27 Apr - 30 Apr - 1 Room, 2 Adults
84/21 Patak Rd Soi 10, Karon, 83100, Thailand
Near Dino Park Mini Golf
Eco & Sustainable
Therapeutic Treatments, Massage & Spa
Healthy Food Menu
Our Mission: To instill a connection and commitment to the environment and each other through experiential learning. Our Vision: A healthy planet where all people live in balance with the Earth. Our Core Values: We demonstrate respect, care and passion for the Earth, all people and all living things. We strive for excellence in everything we do through integrity, open communication and teamwork. Individuals are valued, engaged and appreciated for their unique contributions. We believe in life-long learning through positive shared experiences with the natural world. Our efforts encourage others to recognize their interconnectedness with the Earth through their actions.
Belove Yoga Rooftop Studio by CC's Hideaway offer Hatha Yoga, Pilates, Dance Lessons and other activities as part of our Wellness Program which includes massage and special meals program. Currently a variety of classes are offered regularly on our roof deck, the setting offers a tranquil environment with beautiful sea views. All the yoga classes include guided asana practice, pranayama, meditation, mantra and chanting. Private classes are especially suitable for timid beginners, expecting mothers, those suffering from injuries or students looking to intensify areas of their practice. As part of our Wellness Program, we can arrange a number of other services with other area partners.
Healthy Nutrition | Vegetarian Food & Healthy Drinks
The Re-Creation: CC’s has been redesigned to reduce its ecological impact while also improving its look and feel for our guests. We have installed special water filtration and catchments systems, an array of LED lighting and are utilizing solar panels to heat water. For our room furniture we have chosen to use only the finest farm grown teak available in the area. The use of teak is closely monitored by the Thai government, to avoid the deforestation, that has taken place across South East Asia in the past. The teak is “green” not only in how it is farmed but it is durable in terms of being insect resistant and not affected by moisture. This durability is evidenced, by the ancient teak houses and barns that one sees across rural Thailand.