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Bhumlapa Garden Resort

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When you stay at Bhumlapa Garden Resort in Koh Samui, you'll be near the airport, a 1-minute drive from Bo Phut Beach and 9 minutes from Chaweng Beach. This resort is 8.3 mi (13.4 km) from Lamai Beach and 1.2 mi (2 km) from Fisherman's Village Plaza.Make yourself at home in one of the 18 air-condit...

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Vila luxo, 1 quarto, Jardim

1 Queen Bed

624-sq-foot room, balcony with garden views

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Vila luxo, 1 quarto, VIsta para a piscina

1 Queen Bed

624-sq-foot room, balcony with pool views

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When you stay at Bhumlapa Garden Resort in Koh Samui, you'll be near the airport, a 1-minute drive from Bo Phut Beach and 9 minutes from Chaweng Beach. This resort is 8.3 mi (13.4 km) from Lamai Beach and 1.2 mi (2 km) from Fisherman's Village Plaza.Make yourself at home in one of the 18 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Your Select Comfort bed comes with premium bedding. Rooms have private balconies. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature hai...

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Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

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Wheelchair accessible (limitations may apply)Business centerEquipe multilíngueCofre na recepçãoServiços de lavagem a seco/lavanderiaWheelchair accessible parkingAssistência para passeios/bilhetesBreakfast available (surcharge)Serviços de conciergeNúmero de bares/lounges: 1Depósito de bagagensFront desk (limited hours)Número de restaurantes: 1Designated smoking areasLavanderiaEstacionamento grátis sem manobristaTerraçoWi-Fi grátisToboáguaTraslado de/para o shopping center (sobretaxa)JardimPicnic areaBarbecue grill(s)Chuveiro com barras de apoioServiço de limusine ou carro disponívelCentro de bem-estarBares à beira da piscina - 1Traslado de/para o aeroporto (sobretaxa)Number of outdoor pools - 2

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Relaxing time, great place to unwind, away from the hustle & bustle.

Reviewed 25 march, 2018

I wasn’t too sure I’d made the correct decision in choosing the Bhumlapa Resort (pronounced Boom-La-PA) as on the journey from airport we passed one of my other potential choices,the Eden Bungalows,which are very central in Fisherman’s Village on the “Walking Street”, however despite Bhumlapa being a good 15 mins walk away (towards Mae Nam) from Fisherman’s Village it proved the right choice as the Villas are a good size with a Lounge area, Kitchenette, Bathroom with Walk-in Shower and a Large bedroom with lots of storage space and really comfortable large bed with 'free' separate air con in both the Lounge & Bedroom . As the accommodation was a little way out, it had the benefit of being quiet and some days I never saw another person and use of the pool to myself. I did the 15 minute walk into Bophut centre at least once a day and I saw this as contributing to my exercise regime, plus regular daily swimming kept me active. Both Chalee ("the boss") & Home were both helpful, with Chalee organising a round the island boat trip and even offering me an unasked for discount as I was their guest. I think they could improve their advertising in terms of what & when food is available, I had an "American" Breakfast twice and it was a good combination of local fruit and a traditional western style breakfast. Overall, a very enjoyable stay close enough to Fisherman's Village to be able to dip in and out of it.


This is where young people go to die and old folks go to chill

Reviewed 22 july, 2014

The rooms was fine we went there as part of our honeymoon and we weren't impressed by the scene the owner who is a very nice guy kindly suggested to book us a room somewhere else and we took his offer cause it was very quiet for us. The hotel is located in the middle of nowhere and if you are looking to enjoiy koh samui definitely don't stay there. If you would like a quiet calm place this is the place to go ahh one more thing the hotel is not even on the beach and it has a very tiny pool.


Family oriented resort

Reviewed 12 march, 2014

Everyone has kids here so it's great and safe for family's Pool is nice as are the rooms. Luxury bungalows with TV and nice bed and bathroom The owner was nice and friendly but not overly chatty As others said there is a lot of insect noises at night I found it soothing like white noise but for some it can be loud. The only two downsides: 1- lots of Russians men always on their phone or watching Russian bt and smoking 2- staff doesn't even speak Thai. All from Myanmar so you have to grab the owner if you want good or anything And restaurant needs day advance notice for seafood so we are outside


Excellent resort

Reviewed 20 january, 2013

We stayed in the Bhumlapa around newyear for three nights. With five friends we slept in a pool view bungalow. The bungalows are really beautifull and are decorated with a lot of nice details. The bedrooms were excellent and the beds are nice and soft, a real pleasant change compared to a lot of the hostel we slept in. The staff is really friendly and helpfull. We planned to go to koh pang nang to celibrate newsyeareve there. Unfortunately the company where we booked our ticket to the koh pang nang overbooked us. Thanks to the owner of the resort we were still able to go to the full moon party, he booked us a seat on a different boat company for us. The breakfast in the resort is good, it´s not a very big resort so dont´t expect a breakfast buffet but still you have a choice i how you want your breakfast. The fact that the resort is quite small is definitely not a bad thing, because it makes the atmosphere quitet and relaxing. The beach is 5 minutes walking from the resort and fisherman village is also quite close. Best to rent a scooter to get there and enjoy the rest of the eiland. So we really loved our stay there and I would recommend it for everyone!

Laurens P

Relaxing accommodation

Reviewed 21 april, 2012

Upon arrival at the Bhumlapa Garden resort we didn't know if we'd made the right choice. The first reason was the location. Where the majority of accommodation in Bo Phut is on the seafront side of the ring road, Bhumlapa is accessed up a 250m or so dark side street on the inland side of the road. Fine during the day but at night it can be a bit creepy. Second was the villa itself which had a half inch gap under the front door which made you feel like all sorts of animal life would be joining you for your stay. As it happened, neither of these things were actually a problem. Although I was always on guard when walking up the dark street, after a few days in Bo Phut you start to feel quite comfortable and safe. Also, we never did have any insect intrusions so they must spray repellent pretty well. The apartment itself was well appointed enough, with an a/c unit in both the bedroom and main living room. I would advise you take some of your own coat hangers as although the wardrobe was of a reasonable size, me and my wife had to share just 6 coat hangers for our clothes for the week. Wifi comes in the form of an access point which they install in your room on arrival, but the actual Internet connection ranged between patchy and useless most of the time. The gardens, as previous reviewers have commented, are prominent. As a result the noise of all the insect life/frogs/birds etc is always present and loud, particularly at night. I suffer pretty badly from hay fever in the uk, but I didn't have any problems there so I guess it depends on what sort of pollen affects you. We stayed here for 7 days and during that time we only saw two other couples in the resort. It was therefore very relaxing around the pool which we mostly had to ourselves. Unlike staying at a Hotel, there really isn't any sort of restaurant onsite (or at least, whenever we asked whether food was available we were told no). This wasn't much of a problem though as there is a family mart down the street you could grab a sack from, and the local fishermans village is an absolutely great place for quiet restaurants and bars. Breakfast was served between 8 and 10 and was nice enough but lacked some variety. Location wise, the best way to get to the beach was via the Ibis hotel across the road. We're not big beach goers so we weren't too bothered, and the sand there seemed a bit gravelly anyway. We walked to the fishermans village every night which took about 10 minutes. It's not the nicest walk as you're treated to some of the more unpleasant views and smells of Koh Samui as you walk past the rubbish/disused buildings which are present all over Samui. You also have to walk down another dark street next tote Hansar Samui hotel to access the fishermans village. Once there though, the fishermans village (which was the reason we chose to stay in Bo Phut) was well worth the walk. Overall, we were both happy with the quiet relaxed atmosphere at Bhumlapa gardens despite our poor initial impression. Location was ok for us but those who don't like walking too far, are uncomfortable with walks down quiet dark streets or like to be near the beach would be better of at Hansar Samui I think. Only let downs for me was the lack of food availability during the day, and poor Internet connection. Other than that, it's a perfectly nice place to stay.