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Let's start with good points: they will pick up you from the Pier and the position is in the city center.
Bad things: people are very rude and not supportive. There are lot of works and the noise is terrible (not mentioned on the website...More
When traveling we stay in budget hotels, not expecting a lot for our money...just friendly service and a clean bed. This "resort" was among the worst we have stayed. Everything was just so old and dirty, and the sheets were full of holes. Staff told...More
Since we had oure divecourse with the excellent roctopus dive diving school, we stayed in this resort. First off, we started with the 1000b basic airco room.
This was damp, smelly and the view trough the tiny window was a concrete wall.
In all honousty,...More
Most relaxing sunset that you ever ser in your life drinking a chilled bear down to the beach, also the bbq for dinner it's really nice. If you are lucky and the tide is low you can see an amazing fire show during your dinner....More
Didn't actually stay here but saw the rooms of two friends. One was a three bed fan room for 800 baht a night which is fantastic as the rooms were big and clean. The other was a double room with a/c and it was beautiful...More
$42 - $74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I am thinking about booking this hotel but I'm worried that people have said it's noisy and like a construction site. Did you find that?
May 18, 2015|
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Me and my boyfriend are visiting Koh Tao in a few weeks, and we are wondering what the beach is like in regards to sun beds. Are there any sun beds at "your" beach, or nearby? Thanks in advance for any answers :)