Booked for 3 nights, tried to get out after first night.
Beach access right behind rooms gets a pounding from mopeds from 5am till the wee hours after mid night... Paper thin walls it sounds like their coming through your room.
Take mosquito coils/spray cause there everywhere! There was an out break of Dengi fever where 5 volunteers at the animal refuge couldn't help due to contracting it.
You'll need your own beach towel, but I don't recommend the beach out front, there is drain outlets from somewhere real smelly going out to the sea and it runs along the beach..my tip is hire a moped or take a tuk tuk to Koh lanta nice beach resort, the beach is fantastic there.
Moving water, safe to swim and first class in terms of cleanliness and heaps of space... Not like other touristy spots.
The rooms are very basic and in need of some elbow grease, the bench collapsed when we placed our bag on top of it, just be prepared.
Slightly over priced compared to neighbouring nice spots which we moved to after our 3 night stay.
The cooking class was great thou, and I do recommend that experience... The mojito's and margherita's are delicious!
We hope that the owner of the business gets to take sometime off as she appears exhausted and as the face of the business can translate to excited and happy holiday makers as bad customer care.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 9 cozy Budget bungalows set in a nice garden, 2 minutes from the beach. Those who enjoy staying here are people who appreciate a small, creative, funky atmosphere, great food & drinks, groovy music and have a heart for animals If you rather prefer top-notch western flush toilets and TV, go elsewhere. By staying here you help support the charity Lanta Animal Welfare. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Time For Lime Bungalows Hotel Ko Lanta