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Very nice, little resort within walking distance of the heart of Khao Lak. Stayed here multiple times already and will come here again. The staff is very friendly and very helpful. Typical for Thailand, nothing is ever too complicated to sort out and even if...More
Just a beautiful place which I will never forget. My first but not my last visit. Very clean, very good food, cozy, perfect organized... . Great and so very friendly people. Thank you so much Bobby and the whole team! You are amazing! Best wishes,...More
We stayed in the hotel after a liveboard diving trip. The hotel is composed from cosy bungalows with bathrooms. It's a little bit far from the city center. The staff is great and advised us on trips in the area. The food was delicious. There...More
I stayed here with my partner for a few days before we went on a liveaboard diving trip.
The resort has bungalows with ensuites and little terraces outside. The rooms were large, we had a double room and a shower room that was large and...More
We stayed in the Palm Garden for 2 nights between a liveabord dive trip and enjoyed the quiet, cozy atmosphere of the hotel. The staff are friendly and the rooms and service are up to expectations. The hotel is ideally suited to people diving with...More
$64 - $72 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Not really. Mosquitoes are mostly a problem outside. Inside you can use the ceiling fan which makes it difficult for them to fly, let alone land on you. You might want to take some mosquito repellant for outside, but you can... More
Not really. Mosquitoes are mostly a problem outside. Inside you can use the ceiling fan which makes it difficult for them to fly, let alone land on you. You might want to take some mosquito repellant for outside, but you can get that locally as well in any supermarket (Skitolene).
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"All rooms located around the central pool with view to the garden."