The Sarojin5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The staff could not be better, nothing was too much trouble, and they smiled all day long. I could not recommend this hotel higher especially if you are looking for a quiet relaxing break. My husband even had a glass of sparkling wine for breakfast along with the usually top quality orange juice, bit too early for me. Do give this hotel a try you won't be disappointed.
My family stayed in The Sarojin for 9 nights as they visited me in Khao Lak in July 2017. I spent my evenings and four days of holiday with them there and have to say that all of us fell in love with this resort. As I work in hotel industry and already lived in Khao Lak for five months, I tried hard to think of something to improve in this resort. Besides the little thinks you find in almost all hotels in Thailand, like softer mattresses, I honestly wouldn't know what. It's really close to perfect and literally lets you forget the time. There is no way you could relax more than we did here. My parents and their daughter stayed in one of the Pool Residences. Those are perfect when you like luxurious privacy. The bathroom is just awesome, the room amenities impressing and the private pool perfect for some midnight swims. We loved the fresh fruits and cute leafe art you get every day. The breakfast at this place is definitely worth to try. They offer a fancy a la carte breakfast where you can order everything starting from a perfect cappuccino and sparkling wine, rambutan pastries and French toast and of course the classics like Eggs Benedict or some traditional thai breakfast. The best thing about it is that you can go to breakfast starting 6:30 am until 5:00 pm (!!!). Off course all the facilities in The Sarojin perfectly fit your needs and contribute to the whole picture of the paradise hotel. The restaurants as well make you even more comfortable in the hotel, so it was hard to leave in the evenings and go explore Thailand. The best point about this hotel still definitely is its staff. Always smiling and working on a really high service level, they are all creating an incredible costumer experience. Special thanks to Khun Jib and Khun Sak working at The Edge Restaurant (really nice thai food). They loved my younger sister and made her feel like a princes. There was nothing they couldn't do to make her, and also us, happy. In the end I just have to say that my family and Me really loved it and all of us can't wait to come back to this magical place. Thank you again, hope to see you soon!
Mrs G and I stayed at The Sarojin Hotel after travelling up from Krabi, an easy journey by road of about 2 hours, after spending a week there in February/March earlier this year but it's taken me a while to get around to writing this review, mainly, and like the hotel we stayed at in Krabi, so many great things have already been written in previous reviews on this hotel that there's very little to add, it's simply superb. It's a beautiful resort with lush gardens, stunning rooms, superb restaurants and dining and of course wonderful staff. Nothing is too much trouble, they are there to make your stay as enjoyable as possible, and indeed they do. We were fortunate to be upgraded to a suite, simply because we had a problem with the TV in our room! Alex, the manager, felt they had taken too long to resolve the matter for us so he simply upgraded us by way of an apology. Turned out the suite had not one but two TVs, both of which worked perfectly! Like many top notch hotels in Thailand these days, this level of luxury does not come cheap but it's worth every penny I can assure you, so if you're reading this review and contemplating booking it then contemplate no more, just book it, you really won't regret it. Enjoy.
As you first wander through the grounds of The Sarojin you can feel your stress levels just drifting away. The place is peaceful, beautiful and completely relaxing. They get all the small details right and the staff are excellent. We had a Pool Residence which was spacious and clevery designed. We just loved the bathroom especially - like going camping (only in complete luxury!). The restaurants were first class. We loved the concept of having your breakfast anytime of the day. The pool is lovely, as is the beach. If you want to escape from reality for a few days or longer, then this is the place to do it.
An amazing resort with luxurious rooms and wonderfully kind/helpful staff. Great spacious rooms (we loved our private pool but the main pool is also great and very relaxing). The a la carte breakfast is the best - refined dining + all you can eat, we would have multiple plates in the morning then a lighter lunch and dinner. On the beach is a great restaurant and $10 massages just 2 minute walk away. You can ride to the local waterfall on the bikes provided or catch the shuttle into Bang Niang market. We had a wonderful stay and can't wait to return!
Relaxing & Romantic . If you look for tranquility on holiday Sarojin is a perfect place. Resort has amazing food in both restaurants, wonderful beach for walks and swim. There is a regular Shuttle bus to the village and market if you need some activities.
this resort is al about the staff , from the gardeners , front desk, bar, room service, drivers etc you will not find more friendly and super helpful staff, they all play a huge part in the review of this resort. Chef Gogh remembers I loved a dish from an old menu, he took the time to re create it for me, the gardener gave me fresh coconuts to drink and another carved me a beautiful grasshopper. Our room where great, beds turned down each night ,there is even a pillow selection menu. The restaurant and bar staff ,Sak,O, Wurt ,Mun ,to many to mention ,go the extra mile to ensure you have the best holiday you can.The Ficus restaurant is a little bit up market but ohhhh the food is delightful, breakfast is served all day long at the ficus and is by far the nicest breakfast we have experienced, the beach bar sits on the beautiful ,Private beach ,it to serves dinner and lunch which is more casual but still the menu is fabulous. The rooms are spotless with luxury towels replaced daily. The swimming pool has featured in many travel magazines and when you see it you will understand why. I highly recommend this resort for couples, it wont disappoint. It can be busy yet you still feel like your the only person there. That's great staff. The gardens are beautiful, there is a garden tour offered. A gym is available and a shuttle bus ( a small fee) is available to take you to town. I wish I was there now.
My wife and I are staying at the Sarojin for 2 weeks in room 508 (a spa suite). Everything is excellent. The spa is one of the best we have been to anywhere in the world. The heaven treatment for couples with a lunch is just awesome. Kung is the best massage lady I have ever met. Her massage skills are the best. The beauty of the spa suite is that you get spa credits included in the room. The room is large and spacious as well as a feeling of luxury. Bath tub inside and outside of the room on a large balcony overlooking the gardens. The gardens are so well kept and you often see people attending to them throughout the day. The room is stocked daily with amazing fruit and we loved it. The breakfast is amazing. They make you anything you want. The menu is extensive including Thai and western food. The service is exemplary. Everyone is super friendly. Food at the hotel is also amazing. However it is very expensive. You can eat in the town for a fraction of the price. This is my only real fault with the Sarojin. Expect to pay at least 4x anywhere else. They also have a small charge to get into town which I think they could absorb somewhere. I would not eat in town if the food here was cheaper. The pool is well kept and has lovely beds on the water. The pool attendant is exemplary as you would expect. Like the beach which is also world class the guys here just keep topping up your water or you can order any drink you wish. We will be back at the Sarojin and are already looking at 2018 availability. I have stayed at some great hotels around the world and I can honestly say yours is one of the very best.
We went to the Sarojin early on in July for our Honeymoon, and we were not disappointed. What a lovely hotel, wonderful service, amazing food and the staff are all so lovely, they couldn't do more for you! We were greeted at the airport by a private driver, after a long flight it was just what we needed, a cool car with wifi, cushions, cold scented face towels and any drink we wanted. Safe to say after our journey we both wanted a beer. We weren't disappointed when we arrived with another load of smiling staff members who took us to our room and showed us around. We had opted for the pool villa as it was a special occasion and we were not disappointed. The rooms are fabulous, gorgeous bathroom, comfy bed, English TV channels, cleaned everyday what more could you want. As a kind gesture we were given a bottle of fizz in our room which went down well. Given that it was low season there was not a huge amount going on in the direct area of the hotel, however, the hotel provide a shuttlebus service to 2 of the towns for a mere £2 (or near enough) each. They also provide free of charge bicycles, canoes, paddleboards. If you want to hire a moped the hotel allow you to park it in their car park overnight - we hired one for 2 days, cost us £7 and £2 to fill up the tank, well worth it! We chose to eat in the hotel every night as the food was fantastic. The Traditional Thai restaurant on the beach cannot be faulted. The menu was wonderful and not a single complaint about the food....however please remember that thai medium spicy is different to english medium spicy...Incredible fresh flavours, and if there is a seafood BBQ when you are there 100% go to it, you will not regret it! (if you like seafood of course) The other restaurant is also lovely, it serves more European dishes, and as we were in Thailand we leant toward the beach restaurant with the traditional food, but, we did go to the Michelin night at the Ficus restaurant and the food was wonderful. If you fancy some trips out you wont be disappointed in the hotel tours, a little pricey but we felt that they were well worth the price, we ended up paying for private tours as no one else had signed up, but we didn't mind the extra cost as the days were wonderful and the lunch provided by the hotel also fabulous. The guides are friendly and knowledgeable and ours both spoke good English. Highly recommend the Phang Nga bay tour with the gypsy village and monkey temple. If you are lucky enough to have the guide called Chang ask him about his time as a monk, he was hugely interesting and passionate and he showed us pictures of his ceremony which was really lovely. If you are at the hotel for the meet the team evening you should also make sure you go, its really lovely meeting the staff and guests and we learnt a lot about the owners and staff, it was lovely to hear how the owners reacted after the Tsunami and how wonderfully they have treated their staff. The staff are truly passionate about their work and they clearly love their jobs and it is shown in how they act...they are always on the go and honestly cannot do enough for you! Neither my partner or i can believe there are any bad reviews about this hotel as we had the most wonderful experience, only enhanced by the staff at the hotel! We cannot recommend the Sarojin enough and if you are heading to Khao Lak it is definately the place to stay. Love it!
My wife and I stayed for a week and my thoughts are as follows.... Hotel itself is lovely, not too large but big enough for two restaurants, swimming pool and beach. Our room was great with our own pool, air con, bath etc. Nothing too luxurious but who on earth would spend enough time in the room to care when you have the beautiful Thailand to explore. Grounds are well looked after by the team of gardeners and they do a grand job. The food is delicious....fact!!! Some of the best grub I have ever encountered, not all but most! The staff....friendly, attentive, funny, happy, and without a doubt a credit to the sarogin. Having stayed in many hotels/resorts you find that regardless of its star rating....it's the staff that leave the lasting impression and on that note alone I would like to thank the sarojin team for an amazing time from start to finish. Look forward to visiting again.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
Located in Bang Sak, The Sarojin is a short stroll from Laem Pakarang Beach and within a 10-minute drive of Bang Sak Beach. This 56-room, 5-star hotel welcomes guests with 2 restaurants, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. It's on the beach and also close to Sai Ruang Waterfall.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Ficus, which specializes in international cuisine. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. Start your day off with cooked-to-order breakfast, available for a fee.
The Sarojin's 56 rooms are air-conditioned and provide minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Guests can expect free WiFi and satellite TV. Beds sport pillow menus and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Other amenities include free bottled water, safes, and phones.
Guests staying at The Sarojin enjoy access to a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and free WiFi in public areas. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available on request) for THB 2400 per room one way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this beach hotel include conference space, a business center, and free use of bicycles.
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93% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1708 reviews