We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Rooms charge resort prices but are very basic. They had double booked rooms so we and another family were offered staff accomodation as if they were doing us a huge favour. The accomodation was unacceptable- see pictures. Rather than apologise and upgrade us they downgraded...More
We stayed in a bungalow, this is important because some of the rooms in the new-build bit looked pretty decent, but our bungalow was absolutely terrible. The decor is incredibly dated, I've not seen a TV like that since 1996, the bed was OK but...More
We stayed at Diamond Cave for 3 nights at the beginning of our Thailand trip. The property itself is gorgeous- bright orange bungalows, a huge rock cliff, monkeys, and a beautiful pool. Staying on the east side means you have a little bit more of...More
Ok bungalow room in tiny Railey. Not a lot of places in general to stay in Railey so this place was actually pretty good. Room was cozy with AC and a fan. Bed was kind of hard not the most comfortable. TV was fuzzy and...More
Location was great, was very picturesque, the staff's English was very good and they were helpful, Perfect location as so close to the beach, and just a short walk to Railey beach too. the gardens were very green, and the monkeys around were cool. We...More
That isn't at all surprising - the resort doesn't put much emphasis at all on guest relations. You will almost certainly be able to find a taxi to take you to the Ao Nammao pier (I'm almost certain this is the correct pier... More
That isn't at all surprising - the resort doesn't put much emphasis at all on guest relations. You will almost certainly be able to find a taxi to take you to the Ao Nammao pier (I'm almost certain this is the correct pier) from the airport. If you want to go even cheaper, take a 'SongTaeow' converted pickup truck. Once you land on Railay, you will need to walk to the hotel, but it isn't far - just turn right down the beach, and follow the path pretty much until the end.
Don't expect too much from this place.