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Reviewed 7 July 2012

The Andaman Princess is a really wonderful hotel done in a beautiful royal thai architecture. We stayed in a suite, which I believe is worth the extra money; the room is really spacious with beautiful carved and ornamented wooden interior, the bathroom is big with both a shower and a bathtub. Unfortunately, the beach was a disappointment to us. However, the pool area makes up for this; it is truly the most appealing and beautiful pool we have ever seen, the way it is formed together with the dark green tiles makes it look and feel more like a lush exotic river. Its design also enables the guests to find a somewhat private spot by the pool, something that usually is a major problem with most hotel pools. Also, the staff is really kind and helpful; lovely people! All in all, this is a beautiful hotel that is really worth trying.

Date of stay: January 2012
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3  Thank JonasW_and_KristineT
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Reviewed 9 April 2012

This hotel could be and probaby once was amaizing, sadly it is obvious that there is a lack of funds to maintain the hotel and grounds, there would seem to be a lack of water too, the shower in our beach front bungalow was very weak and the water luke warm at best, none of the fountains were working the pool was at least a foot lower then it should of been, and the showers around the pool no longer worked. Such a shame as this could be an outstanding hotel, its location is perfect close to the harbour the pool is huge and affords everyone their own bit of privicy, however i cant see the resort improving anytime soon and would only expect to see it sink into further decline. Sadly the price of the rooms does not reflect this and they are still quite expensive, although we upgraded to a beach front villa the room was still very basic and offered no extras that are normaly afforded in this type of room, the bathroom shampoos were very well used refilled bottles, the furniture was functional but not realy designed with comfort in mind, there was no fruit or any extras which you come to expect when paying £100 + for a hotel in Thailand.

Although i'm glad ive been and seen the island i think the only way i would return to this hotel is if the rates dropped to reflect the overall condition of the Hotel.

Room tip: Garden and Beach villas are worth considering.
Date of stay: April 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Kilclareen
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Reviewed 11 February 2012

The hotel is beautiful, but it is run down. The pool is amazing, it is so big. When we booked, the website said there was 5 restaurants. Although only 2 were operating when we arrived, one for breakfast and the other for lunch and dinner. The bar area has been turned into a library/ sitting area( hardly any of the reading material is in english). I would recommend walking to main street to get dinner. It's cheaper and there is alot more choice. The staff are friendly enough, but they aren't very helpful and they only speak limited english. Make sure you ask the hotel how much you should expect to pay for the long tail's to and from the island. The drivers try to rip off westerners. The hotel is perfect if you are after a quiet and relaxing holiday.

Room tip: Make sure you contact the hotel before you arrive, so you get the room you booked.
Date of stay: March 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank MichB_12
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Reviewed 4 February 2012

We spent 10 thoroughly enjoyable and totally relaxing days at The Andaman Princess from January 10 to January 20. Although the resort was close to full it never once felt crowded. We had booked a garden villa and found we had been upgraded to a Pool Villa which was a fantastic surprise, the villas are well worth the extra expense as they are like a small house with a totally seperate living area and bedroom. Each room, including the bathroom is huge, the bedroom easily accomodated an extra single bed for our son and could have fitted up to 3 extra beds if necessary. The buffet breakfast has a wide range of choices and the staff re-fill your coffee or tea very promptly. As stated in my previous review, the highlight of the resort is the magnificent huge pool that meanders its ways towards the seafront. We ate dinner exclusively at the 'Coconut Palm' restaurant in the 'town' - where the ferries and long tail boats dock. Just a short walk from the restuarant, turn left at the end of the road and the restaurant faces the sea. This is by far the best restaurant we've found in the greater Khao Lak and Phuket area, (bar Mom Tri's Kitchen in Kata Noi, Phuket), the proprieter Annie, speaks excellent English and fluent French and is a gem. The cooks are talented, the food fresh, delicous and incredibly cheap. Stand out dishes are Duck a La Orange, the steamed fish with chilli, lemongrass and thai herbs (absolute knock out), the sliced beef with thai sauce. Annie perfectly understood my requirements for steamed broccoli with my fish and was fantastic at recommending dishes. Each table is welcomed with a plate of roasted peanuts and garlic and is given fresh fruit after the meal is finished. The prices are unbelievably cheap too, i can't recommend this restaurant highly enough or Koh Koh Khao island especially if you like complete peace and quiet.

Room tip: Go for a villa, well worth the extra price
Date of stay: January 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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3  Thank bek_10
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Reviewed 12 January 2012

There is no doubt, that when Andaman Princess opened is was supposed to be the flagship of koh Koh Khao. Probably the Tsunami in 2004/2005 sat the hotel back enormously. And the fact is that is has never recovered ! The hotel is worn and all over you see the signs of lack of money. From the broken tiles in the pool, to the fountains without water. From the lack of pool towels to the shappy looking pool bar. From the dirty beach area to the sad empty reception area. It’s actually very sad! We had a feeling of visiting a hotel in the end of a season, right before closing down, even though we were there in the absolute highseason.
We spend 4 nights from jan 05.2012 to jan 09 2012 and paid no less that 8200 bath pr. night for a beach villa, and that’s a lot of money and even though the villa was nice, you expect the surroundings to be of a certain standard – it is not ! As I wrote, the beach bar is shappy looking and really does not give you the feeling of wanting to eat there. The same applies for the restaurant. Therefore our impression was, that the only ones who ate there, were costumers on half board. The hotel seemed abandoned at night time. I think everyone fled down to the little harbour area. The spa I will not even mention, expensive and not good ,employing the only unfriendly Thais I’ve have ever meet!
Koh Koh Khao is a lovely island, as Thailand was 40 years ago! Very quiet a night time with wonderful beachlife at day time. And we do recommend the Island and even wants to go back, but not back to Andaman Princess . We checked out some of the other hotels and no doubt that next time we will stay at the C&N Beach Resort, cool, relaxed and upbeat !

Date of stay: January 2012
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2  Thank Nikosmamma
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