Beach: Direct access to a white sandy beach with crystal clear waters.
Gastronomy: Choose from authentic Thai and Italian food, paired with fine wines from the large wine cellar.
Diving: The nearby Similan and Surin islands are known as one of the top ten dive sites in the world.
Accommodation: Spacious villas with tasteful Asian-contemporary décor, many with private pools and gardens.
Peace: The resort only allows children over 10 years of age to stay, making the resort a tranquil hideaway.
The Sarojin is located in perfect proximity to the white sandy beaches that Khao Lak Thailand is famous for. The boutique property has 56 residences housed in seven individual two story buildings. Many of the suites have private plunge pools and gardens. The rooms feature contemporary Asian architecture which effortlessly blends in with the exotic rainforest and tropical beach surroundings. The resort has two restaurants serving delicious Thai and Italian food and an award winning wine cellar. Guests may choose to spend their days relaxing by the pool, being pampered in the spa or exploring the local marine life and islands. The Sarojin is just 30 minutes drive from Phuket International Airport (HKT).
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
The Sarojin is a boutique property with 59 select residences situated in seven individual two story buildings. The architecture has a distinctly contemporary Asian flavor and artfully blends in with the beautiful natural surroundings on the tropical Thai island Khao Lak. Each residence has a private terrace with comfortable furniture and many of the properties have private pools.
Garden Residences measure 1022-square feet and are situated on the ground floor close to the resort gardens. The rooms provide a romantic intimate setting with mood lighting, warm hues, comfortable furniture and added extras. Garden Residences have sizeable bedrooms, sitting rooms and generous en-suite bathrooms. The rooms have either king-size or twin beds, TVs and DVS players, and Wi-Fi and luxury bathroom amenities, while the bathrooms have a freestanding deep bath and adjustable rain shower.
Pool Residences offer guests private and peaceful accommodation in a verdant garden setting. The properties measure 1291-square feet and feature blue tiled 18-foot plunge pools. The expansive lodgings have large bedrooms, detached lounge areas and outdoor space. The rooms have either king-size or twin beds, TVs and DVS players, and gratis Wi-Fi and luxury toiletries, while the bathrooms have a romantic couples bath and a rain shower.
There are fourteen one-bedroom Sarojin Suites that comprise 1614-sqaure feet of luxury. The spacious abodes have large bedrooms, separate lounge areas and each suite boasts a plunge pool with garden views. The rooms have either king-size or twin beds, TVs and DVS players, and complimentary Wi-Fi and fruit baskets, while the bathrooms have an intimate couples bath and a rain shower.
The Two-bedroom Pool Residence stretches over 2300-square feet and features a stunning 18-foot swimming pool. The residence is ideal for families, groups or couples travelling together. The property has been described as a miniature resort with reference to the ultimate luxury and space provided including the garden, decked terrace and Thai style lounge sala in both rooms. The Two-bedroom Pool Residence has two good-sized bedrooms, shared living space and generous en-suite bathrooms. The rooms have either king-size or twin beds, TVs and DVS players, and Wi-Fi and lavish bathroom amenities, while the bathrooms have a free-standing bathtubs and a rain shower.
There are plenty of sports and activities to keep guests busy at Sarojin. Why not try a game of croquet or petanque? Or a spot of tennis on the hard floodlit courts just 10 minutes away from the resort. Those who like watersports may want to go out and explore the beautiful turquoise waters on a catamaran, topper sailboat, sea kayak or a windsurf board. The resort also has mountain bikes for guests to peddle around the local area. Those into golf may wish to play at one of the three nearby 18-hole golf courses.
The resort's fitness center boasts modern equipment and complimentary towels and drinks. Choose from treadmills, lifecycles, a multi-gym and free weights.
The resort's signature Pathways spa is tucked away down a path in palms and mangroves providing a blissful hideaway for pampering treatments. The spa menu offers body massages and treatments, spa-healing packages, Elemis facials and even massage classes.
Water babies will rejoice at the amount of pools at Sarojin. To begin with there's the 269-square foot swimming pool, complete with infinity edge and plenty of sun loungers and shades. Then there is the Jacuzzi and deck surrounded by rainforest perfect for a late night dip. The resort also has a three drape-shaded pool island pavilion ideal for lounging the day away.
Ficus restaurant sits adjacent the resort lobby surrounded by trees overlooking the nearby lily pond. The open-sided room has tall sliding glass doors, soft lighting and simple clean line furniture. On the menu expect to find Thai and Italian food, anything from fresh spring rolls to a rocket and parmesan salad. The wine cellar houses over 450 labels to choose to accompany your meal, guests may also order classic cocktails and mocktails.
The celebrated Cellar has previously won Best Wine List in Thailand, Best Regional Wine List, Best Resort Wine List and an 'Award of Excellence' from Wine Spectator. The open air bar and cooled wine cellar hidden away under the ancient Ficus Tree, provide a welcoming space to enjoy fine imported and local wines, beers, cocktails and inventive bar snacks.
The Edge offers alfresco dining in a casual rustic atmosphere. The food is definitely not compromised by the laid back mood. The Edges menu features delicious Thai dishes and seafood straight from the Andaman Sea, local markets and the resort's own garden. Guests may savor the exotic flavors overlooking the beach.
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