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At a glance

  • You'll love

    Beach lazing

    Succulent seafood

    That infinity pool

  • Kids will love

    Tennis courts

    The games room

    Fun kids club

  • Don’t expect

    Pool lifeguards

    Free WiFi

    Booster seats


For a Thai beach holiday for the entire family, set course for Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa hotel. Adults can escape with an opulent spa experience or cocktail by the infinity pool while the kids are entertained by the comprehensive kids club or looked after by qualified babysitters. The whole family can enjoy Thai delicacies or Western favourites at the range of restaurants onsite.

Smith Extra

Here's what you get for booking Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa with us:

Welcome drink; fruit basket; 15-minute head and shoulder massage (half-hour foot massage for kids); 10% off at the spa, restaurants and bars. Guests in an Anantara Suite/Royal Anantara Suite/Royal Anantara Garden Suite with Plunge Pool also get free WiFi

Special offers

Exclusive rates, packages and special offers at Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa

Advance Purchase 14 Days Stay six nights and save Stay nine nights and save Advance purchase offer: 45 days


‘A stone’s throw from the beach, Anantara Bophut is the perfect base for a family escape. The little monkeys will be kept occupied in the free Children’s Club, while Mr and Mrs Smith can relax with a cocktail in the pool.’

Smith & Family


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Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa – Koh Samui – Thailand

Need To Know


106, including eight two-bedroom suites.


Midday; check-in, 2pm. Both are flexible, subject to availability.


Double rooms from $210.85 (THB7,160), including tax at 18.7 per cent.

More details

Rates usually include breakfast. Children Under-2s stay for free. One extra bed (from THB1,550 per person a night) can be added to all rooms except the Premier Garden View room.


The hotel is a haven for water sports, catering to divers, snorkellers, kayakers, anglers, sailors and windsurfers (there’s even an ex-Olympian on hand to coach the latter). If you're staying over New Year's Eve, a compulsory charge applies for the hotel's gala dinner: THB7,800 per adult; THB3,900 a child under 12 (excluding a 10 per cent service charge and seven per cent government tax).

At the hotel

Beach, water sports, tennis courts, swimming pool, spa, fitness centre, kids club, playground, library with DVDs and CDs, concierge, WiFi throughout (an extra cost), free valet parking.

In your room

TV with DVD player, minibar, own-label toiletries, bathrobes, slippers, ironing board/iron, desk.

Our favourite rooms

Any of the Garden View suites will definitely do the job. All of them open on to luscious gardens, giving the kids an opportunity to run around while you laze back on the king-size bed. They also all include bath tubs, perfect for little (and less little) guests.


Quirky monkey statuettes spit arcs of water into the free-form infinity pool on the beach. Swim up to the semi-submerged pool bar for refreshments any time of day. Of course, there's also the beach. Waters are usually calm and placid, but keep an eye out for the red flags that indicate stormy waters.


You don't have to book babysitters if you want some pampering  – children are welcome in the spa, which is open from 10am to 10pm. While mum or dad indulge in something spoiling (the 200-minute Journey of Siam or 165-minute Dawn Renewal ritual, perhaps?), little Smiths can be cosseted with a chocolate body scrub, a tropical body cocoon treatment or a relaxing massage (among other treats). The spa boasts more than 3,000 square metres of quiet, natural surroundings and private pools for outdoor soaking and luxuriant relaxation. 


Arrive early or have a late flight? Take advantage of the hotel's changing facilities and showers.

Book ahead

The hotel reckons it's sensible to book spa treatments, Dining by Design and special excursions before arrival; spaces at the kids club and restaurant reservations can be sorted when you're there.

Food and drink

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Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa – Koh Samui – Thailand


Head to High Tide for spicy Thai dinners in a laidback modern setting. There's also Full Moon restaurant, for succulent chargrilled meat and fish.

Family fare

The kids will be spoiled for choice, with both restaurants catering for their younger guests at any time of the day. Menu highlights include mini hot dogs with chips, jasmine rice with mixed vegetables and sliced chicken breast, boneless fish fingers with tartare sauce and pasta with a range of sauces. Crayons and paper are provided, to keep little fingers busy. Highchairs are available, but there are no booster seats. Both restaurants are more than happy to heat up baby food or milk.

Hotel Bar

Hanging lamps and ochre walls lend Eclipse Bar an air of Moroccan-inspired mystery; the tall rattan stools and soothing soundtrack provide a tropical-style chill-out vibe. Take a night off and sip a signature Samui Sling on the garden verandah while the sun sets. Little Smiths are more than welcome in the bar, and can choose from a menu of zingy mocktails and fresh juices.

Last orders

Both restaurants stop serving at 11pm, but drinks are available until 12.30am.

Smith Insider

  • Top table

    High Tide for a casual dinner with the kids, followed by mocktails for the little ones and cocktails for Mr and Mrs Smith at Eclipse.

  • Room service

    Each restaurant’s most popular dishes are available from room service 24 hours a day. Top picks for kids include mini hot dogs with chips, and spaghetti with your choice of fresh home-made tomato sauce, Bolognese sauce or cream sauce with ham.


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Parent approved

‘A stone’s throw from the beach, Anantara Bophut is the perfect base for a family escape. The little monkeys will be kept occupied in the free Children’s Club, while Mr and Mrs Smith can relax with a cocktail in the pool.’

Smith & Family

Kids Club

The Baan Ling Noi (Little Monkey) Children’s Club is open daily from 9am to 6pm, offering a number of fun activities designed to entertain younger hotel guests. These include building sandcastles, playing mini soccer, hunting for treasure or coconut painting.


Babysitters are available from $10 an hour, for a minimum of two hours; book 24 hours in advance.

What's there already?

For babies

• Highchairs • Cot beds • Cot bed linen • Black-out blinds • Pushchair • Playground • Soft Toys • Baby gym • Sandpit • Crayons • Board books

For toddlers

• Highchairs • Cot beds • Cot bedlinen • Buggy • Playpen • Crayons/pens • Craft materials • Picture books • U-rated DVDs

For older children

• DVD library • Board games • Puzzles • Craft materials • Ping-pong table • Computers/Laptops to borrow


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Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa – Koh Samui – Thailand

Things to do

Anantara Bophut caters for children of all ages. The Garden Suites are surely designed for reading the paper or your holiday mags while the little ones romp in the grass, and watersports and fitness classes – including yoga, pilates and Thai boxing – are on offer to get them moving. The pool will keep them occupied for hours while you sip on a cocktail from the pool bar; then again, how can you resist the beach?

Hotel activities

Make the most of your beachside location. Go on a jetski ride (THB 2,300 for 30 minutes) or splash out on the Jetski Safari, which will whoosh you around seven small islands (THB 9,000 for three hours). Children can join in, as long as they're accompanied by an adult on a jetski; life jackets are provided. Over-12s can also try their hand at parasailing, windsurfing and other water sports; smaller ones will enjoy going snorkelling or sightseeing. If you'd rather stay on dry land, the hotel offers tennis, pilates, yoga, Thai boxing classes and Thai cooking classes. The kids can get their hands dirty at fruit-carving classes while parents polish their barmen skills with a cocktail-mixing class. The 30m infinity pool will also keep the whole family occupied for hours (the pool bar will ensure everyone stays hydrated). For something a little special, Anantura Bophet offers a two-hour sunset cruise around the glistening waters of Koh Samui. The 35-ft sailing vessel accommodates eight guests, meaning the whole family can enjoy one of the best sunsets in the world (for an extra cost).

Local Guide

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Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa – Koh Samui – Thailand
Smith tip

If the Thai culture piques your interest, Anantara Bophut’s experts can lead you on an intimate exploration of Wat Plai Laem (‘Big Buddha Temple), Koh Samui’s most famous cultural treasure.

Don't miss…

The Friday Night Walking Markets in Fisherman’s village.

Anatara Bophut sits on the white sands of Bophut Beach, making it a great place to keep the whole family entertained. Visit the Friday night markets in nearby Fisherman’s Village, or frolic in the calm waters of the bay, lined with coconut fronds. Challenge the little ones with a race around a go-kart track, within walking distance of Anatara, or relax with a massage for all ages at one of the village’s mini-spas. Venture a little further out for football golf, an activity that originated on the island.

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Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa
99/9 Moo 1, Samui Island, Surat Thani, Koh Samui, Thailand 84320
Hotel setting

Sleepy Bophut Beach

Getting There

This sublime beachside retreat is nestled among palm trees and infinity pools on the north shore of stunning Koh Samui.


Bangkok Airways ( sets down flights from Bangkok, Phuket, Singapore and Hong Kong, among others, at Koh Samui Airport (, and Thai Airways flies from Bangkok (


If trains are more your thing, there’s a comfortable sleeper service, with two-person first-class cabins, from Bangkok to Suratthani, where you’re met by a bus and boat connection to take you to Samui ( From here, hail a cab to take you to Anantara on the north side of the island.


A vehicle is essential to explore Koh Samui, so go ahead and hire a car, jeep or motorbike, but if you’re braving it on the latter, do take care. Otherwise, opt for the ease of cabs, which can be found around the more populous areas of the island.


You can travel from the mainland to any one of three ports on Koh Samui aboard a Seatran Ferry ( – strangely, the trip can range from one to three hours. Once you've settled in to Samui, pay a visit neighbouring islands aboard ferries or longtail boats.


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Smith & Family  Parent Panel reviews

Every property featured in the Smith & Family collection – including Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa – has been selected and approved by parents.

A stone’s throw from the beach, Anantara Bophut is the perfect base for a family escape. The little monkeys will be kept occupied in the free kids club, while Mr and Mrs Smith can relax with a cocktail in the pool. The diverse kids’ menu caters for even the fussiest of eaters and younger guests can even cook their own creations at a pizza-making class. The resort’s proximity to local activities such as go-karting and football golf means the whole family will be entertained.

Smith & Family

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