Having spent a few days in Bangkok and then a busy couple of days on the River Kwai, this was our relaxing recovery period doing as little as possible. We booked a seaview (semi-detached) room, which had plenty of space in the bedroom area, a lovely big shower, plus an outside bath (full of petals on arrival). There's a safe in the wardrobe, dressing gowns and basic slippers, plus plenty of the soaps conditioners, toothbrushes paste, etc, that the good resorts hold. Perhaps the only thing that could have been better was more hanging / storage areas for clothes. We ended up keeping some of it in the suitcase.
As noted by others, there are 2 restaurants - the Thai restaurant that provides meals at breakfast, lunch and dinner and an evening restaurant providing Italian food. Both were excellent, with loads of choice especially in the Thai restaurant. The fish platter for 2 we had one evening was amazing - a whole sea bass, half a lobster, several enormous prawns, squid, special fried rice and some veg - all for less than £40. Drinks can be expensive, but grab a beer or cocktail during happy hour when the sun is going down behind the islands to set up the rest of the evening.
The beach is a peaceful sandy location with some large inflated beach bags to lie on. The sea water is so warm, it's like stepping into a bath. It's also stays fairly shallow (approx 1 metre) until a long way out and we spent a lot longer in the sea than we normally do - well past the fingers turning prune-like stage !! The swimming pool is a bit cooler, which some days was very welcome.
Finally, the whole week was enhanced by the lovely guys and girls who serve you food and drink and generally deal with any issues you may have. They work long hours and always greeted us with a friendly smile.
It's a quiet, small resort, with a beautiful beach, incredible views out to sea and we'd love to return one day.
PS - If you have a Boots Mosquito Liquid Repel plug in unit, take a mini extension lead with you as the sockets need your travel plug to go in at a 90 degree angle, which is a problem for the Boots unit. This was an issue at the 3 hotels we stayed at in Thailand.