We stayed in anyavee Tubkaek for 10 nights in Feb 2012.
Had a couple of issues at first... We were meant to have a sea view deluxe and had a pretty poor sea view (room 724) so asked to move. For the record, the deluxe rooms are very good - big bed, bathroom with separate shower/bath/toilet areas, big balcony, good tv&dvd player. Got moved to 505 which is in the older part of the hotel - a nice room again with a four poster bed, great views, big jacuzzi. However, there were plumbing issues with this room which resulted in a terrible smell. We were moved to a jacuzzi deluxe (624) - a big room with a great huge balcony with sea views&a jacuzzi on it. Finally - 3 rooms in 3 nights!
The rest of the stay was very pleasurable with few issues. A few points:
Location is on the gorgeous Tubkaek beach alongside 3 other resorts. The Amari Vogue to the right and Tubkaek Krabi boutique resort to the left, followed by the Tubkaek sunset resort at the far end of the beach. Amari and Boutique are both a higher class of resort (number 1&2 on here in Krabi). We spent time in both, particularly Amari, but from what I've heard they aren't worth the extra money for the rooms. I'd advise - stay in Anyavee, eat at the Amari. Tubkaek sunset has a very reasonably priced bbq most nights, i'd recommend. Anyway, back to the location. It is isolated, but if you want to relax and enjoy the beauty of this area then it's perfect. A tip - I would recommend every one stopped off the the seven eleven store on the way from the airport and picked up water, juice, alcohol, snacks etc. Large bottles of water here are 60baht plus tax/service, they're 14baht in the 7-11.
Restaurants - breakfast is decent. Not a huge choice, but the fresh fruit/pancakes/waffles did me just fine. They could improve on this. The restaurant is nice though, and staff are friendly. The beach restaurant where you eat lunch/dinner is a nice setting, and food is reasonably priced. We never ate a bad meal there, I particularly liked the spring rolls and mango&sticky coconut rice desert. However - the entertainment is Awful. The same singing woman every night, terribly out of tune. The man who plays with her is much better. Nice lady I'm sure, but she put us off eating/drinking there within her performance hours.
Service - Hotel staff were all very friendly and helpful. As mentioned we ate and drank in all local restaurants and the Anyavee staff were by far the most attentive.
I would recommend this hotel to people not wanting to fork out a bomb to stay on Tubkaek beach. Lovely place, good value.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Anyavee Tubkaek Beach Resort invites you to experience our little piece of private paradise where the sky meets the endless sea. A cluster of villas cascade through verdant gardens, sloping down to the shore and looking out on the dramatic Hong Islands speckled in the cerulean Andaman Sea. High grey-shingled roofs pepper the line of sight, gables arched into lotus bud sculptures - the Buddhist symbol of purity - setting a peaceful undertone for the resort experience. In the Building Wing, architectural elements reference the mosques of traditional nearby communities, paying symbolic respect to the cultural harmony that defines this stunning region of the Thai Kingdom. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Anyavee Tubkaek Beach Hotel Nong Thale
- Anyavee Tubkaek Beach Resort Krabi, Thailand