Tatty, dirty, old, cheaply built. Construction work going on till midnight. The restaurant is awful. The beach towels are old and threadbare, and yet there are still not enough. You may get a sunbed with a cheap dirty blanket on it. If you want to even get a (rotten, half broken) sunbed after nine you have to bribe the man in charge. At breakfast, which is dire, coffer consists of bulf nescafe in a tupperware that you have to mix yourself. This place reminded me of Butlins Holiday camp in North Wales I stayed at in the early seventies. For a quarter of the price go to a guesthouse one kilometre inland. The only positive thing about this place is Roy, the young Filipino in charge.
- Also Known As:
- Le Blanc Samed Hotel Koh Samet