Badly neglected, not ready for guests Posted 27-Oct-2013
Beware: the photos on the website do not reflect the current state of Buritara. Only at check-in did we learn that it has NO food service, except for breakfast ... and we were miles deep in the jungle. Our only dinner option was to pay a staff member 200 baht to drive us into town for dinner. The pool looked ill-maintained, walkways are crumbling, and the limited staff can barely beat back the jungle, much less maintain the grounds to resort standard. The bed was musty and worn out. Buritara might have been charming at some point in the past, but today it has no business accepting guests' nonrefundable payment, or drawing them in with deceptively out-of-date photos.