Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort
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Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort

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3.0
#5 of 5 small hotels in Ko Muk
3.7 of 5 bubbles
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3.2 of 5 bubbles
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3.1 of 5 bubbles
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2.8 of 5 bubbles
Value
The perfect getaway for families, couples and mature travellers, Riviera is set in a calm and peaceful location on the island’s premier white sandy beach. Individual air-conditioned bungalows are nestled in a spacious garden of coconut and cashew trees, with beautiful sunrise views of the Andaman Sea. With private tours to the famous Emerald Cave and secluded snorkelling bays, this family-owned resort also offers several land-based activities, including swimming pool, kayaks, mountain bikes, table tennis, badminton and library. The beachside restaurant serves sizzling Thai, Chinese, and Western cuisines. A full range of tours and transport options is available, and the managers are fluent in English and Thai. Profits from Riviera are used to fund a rural primary school for Thai kids with bilingual and environmental education at the core of its policy. The resort limits the use of disposable plastic and encourages guests to help keep this tranquil beach clean.
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Property amenities
Free public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool / beach towels
Free breakfast
Beach
Bicycle rental
Books, DVDs, music for children
Indoor play area for children
Street parking
Wifi
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast in the room
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Canoeing
Game room
Snorkelling
Fishing
Table tennis
Board games / puzzles
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Massage
BBQ facilities
Baggage storage
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
Express check-in / check-out
Private check-in / check-out
Laundry service
Room features
Air conditioning
Private beach
Housekeeping
Safe
Bottled water
Refrigerator
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Non-smoking rooms
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3.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Mid-range
Family
Languages Spoken
English, Thai

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111 Moo 2, Ko Muk 92110 Thailand
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Somewhat walkable
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MonMon wrote a review Mar 2021
Bangkok, Thailand13 contributions24 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The room was a bit dated and it was simple but it had all that you needed. Loved the outside seating area and just enjoying the surroundings. It was a shame the garden hasn’t been kept nicely as we went during low season and understand that the property wasn’t opened last year due to covid, but there’s definitely potential for it to be great at better times. The beach front was only suitable for swimming in the morning because of the tides but the sand was white and enjoyed the peaceful location. Overall this resort is ideal as the location was good and had lots of food options nearby (as the restaurant here wasn’t opened).
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Date of stay: March 2021
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Lily L wrote a review Mar 2023
Spain257 contributions50 helpful votes
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2.0 of 5 bubbles
Very outdated resort and needs a complete upgrade. The location makes up for all their problems as it is right on a long stretch of beach and the bungalow we booked was very spacious with views over the ocean. Air-conditioner worked but sounded like a tractor, the shower head is ancient and hardly works, the wheels fell off the bed when we moved it slightly. The sewerage outlet pipe runs straight into the property which is very unhygienic.too many issues to mention. Breakfast was not worth eating either so before you book if it's only for price then that may be fine but if you are looking for a clean updated place this is not for you. On the plus side the "customer relations" person and other staff are very kind and helpful.
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Date of stay: March 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Avoid if you value cleanliness. Location is good and bungalows are spacious.
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Em R wrote a review Jan 2024
18 contributions1 helpful vote
2.0 of 5 bubbles
This is not a place that we recommend. The beach near by is not nice and the room felt dirty and outdated. When you shower the water don’t go down in the pipe so it is very wet and slippery on the floor. Disgusting toilet, mirror and basin. The breakfast was really bad and if you’re a vegan or vegetarian you can only eat fruit and white bread.

The path to go the village is really bad with trash and smell. At 05:00 in the morning the iman start the prayer call. Not nice to wake up to when you’re on holiday and you’re not a muslim.

Koh Mook is not a place we will go back to. It felt dirty with all the trash and they are burning it which gives you a bad headache. Many stray dogs in poor condition. There is much nicer islands to go to than this one.
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Date of stay: January 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Scott P wrote a review Dec 2022
Newcastle2 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stay in the rooms on the beach front which are good value. Great views and a short stroll to the village, which is small and full of character. Breakfast is ok and the staff are nice. By all accounts not as good as it was pre covid but they are trying and good luck to them.
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Date of stay: December 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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DaveKenealy wrote a review Jan 2022
Dunmore East, Ireland28 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked in for a week but moved out to another hotel on the first morning . There was rubbish and hazards for children throughout the complex. There is no restaurant open now and there is construction at night.

They are taking bookings but reality is that hotel is not yet open for guests.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Discerning_Eye_USA wrote a review Jan 2015
Durham, North Carolina43 contributions97 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
First off, this place is not a resort. That should be made abundantly clear to anyone thinking of staying here. When I think of a resort, I think of a place where you are pampered and luxuries, like a spa, room service, maybe even a golf course, are readily available or accessible.

The Riviera Beach Resort does not even have hot water in the shower.

A bit of background, my brother and his girlfriend were coming to Thailand for the Christmas and New Year’s holiday season. While excited for their visit, I was nervous about the costs and availability of a good hotel in the islands of Trang during high season. My wife and I settled on Trang because we found a reasonable airfare and we thought Krabi, being the more popular destination, would be too crowded and overpriced.

I originally wanted to book something in Krabi. I had known of its aesthetic beauty and its more developed properties from earlier trips. But because we booked so late in December, I thought the Riviera in Trang would be a halfway decent property that would act as a springboard to more beautiful, less crowded beaches and islands in Trang.

I read many of the reviews on this website. There was definitely some hostility and a fair amount of speculation about this place. What I can tell you is that this hotel did not meet our expectations. This hotel is more like a commune than a resort. In essence, they want you to chip in and work for your stay, outside of the money you pay.

On their list of ways to, “make the most of your Riviera visit” posted in the dining area, they advise you to take a sand pail and pick up the broken glass that litters the beach directly in front of the hotel. Of course the broken glass is a direct result of the villagers getting wasted and then smashing their beer bottles against the rocks.

The beach directly in front of the property is not well kept. There is broken glass littering the sand so it is dangerous and there is also a fair amount of garbage and discarded plastic bags.

Keeping the grounds clean and safe for the guests is a responsibility that should fall on hotel management. If I’m paying a considerable sum to stay at this property, along with excessive high season fees and a shocking New Year’s Eve dinner surcharge, (I will get to that a little later) I don’t think it should be my job to clean up after the villagers.

Again, just one person’s opinion. But my thinking is that if the Riviera is even around in a few years, guests will show up and immediately be handed a hoe and a shovel and begin a “vacation” of backbreaking irrigation projects.

Of course, the next entry on that same list of “ways to make the most of your Riviera experience” is to purchase one of their Thai coffees, which comes with a shot of alcohol – and which is also the most expensive item on their shockingly overpriced food and beverage menu.

Hypocrisies like this are rampant at the Riviera Beach Resort. The hotel and its management try and come off as missionaries. But they are more than happy to bleed every red cent out of you that they can.

There is an underlying theme projected by Anita and Professor Laurence that, “There was nothing here until we showed up… and our hard work made it good.” But as hard as they try and force-feed this belief, the more apparent their nickel and diming efforts become.

“Want an extra triangle of toast with your breakfast?” – PAY ME!
“Want a fresh set of sheets on your bed?” – GOTTA WAIT THREE DAYS BECAUSE WE ARE PLAYING THE ECO-FRIENDLY CARD!
“Want a bucket of ice so you can chill a cold drink back in your room?” - SORRY, NO BUCKETS AND NO ICE MACHINE!
“Want a blanket to cover you while you sleep at night?” – I THINK WE MAY HAVE A FEW DIRTY OLD ONES WE CAN OFFER YOU…

These kinds of issues and responses left a bad taste. And for the price point that the Riviera demands, they should not be issues at all. The long and short of it is this, don’t stay here unless you fall into one of the following categories:

A.) You are a backpacker who would like to upgrade from a tent but still wants to “rough it”
B.) You are desperate to stay on a remote island in Thailand, and, like me, you waited till the last minute to book accommodations
C.) You want your son/daughter to start training for the Olympics and the peace and quiet that the hotel offers, along with the cold showers, will toughen them up and mentally prepare them for the challenges ahead

Breakfast is good but there is not enough of it. The scrambled eggs came out tasting lovely, but you only get a set breakfast, which consists of a plate of either bacon and eggs or pancakes/French toast. Two small pieces of melon arrive with each set, but that’s it. There is no buffet. Want anything extra, (a piece of toast, a strip of bacon, etc.) and you are paying an exorbitant cost.

Because we stayed over the New Year’s Holiday, we were given a “free” entrée for dinner each night. This was a steaming hot plate of sautéed vegetables and a choice of either squid, chicken or pork mixed in. It was tasty. I ate it on the nights that we stayed at the hotel for dinner.

On New Year’s Eve we were given a buffet dinner of fish, chicken and squid skewers. Each person in our party had to pay $45.00 for this mandatory gala dinner.

This is a slick upsell charge that hotels in Thailand force on their guests around this time of year. The Riviera is no different. Again, while the food was tasty, there was no way it was worth $45.00 per person. Keep this in mind if you are planning on staying in late December.

The Riviera is peaceful, aside from the morning prayers that bellow out from the nearby temple by way of loudspeaker each morning at sunrise. If you want to book trips to Emerald Cave or Koh Kradan you can easily do so at the hotel office for a decent price.

But you can also walk the five minutes into town and save about 500 Thai baht per trip. We priced out an Emerald Cave trip, as well as transportation back to Trang airport. Each time, the Riviera was 500 baht more than what any of the vendors located at the convenience stores quoted us.

If you have no other choice than to stay at the Rivera, remember that the Sivalai Beach Resort is a seven-minute walk to the left. Our party spent a number of afternoons lounging on their beach chairs and ordering food and drinks from their staff.

The Sivalai is the resort that we should have stayed at, if there was availability. Their beach, on both sides, is more beautiful, and it is well kept and pristine looking with its white sand. They also have a pool and themed buffet meals in the evening.

The Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort may be ideal for certain travelers. But it was not our cup of tea and we certainly will not be returning.
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Date of stay: January 2015
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The rooms are quite large. We stayed in skyroom #301. But it does not matter how big the room is...
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MikeinMunich87 wrote a review Feb 2015
Munich, Germany59 contributions33 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I wish more people reviewing on Trip Advisor could pass a test that could determine whether or not they had the politeness to post reviews or not.

The Koh Mook Riviera Beach resort was perfect for our 3 day stay and we would have easily stayed longer if we didn't have to fly home. The resort is quiet and you have access to a private beach with plenty of restaurants and cafes nearby as well as a 1 minute walk to the cutest little village full of lovely people. I really reccomend staying here. The staff were very friendly and always had a smile and were always willing to help and make you comfortable. It made the stay really nice. There was a free dinner offered every night which we sadly didn't go to because we spent our days lounging around the resort and wanted to explore the village/support the local restaurants at night. But this addition was very nice. The breakfast was also included in the price of hotel and it was nice. After two weeks in Thailand I didn't once see a breakfast buffet and honestly why do you complain about what one hotel does vs. the other. Isn't that the beauty of life - that we're all different. ;-) The breakfast pancakes were very good and the others looked good as well. I always ate the pancakes because they were so good.

The rooms I would give an 8.5/10. We stayed in the garden rooms and loved it. You don't always need the ocean right outside your window and the room was very quiet given that most rooms were booked throughout the time of our trip. We had a big bed, a fan, AC unit, big bathroom, a small futon and a tv. What else do you need? It was great. Was it 5 star hotel quality? No, but it was exactly what you needed at the beach: a quiet, open room with AC and a place to relax for a bit. The big sell for me was the screened doors and windows and most importantly the screened window in the bathroom. I can't tell you how comeforting it was to see the bugs/lizzards crawling knowing they CAN'T come in because the screen is letting them have fun and comforting the guest. GREAT JOB!

Just as a forewarning - the lowtide in the morning and evening is very low but you can walk very far out to the ocean and get a lovely LOVELY picturesque view of the sunsetting on the island and durring high tide (which is basically all day from 9 or 10 am until 5 or 6) you have crystal clear blue water that you dreamed of when reading your Thailand guide book!

I did dock a point and a half because as much as I enjoyed it I will say that the drain in the bathroom was a bit too high and the water couldn't drain properly and took much longer to drain. This was nowhere near a major issue but it is something I think should be dealt with. At the end of the day though it's like 100 degrees outside, you're in paradise let your worries go and relax!

I will reccomend this place to anyone and everyone. I did find it to be a bit too pricy for what you ultimately got but we also booked last minute and at the end of the day it wasn't the end of the world due to the good the hotel does for the community.

I really appreciate the desire the hotel has to help and give back to the community. The money for the booking goes to maintaining the grounds - the money from food goes to helping local women and children training them for work - and the money for from tours goes to helping marine wildlife conservation and research activities.

Please do yourself a favor and stay here and help give back a little. It's the least we can all do. Bring a nice book, relax on the beach and enjoy a cold Chang beer as the sun sets over paradise!
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Date of stay: February 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The garden rooms are perfect. The ocean views would be nice but not a neccessity. The high/low...
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Det M wrote a review May 2014
Kbh8 contributions12 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed for 3 nights and it was on a great beach with palms. We had a good room with tv and medicore, not-so-great bathroom. room at beachfront, beautiful in the morning. We had gekkos in the room, which took care of most insects. The staff was a little rude, with fake smiles. Bring cash because their visa machine was constantly broken. There was a diffrent resort at the other side of the island, where you could get money for a fee. The action is on the other side of the island. But there are scooter taxies whith room for 3-4 people, who drive across the island for 50bath pr person. Food at the resort was very expensive. If your travelling backpack style, there i a place called Coco lodge. We went there to eat berekfast every morning. Actually we spent most of out time there. The old coconut guy there has great cocunut stories and is a really great guy, who arrenges trips, to the sorrunding beaches and emerald cave. I love that guy and miss him. GO ON HIS TRIP!!!! Its 600bath for a day trip, with food. Its deff worth it!!! You will be suprised ;-) take your camera!!!

The riviera resort is for old couples and kids with families. And deff overprised.
We dont reccomend for young couples.
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Date of stay: January 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Tero L wrote a review Jan 2014
Helsinki22 contributions12 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Riviera is one of the best mid-range beach resorts I have ever stayed at. At first I was thinking of staying just few nights, but place was so superb that I stayed there 12 nights in skyroom no 1, which had beautiful garden view and it was only one minute walk from the peaceful beach.
Professional management, really helpful and friendly staff, good (but pricey) food, great location just by the beach and few minutes walk to village. I checked also other resorts, but In this price category I could not find better in Koh Mook. Really recommendable!
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Date of stay: December 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Skyroom no 1 (first one at upper floor) has best garden view and most privacy. If you prefer sea...
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Anna wrote a review Jul 2020
Stockholm, Sweden186 contributions75 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We LOVE this secret little island! So, me and my hubby travel a lot in Asia and Mook Island was a recommendation from one frequent traveler to another that usually go off the beaten path. And little did we know when we booked this place that it was run by an organisation who help buliding schools and pay for school fees in rural provinces (such as Trang), where the level of education is not comparable with Bangkok. So by living here, not only did we get to stay on a beach front hotel, but we supported a good cause at the same time.

Upon arrival we were greeted by a friendly Italian girl and the hotel manager Kahlil who spoke very good english. After checking us in, when we came down to get some water from the refill station (as this place is striving to be more eco-friendly and sustainable = no plastic used and much more), Kahlil told us a bit about this place - and why some things are operated differently. When low season, he leaves the island to teach english in rural schools where the foundation is supporting with english teachers and also sometimes with tuition fees for some kids in the villages. That was both heart warming and surprising since we did not read about this in the reviews on TA prior to our booking.
He then went on to tell us that all people working around the facilities are island born, mostly older women some with disabilities, that would not get a job anywhere else. Note that older here on the island means like 50 (which is no age). Sadly, these women are thought of to be no good to the other hotels and can't find a job anywhere else. So Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort has hired them to get their lives on track. (The other resorts on the island only hire english speaking young people from the mainland).

We stayed in a river front room on second floor with a beautiful view over the beach and the sea. Me and hubby are both adventure lovers but still like a nice comfy bed at night. So to set the standard of expectations here, we would HIGHLY recommend the beach front rooms, especially on the second floor. They are newly renovated equipped with WIFI and have enough space for big suitcases and to chill around the room if you want AC. There's also this outdoor section in front of your room where you have the nicest sunset views we've seen so far in Thailand!
Since this is the room we stayed in, I can't say about the bungalows. However, the money that the Resort makes, that is not firstly put into the construction of a new school in Trang province, that money is left for the hotel manager to upgrade the rooms and bungalows one at the time. And since this is family driven, apart from all the island women working the kitchen etc, Kahlil and family is renovating whenever they find the time and money in between.

The pool and facilities are good, simple and clean, really like an island living with a kind of family friendly feeling. Pool is saltwater (children friendly not deep) and a nice option since there's a low tide in the afternoon hours. Sunset already mentioned, amazing! Another thing to keep in mind is the stray dogs that are everywhere in Thailand, also on Mook island. Keep them in mind so you don't leave snacks out by the sun chairs for instance.

There are plenty of restaurants on the middle of the island for you to explore, if you don't want the nice curries they offer you on the resort. There's a place down the beach, toward the houses where island people live, that serves delicious Thai pancakes with ice cream.

So we are already longing to come back here next winter, and are planning to stay here for a week to relax and enjoy the nature of Mook Island completely. :)

This treasure is worth keeping!
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Date of stay: January 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: Beach front room second floor amazing + good wifi connection
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Parikialo123 asked a question Jan 2019
La Ciotat, France59 contributions13 helpful votes
Bonjour est-il possible de se baigner même à marée basse ? Merci Hello is it possible to qu’il either at low tide ? Thanks
Answer from RivieraResorts
Vous pouvez nager à marée basse si vous marchez plus bas vers la mer ou vers le haut où l'eau monte. Alternativement, nous avons également une piscine pour une utilisation pendant la période de marée basse.
Lily L wrote a tip Mar 2023
Spain257 contributions50 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Avoid if you value cleanliness. Location is good and bungalows are spacious."
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Anna wrote a tip Jul 2020
Stockholm, Sweden186 contributions75 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Beach front room second floor amazing + good wifi connection"
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lesley3003 wrote a tip Dec 2015
Manchester, United Kingdom16 contributions1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Only stay in beachfront villa"
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MikeinMunich87 wrote a tip Feb 2015
Munich, Germany59 contributions33 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"The garden rooms are perfect. The ocean views would be nice but not a neccessity. The high/low tide could be an issue if you wanted to wake up early to the ocean as the high tide comes late morning but I'm sure those rooms are still romantic! The garden rooms are a 1 minute walk to the beach and a have a nice neighborly feel with the other guests staying - don't worry though they're still quiet and private!"
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jack yao wrote a tip Feb 2015
Hong Kong, China62 contributions37 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you are a couple, definitely the front row individual villa, with children, the duplex seems a better choice"
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PRICE RANGE
£19 - £35 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
Koh Mook Nature Beach Resort
LOCATION
ThailandTrang ProvinceKantang DistrictKo Muk
NUMBER OF ROOMS
42
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Frequently Asked Questions about Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort?
Nearby attractions include High Bar (0.5 miles), Hand Made From Coconut Shell (0.3 miles), and Koh Mook Pier (0.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort?
Yes, free public parking nearby and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Perfect Bar & Restaurant, Sugar's Coffee & Restaurant, and KohMook Sea Beach Restaurant.
Is Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 miles away from the centre of Ko Muk.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Koh Mook Riviera Beach Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Thai.
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