Finding an ideal romantic resort in Ko Lanta does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Costa Lanta, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Costa Lanta offer a refrigerator, a minibar, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A concierge, a sun terrace, and sun umbrellas are some of the conveniences offered at this resort. A pool and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Costa Lanta Hotel Ko, free parking is available.
Muay Thai at Klong Dao Stadium (1.4 mi), located nearby, makes Costa Lanta a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Ko Lanta landmark.
If you like steakhouses, Costa Lanta is conveniently located near Harrys Steakhouse and Sportsbar, Global Local Lanta, and Ko Whisky Bar.
Costa Lanta puts the best of Ko Lanta at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We stayed nearby to Costa Lanta and visited it for many of our dinners. The setting is lovely right on the beach at sunset and the staff are very well trained. Favourite dishes were gyozas, larb tohd (spicy pork meatballs), fried fish and pizza (from their pizza oven). They even offered to make off menu items for us if we wanted.
We first stayed at Costa Lanta in off season two years ago, where we had an amazing (and very quiet!) stay. After falling much in love with Ko Lanta, we returned this March and also returned back to Costa Lanta, so charmed were we by our last experience. Our second stay at Costa Lanta was just as memorable, with not much having changed since our last trip — but we were joyfully surprised to find they’d installed a new wood-fire pizza bar facing the beach! Costa Lanta is at the far right end of Kho Kwang beach which is lined with everything you need, from bars and restaurants, to minimarts and pharmacies and a dozen massage places. We love Ko Lanta for it’s quiet, serene nature and were pleased to find that end we were on was much quieter than the rest of the beach. We also had our best massage (and we tried a few!) as well as one of our favourite meals in the bar and massage place just footsteps away. There are lots of highlights to comment on Costa Lanta. I will name but a few. The pool is deep (about 5’5), long (maybe 25m) and lined with modern dark tiles (a great change from most pools which have a tacky bright blue surface) surrounded by aged pine trees, providing much needed shade from the sun. This pool is fit for Batman to have his morning swim. The food may genuinely be some of the best food we’ve had in Thailand, and it absolutely rivals a lot of great restaurants we’re used to eating at in London, plus the cocktails are top-notch (if you like chilli, try the Tom Yum Margarita, which is sublime). The overall feel of the place feels private, serene and modern. Very shabby chic feel, with a lot of brushed concrete mixed with walls of green pot plants and pine trees all around. From the moment you enter, you feel like you’re walking into the front cover of an Architectural Digest magazine. The cherry on top, however, is the staff, from the chefs and barmen who prepare everything with love and care, to the waiters who serve it with a smile, and the managers who are there to greet you hello, help you at every moment, and wave you goodbye (but hopefully not for too long).…
From the moment we arrived, we knew we were in good hands! The lovely people at Costa Lanta instinctively know how to make your stay as stress-free as possible. We stayed in a rustic bamboo bungalow complete with indoor/outdoor shower. Every day our rooms were made up not once, but twice, first time to clean and made up the bed, replace the beach towels and the bottled water etc... 2nd in the late afternoon to turn our bed down and fix the mosquito netting firmly around the bed plus spray against mosquitoes and light mosquito coils in the bathroom and out on the balcony. After a lovely day on the beach it was wonderful to return to the bungalow, clean our feet with the urn of clean water at the bottom of the steps , take a look at the beautifully kept gardens and raised beds of vegetables and have a rest sitting out on the balcony. The grounds are very well maintained with a little river undulating through it, the beach is perfect with soft white sand, plenty of beds and parasols, towering pines for shade and a gorgeous refreshing pool near the beach (and the bar!) once you’ve had a good dip in the sea! We ate and drank at the beachside restaurant and although very good, it was a little pricey for us. No problem tho as there are a multitude of choices along the beach! Loved the sunsets every evening dipping into the horizon as we sipped on our cocktails! We would recommend Costa Lanta to any couple looking for a quiet, well run, adult only resort. The only proviso would be that if you choose the rustic bungalows, you do not have mobility issues. We are talking ‘country dark’ with a platform bed and various steps - some of them rather a hike (especially for a shorty like me!) Also, it may have been just our bed, but our mattress was fairly uncomfortable for us - others may be fine with it though! The friendliness of this place along with its stellar customer service makes this a highly recommended place to enjoy your Koh Lanta vacation.…
Don't go there! The semi-open structure of the rooms plus the still waters from the creek make it a perfect breeding place for mosquitos. When we got to our bungalow, we found 20+ mosquitos and other curious bugs. We asked to see better rooms but, unfortunately, they all suffered from the same problem: they were all open and full of mosquitos. These mosquitos are a health hazard, as they can transmit diseases like dengue! With the open structures, all sorts of insects and animals can come in. Really a pity, because the location is amazing!
The resort is easy to access to beach and the beach is suitable for families with kids. Located in quiet location but near the city which is more convenient. Staffs are helpful, nice and the room is clean and confortable.
This is our third visit on Costa Lanta over the years. What seemed to be a perfect concept 10 years ago is a little out of time today. The concept needs a refurbishment. It means the food need an Moore healthy touch, especially breakfast. As it is today it's boring, not enough and slowly. The bar and restaurant service needs to be educated and some in the staff needs a kind of charm course. Our cabana was still in good shape, but the restaurant building needs som update. All wooden gangways are in so bad condition that they can be dangerous. So to summarize, this is a place with all potential to be among the coolest places on Lanta. And I give 3 stars becuse it use to be maybe 2 is more honest. If the owner update the concept and fix up the place it for shore will be 5.
Staff are very friendly. But the experience in the hotel was very bad! Worst hotel I ever been to. The place is tiny! Make things worse, there are a lot of mosquito! There’s really nothing to do after the dark, not even a tv and there’s no way to contact the receptionist because there’s no phone in the room! Ants everywhere as well, not just mosquito!
I just read the previous review and I could have repeated it word for word. I didn't find it eerie though just sterile. It's like no thought has gone into making it very welcoming. We were only ones (one other couple I think) in the concrete rooms during our stay. You can walk out along beach to some small bars. Lovely looking but if you come in low season you might be better off a bit further down the island as I found on my next stop.
First off, this was an absolutely stunning resort with amazing premises, cool modern/quirky accommodation designs & very attentive customer facing staff... so overall I’m inclined to give a high rating Beyond on this though, we were eager to move onto our next location in our backpacking trip, and here’s why: During our two day stay here it appeared we were the only guests in the resort, which whilst it was nice to get some peace, it felt “too” quiet to the point of bordering on creepy. Also, as we seemed to be the only guests there, it did feel like some member of staff was almost constantly watching us as a result, which did feel a little uncomfortable at times The food/drinks served was amazing & prepared to a very high standard, but very pricey. The options available to us off resort weren’t great so we felt we had eat in the resort. Breakfast was 375 THB each, and our evening meals came somewhere between 500 - 750 THB each There was little to do at night time due to the lack of other guests, activities etc... it is also not the type of resort you can just walk out and go to the nearest bar, it is a very secluded location The hotel was located on the beachfront but you wouldn’t want to go out there (at least when we went in June), the beach looked a mess and the water was very choppy/foamy Mosquitos reign here, personally we both got bitten so much you could play dot to dot on our bodies... luckily upon arrival the hotel was kind enough to upgrade us to one of the concrete apartments for free, which looking at the the reviews on here, seem to be a lot better than the bamboo huts when it came to insects During our stay here we also saw quite a few large water monitor’s swimming through the waterways, (more docile relatives of the Komodo dragon native to Thailand)... this was actually pretty cool!.. apparently if one goes in your house/apartment your meant to get rich!... we weren’t that lucky though unfortunately 😅 I would like to see what this resort is like during high season, if there was more guests here and the beach was a little more lively, I think this could be an epic place to come It did boggle my brain whilst I was here as to how commercially they could justify being open with only 1-2 sets of guests at a time, which seemed to be the case in recent weeks (looking at other recent reviews). The resort did have a lot of staff, so that must have translated to a fair bit of unabsorbed overheads during this period. Personally I think reducing prices to increase demand would be a good idea here, after all, a filled room at a lower margin is still helping contribute towards your fixed costs! …
It was one of the resorts I dreamed of. However, it was a bit weird. I think there were only 2 rooms on the night we stayed there. everything was really quiet - maybe too quiet. The room is small. We didn't have anything to do after dark. No TV in the room. Maybe we were there during low season. Staff was great. Breakfast was great too. Location right on the beach. Wondering what will it be like in high season!?!?