Designed in a contemporary Asian style, lines blur and merge simultaneously with the natural local elements and landscape. The spiritual heart of the resort is an age old giant Ficus tree. A mganificent soul-soothing reflective lotus pond brings a sense of grandeur and peace to your environment. Private access leads directly to an expansive white beach and crystalline waters of the Andaman Sea that provide year-round swimming and water sports. Abundant space and privacy blend harmoniously with nature, offering a rare oasis for relaxation.
56 Guest Residences are situated in 7 separate two-storey buildings. Careful design allows abundant space and privacy to blend harmoniously with nature. Sublime, serene, peaceful. Residences with private gardens and "sala" sundecks, with intimate couples' baths, with rainfall showers, with plunge pools and relaxation pools that blend into the natural habitat- this is the kind of pampered, thoughtful experience The Sarojin provides.
Each Guest Residence is privately entered by crossing a stream via the grounds and through a private garden terrace- all around nature abounds in a botanical haven filled with wild fruit, herb gardens and local species of trees. Accommodations at The Sarojin are neither frivolous nor spartan. They are designed to relax and refresh your senses both visually and physically. The color palate is soft and modern. The amenities are complete.
Dine under the age-old Ficus Tree or beside the shimmering Andaman Sea. Or you could be more intimate, in your private dining sala or venture out with a sumptuous gourmet picnic basket. Enjoy local tropical fruits bursting with flavor, seafood from the Andaman, herbs from our own extensive herb garden or select and decant a range of fine wines.
The Sarojin's own team of personal guides and the elegant and inspired "imagineer"- the ultimate personal concierge, delight in creating personalized tailor-made adventures 'just for 2'. Perhaps a private charter on the luxury boat Lady Sarojin? A personal jungle adventure 'just for 2' complete with champagne? A Thai cooking class and lunch by the waterfall? The limits are only your imagination...
The Sarojin is surrounded inland by five spectacular and adventurous national parks including the magnificent proimary rainforests of hao Lak and Khao Sok as well as one of Thailand's largest natural mangrove ecosystems. The Similan and Surin Islands Marine National Parks, one of the world's top ten dive sites, is less than an hour away by boat. Phang Nga Bay, renowned for it's sheer limestone formations and hidden caves and lagoons is 40 minutes away.