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Rawi Warin Resort & Spa
Ranked #15 of 84 Hotels in Ko Lanta
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New York, NY
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“A beautiful treat”
Reviewed February 2, 2008

We weren't quite sure what to expect from this hotel, since we got an excellent deal (USD $100) through Travelocity. We were rewarded with a fantastic relaxing stay at a beautiful resort!

We stayed at the hotel at the end of January - slightly past the peak season. We did not experience any of the crowding issues that some of the other reviewers mentioned - in fact the resort was very quiet. We always got pool chairs no matter what time of day, and it did not take long at all to check out. The internet terminals were often (but not always) busy, so it's true the hotel should provide more than three.

The grounds are truly beautiful. The landscaping is impeccable, and the pool is perfect. We stayed at one of the ground-level bungalows, which was great because we had easy access to everything. The downside is that we didn't get the same ocean views that the bungalows on the hill offer, but we still enjoyed our peaceful view of the pond, the pool, and the landscaping.

The staff were extremely kind and eager to help. Dinner at the Watermark was absolutely delicious - we ate there twice (out of our three-night stay) despite its resort prices. We strongly recommend the Thai entrees (after all, the resort is in Thailand!). The breakfast buffet will blow your mind.

It was great having a tour organizer right on the hotel grounds. We wanted to do a day trip to Phi-Phi, which was an option, but the agent strongly recommended we go to Koh Rok instead - both because it would be much less crowded than Phi-Phi, and because it was closer to Koh Lanta and cheaper. We reluctantly agreed (after all, Phi-Phi is so famous), but were very happy with our decision to go to Koh Rok instead. The snorkelling there was as good if not better than the Similan islands (the water was crystal clear), and the beach was a pristine white-sand oasis. The lunch that came with the tour package was also generous and delicious.

Other reviewers have mentioned that the beds were too firm - they are firm but all the beds in Thailand were firm. Honestly that was not an issue at all for us. The bathrooms were gorgeous and the shower was excellent!

We are not usually 5-star resort stayers, so I can't compare this to too many other 5-star resorts. There are things about this place that are not perfect. For example, the hotel is not located on a nice beach, so the pool is really the focus (or a day trip to one of the nearby islands). The pool is great, but we did miss not being right on a great beach. Also, housekeeping was not as prompt and thorough as one might expect from a 5-star place. There were dishes sitting outside the room next to ours for almost a whole day once, and a couple of small details were missed when our room was made up (e.g. a used napkin was not removed). I do agree that a 5-star resort should have soft mattresses as well, even though we personally did not mind the beds. There should also be more internet terminals for general use.

One critical thing the hotel should offer is better transportation from the airports. Koh Lanta is not the easiest place to get to anyway, and a 5-star resort should make getting to it as easy as possible. At the very least it could offer free transportation from the ferry pier to the resort.

The hotel as it is now is probably more technically a four-star resort; if it fixed the above things then it would definitely live up to it's 5-star status. Nonetheless, we loved it and had a fantastic time there. Highly recommended!

FYI, the resort is still known on Koh Lanta by it's old name - Rawi Warin. If you tell a tuk-tuk driver "Langham Place" they won't know what you're talking about.

One random note about the beach resorts of southern Thailand that we as Americans were not aware of - there are lots and lots of Swedes there! This was neither good nor bad, just a fact that was quite fascinating! There were also plenty of Germans, Australians, and Brits. Very few Americans - we actually really liked that about it.

  • Liked — Pool, elephant visit, landscaping
  • Disliked — Beach
  • Stayed January 2008, traveled as a couple
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 6 helpful votes
Reviewed January 31, 2008

This hotel is a great value for the money. We found the rate of $100 USD/night through Travelocity, including a daily breakfast. This was our first time to Thailand, and as such we do not have other resorts to compare it to in the area. The pool is very well-maintained and perfectly clean. We were there during high season (Jan 22-26) and ample lounge chairs were available at all times of the day. The staff even came by with complementary cold towels and watermelon slices for the benefit of its guests. Swimming at the beach is impossible since there are many rocks lining the shoreline. The ocean pool could suffice for an ocean swim, but the resort’s main pool is much nicer.

The rooms themselves offer what you would expect for this price range. The beds are quite firm (as was the case with every hotel we stayed at in Thailand), the baths are modern and large and there is a flat screen TV with DVD player. The rooms are clean, although we did notice quite a few ants attracted to the coffee sugar packets in the room. The setting is lovely as the rooms are built into the mountainside with clear views of the sea. We stayed in the sea view room, the only con of which may be the walk up the hill to some of the higher rooms.

Available to you at the hotel is a library where you can borrow DVDs and books for your entertainment (this is a free service). The hotel also offers a business center with free internet (although to use a computer, this almost always required a wait as there are just 3). There is also a reasonably-priced spa where a spa “happy hour” was being offered at the time we were there, providing a 40% discount to any spa service during the afternoon – nice deal! There is a tennis court at the hotel as well, but due to the extreme heat we did not make use of it.

In regard to activities at the hotel, there is a tour center located onsite where you can book excursions such as a sunset cruise or one-day tours including snorkeling at Koh Rok or the 4 islands tour. We booked the Koh Rok snorkeling tour which was just perfect and is highly recommended!

The restaurants are good quality and there is a nice variety of food, including a Western menu. Across the street from the hotel you will find a few local restaurants and a convenience store to save money on the inflated food costs at the hotel.

As far as transportation to the airport, we found that the most economical method was to take the ferry from Koh Lanta pier with a stop in Phi Phi, and then a direct transfer to Phuket. This trip takes about 3 hours, but is a beautiful ride with the option to either sit below deck or above deck in the sun. The ferry is 750 THB per person including the taxi to the pier. The 750 THB trip can be booked at the onsite tour center at the hotel. The cost of a taxi from Phuket pier to Phuket airport is 550 THB total (not per person). The trip from the pier to Phuket airport takes about 40 minutes with traffic.

  • Liked — pristine swimming pool, great pool service, tour operator on-site, nice hotel restaurants
  • Disliked — ants in room, non-swimmable beach, inability to pay with a credit card for tours
  • Stayed January 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 31, 2008

We had booked a standard room for our weeks stay. We had flown early morning from Bangkok and arrived at the hotel by 11am. We tried to check in but were told that our room was not ready, but would be by 12. We went to the pool bar for a snack and a beer. Just walking to the pool bar we realised how big this resort was and how many people were there. It felt more like a Spanish Costa hotel than a tropical hideaway in Thailand. The pool was big, but no where near big enough for the swarms of people milling around.
Somewhat dejected we went back to reception at 12.30 and tried to check in. Our room was still not ready, but would be in 10 minutes. By 1 o'clock no one had approached us to check in, so we went back to the desk to see what was going on. They said the room was now ready and they would take us there. We left on a buggy, had a drive round the resort, and then ended up at a room pretty near reception, upon trying to enter we found the room was occupied. The people apologised, and the Manageress stepped in and said the hotel is very busy etc.... please go to the bar, order what you like, I'll sign it off, I'll get you a room in 1 hour and it will be an upgrade. That sounded pretty good. By 4 o'clock we still didn't have our room, but the manager said we could check into our original room type straight away. I said we would rather wait for our room upgrade. By 5 the Pond Villa had not been made available, so i went back to complain, she was very sorry, it was one of those days etc... and gave us a triple upgrade to a Sun set villa with a private pool, and a free 3 course meal in the ala carte restaurant with drinks.

The new room was excellent and should have cost $1,000 per night. The bathroom was massive, bedroom was a decent size, but the wardrobes were too small, the separate living room with entertainment area was very good, but the main benefit was the private pool, deck area with our own sun loungers, so we did not have to mingle with the hoards.

I would not have been happy to pay this amount to say in this hotel though. The Pimilai or Layana are far better for a top end experience.

This hotel is better for families, if you don't have kids or don't get a bloody good upgrade then stay else where.

The staff are friendly, and are improving - they have to study english for 2 hours per day, but all in all this is a 3*+ hotel.

  • Liked — Room Upgrade
  • Disliked — Too many people
  • Stayed December 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 17, 2008

The Langham Resort is an amazing resort and is well worth staying at if you plan to be in Thailand. It is one of the nicest places I have ever stayed with the nicest view of any room I have stayed in. While I have mostly pros to say about the resort, there are a few cons worth noting and a few tips I want to pass on so you enjoy your stay.

Pros:
- Rooms are big and beautiful and have all the western amenities you would expect in a 5 star resort including a powerful shower (with both a rain shower head and a flexible shower head), a separate bath (which is rare in Thailand), tons of fluffy towels and a slew of complementary toiletries. There are also extra like beach shoes.

- View (if you have a high floor in one of the buildings) is simply amazing. From my room I could see not only the ocean but all the way down the adjacent beach.

- Pool is the most beautiful pool I have ever swan in. It is a true infinity pool with the pool water looking like it is droping off the edge and is saltwater (so no tears). In addition there is a kiddy pool and a few other smaller pools around the resort.

- Grounds are beautiful and well maintained.

- Breakfast (which was included in my room price) was fantastic. While it was a buffet, the food quality and selection was fantastic. While I only had it for two days, they did a good job changed the selection each day.

- Staff were extremely friendly.

- There was a room to borrow DVDs (for the DVD players in the room), books and magazines. There was also a games room for the kids. Finally there was free internet (see tips below).

Cons:

- Resort is set on a steep hill which means that all but lowest rooms get to hike up the hill to get to their room. We were on the 700 level and while I am in shape it was a decent workout to the room (which makes it hard to run back and forth to the room). There are rides to your room from the main reception but you usually had to wait a few minutes for them. On the pro side, when you get to your room you are treated to an amazing view. There is also a smaller pool for those people on the upper rooms (which is a nice touch).

- The beach the resort sits on is small and not really that nice since it is rocky in parts and seems to get seaweed. The resort makes up for it by having a dock that is okay for swimming from. As a result, most people end up sitting by the pools and looking at the ocean (which is really not that bad since the view and pool are amazing). Another option is to walk down to the adjacent beach (which is accessed by cutting through another resort and navigating a small creek). When you get to that other beach you will be rewarded as it is amazing. It is just a shame that the resort does not have easier access to that better beach.

- Food Prices - Thailand is really cheap for food and drink. The resort however sets it food and drink prices at North American resort prices (and then add 17% tax and service charge). The prices are not ridiculous for a 5 star hotel but are out of whack with Thailand prices (see tips below).

- Chairs - Because the resort is so generous with it beach towels (they are available everywhere), all the chairs seem to be taken up by people or there discarded towels. That means to get a chair you either need to get up early or decide who is not coming back to their chair. This is not unique to this resort but I wish there was a way to avoid the mad early morning seat rush.

- Beds - All beds in Asia are hard (from a western standpoint). Unfortunately, despite have western amenities, the beds are rock hard. After travel in Asia I got used to hard beds but given the luxuriousness of the resort I would have hoped for softer beds.

Tips:

- Go for meals across the street from the resort or on the other beach. Food is just as good (if not better if you like real Thai food) and costs substantially less. Same goes for drinks - buy them at the store across from the resort, put them in the fridge in the room and drink them anywhere. Same beer - 1/4 of the price. Also if you need laundry done - it far cheaper out of the resort.

- If you don't want a hike, and don't mind a losing the view request a lower floor.

- Check in and check outs are slow. Not sure why but this seemed to be a common issue among guest. Given most guests are leaving to catch a ferry or another form of transportion, give yourself time since it seem to take a while.

- While there is free internet, there is only two terminals which is really not enough (especially since some people tend to spend a lot of time). So go early (before breakfast) or at lunch time. After dinner is the worst time.

While there are some negative, the positive far out weigh them to me. It is a beautiful resort in a beautiful area. I would recommend it.

  • Liked — Views
  • Disliked — Hike to the room
  • Stayed January 2008, traveled as a couple
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 18 helpful votes
Reviewed January 13, 2008

At the end of the day, the Langham PER is a good mid-range resort, which is fine if that is what you are expecting when you arrive. I do not believe a so called ‘luxury hotel’ should receive praise for having reasonable rooms, nice bathroom fittings, nice linen, Ok restaurants and staff that smile when you walk past etc. Indeed, this is the bare minimum one should expect for the place to be able to open its doors!

For an establishment that is marketed as 5* Luxury to receive a good review, I would expect attention to the finer details; perhaps even an attempt to appeal to the softer measures e.g. an attempt to drive a ‘feel-good factor’ amongst quests. Whilst the Langham PER may score highly for people on the former hard measures, it fails miserably on the soft measures and as a result, doesn't come close to other 5 star establishments in Thailand that we have stayed at.

To be fair to the management team, the design of the place is always going to cause issues for a sector of its guests: one set of attractive rooms and bungalows sprawl up a hill (with great views) – clearly people who have issues with a brisk walk will complain about the distances and stairs (although the rooms are serviced by golf buggies); whilst the other rooms such as the pond villas, while having the advantage of being at the bottom of the hill, have a heinous outlook onto the main eating complex of the hotel. Having booked a Pond Villa which the hotels website promised ‘all have sea views’, we found ourselves amongst that group of disgruntled guests who felt aggrieved to have flown half way around the world to discover our rooms looked onto a large building...indeed, it would have been cheaper and probably just as pleasant if we had purchased a bottle of wine and caught a bus to our local shopping mall and sat across the road drinking the wine – the view would have been pretty similar!!!

Our stay at the hotel got off to a rocky start: we were whisked off on a golf buggy to a villa which looked promising…we barged excitedly into the room after the Bell Boy…imagine our surprise to find that the room was already occupied! To be fair, we were only half as surprised and clearly not as embarrassed as the semi-naked lady lying on the bed in front of us! Only time will tell if she is a TA member and writes a review of her own… After a short bout of chaos, we were whisked back to reception, where I detected an edge of nervousness setting in amongst the staff. I should have known we were in for a raw deal when one of the assistant managers took charge of our buggy to give as a good 5 minute ride around the resort, pointing out the key features as she went, only to arrive back at the room right next door to the reception, at the back of the resort – perhaps she was hoping that we had become disorientated and did not know where we were. She showed as into the room and asked if it was OK…to which I gently said ‘No’. At this point she literally ran out of the room!!! I later politely asked if we could pay to go into a higher grade room, with a proper sea view, which we were declined – it would appear that a major tour operator feeds the resort and a large amount of overbooking had taken place. The attitude was clearly ‘take it or leave it’. I have uploaded pictures for reference of our ‘sea view’.

My wife and I agreed to give it a go, rather then get too upset, so we set out to explore the resort, taking a look at the pool area. Our determination to remain positive was short lived: If I were being kind, I would describe the pool area as an abomination on the planet. It is singularly the worst pool / beach area I have come across in my life – as much concrete as an old English Lido, only not as pretty (sic)!!!! It is as if the designers had a bad day when they did this area: a man made concrete desert, which stretched up above the ponds like a dam wall – clearly built up out of the ground to create the ‘infinity’ effect on the other side. Not a tree in sight…the desert continued onto the very average beach: no shade anywhere. To cap it all: for a hotel with 185 rooms, there were a total of TWENTY-TWO umbrellas available. I kid you not. Just image the place: around 300 fair skinned westerners (who are notorious for sun-lounger competitions as it is) fighting for twenty-two umbrellas in peak season, in a 5 star hotel. The nett effect of this uncomfortable place was that we spent most of our time outside the hotel, on other shadier beaches elsewhere on the island. To be fair, we tried the beautiful sunset pool on the hill, which while beautiful was extremely small, so that one always felt on arrival that you were spoiling the space for the people already there…

As day 3 of 6 dawned, my wife and I realised that we were becoming bitter and twisted, so we politely asked if we could leave early – our offer was gladly accepted, so we departed that day for Pimalai and never looked back! This is the first time in 20 years of travel that we have ever checked out early.

Footnote: whilst waiting for our taxi in the bakery, we were aware of the manageress having a conversation on her phone with reception: ‘Room 315 wants to check out early? Fine, we have people queuing to get in...’

Oh dear, Oh dear…sounds like they were also queuing to get out.

  • Liked — Nice beds and bathrooms
  • Disliked — Very poor location
  • Stayed December 2007, traveled with family
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Italy
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 2 helpful votes
Reviewed January 10, 2008

It was of course not my first time in Thailand. I have travelled to differenct places especially stunning islands like Koh Phi Phi, Phuket and Samui. And again the exotic beauty of Thailand attracted me to make my trip back to the country.

I started to google around to search for some new places I have never visited in Thailand and I came across a website of a Resort called Rawi Warin Resort and Spa located on Lanta Island. In the first place, I had no clue how the island would be, if it would be beautiful as those islands I have been to. But scrollong down to see those resort pictures, it was so intriguing! Though the room price was somehow quite expensive, presumably due to the festive New Year season, I said to myself and my husband and other 2 of my friends "Why not?" and we have just been there!

It was almost right after I was back from the Lanta trip in the total of almost 2 weeks where I've gotta say that it was one of my most splendid trip I've ever made.

First I thought travelling there would be just easy as when you usually go to other islands. Actually going there seemed to be a bit rough from the local airport to the island when it took quite a long time. Nevertheless when I got to the resort, I could almost ignore my exhaustion. The resort was really worth my journey!

Every element looked to me just so fantastic and charming, reception area, meal outlet, villa accommodation and swimming pools, were all created neatly and beatifully, embraced by shady trees and garden.

We stayed at a villa of 2 bedrooms that gave us the ambience of full privacy. Too bad we couldn't get the room just next to the beach where the room could overlook at the beach without anything blocking seaview. But next time of course we will!

One of my favorites here was the swimming pools. It was really designed to fit your most pleasure. Oh there were total 4 swimming pools! I had to say I spent my days in different pool, the big one in the middle of the resort, smaller one by the beach and the most romantic one was definitely the one on the hillside at sunset point!!!

Not only the nice weather and beautil beach, My husband and I had a real romantic time there where we felt that we had our truely tranquil privacy and at the same time it was not too boring days filled with activities.

We were amazed by the hi-tech mini theatre and music room with surround sound there that they exist in such remote island. Such great sound just like when you sit in the cinema.

The food was also great. I am really really into Thai food! Good combination of Thai and international food were presented and the seafood was the real highlight dish you couldn't miss esp. the crab. Till I needed to say to the chef that "Your crab is not crap" :-) However the service was a bit too slow to get something. I hope this will be improved soon as I saw that the resort were just renamed to sth like "Langham Place Eco Resort + Spa Koh Lanta" which I expected the international hotel chain will help to upgrade the resort to become a very competitive 5-star resort on the island.

My most favorite part was the New Year party. I have never seen any new year party on the beach like that in my life. The pirates show was great and very well prepared. And there I saw the best firework I have ever seen in my life! Music was also a kinda of fun that we ended up dancing till late night at the resort bar. I think it would be better to have a real mat-sitting beach bar located just a couple steps from the sea. I even asked the staff to build it and they said that there was high possibility that such a bar will come true in this year. I hope when I come back, I will already see the bar there.

we also had a day trip to 4 island around there. To also the emeral cave where we had to only swim through the passage channel for around 80 metres till we emerged again in the hidden small island in the middle of the rock island. Who could believe there was such a hidden place there. It was real amazing! Thank to the resort who organized this great trip for us.

Local community was also good to be checked out. I love how the local people live their lives, very easy, peaceful and kind. There were some shops nearby for bikini, skirts, shorts and other beach outfit.

And if you feel like dining outside the resort, don't miss the Kookai restaurant, bamboo structured resto with the decoration of assorted seashells. Very friendly owner and most importantly food was yummy!!

I am sure that I will find sometime this year to return to the resort. I really love it and expect by the time I will see the chilled-out beach bar. All I can say is you really need to try this and let me know how it is. Have a great vacation in Lanta!

  • Liked — Relaxation, beauty and recreation
  • Disliked — Rough journey to get there
  • Stayed December 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 9, 2008

The Rawi Warin will now be known as Langham Place since January 1st 2008. We stayed there fore six days over Christmas and hope the new owners will make this good hotel great.

The transfer from Krabi airport takes between 90 minutes (on our way back) and 4.5 hours (on our way there). Usually it should be 2-2.5 but sometimes there are problems with one of the two ferries you have to take along the way. Hotel arranged transfer is not in the best of vehicles, might be worth to check better and cheaper alternatives.

The hotel itself is very nice with great little touches from kids play room and free internet to a small movie theatre. Rooms vary significantly from stunning beach villas to still nice basic rooms. Key is to decide on location since you can be a long walk up a very steep hill (nice views though) or directly on the beach or near the nice pool. We had a beach villa (103) which was a great deal at about $340. In addition to being right above the beach with great views, it had a little private pool and a separate large living room with an unbelieveable video & audio system.

Even the normal rooms are nice with good bathrooms and other amenities. We found the beds very hard. Watch for the ever present mosquitos though and keep your doors closed at all times. Very nice pool with a great slide for the kids. Their advertised pool in the ocean is a bit of a joke since it mainly used to attach boats and the ladder was broken making it impossible to get in and out. The beach is actually better than we thought although not the stunning white powder type. Some rocks in the water and not as blue/green as in other locations.

The spa is OK both in terms of quality and value. Prices are about five times those on the beach although the beach massage place was not great.

The breakfast is great and overall food was pretty good. With rates from $100 through popular websites this is a great bargain which we might well return to. Hopefully the new owners will keep working to make it even better.

  • Liked — The beach villa 103 is great!
  • Disliked — Beach/water could be better
  • Stayed December 2007, traveled with family
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Property: Rawi Warin Resort & Spa
Address: 139 Moo 8 | Krabi, Ko Lanta 81150, Thailand
Location: Thailand > Krabi Province > Ko Lanta
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#7 Luxury Hotel in Ko Lanta
#8 Top resorts Hotel in Ko Lanta
#11 Romantic Hotel in Ko Lanta
#12 On the Beach Hotel in Ko Lanta
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Hotel Class:4.5 star — Rawi Warin Resort & Spa 4.5*
Number of rooms: 185
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Rawi Warin Resort & Spa offers a luxurious escape from the stresses of the modern world. Situated on 34 rai of land, into the foothills of the Koh Lanta Yai and overlooking the crystal waters of Klong Tob Bay, this beautiful, award-winning resort offers a choice of rooms, each with its own distinct style and ambience, numerous sports activities, superb dining options and private swimming pools. ... more   less 
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Rawi Warin Hotel Ko Lanta
Rawi Warin Resort And Spa

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