Replanting the seeds of romance

sleep August 23, 2018 12:15

By The Nation

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Families travelling with children and staying at the luxury Santiburi Koh Samui resort can take a break in complete security every Thursday night thanks to a new Parents’ Night Off programme.



Designed to allow couples to indulge in a rare romantic evening, the Kid’s Activity Centre provides trained and experienced “fun-buddies” to look after groups of little ones from 6 to 10pm.

“Our Parents’ Night Off gives adults with kids four hours of complete freedom that’s perfect for unwinding with a spa treat, enjoying a romantic dinner for two, or simply sipping a signature cocktail together at sunset before heading back to the room to watch a movie. We understand that parents need some alone-time together, but we want to make Parents’ Night Off great fun for kids too,” says Sabine G. Lamberts, general manager. 

Youngsters aged four and upwards are checked into the Kids’ Activity Centre for fun games with their playmates, before ordering some appetising dishes from the kids’ menu and eating together. After dinner, movie night starts at 8pm, with a choice of family-friendly films to enjoy before the sleepy kids are picked up by their relaxed parents.

Meanwhile, parents can choose to relax with a luxury spa session at Santiburi Spa that offers a choice of contemporary treatments and ancient therapies as well as indoor baths, outdoor soaking tubs, Turkish massage table and invigorating Vichy shower.

Health-conscious lovers can enjoy the romantic serenity of oceanfront dining at The Beach House, indulging in surf-and-turf culinary delights served right by the champagne sands. The Sala Thai restaurant also serves exquisite Thai cuisine in a relaxed heritage-inspired setting with delectable flavours delivered through the classic sharing menu.

Find out more at www.SantiburiSamui.com.