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Reviewed September 14, 2012

My boyfriend and I were planning to stay on Koh Mak for 4 nights then off to Koh Kood, but we loved the island and Good Time Resort so much, we decided to stay there for another 5 days.
The resort is located on top of the hill which is in between the 2 sides of the island where they both have very nice beaches, and we are very glad we stayed here because we had easy access to both beaches, which means we could walk down to one beach for the sunset and walk to the other for moon bathing at night! the resort was very green and spacious, had a lovely reception/restaurant building which overlooked the ocean and some islands. we loved having the german standard breakfast there every morning. our room, the thai teak house was very cosy and clean with large balcony and modern bathroom. another prop to add to this place is there is a very friendly and convenient local restaurant/mini mart right next door to the resort. we were there during the low season when many shops and restaurants were closed, so it was very good to have them there. they also do laundry service which the resort doesn't do. there is also a hotel opposite to good time on top of the hill which has a restaurant with great view. the rooms looked boring so we didn't want to stay there, but it's definitely worth going there for a romantic dinner or drinks.

Date of stay: August 2012
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
5  Thank Yoko F
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Reviewed August 19, 2012

I stayed in the Good Time Resort with three friends in March for about 10 days and we had a really great time! I've been travelling for 8 months now, which means that I've stayed in a lot of hotels and guesthouses around Asia and I can't remember when have stayed in a place with better service then the Good Time Resort.

Our time at the Good Times Resort:
At the beginning there was a little misunderstanding with the A/C. We expected to have an A/C in both floors of the house, but in the ground floor there was only a fan. We talked to the owner about it and he gave us two options: A discount on the room rate or they would build in an A/C asap. We choosed to have the A/C asap, and it took the Good Times no more then 24 hours to build it for us, a brand new AC. Of course, they gave us the discount for the first 24 hours without A/C too.
While we were there, the owner of the Good Times (Yodying) was around to check the new houses in the hotel, and check everything was alright. Because he was around at the time, he kindly took us on a free island tour, as a gesture of compensation, which was really nice.

Location:
You should be aware, that it's not directly at the beach, but therefore we had a jacuzzi on the balcony and a pool to swim in close to the house. Both beaches are around about the same distance from the hotel.

Values:
- Nice Breakfast
- If you're tired from the beaches around the island, you can borrow a DVD (for free) from the big DVD library above the restaurant and relax in the evening, watch a DVD in your house.
- Clean and spacious rooms in really good condition
- Nice and clean Bathrooms without surprises
- Friendly and helpful staff

In total four of five stars, because the houses are not directly at the beach.
It's not the cheapest option to stay on Koh Mak, but it's definitly worth the money!

Date of stay: March 2012
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5  Thank JulianN461
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Reviewed August 18, 2012

My husband and I stayed at one of the villas on Good Time Resort for three weeks in August and had a wonderful stay.

Good Time Resort is situated amongst botanic gardens on the beautiful island of Koh Mak. The resort is only 300 meters from two of the best beaches on the island as well as nearby resorts and restaurants. Scooters and bikes were also available to rent at the resort when we wanted to go exploring.

The resort has a peaceful swimming pool, which I found large enough to swim laps in during my free time. There is also a spa on the property as well as a delicious Thai Restaurant. The restaurant boasts stunning views of the ocean and the nearby islands in the Marine National Park. The restaurant serves up great Thai dishes and desserts, but it also has an extensive Western menu as well for the non-adventurous eaters! We also enjoyed the restaurant’s complete buffet-style breakfast. Looking out over the water from the restaurant's patio with a plate of eggs & pancakes was the perfect start to our days!

Some of the villas have WiFi connectivity, but the main building of Good Time Resort has a comfy office space with WiFi where we relaxed, played games, read books and watched movies from their collection of 400 books and DVDs.

The staff at the resort are extremely friendly and attentive and will work with you to arrange day trips on and off the island as well as any transportation you may need during your stay.

My husband and I were looking for a place we could escape it all for three weeks and Koh Mak was perfect. It is a very small and isolated island that is not built up like many Thai islands. Koh Mak is quiet and peaceful - There is not much to do besides relaxing, catching up on work, and exploring the beautiful nature and beaches. Nightlife here is almost non-existent, as the bars and restaurants are very quiet and are not open late... We personally loved it!

Koh Mak is best for families and couples looking for a true getaway.

Overall, we had an amazing stay at Good Times and on the stunning island of Koh Mak.

Date of stay: August 2012
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8  Thank Meg R
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Reviewed July 12, 2012

We really enjoyed our stay at Good Time Resort. It is perfectly placed on a ridge line that runs down the middle of a narrow part of the small island of Koh Mak. It's a gentle walk to either of two excellent beaches, one to the north, the other to the south, each only 10 or 15 minutes walk. We stayed in a cottage-like house, nice and clean and quiet. The arrangement of the resort is excellent, with a scattering of cottages that are set apart from each other with paths through a beautiful garden. The grounds are neither the clear-cut jungle sort one sometimes finds, nor the standard overly-manicured lawn, but a carefully-landscaped hillside with beautiful plants and some sculptures, designed and developed by the owners and their staff. It's impressive now ands only going to become more lush with time. The accommodations are comfortable and private and a short walk up to the main house where breakfasts and other meals are served. They have a large DVD collection and excellent WiFi bandwidth (but for the usual ISP interruptions that are beyond their control). What makes Koh Mak special is that it is a private island, owned by a large Thai family, and they are stewards of this island with a sense of responsibility towards preserving its beauty. You will not find go-go bars, cheap run down dives or places that cater to the very wealthy. Koh Mak is natural and beautiful. The beaches are simply gorgeous. You get a bit used to seeing perfect soft clean sand and water that is almost too warm. It's close to idilic. They take recycling seriously, clean up the beaches of plastic and there is even on-island processing planned. They do not want to overdevelop this island like has happened to so many others. I liked their attitude!

We were very happy with our choice of the Good Time Resort. The family that runs the place are on-site, very personable, helpful, knowledgable, and with both European and Thai roots, they understand both cultures. It's purposefully not aspiring to be a many-star mega-resort. It is very comfortable and residential feeling, not a black-glass-and-marble-infinity-pool place. It's more like a tropical home, with great coffee (fresh real coffee)... ahhhh...

Oh, and go kayaking... there are three tiny islands very close in, two off of the beach to the south beach, and one of the other beach to the north. You needn't be highly experienced in kayaking (just sensible,and take extra water and sun block).. .and get the hang of it paddling about, then head off! You get a great workout, get to own your own deserted island for an hour or so (we were the only ones on the islands we visited, or it sure seemed so!) and it's great fun. And then, once back on shore, it is only a few minutes up from the beach and you can rest at the Good Time Resort. RECOMMENDED!!!

Date of stay: July 2012
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7  Thank professor-type
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Reviewed May 19, 2012

As we travelled with kids arround Thailand, we had some worries to stay on a remote island, but found out, that this resort was the best place for us with the kids to stay. Maybe not the most luxery resort, but the most family orientated resort. The house was bigger then I thought and the management was very well and personal organized by the owner. The kids loved the toys and the playground near they restaurant.

Room tip: We got the Sugarcane house, which was very spacious and near the pool.
Date of stay: February 2012
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4  Thank Kurt E
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Management response:Responded June 22, 2012

Dear Guest,
Thank you for your nice feedback and we are happy your kids also liked to stay with us.
Please come back and visit Koh Mak again.

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