My wife and I stayed here as part of an extended budget vacation in Thailand June 2013. Initially we were very impressed as the resort ground are very nice, clean, and really give you the sense of an island feel. The restaurant is fairly overpriced with cocktails costing around $160 bhat = $5 USD; beers around $80 bhat = $2.75 USD; and food around $200-300 bhat = $7-10 USD which is tourist pricing for Thailand in my opinion. However, the service is great in all aspects. The pool is infinity style facing out towards the ocean which is very shallow about 200 yards out and prone to drying up at low tide. The basic bungalow rooms are nice, bed comfortable, hot shower, safe, amoire, TV (cable is very limited), and wifi (worse I have had since being in Thailand). If you pay for the most basic room, they will be connected via doors which wouldn't be much of a problem except you can hear everything going on next door. Two nights of four our neighbor brought home a Thai woman that was apparently drunk, very angry, and very loud at 3 am. Even with quiet neighbors next door the walls are thin so expect some noise and lack of privacy with the cheaper bungalows. Pay a little more and they aren't connected. Rooms cost about $30 USD including taxes/night. Motorbike rental onsite for $200 bhat/day = $7 USD and you must surrender your passport as collateral. Take pics or videos of bike as malicious claims against tourists is apparently a widespread problem and if they have your passport you are pretty much screwed. Cannot bring in outside food or drinks or the resort will charge you a fee as stated on their signs in the room, although it didn't seem enforced from what we could tell. Hotel is walking distance to main town of Thongsala and pier to Koh Sumui, Koh Tai, etc... After four nights the rate went up to $40 USD night so we moved about blocks down to the Lime and Soda which is better in my opinion. Good luck!