Stayed in 3 separate bungalows here, I'll start with room 3a which is located next to the kitchen and cost a high season rate of 1100 baht per night. This bungalow comes equipped with good AC , functional fridge, tv and a well maintained bathroom. However the bed is 2 single beds made up into a double, now this wouldn't normally be a problem but one mattress is new and one is worn out and old making half the bed very uncomfortable. This bungalow is also let down by the curtains which look like they've been chewed by rodents and would be an embarrassment to a tramp. One wall looks like its been used for spitting target practice. The door knob lock is loose , damaged and needs replacing and is a security risk. No safe in the room.
Room 6b is a very large room and has the same facilities as 3a but with nicer curtains and better mattresses and costs a whopping 1500 baht per night, allegedly this is a deluxe room but its very plain and simple. If your traveling with any baggage larger than a small hold all then you'll find your self storing your stuff on the floor. This is a quality build bungalow badly let down by a lack of imagination. No safe in room.
Room 18 is similar in size to 6b but is old and worn and has the same facilities as 3a, again the bed has 2 mattresses ,1 old and 1 new and is bloody uncomfortable. ILL fitting curtains and no room safe.
By Thai standards this resort is poor value for money and much better value can be had elsewhere in Lamai especially if you don't mind not being right on the beach.
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