Located along Khuk Khak Beach, tropical enchantment awaits at The Sarojin Khao Lak. One of our top picks for lovers of romance this luxury boutique resort offers unforgettable honeymoon escapes. In a surreal forest garden wooden walk ways pass by Lotus ponds and on the beach high tide leaves natural pools hidden among smooth rock boulders.
If you can imagine you and your significant other privately cooling off under a waterfall, dining between the rocks surrounded by 100 candles, renewing your vows on the beach at sunset, chartering the Lady Sarojin Yacht for a sunset cruise, or for a scuba trip exploring the aquatic secrets of the Andaman Ocean, a picture of what awaits start to emerge.
The resort extends its romantic experiences with a glass encased restaurant and outdoor wooden deck on the edge of a pond, an al fresco beachfront restaurant, or a table set for two on a sand bank flanked by a placid ocean and torches raining soft light on the ambient setting. Discreetly hidden among fosforescent green plants and trees is a heavenly spa with couples treatment rooms and couples baths.
Centered in the tropical garden is a 630 sq.m infinity edge swimming pool with a Jacuzzi and water lounge area. In the shallows stands draped four poster pavilions for guests to laze by the pool in privacy. For active indulgences Khao Lak's placid waters offers the ideal opportunity to safely use the resort's kayaks, hobie cats, paddle boards and wind surfers.
The luxurious accommodation set amid a botanical haven feature zen-like Oriental interiors, and bathrooms with oval couples baths and rain showers. With a king size bed and and outdoor relaxation sala on the terrace shaded by leafy trees the garden residence is 95 sq.m.
To swim under the stars in your own private pool the 120 sq.m pool residence with a 20 sq.m pool in a walled garden will be right as rain. The Sarojin Spa Suite suite is utterly romantic. They are 150 sq.m and features a living area with glass sliding doors opening to an expansive terrace where a spa bath large enough for two is tucked away.