The main problem with this affordable resort is the extremely bad taste with which it has been decorated. Not only are the outside walls of the bungalows painted in lurid colours, but the insides are wallpapered in such garish paper that the visitor will be tempted to keep his or her sunglasses on when going indoors.
The resort occupies a prime spot on Klong Dao beach, but has a pool which is too small, in high season, for all of the residents of the resort’s 64 rooms. Connecting rooms are possible for family use. The resort has a scruffy air and a reputation for offhand service standards, and is not recommended. It is full every high season due to its ease of access from the island’s ferry drop-off point, but better options exist on the beaches further away from the ferry pier. The grounds are liberally covered with weeds.
These won't wow, but are at least cheap. For the same price, you get a significantly better place to stay down on Klong Kong beach.
These aren't much of an improvement over the Superior accommodation, so it's probably best to not pay extra, just take a Superior room.
The above rates are net per room per night and inclusive of service charge and breakfast for 2 people.