This stunning 5 bedroom hilltop villa has an 180 degree panorama vistas of both sunrise and sunset; you can take in the first light of dawn as the sun rises over Choeng Mon Bay, and then relax with a drink on the spacious terrace at sunset.
Conveniently situated on the private Samui Summit Estate in the much sought after North East of Koh Samui between Choeng Mon and Big Buddha, this expansive property is an excellent example of modern tropical architecture blended with South East Asian art spread over two floors. Panorama Summit is perfect for groups looking for the holiday of a lifetime in a tropical paradise.
The outdoor spaces provide perfect opportunities to relax; the upper floor has an 107sqm terrace that wraps around the front of the villa. There is a discreet guest bathroom, with shower, just off the terrace, and all terraces are edged with white bougainvillea. There are also plenty of sun loungers beside the pool, and if it gets a bit hot, there is an undercover relaxation area with comfortable seating, overhead fans, a coffee table and a ping pong table.
Panorama Summit has five spacious bedrooms, each with floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, plenty of storage space, ceiling fans and air-conditioning; plus all have areas to sit and read, for some individual downtime. The two master bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, tropical wooden floors, and private terraces with table and chairs; both have a south-facing terrace, whilst the first master bedroom also has a second north-facing terrace. There are two twin en-suite Guest Rooms, and a spacious fifth bedroom tucked into the far western section, leading straight out on to the pool.
A haven of hilltop peace with truly remarkable 180 degree east to west panoramic views, the villa boasts among the finest sunrise and sunset panoramas in Koh Samui and yet is just a few minutes’ drive from the surrounding beaches with a wide selection of restaurants, bars, spas and five star hotels. It is just 10 minutes from the airport, but not on its flight path, and 10 minutes from Chaweng and Fisherman’s Village.