As we are in a very sunny climate, this is a quite smart design element. Secondly, you begin to realize that the resort is designed on straight lines, so the paths are all heading to the beach and you are provided with copious amounts of shade with beautifully mature trees and shrubs to soften the stone wall elements.
We were taken to the beachfront villa and introduced to our home for the next three nights, a two bedroom Pool Villa with two separate pavilions, one of the main bedroom comes with an ensuite bathroom, while the other houses the large living and dining area, plus a second bedroom and bathroom/guest toilet.
All accommodation in the resort has polished concrete floors and walls with high ceilings and softened with the addition of carpets, bold and vibrant fabrics for furniture and then stenciled artwork to reference art.
The bedrooms were recently revamped by local creative signature of fashion designer, Polpat Asavaprapha and finished with an aesthetically pleasing touch by the infamous fashion designer Monsieur Christian Lacroix after the recent success and exposure from the existing SO Sofitel Bangkok.
A Mediterranean delight is another alternative option in Beach Society and also reknown for its monthly beach party.
SoSPA is worth visiting for a spa indulgence in a secluded cocoon of wellness.