Nui bach isn't much to write home about, and neither is the only resort located on it. The tiny beach is rocky at low tide, and disappears at high tide. The Narima's shared restaurant and reception area looks attractive from the outside, with a steep thatched roof soaring skywards, but inside it the atmosphere is somewhat gloomy, as not enough light penetrates inside.
The pool has an insufficient number of loungers for the number of guests in the resort. The beachside bar area is an attractive relaxation area and is the resort's best feature, surrounded by comfortable cushion-clad huts.
The staff have a reputation for good service.
The pool is another highlight at this resort.
The prices charged here are way higher than is meritted by the very average bungalows the resort contains, which are unattactive and in need of repair. The ancient, rusty air-con units look like prime candidates for night-time clunks and wheezes.
These are way too expensive for the standard, and not recommended.
Even though these units have se-views, they are
surrounded by so much vegetation that only a little light reaches them, making them gloomy.
These are the same as the row A bungalows, but located behind them, and even more gloomy.
These are the same as the row B bungalows, but located behind them, and even more gloomy.
The above rates are net per room per night and inclusive of service charge and breakfast for 2 people.