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Reviewed July 20, 2012

A good location at the beach, away from the speedboats and longtails. Still just a 5 min walk to walking street with plenty of resorts & restaurants on the way.

Good and clean rooms.

Room tip: Around the lower pool is good, short distance to the beach.
Date of stay: December 2011
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Thank Bjorn_Are
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Reviewed May 16, 2012

As we were there in low season we got quite a good price. There weren't too many people at Sita, so we probably got the best of the seaview superior room on the hill(G1) with a lovely view over the resort and the sea. The room was very spacy and had a separate shower and toilet and a balcony with a table and two rattan chairs, Breakfast was nothing fancy but ok. Staff was very friendly. We were picked up from another hotel and after our stay they gave us a lift to the immigration office resp, speedboat to Langkawi. WiFi was free, but the server on the hill (Sita Hill) wasn't working, but the signal for the other access point (Sita Resort) was still good enough. There was of course a TV, but as everwhere on Koh Lipe if you aren't speaking Thai, it's useless.

Date of stay: May 2012
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1  Thank Para Q
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Reviewed April 6, 2012

We went to Koh Lipe on February,2012. ,after tired from our wedding we plan to relaxation there.
We book for Honeymoon Suite, room is quite nice,with Jacuzzi,separate shower,tv flat screen,sofa together with minibar that you can consume all of it in the freeze,the room located on the hill a little walk from lobby but also you can ask staff to drive you to the room,when open the certain we can go out for corridor and see view of the beach.
For resort there is 2 swimming pool,staff friendly and good take care of us.
Hotel is in the good location,convenicecn and beautiful area.

need to improve
1.Jacuzzi not work, we call for engineering for fix but he said will take 1 hour to fix that time we about to check out that why we don't want to wait anymore.
2.Hot water for shower not really hot,when shower need to wait almost hour to let the water hot but still not hot.
3.Spa Staff,look down people i went to ask the price at the beach front but she seems not happy to answer my question, she just point me the price list with unfreindly face.

Room tip: As i Know they have only 1 or 2 Honeymoom suite. For me i appreciate the room.
Date of stay: February 2012
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Thank sudaporn
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Reviewed February 21, 2012

From Hatyai, we were picked up in front of our hotel and arrived Pakbara after 2.5 hours, sharing a van with 11 strangers. I thought we had to find our way to the ferry but it was not to be. The staff from Sita took our bags and took us to their office a few short steps away. Served us cold water and got us comfortable for our 12noon (delayed from 11.30am) ferry, issuing 2 reusable tickets numbering 1 and 2 (boarding by number). Sita staff also gave us our ferry vouchers for the return trip.

The ferry (actually a speed boat with canvas top) was very crowded, each row seats 3, with a central aisle in between, life jacket draped over the back of the seats, which nobody used except as seat cushions as the heavy rain just before boarding made all seats wet. The trip from the office to the jetty is only a few minutes walk and with 2 heavy bags, we were thankful for the golf cart ride as the driver also took care of handing them over to ferry crew. I think the ferry was over crowded. Good thing was that our bags were loaded and carried off by Sita staff or else the load will be a challenge for me to handle. The boat landed on the beach and were met by Sita staff and were ferried to the resort by a golf cart.

Check in was simple as our arrival was already expected. Our pool facing room is superb. It comes with both an inside and outside shower, free WiFi (they gave you the log in password during check in), room safe, kettle, mini fridge, daily 2 bottles of drinking water and flat screen TV. The bed is king size plus there is another day bed. The room is cleaned daily and you can get unlimited number of beach towels which we did every time we swim in the sea in front of the hotel. Though there are 2 swimming pools in the resort, they don't have a chance at all as the sea is calm and the water is clean, warm and clear.

Good spread at the buffet breakfast and we thoroughly enjoyed the selection.

As we were there in the low season of October, most of the shops in Walking Street are closed but but there are enough restaurants serving good Thai food to keep us happy. There are a couple of convenient shops too (the mineral water cost 2x more than Hatyai but then everything had to be ferried in). However, we were very glad we brought along our torch light as it gets very dark walking the beach going back to the hotel. Be warn that there are PLENTY of dogs and they poop everywhere, including the beach, but don't let that spoil your vacation - we didn't and we stayed 4 nights.

Room tip: Room with pool view nearer to the reception - not far to walk with better WiFi signal. And bring a torch light.
Date of stay: October 2011
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3  Thank EKYSeremban_Malaysia
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Reviewed January 10, 2012

Came to Koh Lipe for a few days in the middle of the busy season, so I wanted to book my accommodation in advance. It was a bit late notice and one of the last options I had was for the Honeymoon Suite at Sita. It was not cheap, but it certainly was luxurious.

The room was amazing... perched high up towards the back of the resort (a few steps to reach it, but should pose no trouble for most people) with sensational views of the resort, ocean, beach and surrounding area. The bed was huge and comfortable, air con was good, spa bath huge, great balcony, free mini bar (but no beer in it), open plan and nice decoration with all the flowers. Certainly would be the place I would like if I really was on my honeymoon.

Service was pretty good I felt... they were really friendly to us, sure some things get lost in because of language and please don't expect 5 star service... but just remember where you are. But they tried hard and were happy to help with anything we asked... just remember, it is common for people to say "yes" to you when they don't understand what you have asked.

2 pools in the resort, one big one down near the beach for the kids and families... I loved the one up the top at the back, amazing views and sometimes better than being on the beach.

Back down on the beach... beautiful clear water, easy swimming, calm water, coral and fish not too far out (so easy snorkelling) and sensational sunset. Beach chairs were available and we never had a problem getting one... umbrellas were there for you if you need too.

All in all... I really enjoyed Sita. It isn't for everyone... some like it more quiet and smaller properties and the price would put many off... but if you can afford it, I reckon do it.

Room tip: Poolside rooms looked great, seaview rooms up high were awesome... but not for those who don't like to walk up steps.
Date of stay: January 2012
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5  Thank Stuart B
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