I'm stayed with family in Baruk types (2 Baruk) room no.1609 & 1607 Room 1907 & 1909 - Initially, dirty water came out to jacuzzi tub. You need to flush water & clean the tub before you use it. - blackout twice and emergency lamp broken. So stay in the dark for couple minutes. - poor housekeeping Room 1607 (extra) - Aircond warm & leakage of dropping water from toilet ceiling (aircond leaked) - fan ceiling no remote adjuster. Breakfast - at restaurant due to covid 19 sop, service too slow. Have to queue for 15mins, and wait on the table for 15 mins to serve your dishes.
Huge, sprawling resort (>250 rooms), we opted for the Standard Balcony Double (Agoda) which was close to the pool & restaurant. We asked for an upper room and had a giant balcony & could see over the places in front, through the trees, a partial ocean view which was nice. The room was huge, king bed, fridge, TV (2 English movie channels), AC, wi-fi (good signal most of the time), tub/shower, towels, amenities, hair dryer. After some reviews, thought it would be more run down but it was fine. The floor was quite scuffed but everything worked. This is not a 5 star resort so please don't come expecting that. Everything is big including the lower pool which is most 1-1.5 m deep with a small section at 2.5 m. There are hillside places that give a great view & shuttle service provided from the top to the lobby. Also great upper pool, quiet & great view. Buffet breakfast mix of Asian & Western with egg station & Sarawak laksa station. Lots to choose from, overall very good. To get to food court, walk through the property & cross bridge a short distance from the beach. The big iron gate is not locked, just push/pull to open. You can get to the Sarawak Cultural Centre that way also. We liked the place & enjoyed our time there. It has 2 nice pools, nice rooms, very friendly helpful staff & located close to Damai Central for convenience stores & food court. We would stay again and are considering returning.…
Comfortable, spacious room, friendly staff and peaceful. Definitely a sweet escape with buddies from a hustle bustle city. If you are type of having a noisy party with friends, then this is not the place. Near to the beach around 3-5 minutes by walking. Near to the souvenir shop.
Stayed 4 nights in one of the hilltop rooms, offering a great view over the bay. We usely walked down by the stairs and used the free shuttlebus to come up. The second swimmingpool uphill is not only marvelous but offers an incredible view on the beach and the bay. The uphill room was a bit outdated, but offered everything one needs. The nice view from the balcony however is disturbed by the noise of the huge airconditioners downhill. The restaurant is very good food. You can choose to sit outside or airconditioned insiders. The cultural village **** is only a 5 minutes walk from the resort.
We stayed at this resort for 2 nights at the end of a short holiday in Kuching. There are remnants of how this resort was previously and I’m sure it was quite luxurious once upon a time. It’s quite rundown now. Our chalet was huge and spacious and overlooked the sea. Unfortunately the bed was awful, old, dirty mattress with springs poking through, the bedding was clean but worn out and fraying. Grimey furnishings and bug blood splatters all over the room! The bath was not fit for bathing so just took showers. The only real positives here were the lovely staff everyone was friendly and courteous. This place has so much potential to offer a cultural and eco experience if it stripped out the old 1980’s furnishings.