. Additionally, each appointed suite and villa offers a private plush pool and balcony along with luxury amenities, including the option for guests to be welcomed with personalized in-room check in.

Vana Spa is designed to rejuvenate and restore and features relaxation areas, steam facilities, a fully equipped state-of-the-art fitness center and four treatment rooms. Vana Spa also offers a comprehensive menu of locally-inspired experiences and signature “discreet luxury” treatments.

The resort offers Thai cooking classes, poolside Yoga classes, and guided explorations of natural treasures such as Big Buddha, the Hin Ta – Hin Yai rock formations and elephant trekking through the jungle.

The Luxury Collection announced plans to debut in exotic destinations around the world, including The Castle Hotel in Dalian, China; Palacio del Inka in Cusco, Peru; and the Ajman Palace in the United Arab Emirates.