Good location, quiet end of beach, easy walk to main shopping and eating area. Some restaurants located on beach next door which serve OK food and cheaper drinks. Hotel is only 5 years old but showing some signs on its age a little in some areas. Grass needs attention as does some paths particularity near the pool area and some pool loungers are showing signs of distress. Excellent massage next to the pool area. Nice pool but drinks except for happy hour are excessively priced. Excellent friendly staff throughout.
Stayed in Chaba in March few 4 nights. Stayed on the beach side (highly recommended as lake side is on the other side of the road). The rooms were very nice and very clean. The staff are very friendly. The Breakfast is outstanding. The Location on the beach is perfect. It is a tad expensive compared to other hotels nearby. Also there was a lot of German people "reserving" sunbeds first thing in the morning to very hard to get one of those.
Traveller from Gold Coast
Set amid the shopping and tourist center of Chaweng Beach, the resort’s white sands are only a 7 km (4 mile) drive from the …More
The Ozo Chaweng Samui is fabulous, I will be back the next time I visit Samui. The location is ideal in Chaweng Beach, centrally located with lots of great food, nightlife and activities around. The staff were kind and attentive, they assisted booking our snorkeling and kayak tour and prices were reasonable for the on-site service.
The hotel is right on the water, spectacular views, comfy beach chair and umbrella set up. I found this stretch of beach far superior to other ends of Chaweng after walking up and down the beach. Ozo is comparable to the boutique hotels you'd find in South Beach Miami, modern and sleek. The pool was on point, cocktail service at your seat and they offer a nice happy hour!
Breakfast buffet is excellent, there are great options for everyone to enjoy. The food and beverages were always fresh, replenished and I enjoyed the selection very much!
We didn't pay for an upgraded room so we were in the back of the hotel overlooking the next property but we were hardly in the room so we didn't mind. There were great ocean view rooms and bungalows if you are willing to spend the money but it's not necessary to absolutely fall in love with the hotel. One thing about our room that I found as a small negative was there were a few stray ants around the bathroom sink (about 4 during a 6 night stay). Nothing to change my thoughts about the hotel.
All in all, a great time at OZO, I absolutely recommend this hotel!
Great Pool small but really easy to socialise
Tide was right in first few days.
Chaeweng beach is a party beach but this is quieter side of the island
Loved walking the beach in the morning
This resort is located on the beach one km (one-half mile) from the city centre near Angthong Marine National Park.All …More
Beach location not great as no local resturants that close anymore
Short walk to shops on chewing
Not cheap or particularly good value but nice safe option for families with young kids
Kids club not secure so you need to stay close by or the kids can wander out alone - age 4 and above only
But shaded in afternoon and no sunset
Sea quite dirty but it is on the party beach, but the quite part.
We have a ok stay at the hotel the view lobby, and restaurant were excellent... The rooms view was amazing beatifiul and was a pleasure to wake up to in the morning but the room was a bit run down and when using the spa bath the water has bugs coming out of the Jets and water smelt poorly... As this was one day stay it was comfortable for our stop over from Koh phangan to Phuket
A lovely hotel (I had one of the bungalows with was much bigger than I expected with an enormous four poster bed, gigantic bath and lovely walk in shower). A minutes walk to the beach and pool, private sun loungers, and very peaceful. Very close to all of the main attractions of Chaweng Beach and an easy stagger home at night! Guest friendly for those that are interested in that side of things. The only down side for me was Samui as a whole, because although it was beautiful and peaceful, you are limited to your options in Chaweng as its not a huge location (like Pattaya, Phuket or Bankgkok). So be prepared for repetition each evening. I would recommend hiring a scooter/moped for £3 a day to enable you to explore the island more and find new places, but be careful on the roads as they are not great - however, if you are sensible and cautious, its a great way to avoid the rip-off taxi fares. Also, the airport is amazing - open plan and fresh, it feels like Hawaii or Honolulu. Perfect for couples or for a few days, but you may get a little bored after a few days of watching 20-Somethings getting drunk at the Arc Bar.
My husband & I stayed here for 5 days after visiting Chaing Mai, it is a stunning hotel, it is right on the road but once inside you forget that.
The rooms are amazing it's like having a small house with your own pool.
The swimming pool isn't much but then you have your own or the sea.
We hired a car for the day & went all round the island.
At the north end it is quite rocky & hardly any beach,
lipo Noi has nice beaches but Chaweng beach was by far the best in our opinion.
At night we just walked along the beach to various bars / restaurant on the sand, all really good and very reasonable.
You can easily walk into town from the hotel, 15 min walk.
Traveller from uk
A world apart, set on a glorious white sandy beach fringed with coconut palms, The Briza Beach Resort and Spa provides total …More
Seven-kilometre Chaweng Beach is Ko Samui’s longest and busiest beach. It faces east, is great for surfing, and is close to the island’s airport, which has daily flights to Bangkok. Chaweng Beach is where you can find the island’s best nightlife, and it has lodging for all budget levels, but with an emphasis on upscale. Thai boxing matches are a popular event to take in while staying in Chaweng Beach.