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The Lost Resort Koh Samet

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Stockholm, Sweden
Reviewed 31 December 2014 via mobile

This tiny hotel is just 2 min walk from the beach. Since it's not located right on the beach there is a lot of mosquitoes when the suns sets. That means that using the little balcony outside the room is likely giving you some bites. However the staff puts up some mosquito repellant every night that at least minimizes the...

1Thank emmamart
Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand
Reviewed 10 December 2014 via mobile

Went for a long weekend and this was literally the last place we could find with any rooms. If you're going during a long weekend and want to Be near the gay part of the island (tubtim beach and silver sands) this location is great. The air con was good, the bed was sufficient, but it's certainly not at all...

1Thank 485Justin888
Reviewed 30 October 2014 via mobile

I only stayed two nights in this place on koh samet island. It is more a backpackers place and not a hotel. I think for the price it is ok. The rooms were ok, but not so clean. The staff was really nice and friendly.

2Thank Thomas1976thomas
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Reviewed 8 September 2014

My wife and I booked this place for around 700 baht per night. We stayed for two nights and i would say that was plenty. The place was not bad, as clean and nice as it should be for the price. Pros Cheap Decent room Great Wifi from Room Quiet Beds are moderately comfortable Cons Tons of mosquitos Shower is...

3Thank Elias R
Reviewed 8 June 2014 via mobile

I'm writing this review because I think that this resort deserves better reviews. Ok, it is not a five star resort, but it is one of the cheapest (weekday around B 800), with a really nice and clean room. It is basic, but has a nice bed, tv, aircondition, and a private bathroom. De staff is very friendly though. We...

3Thank Aimy I
Reviewed 25 March 2013

This guesthouse is a good choice for backpackers on a budget that want a clean room with AC. It's really basic rooms, double bed, hot shower. It's aprox 7-10 min walk to the beach up/down a hill but for 1000bath it's worth it. Though it was clean i still felt like the bed had flees or beg buds, we got...

5Thank ValliGulla
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 25 February 2013

This place is run by a British expat and is about a 7 minute walk from the beach, up the hill and in a grove. The rooms are simple but clean and, for this price, you will enjoy warm showers, an in-room mini-fridge, a TV with English-speaking channels, free WiFi, A/C, and 2 waters of mineral water each day. It's...

2Thank LooseOfLimits
Leeds, United Kingdom
Reviewed 22 January 2013

after a little walk up hill on a bad road(which i new about so not fussed- only 400 yards) i manage to get a room here,was a bit pricey but demand was high so thats business! any how, the owner was fine with me straight talking and to the point. the place was set on a hill side nice and...

2Thank skinnyEngland
Tokyo, Japan
Reviewed 14 July 2012

We ended up at this resort by co-incidence, during a Thai holiday weekend, with most places fully booked. They are a bit of a walk from the beach and we got one of the last large rooms. They were clean and had air-con. This is not Bangkok, but an island with still many backpackers, so we were quite happy and...

9Thank Roger H
Bristol, United Kingdom
Reviewed 12 July 2012

I stayed here during the low season, and have to say that the price I paid for a similar hotel and room was much cheaper than on Koh Chang. I would recommend this hotel to those not on a budget but not wanting to be extravagant either but still want some home comforts

2Thank Robbie M

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Address: Ko Samet, Thailand
Region: Thailand > Rayong Province > Ko Samet
Number of rooms: 10
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“I like the rooms at the very end at the top”
Wombofisis, 9 Mar 2015 | Read review
“Not a place you would want to stay a week. Great for getting your bearings, exploring the island to find a new place to stay, and moving on in 1-2 days max.”
396eliasr, 8 Sep 2014 | Read review
“take a torch, the road outside gets dark quick.”
skinnyEngland, 21 Jan 2013 | Read review
“Look at them first! They don't mind showing you what is vacant.”
RogerH895, 14 Jul 2012 | Read review
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