The Sarojin | Thailand | If Only

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Open Today: 09:00 - 17:30



Imagine a boutique resort set by 11km of white, sandy beach on the Andaman Sea and surrounded by no less than 5 spectacular national parks. Dream of a luxurious hideaway where attention to detail and lavish personal service is the norm. The Sarojin promises all this, and more.

Named after the daughter of nobleman who created a residence renowned throughout Thailand for its hospitality, comfort and appeal, to this day the resort follows Lady Sarojin's guiding principles in ensuring that guests are enriched by their sojourn at The Sarojin.


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0141 955 4000

At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 56 rooms



Designed in a classical Thai style with dark wood fittings and colourful splashes of rich silk fabrics, the residences are spacious, cool and contemporary.

Set in low rise buildings with terraces opening onto tropical gardens, guest rooms have all the modern facilities desired, as well as couple’s bathtubs and rain showers.

Each Jacuzzi Pool Suite boasts stunning views, an outdoor sun terrace with Jacuzzi pool pavilion, bedroom with four poster bed and separate living area with second outdoor bathroom.



Enjoy delicious Thai and seafood delicacies on the beachfront at Edge Restaurant or indulge in Mediterranean cuisine at Ficus Restaurant. For a wine tasting with difference, The Cellar is a 'must do' - a cooled wine bar under an ancient Ficus tree.

Alternatively, indulge in an extraordinary private dining experience, including a candlelit dinner where a trail of candles lead to a forest glade by a jungle waterfall that is lit by lanterns and candles. Here a chef waits to produce a stunning dinner in this most romantic of locations. The Sarojin has been listed in the Michelin guide for Thailand 2019, so get ready to tantalise your taste buds.



Cruise on a luxury boat, canoe through sea caves, swim with elephants, try a mountain bike excursion, explore temples at sunrise, take a Thai cooking class - anything is possible.

In resort, there's a fitness centre, croquet lawn and petanque area as well as the infinity swimming pool, the Jacuzzi and the library for more laid back pursuits.



A meandering boardwalk leads to a luxurious spa haven that is integrated with the natural surroundings. Pathways Spa floats over the main estuary and is surrounded by the sounds of the Andaman Sea and the breezes caressing the coconut palms.

Rustic yet comfortable, Pathways Spa is part of The Sarojin's wellness experience and features four open air treatment pavilions with rain showers and couples' baths, an air conditioned facial treatment room and an open air post-spa relaxation lounge area.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Phuket International Airport


Approximately 1 hour from Phuket International Airport


Generally, November to March/April sees the best weather, when the dry season brings little rainfall, calm seas and less humidity - it's also the busiest time to visit. Between April and August it's wetter but with a good chance of sunshine between showers. Rainfall is highest in September and the beginning of October before the high season commences at the end of month.



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