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Moonwalk Lanta Resort

509 Moo 2, Saladan, Baan Klong Khong, Koh Lanta, Thailand 81150 (Show on map)

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Above average
based on 75 reviews
  • Area: Baan Klong Khong
  • Rooms : 30
  • Free Wi-Fi

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Deluxe Sea View
Deluxe Garden View
Standard Garden Air Conditioning
Standard Garden Fan
Standard Garden Fan
Standard Garden Air Con
Deluxe Garden View
Deluxe Sea View


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Features of Moonwalk Lanta Resort

24-hour room service

airport transfer


bicycle rental

car park

coffee shop


laundry service


room service

safety deposit boxes


Sports and Recreation



outdoor pool

pool (kids)

private beach



free Wi-Fi in all rooms

Wi-Fi in public areas


car park


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Built in 2010, this property is a must-try when you are visiting Koh Lanta. Placed between Pra Ae Beach and Baan Klong Khong Beach, the resort boasts 15 fully furnished bungalows in a peaceful setting, fitted with contemporary Thai styling and an emphasis on modern comfort. There are water sports for the active vacationers and indoor games and spa facilities for those on a relaxing holiday. The pool on-site offers the ultimate in relaxation while the outdoor restaurant and bar offers a spectacular view of Andaman Sea, featuring Thai and international dishes. With fantastic deals and extraordinary views, you can’t go wrong with Moonwalk Lanta Resort. Built in 2010, this property is a must-try when you are visiting Koh Lanta. Placed between Pra Ae ... see more
Children and extra beds:
Infant 0-1 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Children 2-9 year(s)
Must use an extra bed

Guests over 9 years old are considered as adults.

Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room policy for more details.

When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.

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Edmund A. Couples New Zealand, January 4, 2014

Swimming pool and location by the beach. Can't think of 3 good things.
The hotel and the swimming pool were good but the bedroom and bathroom were unclean and too small. It took a lot of effort to get the staff to change the blood stained bed sheets and pillow cases. The restaurant staff were very inattentive and hopelessly slow. But they got better towards the end of our stay. The beach was not the best on the island but it was great at low tide as all the rocks were exposed. Given the state of the rooms this place was overpriced.
Nicholas N. Couples United Kingdom, December 26, 2013
They certainly tried very hard

Sunset on Klong kong
We enjoyed our stay at this hotel, however we felt they had never left the resort as their island travel advice was quite misguided. We hired a driver to take us to lanta old town. The driver had absolutely no idea where he was going, drove straight past our destination and broke down in the middle of nowhere and left us stranded in a remote part of the island kilometers away from anywhere. The sun was baking and there was very little shade and we had to find our own way back. We learned it was much better to learn how to drive a scooter. The breakfast which was included was not appetising. We enjoyed everything else about the hotel but spent most of our time at mushrooms bar.
Are K. Solo travelers Sweden, February 28, 2013
Good location, nice pool but smelly bungalow

The location and the pool
The place is alright, but a bit expensive for what you get. There are better alternatives. The bungalow smelled a lot from muld and felt a bit unhealthy to sleep in. Location is good though - close to good restaurants and beach. Moonwalks restaurant is ok, but the thaifood comes without spices. Do not order the papaya salad.
David H. Couples Canada, February 12, 2013
mixed feelings about this budget hotel

simple clean accomodations
Our expectations were are a bit higher than a broken toilet tank, no electric outlets no shower stall, no closet/table or surface to put anything on... but the bed and the floor. Ok if you're happy with backpack+ basics..but we left 2days into a10 day booking. OH,did anyone mention that the beach is a lunar landscape of unwalkable coral at low tide? Hence the hotel name. Yikes
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: Lots of small good cheap local food grass hut restaurants just yards away along the 'beach'
Gino C. Families with older children Switzerland, January 5, 2013
A real shame

I booked a bungalow in this hotel after seing beautiful pictures. What an awful disenchantment when it turned out that the so-called bungalow was actually more of a dark rabbit-hutch, near the staff rooms . No to mention that the room was not cleaned during my stay. Avoid this place, there are plenty of nicer resort in Ko Lanta.
Brian R. Solo travelers Denmark, December 28, 2012
A once in a lifetime experience, hopefully

Nice sunsets, nice cats at the premises
One ceiling light and bed side lamp did not work and were not fixed. The curtains were made of a fabric so flimsy you could look right through them. The fridge was dirty and reeked of stale beer. TV set was defective. The door fitted poorly to its frame, and there was no mosquito net. The a/c worked fine, but was so noisy that I could not sleep for it. Luckily, there was a ceiling fan. The door to the bathroom was broken. The bathroom itself was dirty and mouldy. There was warm water in the shower, but not in the fosset, which was defective. The sink was rattly, as it was not fixed proberly to the wall. During my six days stay, the bathroom was not cleaned and bed linen was not changed. Shampoo and soap were not refilled, those I had to provide myself. There was nowhere to dry clothes except on the small bench in front of the bungalow. Thai style mattress, i.e. very hard. The owner (?) speaks English very poorly, especially when the communication is problem oriented. The economics manager had a very hard time understanding the concept of a receipt. The only person who understood a little more English was a Burmese girl in the reception who fought a brave battle, but appearantly had too much to take care of - a lot slipped through her fingers. The kitchen is ok, overpriced however, compared to the many excellent small restaurants nearby which serve tasty, fresh and honest meals. The breakfast is basic, to be kind. Service at the restaurant is hesitant and incompetent. In general, orders were forgotten, confused or just botched... again, there are many good alternatives nearby. I do not go to Ko Lanta to stay in my hotel room all day. Three stars and the price charged considering, I expected something entirely different. I have stayed in "primitive" two stars resorts in Thailand, with much higher service standards than this place.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: A must on Ko Lanta is to rent a motorbike to get around and see the island and explore beaches, caves, the National Park in the south etc. Just be sure to check brakes, horn etc. and to point out damages already done to the bike, before you agree to the lease (speaking from experience - I rented bikes twice at the resort. The first one, the resort tried to make me responsible for an old damage, and the second one had among other things a defect rear brake. Fairly enough the resort paid me back my money without questions, and I rented a bike a the neighbour shop). There are many other rentals close to the resort. Buy your gasoline at the many road stalls - it's cheaper than at the resort, and you get to meet nice people. Eating in the neighbourhood is great. There are a lot of good small restaurants up and down the road.
Trista D. Groups Canada, April 14, 2012
Nice rooms but not the most helpful staff

Clean room with good a/c
we stayed here for 3 nights from apr 13-16/12. stayed in an a/c room which was quite nice. the pool was small and warm, but it was still a place to get wet and cool off. overall the food was good, but in a few dishes there was a few unwanted extras...ants. the only real complaint i have is with the staff. they were not very helpful and recommended we go outside of the hotel to book a ferry ride to koh phi phi because it was cheaper. i'm still not sure if they were truly trying to save us money or they just didn't want to help. overall it was an alright stay, but i probably wouldn't stay again. can definitely find the same quality of hotel for the same price with more helpful staff elsewhere.
Travel tip: If you are looking for a place to just relax this place is ok. But if you want any kind of a night life, definitely stay toward the north end.
Karen K. Couples United Kingdom, February 28, 2012
Nice lodges but too expensive for what you get!

Pool and location to beach
We booked a standard lodge and it was not a lodge! It was a concrete block at the back of the resort amongst the cleaning facilities. The picture displayed on Agoda is not a true reflection of the standard accommodation. This is superior or delux and costs a lot more. Quite misleading. Having said that the pool was nice and beach lovely.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: We hired motorbikes from a small shop down the road from the hotel. It was much cheaper - 170b for 24hrs instead of the 250b quoted by the hotel. Well worth it to explore the island
Lee H. Couples United Kingdom, February 21, 2012
Really bad rooms with no wifi, or tv reception

Food was ok
Male staff were rude and often argued with female staff rooms not as advertised with no wifi and no tv reception. Hotel didnt want to don anything about it would never go back to this hotel as overall one of the worst hotels I have ever stayed in.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: 4 islands tour and phi phi
Kristin M. Couples United States of America, February 17, 2012
No frills room in a great location

Nice pool, breakfast included, great beach with lots of cool restaurants/bars
I would not recommend getting a room without AC. We were there in February and it was unpleasant to stay in a fan only room. There was no furniture at all in the room so when I say basic I mean just a bed. The staff were friendly and the location was worth it, you don't go to Koh Lanta to sit in a hotel room.
Sightseeing/Attractions Tip: Rent a scooter and explore the whole island, it's definitely worth it (but keep in mind if something goes wrong or you get a flat tire, like our friends did, you will be expected to pay the cost.
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