Good enough for one visit, but wouldn't go back
Posted 26-Dec-2015 on Hotels
The good: mattress was comfortable; view from restaurant deck was pretty; the little pool was refreshing but not big enough to really swim in; it's close to the Hellfire Pass museum. The not-so-good: eating on lawn around bonfire instead of on lovely deck; not enough info given upon arrival, e.g., no info about transport times to local sights and no quiet time guidelines (we had noisy neighbors in a nearby tents our second night; tents are NOT hotel rooms). There are no other places to eat unless you have a car and even then, it'd be a long drive. It should be emphasized that the camp site was an actual POW camp. The history was hidden in the little museum, which we didn't visit until just before we left. (Although maybe it is one the website; I don't remember.) The site is supposed to include a cemetery, but the staff didn't seem to know where it was. One visit was enough for us.