We stayed in one of the larger rooms on our first night, and decided it was too spacious, then moved to a smaller hut, which was a bit cheaper. The concrete villas and huts are very well designed, with comfortable beds, and the location just can't be beat. The only thing was, the electricity is turned off from 6 am to 6 pm, and I noticed this was the case in most of the Myanmar hotels and guesthouses during low season. It wasn't a big deal though. We had all of our meals at the hotel restaurant, and the food was decent, service a little slow, but overall, okay. The included breakfast was a little small, but, then again, I eat like it's going out of style.