This resort is a much better option than staying at most of the decrepit hotels on Long and Klong Dao beaches. Whilst not on the beach, there is a free shuttle service to and from the beach once every day. The resort is too small to be a good place for families to stay at, and there are no particularly appropriate family accommodation options available.
It also won’t suit couples who want to spend most of their days on the beach, as they won’t be able to easily pop back to their rooms. For couples on short visits or who will be spending most of their time on day-trips, however, this resort is a good choice, as it offers good accommodation at pleasing prices. It consists of only 24 bungalows, so the attractive but smallish pool is big enough.
The standard of accommodation is very high for the prices charged - basically, you get a four star room, at a three star price, because the resort isn't on the beach.
The Superior Boutiques and the Pool Verandahs are identical, except that the Pool Verandahs have a pool view, and are thus called ‘Pool Verandah' Bungalows. The best of these 6 'Pool Verandah' bungalows is the one nearest the pool and on the side of the pool nearest reception, which has an open, airy terrace right next to the pool.
If you can’t book this bungalow, don’t bother paying extra for any of the other 5, as the pool view they offer isn’t worth the extra money. All 24 bungalows are elegantly decorated, with browns and whites showcasing small splashes of vivid colour, in the form of colourful silk cushions and bed throws.
Comfortable, airy, light and immaculate throughout, these bungalows are highly recommended.
The single Tropical Tara bungalow is much larger than the other bungalows. It has a lounge area with a large sofa. If you like lots of space and are planning to spend a lot of time in your room, this is is agood choice.
The above rates are net per room per night and inclusive of service charge and breakfast for 2 people.