A relatively new resort just approaching 5 years in the business, on the quieter end of Phuket, this duel-wing resort has little in the way of jaw-dropping inimitability about it. The décor is simple with minimal flare; the floors have many unmarked level changes causing irritation as you find yourself constantly tripping and stumbling. The flooring in the accommodation wings, again, is thinly shod in wood style veneer and makes a cheap clicking as you walk on it. A small redeeming feature however is that in the resort there are a few interesting Chinese abacus lamps and somnolently comfortable recliners.
On the beach itself Naithonburi has the Chaolay Bistro and Beach Café which provide pretty good meals and daytime refreshments, and if you are in need of that Thai touch you can walk 100 meters in either direction and find everything from fruit stalls to a Reggae bar.
There are 3 room types in the resort, but to make your stay as pleasant as possible you must choose the Deluxe Pool Access room, ground floor in the Pool Wing. This wing is only two years old, mitigating the effects of wear and tear so obvious in the reception and Garden Wings. Comfortably furnished with queen sized bed, bath, slightly uneven tile flooring and relaxing patio furniture, these rooms are only 2 minutes walk from beautiful Naithon beach.
The above rates are net per room per night and inclusive of service charge.