It did not look like the British owner or his Thai lady had a lot of experience in the hotel business. Not much money is spent on maintenance. The room interior looked shabby with worn out furniture. Towels had huge bleach stains and did not inspire you to use them. The small pool was a bit difficult to find at first and the pool area looked very "naked".
The location of the "resort" is good. Set in a side street you don't hear any traffic noise from the busy main street. Close by is the Nanai market where you can find excellent seafood at competitive prices.
All in all I did not feel very comfortable and it is rather unlikely that I would return here. But then I met (male) clients who have been coming for five years in a row and are very happy. If this is because of the rooms or the closeness to the night life I cannot say.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking