This resort is located a short but not arduous distance up the hill at the eastern end of Lohdalum beach. Because it is a fair way from the three pumping beach bars at the eastern end of the beach, it doesn't suffer from high noise levels.
Some visitors, though, will find the noise a nuisance at night-time. There is a pleasant breeze up here, and a pool to cool off in too.
The pool won't be to everyone's liking, as it's a natural, un-chlorinated pool, which is a slightly murky green colour.
The reception and restaurant area is modest but attractively constructed out of wood, most of it timber poles in the round. Tropical foliage sways all round.
Of the seven accommodation unit types at this resort, five are rooms and two are bungalows. All five of the "room" type units are claustrophobic and offer nowhere to sit outside the room. While there are much worse options on offer on Koh Phi Phi, the five room types are nothing special.
There are two units at this resort that are reccommended, the fan bungalow and the air-con bungalow. These two units types are identical except for the presence or absense of air-con.
They are both reasonably sized for the price tag, made of wood and have balconies boasting a hammock and comfortable chair each. Some of these bungalows are near the pool, so guests must listen to other visitors frolicking in the pool, which rather disturbs the atmosphere.
There are, however, two fan bungalows and two air-con bungalows which are not so near the pool, so are more peaceefull. These four bungalows are some of the best budget bungalows on Phi Phi, and are reccommended.
The above rates are net per room per night and exclusive of breakfast.