Details from X2 Resort, Koh Samui.

We have been staying at the X2 Resort in the island of Koh Samui in Thailand.
It’s part of Design Hotels and is an orgie of huge palm trees, wooden elements and lots of sweet concrete.
For me it brings back memories of Brazil. The arcitecture mixed with nature.
Here are some details that I really enjoy.
Tomorrow I think I will show you the bigger picture.


Detail from the shower which has a backlite- it creates a dramatic effect I think is stuning!


Imagine a house without windows or doors – just open space.
Growing up in Sweden that’s unthinkable.
I love the way that the legs of the tables in the restaurant bend in different ways.


Concrete jungle!



The curtains are all made of heavy linen. And about 30 cm to long. Loving it!


Even if the power is cut you can do it in style.


Sitting on the lo watching the bamboo garden. I wanna do this in the country place in Sweden.
No magazines are needed with a great view.


Around the pool there is a normal plastic drainage. Just smartly covered up with stones.


As if the pool wasn’t enough. A bath in plain air. And the vivid art the moist makes in the concrete.


It’s nice to stay at a place a bit more minimalistic than what I normally enjoy at home.



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8 Responses to Details from X2 Resort, Koh Samui.

  1. Purple Area March 8, 2010 at 16:43 #

    Wow, I just love these cool hotels, they have got such a great style!!

  2. BonjourJuliette March 8, 2010 at 18:10 #

    Your pictures are an absolute torture. The more i see them, the less i want to keep on working.You might get into troubles with my boss, beware!

  3. Golubka March 9, 2010 at 06:57 #

    Absolutely otherworldly, it’s tough to believe that this place actually exists :)

  4. Essi March 9, 2010 at 09:29 #

    Whoa. Nice to see X2 in the style of Samui. I visited X2 Rayong just before xmas and re-lax-ed. The resort was so quiet it reminded me of summer cottage weedends in Finland :) I loved the combination of warm concrete and hot sand under bare feet.

  5. Jenny at Dos Family March 9, 2010 at 09:58 #

    Det ser ju verkligen skönt ut. Och vackra bilder.

    Själv sitter jag här och betalar räkningar.

  6. Lauren March 10, 2010 at 19:24 #


    I’m very excited to see you in the land of smiles. My boyfriend and I are off in 4 weeks to travel through Thailand and this post has made me even more excited about our adventure!! Fantastic that you love to explore even with a young family, I hope to be like that in the future.


  7. Brit March 10, 2010 at 23:02 #

    Wooow looks very impressive! When we were in Koh Phangan we stayed in nice places… But this! Wooooow!! Enjoy the rest of your time there!

  8. Tingelings-Sofia March 12, 2010 at 09:56 #

    The legs of the table are fantastic.

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