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based on 1376 reviews
  • Cleanliness 8.5
  • Facilities 7.4
  • Location 7.5
  • Room comfort and quality 8.3
  • Service 8.3
  • Value for money 8.3
  • Food and dining 7.3
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Tan from Malaysia
Couples
Stayed 1 night in July 2015
View is very nice
Clean
Reviewed August 01, 2015

Raymond from Australia
Couples
Stayed 6 nights in July 2015
Great resort
Location,pool and beach
Our stay was great as far as location goes. The only downer was the noisy long tail boats I think they should look into fitting noise suppression mufflers as I'm sure this would increase business for all boat owners as well.
Reviewed July 31, 2015

Lionel from Singapore
Couples
Stayed 2 nights in July 2015
Not so good experience
Only the view as we booked the junior honeymoon room
The free/included breakfast was very limited in variety. Expect the usual orange syrup/milk/water, croissants and some other bread, 2 types of those cheap processed sausages, fried rice, processed rolled meat or something like that and that is basically it. That's not only it, there were many flies around the food especially on the bread stuff as they were displayed without any cover. From Ao Nam Mao Pier, we took a hired a personal long tail boat trip direct to the resort which cost us 700 bhat (one way). If you are willing to wait, there are a few scheduled free shuttle long tail boat trips from the Pier direct to the Resort. You have to check with the resort for the scheduled timings. The other alternative is there is scheduled long tail boat trips every hour from the Ao Nam Mao Pier to Railay East Beach Pier which cost $150 bhat per person i think. However, do note that from Railay East Beach Pier to the Resort is a 15 minute walk which ia quite easy because you just have to walk straight through the twist and turns along the way.. meaning there are no junctions for you to decide whether to turn left or right. Expect many mosquitoes outside the rooms as it is situated in a natural forested area. Once inside the room, expect a few bugs also as they will come through the vents/small holes within the room. I found my towel a little dirty and the bed sheet a little stained but otherwise is okay. Furniture and floor finish are not good condition as there are many scratches etc. There are only 16 TV channels for entertainment but anyway the night entertainment at railay East/West beach pub/bars are good enough for you to explore.
Reviewed July 29, 2015

Laura from United Kingdom
Groups
Stayed 2 nights in July 2015
Peaceful location, gorgeous hotel
The staff were all very friendly and helpful. The hotel is set into the hillside, providing amazing views. Despite the climb to our room, it was spacious and very comfortable.
Great hotel, but get ready to climb!
Reviewed July 26, 2015

Carmen from Malaysia
Couples
Stayed 2 nights in July 2015
Nice Resort
room facing sea , toilet nice , silently
A bit far from the pier , but you can request the long tail boat to drop you in front of the resort , we prefer walk from pier to resort , so you have chance to look around Railay , if you don't mind to walk some distance , this is a highly recommended place.
Reviewed July 20, 2015

Brendan from Singapore
Couples
Stayed 7 nights in July 2015
Living Among Nature
Natural Living - Unique Experience - Wonderful Hpusekeeping Staff
Great Experience but missed free boat transfer. Had to take a private long tail boat to Raily Beach. Made a 20 minute vertical hike over steep and rocky undulations, tugging a 25 kg luggage. Almost Died when reached the reception. Had No energy to check in.
Reviewed July 13, 2015

Angel from Singapore
Couples
Deluxe Cottage
Stayed 4 nights in June 2015
Perfect for chill beach getaway
Stylish modern treehouses with rustic charm, lovely balcony with unobstructed view (foliage and ocean), private yet convenient location
It was low season and peacefully quiet with only a smattering of guests noticeable throughout the day, at the pool and resort restaurant. Staff is friendly and professional. The resort provides boat shuttles and airport pickups, everything went smoothly. The stylish modern treehouses are impeccably clean with rustic earthy charm, perfect for those seeking budget boutique experiences. It's the last resort on the stretch, situated a bit higher up than most, and comes with a lovely balcony with an unobstructed view, within sight of the ocean past all the foliage. The resort is private yet only a short walking distance to amenities and the attractions of pristine beaches and cliffs and caves. Great food, cocktails and hammocks at Tew Lay, then further to Railay East there's Joy Pizza (addictive thin crust pizza and cheap but good cocktails) and other bars and restaurants. Railay West is nearby, with more touristy shops and beach. Best beach is Phra Nang, a smaller and more secluded spot. All in all, a lovely and romantic getaway spot ideal for those on a budget, seeking a modern, relaxing and fuss-free getaway on paradise beaches.
Reviewed July 01, 2015

SHUANGYAO from China
Couples
Deluxe Cottage
Stayed 3 nights in June 2015
Wonderful breakfast and swimming pool.
Great Breakfast. Cool Swimming pool. Nice staff.
While, best place to relax and do nothing. Enjoy every moments.
Reviewed June 25, 2015

Ricky from Malaysia
Couples
Stayed 2 nights in October 2014
Hotel with a bit far but quiet
Privacy, quietness and good staff
Reviewed June 20, 2015

Marc from United Kingdom
Couples
Deluxe Cottage
Stayed 2 nights in June 2015
A Railay nice stay
I loved the location, arriving by boat on to the sand of the resorts private beach was certainly a highlight. The room was well equipped with a nice mix of traditional Thai and modern elements.
The stay was great with the balance of the lush green settings of the grounds and the well finished modern pool side you really feel at peace within the beautiful Railay surroundings. I was particularly pleased knowing that you can escape the busy strip along the beaches to the oasis of calm and the polished comforts of a well serviced and designed hotel. Certainly worth a visit if you want a true getaway from the commercialised nature of other hotels and resorts.
Reviewed June 15, 2015


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