If you like the style shown in the image on the left, then you'll like this resort - maybe click on the image for a closer look, it is quite a striking picture, when zoomed in on, if maybe not to everybody's taste.
With dozens of tiny bungalows tightly packed into a small area, this resort won't be everyone's cup of tea. The pool is a reasonable size.
The massage hut is the best place in the resort.
The image on the right was taklen off the hotel website. This is an old image - the interiors of the rooms do not now look as smart as this.
The problem with this place isn't just the debatable style of the rooms, it's the standard of maintenance. The resort is close to the pier at Saladan, and so is automatically full everty high season from walk-in guests. This seems to have caused a rather compacent attitude in many resorts along the 2 northernmost beaches, including this establishment.
While the beachfront setting is faultless, the resort itself could use a bit of updating. In some places, concrete block walls haven't been rendered smooth, the raw concrete blocks have just been painted. This isn't particularly attractive. For those budget travellers who want to stay on one of the two northernost beaches, this isn't a bad bet, but most people are advised to go stay on Klong Kong instead, as theer are better value places there, such as the Moonwalk and Emerald resorts.
These will wow no-one. If you click on the image on the left, you will see that the concrete block wall was painted without being rendered smooth first.
As you can see from the painting in the image on the right, an interesting style of artwork decorates these rooms.
They offer a good sea-view.
The above rates are net per room per night and inclusive of service charge and breakfast for 2 people.