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Bulone Resort

koh Bulone 6 Moo 3 Paknam Langu, Satun, La-ngu 91110 Thailand
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Our offer is simple, comfortable bungalows by the best beach, on the most tranquil and natural island in all of Thailand. Koh Bulone Lae is completely independent and unspoiled in the sense that all of our infrastructure is provided by us and our community and is self maintained. It's one of the reason sthat our resort grounds are in such a pristine and primal condition. The flora, the birds and butterflies and the marine life are all part of this islands ecosystem and are to be considered with respect as you will surly encounter the life here. Many families with children choose to stay with us as we offer an increasingly rare chance to spend holiday time in a location this close to nature, but with a level of comfort that allows them and their children to completely relax and just enjoy their time.
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Property amenities
Free internet
Bar / lounge
Airport transportation
Couples massage
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Kid-friendly buffet
Full body massage
Hand massage
Head massage
Neck massage
Express check-in / check-out
Private check-in / check-out
Laundry service
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Allergy-free room
Air conditioning
Walk-in shower
Family rooms
Private balcony
Room service
Seating area
Wardrobe / closet
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Private bathrooms
Complimentary toiletries
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Stayed att Bulone resort 6-11 January 2019. Great bungalow with open air shower and great location. Wonderful beach and super-nice staff both at reception and restaurant. The food and drinks were also great and the only anoying thing in this paradise was the moscitos as on any other island!!! But in the little shop we could buy repellant. Great help with bookings with transfers. This is a place we will return to!!
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Bulone Leh is a rustic & peaceful, undeveloped island. There is very little to do (no beach parties, although there is a beach bar) and you feel at the end of the earth. There are few accommodations (maybe 4, 5 total, so try to book in advance) on the island & Bulone Resort is the best. Featuring simple, beautiful, raised wooden bungalows with outdoor bamboo-enclosed showers (rainfall showerheads), this is the perfect spot for getting away from everything. Just note that there are no ATMs on the island, so bring plenty of cash. This resort does accept credit cards, so OK to charge meals etc. Kayaks available. Electricity is cut during the day on the island. Also, depending on tides & since the coast is rocky, the Pak Bara high speed boat may drop off with a standing long-tail water taxi (50 Baht per person) in the middle of the Andaman, off of Panka Bay on the north coast. From there, Bulone Resort will send a tractor for the 7-minute commute through the island. Beach towels are not provided. Since this is true island living, the resort staff may not return emails as quickly as one may like, but I had no problem. When we booked our room, they required full payment. Still, a gorgeous location with excellent bungalows. Just remember that you're on a small, undeveloped Thai island in the far south Satun Province, so channel your inner Robinson Crusoe and get down with this peaceful, rustic paradise.
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Bulone resort was as tranquil and close to paradise as expected. The island doesn’t provide any party or late evenings. We stayed in a family AC bungalow. There were no electricity 09:00-17:00. The children had to plan the charging of phones and iPads. Very hard beds. I booked a half day fishing trip which was spectacular. I caught a lot of fish (queen fish and Spanish mackerel). The hotel restaurant made a perfect dinner if the fishes I brought back. Thank you! We will be back!
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The bungalows are huge but quite old and not really worth for the money we paid. We stood for 4 nights there. The beach is lovely with just a few people. The restaurant is not good for food. But they serve a good coffee and cocktails there. The island is a must see but better options to stay on the island...
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We (2 adults, 2 children) stayed for 5 nights at the Bulone Resort on Koh Bulon the week before Christmas. The location is superb, directly at the beach, nice bungalows with plenty space and nice veranda. A big minus-point is the fact that, prior to booking, we were lied to about the daily times on which no power is available. Since I am suffering from regular migraines, during which I am required to rest in a cold surroundings, we asked about how many hours a days the power would be cut. They explained that they have to cut the power for about 2 hours a days only, in order to give the generators a rest. So,we booked. In fact the power was cut between 7 and 8 hours per day. Luckily it was not too hot and I did not experience any migraines during our stay, but if one reconfirms anything prior to booking, the truth should be told in order to avoid wrong expectations and problems. The next problem was the non-existing warm water. We did not ask about that, to be honest, and we probably still would have booked the trip. It did make things a bit harder, especially with very sensitive children, like ours... Other than the above: We loved it! It is quiet, it is directly at the beach (sand EVERYWHERE, but useful water hoses at the entrance of each bungalow to wash it off as good as possible) and you would fall asleep at the sound of the waves. The bungalows are not cleaned daily but only on request. There was a useful broom inside and also a separate hose in the bathroom to spray away the sand everywhere. The resort accepts credit card (no extra fee) and you can put anything you purchase at the resort on your tab and pay by checkout. The resort organizes transport and was very helpful when we decided to change how we wanted to travel back. They have kayaks that can be rented for full days only. However: bring your own live-jackets for your kids, since they can only provide one... The restaurant is nice enough.The food tastes good, service is nice and they have a good selection.However, the have a little variety, we went along the beach to the "Hug Bulone" Bar for more affordable drinks and nice food (great cocktail selection there!) If you go by night, take your flashlight with you, since it is very dark at night and hundreds of hermit crabs are crossing at the beach (very fascinating to look at, by the way). Our stay included breakfast, which was enjoyed by all of us every day. It is possible to order special coffee at the bar during breakfast (like Cappuccino or Cafe Latte), though it has to be paid for. We enjoyed our stay very very much and took home a lot of nice memories. About the season and crowds: We left two days before Christmas and on our way back to Krabi using the speedboat to Ko Lanta we found all islands north the boat approached a lot more crowded and not as quaint as Koh Bulon. About the transfer itself: The resort arranged a transfer for us from Krabi airport. The driver did not show up at the right terminal (international passengers have to exit through the international terminal even in coming through Bangkok - no idea why the driver didn't know that). The driver was not the friendly kind of person. Very limited English, not talkative, didn't provide any beverages for the not too cheap 4 hour road trip while having plenty of food and beverages for himself. We had to ask for a toilet stop for the kids and had difficulties to make him understand. Also we had to ask for a stop at 7eleven to buy our own beverages. Not sure if this is the standard in Thailand but from anywhere else in Asia we were used to nice drivers that provided basic amenities for a private trip with the applicable price tag. The long boat transfer to the island the next day was quite adventurous, particularly the makeshift pier where we entered it, but all was smooth there. It's a one hour ride from Pakbara only anyway.
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$66 - $67 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ThailandSatun ProvinceLa-ngu
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bulone Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Bulone Resort?
Nearby attractions include Prasat Hin Pun Yod (3.1 miles), Ko Lidi (3.1 miles), and Thetsaban Tambon Kamphaeng Fresh Market (4.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Bulone Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and airport transportation.
Which room amenities are available at Bulone Resort?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Bulone Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Bulone Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Rimle Kitchen, Hug Bulon Bar & Restaurant, and Nalagu Coffeehome.
Does Bulone Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Bulone Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Bulone Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.