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My boyfriend and I stayed two nights in a Sea View room. Everything started pretty well with a pleasant welcome at the front desk and the first ride to our room, but that's pretty much all.
The room (Sea View) was nice, good size with...More
My friend and I had 3nights in this lush pool villa. It has a large bedroom with adjoining bathroom. There is a rain shower both indoors and outdoors. The private pool area has loungers and has a perfect view for sunset.
The breakfast was included...More
This is a lovely resort. We had a swim up to room which was great. The breakfast was awesome and the staff really friendly. We visited the treehouse reagge bar a few times and served my Nok who was lovely. The music though needs to...More
We had an amazing time in this luxurious resort. Our room with direct pool access was wonderful: we could spend the whole day on our patio and take a swim anytime we wanted.
With our full board booking, we took all meals in the hotel....More
Very nice hotel, great servise but isolated. There is no village within walking distance and every exit requires a taxi.
For those who like local food in more authentic restaurants it is less recomended.
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You can rent scooters at the resort! You can walk to Kaw Kwak beach/Klong Dao Beach (5 minutes), but we thought those beaches were way to shallow and prefered the hotel beach - which is lovely! You can walk to Saladan, but... More
You can rent scooters at the resort! You can walk to Kaw Kwak beach/Klong Dao Beach (5 minutes), but we thought those beaches were way to shallow and prefered the hotel beach - which is lovely! You can walk to Saladan, but ist was VERY dark at night. The cost of tuk-tuk/taxi was only 100 BHT, so walking the dark road is not worth it! The resort also offer free shuttle bus to and from Saladan four times daily.