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They gave us a lovely bungalow included in the cost of certifying to dive, PADI. Lovely place with friendly and helpful staff. Great view of a lovely beach, even though the water is a bit too shallow for swimming. There are two pools that make...More
I want to say that the room is normal, nothing out of the ordinary, but spend a few pleasant days. Thanks to the staff. I will be back soon.Thailand is a magnificent place and full of corners to explore.
We visited this place on December 2017. It is absolutelly wonderful place!!! The beautiful and clean beach. It was really amazing Christmas holiday ever and we was happy to be there.
But the toilet in bungalow wasn't separated from the room.
We made reserves with this hotel and they picked us up at the ferry in Mae Head. Check in was quick and seamless with a porter taking our bags to our rooms.
We chose to stay on the beach side as we are snorklers. Breakfast...More
The hotel is quite old and tired but it's clean. We stayed in the Paradise resort at the top and it was wonderful - the views are breathtaking! It was very quiet when we stayed, which was nice. There are a lot of steps to...More
US$16 - US$86 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#14 Top resorts Hotel in Koh Tao
#15 On the Beach Hotel in Koh Tao
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We have 3 superior rooms booked for 3 nights towards the end of February. How have the rains affected this resort. I am getting kinda worried.
18 January 2017|
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You should be worried! In Feb the seawater is churned up + muddy; the paths are crumbling + the superior rooms (which are really of 'standard' quality) are all sodden because there is no drainage (just 1/2 meter above... More
You should be worried! In Feb the seawater is churned up + muddy; the paths are crumbling + the superior rooms (which are really of 'standard' quality) are all sodden because there is no drainage (just 1/2 meter above sea-level).