Steps from Chaweng Beach, Anantara Lawana Koh Samui is set to open its doors on July 1 with an emphasis on family experiences, plus new drinking and dining concepts and a variety of measures in place to ensure health and wellbeing of all guests.

The resort has been awarded the “Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration” certification from the Ministry of Tourism and Sports and has been acknowledged as a “Lodging Facility with High Hygiene and Safety Standards” from the Department of Health and Ministry of Public Health. New measures include digital check-in, temperature checks, contactless greetings and luggage sanitization upon arrival; enhanced cleaning schedules throughout the resort and high sanitization levels in rooms, common areas and transport; guideline-compliant spacing in dining outlets, the gym and other areas.

With the reopening, the resort launches its brand-new Kids’ Club. As part of its commitment to the environment, Anantara Lawana will equip the club with PlanToys, a range of fun and eco-friendly playthings.

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Keeping guests with kids in mind, the resort will reopen with a new room category: The Family Pool Villa. The private pool comes complete with floating rings and a dining sala beside the sundeck. Kids get a welcome pack filled with special activities and their own poolside tent; plus, there’s a Nintendo Switch on hand. Good to know: Four hours of babysitting are included and under-12s eat free at the restaurants.

Every villa across all categories comes with a private butler who is on hand for any request from check-in to check-out.

Guests will be welcomed back to Tree Tops Sky Dining & Bar with a new menu under Michelin-trained chef de cuisine Jakov Orsulic. Meanwhile, drinks are served at Pool Bar, the newly redecorated poolside bar. In homage to Samui’s long history of sea fishing, the bar’s new look includes draped fishing nets and traditional oars adorning the walls.

Promo: Guests booking two nights or more will be upgraded to the next room category. Additional perks include late check-out until 4 p.m., 20 percent savings on food, drink and spa treatments, free accommodation and meals for kids under 12 and the freedom to change the booking date up to 24 hours prior to arrival.

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