the best southeast Asian destinations to enjoy the luxury villa rental holiday with exceptional tropical views. Samui's seafront villas are located in the bustling northeast of the island, between Bophut and Maenam hills, Plai Laem and Chaweng and Chaweng Noi hills. Typical seafront villas have 2-6 bedrooms ranging from partial views to full 360-degree panoramas and rents from $ 150 to $ 1500 per night. But what kind of luxury needs can you expect for hard earned cash?
At the end of the peak, you can expect a $ 600 to $ 1,500 dollar stay at a top quality luxury five-bedroom hilltop villa with panoramic views. For this price it is expected that the villa has uniquely designed and impressive interior spaces that contain only the finest furnishings, artworks and fittings. These villas are fully equipped with the latest electronic lighting and high quality entertainment systems with the villa manager to cater to all your wishes. On the other side there is a smaller two-bedroom villa with swimming pool and good and great sea views, though not panoramic, about $ 300 to $ 600 USD per night, including daily cleaning.
Koh Samui Villas rentals are extremely seasonal. The smaller, medium-budget villas, from December to April and July to September, from May to June and October to December, and the high season in the Christmas and New Year peak periods. Luxurious, hilltop panoramic villas typically include four different rental rates that take into account Asian festivals such as Chinese New Year or Songkran (Thai New Year) when rents are capable of rocketing.
Best opportunities for bargaining between September and mid-December and between May and June. The annual monsoon arrives at the end of the year, usually in November, so it is important to have a better weather in the middle of the year. At this time, most luxury beachfront villas offer low season rates and often have free nightly promotions, such as a 4-night stay and only three. This is also a good opportunity to save 20% when booking a five-bedroom villa, only for six guests who require only three bedrooms.
Source by Bob Robert Johnston