Very good 7.1
Based on 23 reviews

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About this property


Whether you're a tourist or traveling on business, Laoliang Island Resort is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Trang. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Laoliang Island Resort also offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Trang. Guests of the hotel can enjoy on-site features like airport transfer, family room, restaurant, tours, coffee shop.

Laoliang Island Resort is home to 25 bedrooms. All are tastefully furnished and many even provide such comforts as non smoking rooms, shared bathroom. The hotel's private beach, garden, water sports (non-motorized) are ideal places to relax and unwind after a busy day. Laoliang Island Resort is your one-stop destination for quality hotel accommodations in Trang.
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Internet access

  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms

Getting around

  • Airport transfer

Things to do, ways to relax

  • Garden
  • Private beach
  • Tours
  • Water sports (non-motorized)

Dining, drinking, and snacking

  • Bar
  • Coffee shop
  • Restaurant(s)

Services and conveniences

  • Smoking area

For the kids

  • Family room


  • Pets allowed
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When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Useful info

Number of Rooms : 25
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Very good

based on 23 reviews
  • Cleanliness 6.5
  • Location 8.7
  • Room comfort and quality 7.0
  • Service 7.1
  • Value for money 7.0
  • Food and dining 6.2
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Carrie from United States
Family with teens
Stayed 2 nights in February 2015
Gorgeous and unspoiled
Location, activities, beach
If you've ever wanted to jump off of a crowded tour boat and swim to one of the beautiful deserted beaches that you're zooming past, this might fulfill that fantasy. Ko Laoliang was stunningly beautiful, and it was so peaceful to have the place mostly to ourselves. But, you have to go into it thinking of it as camping. If you think of it as camping, you will be thrilled to have a mattress in your tent and a flush toilet and to have someone else making the pancakes. But it is not a luxury experience by any stretch...if you want orchid displays at the buffet or all of the zippers on your tent to work then you will be disappointed. For us, having an unspoiled beach like this in the middle of all of the southern Thailand tourist madness felt like heaven.
Reviewed March 07, 2015

Frederik from Germany
Stayed 4 nights in February 2015
Great place to relax and not do much
Reviewed February 16, 2015

Johannes from South Africa
Stayed 3 nights in January 2015
The beach
Unspoiled paradise. Amazing private beach with epic snorkeling.
Reviewed January 30, 2015

Robert from Netherlands
Stayed 3 nights in January 2014
Camping on an almost deserted island
Great location
Beautifull island, very friendly staff. Besides rock climbing or kayaking there is not much to do. Food is not that good, but that is well compensated by the location.
Reviewed January 29, 2014

Robert from Australia
Stayed 3 nights in January 2014
Minimal people and lots of cool crabs
climbing near, beautiful water and beach
It was a great place to end our stay in Thailand, definitely one of the quietest beaches I've ever been to. For climbing it was great. We could walk out our tents and within 5 minutes could be climbing. The routes are nice with nice features, lots of tuffas and pockets and when we were there no people :P amazing. I heard from people that it was difficult to get to, maybe in recent years it was because it's not really near anything. But we managed to find our way there alright with the help from staff, We came from Koh Yoa Noi and travelling through Krabi - Trang - Pier - Koh Lao Liang in no more than half the day, but started early. Amazing place and well worth the visit.
Reviewed January 20, 2014

Blankenship from United States
Stayed 1 night in December 2013
Island Paradise
The best things about this hotel were its location on a beautiful island in Petra National Park. This island is great for snorkeling, climbing, kayaking, fishing and just relaxing.
Reviewed January 10, 2014

Krzysztof from Australia
Stayed 2 nights in December 2013
great island, dirty beach, overpriced transfer
small island with beautiful beach, castaway
This was the most expensive part of our 4 weeks trip throughout Thailand. Definitely overpriced transfer to the island by long tail boat and from the island to the main land boat was even more expensive ! once you are there you need to take the boat back so you will pay any price! - That's their way of thinking! The island itself is beautiful, beach is small and still there is a lot of trashes there - that's the next thing we didn't like, staff is doing nothing whole day, they could at least clean the beach from plastic bottles etc... place worth to visit but expect to pay top $$$ for transfer and do not expect to find a pristine island.
Reviewed January 08, 2014

Hannah from United Kingdom
Stayed 2 nights in December 2012
Rustic but chilled out on a beautiful island
Stunning scenery, free kayaks, chilled out atmosphere
This place was one of the highlights of our Thailand trip. It is a bit of a pain to get to due to the fact that Tigerline ferry doesn't seem to stop there anymore, you have to charter a longtail which can end up expensive, especially if you are travelling alone or just a couple of you. Once you arrive however, you cannot fail to be amazed at the stunning limestone islands rising steeply out of the sea, with transparent water and some good snorkelling. The accommodation is rustic but great - tents have plenty of room for luggage, and even a lamp and a fan and electrical outlet inside. Mattresses were clean and comfortable. Shared cold-water bathrooms were clean, although when the gen set isn off and there are no lights the showers can be a bit too dark. Food is canteen-style with bain maries laid out where you help yourself - there are BBQ prawns and fish in the evening and breakfast is pretty good - comparable to what you get in fancier and more expensive resorts, with fried rice, pancakes, cereal/yoghurt/milk, toast with jam, nutella, honey, fresh fruit, tea/coffee/milo. The islands are beautiful and definitely worth the trip out there. If you are laid back and don't mind camping, sharing bathrooms and not getting to pick your food from a menu for a couple of days, and want a fairly quiet, relaxing and chilled out beautiful place, then this is a must for you (one or two people were complaining about sleeping in a tent, that there was no milk for coffee but just powdered creamer...jeez just relax guys!!) It isn'e exactly the cheapest place to stay but you are paying for the exceptional location and lack of tourist hordes, and once you factor in the free kayak/snorkel rental, rock climbing and all included meals it doesn't look too bad.
Reviewed January 15, 2013

Crystal from United States
Stayed 3 nights in December 2012
Purely Wild
this is not for the traveler that likes to be spoiled. this is straight camping on a tropical island and is the first story we tell when explaing our month in thailand. the snorkel trip that the island takes you on is not worth the money just use their gear and go out on the beach that is there (it was amazingggggg). try the rockclimbing (even though you will be sore the next day). water monitor lizards walking around everywhere and you will have some potatoe bugs and occasional red ant in your tent.
Reviewed January 12, 2013

Sabrina from Denmark
Family with teens
Stayed 2 nights in November 2012
Wonderful island
Nature, activities
Lao Liang Island is a beautiful spot and absolutely one of my favorites of the Trang islands. It's very isolated, so it's great if you wanna experience a 'castaway' feeling. The accommodation is obviously quite primitive (since it's tents) and the food is very basic and a bit boring. We spend two nights there, which I think was fine. Less would have been too short and for a longer time you would really start to need a shower! The biggest down side is that it's a bit complicated to get there, since there are no public ferries. The 'resort' offer a shuttle service, which you can use if you travel alone. If you are two or more, I'd recommend to charter a long tail from Hat Yao for 2500 Baht per way. It's a much more scenic trip and you can arrive whenever you want. We had a bad experience because we had booked shuttle service with a morning departure. But because we had to wait for someone else, who arrived in Trang in the afternoon, we spend most of the day in Trang waiting. We arrived at the Island late afternoon. A private chartered long tail would only be a few 100 baht more, and then we would have had the whole day at the island.
Reviewed December 13, 2012


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