Saturday, 24 May 2014

A luxury love nest near Lamai, Samui, Thailand.



"We are a hotel for lovers," says Khun Nok, with a cheeky sparkle in her eyes. Indeed, lounging in the airy reception area is a bit like watching something from Noah's Ark ... the couples come in two by two. No families. No solo travellers.

I didn't ask her what percentage would be honeymooners, but I suspect a lot. For Villa Nalinnadda is billed as a small luxury romantic hotel. Even the dining area on the sand near the pool has only two tables. And the hotel itself, only a handful of rooms.

The chaos and madness of Chaweng is a long way from this love nest. In a good way. This villa is just south of Lamai, 
which has enough bright lights, bars and restaurants for those who want to come up for air.

The dazzling white rooms are purpose-built. Centre stage are large four-poster beds, and a sumptuous tub. The top floor rooms 
feature a jacuzzi-style tub on the balcony. To lie there amid the bubbles, gazing into your lover's eyes - or even at the milky way
above - is a prelude to love and romance. There is no turning back!

"Some more conservative Thais complain about this," says Nok. "How can you make it so ... so ... obvious," she chuckles. But 
a seedy love motel this is NOT. All the fixtures and fittings are beautifully and carefully selected. Like the feather-decked curtains,
adding an indulgent orgiastic feel. I note, though, that the standard mini-bar supplies don't include condoms.

And breakfast can be served in your room, at the reasonable 
waking hour of your choice.Then the day is yours, recline 
around the pool, or to amble along the beach with resident
spaniel Pistacchio waggling along with you. 

Just nearby is the setting off point for Samui's famous fleet of 
squid boats, who dot the horizon at night with their green 
flood lights. 

A wry reminder that everything is "GO" at this villa. In a raunchy
red-light romantic kind of way.

www.nalinnadda.com


2 comments:

  1. I also loves Phuket's hotels, these are really amazing.

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  2. Wow! All above mentioned pictures are showing the prettiness of the place. It is an admitted fact that Thailand has plenty of beautiful places, which fascinates the all visitors and give them soothing and charming effects. I have been to Thailand twice a time in my life and spent an awesome time. Phuket is one of my favorite places of this country, which offers the numerous attractions to the tourists. I have visited it in the start of this year before my shenandoah caverns tour and explored its many places such as Football Crazy Golf, Rollerball Zorbing Phuket, Kata Noi Beach, Karon View Point, Phuket Trickeye Museum, Phrompthep Cape, The Kids Club Phuket, Tiger Kingdom, Mai Khao Beach.

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