Good resort with many facilities
Quick check-in for a very late arrival. Friendly and helpful staff. Room was large with two king size beds and a good size balcony. All toiletries replenished daily as required as well as teas, coffee and water. The resort is set on the beach area and Khaolak does not allow jet skis or similar so unspoiled views with a long sandy beach for walking. The grounds were well kept and the pool areas were attractive with ample sunbeds and shades. The food was overpriced but the bar had a 4-8 pm half price for 2 cocktails. A buggy was available at the lobby to transport you to the top of the resort leading onto the main street where there were many restaurants and shops, it was out of season (26th June - 9th July) so very quiet and opening times varied. Many tourist attractions were closed but the local market opened on Saturday, Monday and Wednesday from 4 pm til approx 8 pm. It was about 15 mins walk down the road. There were clothes, local food and eateries all at good prices. We were never disappointed with Thai food, taste, presentation, and price excellent. The most we paid for two meals with drinks was £13. The National Park was close by but be warned the nature trail was not an easy walk. Narrow, rocky and potentially dangerous in parts especially after rain. Good shoes and mosquito spray recommended. A local bus to Phuket town for 100 thb each can be caught on the main road, comfortable although shabby and does not take much more time than a taxi, bargain!
Comment from Hotel Management
05-Oct-2016 by Karin, GM, Hotel Management
Thank you for your review. Great feedback, new clothes racks have just arrived, so every room has a rack now, of course very important when having to dry bathing suits and towels. The local market opens on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, great for a stroll and good for buying souvenirs.
Every day we offer streetfood stations for those guests that wish to profit, the food is a 100 Baht per portion, very attractive prices and good quality offers.