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Reviewed 17 June 2012

Very nice beachfront hotel spectacular view of the islands in front of the beach however, its to far from town hence, you need to rent a scooter.

I was stung by a jellyfish while I was swimming at the beach went to their receptionist for assistance however, they just gave me the Thai balm which worsened my situation. They could have given me at least a free ride to the doctor but well they said its nothing. oh well until now my jellyfish sting scars are still there its already 1month plus.

The breakfast is very basic, the only catch to this hotel is the cheap price and the spectacular view of the beach. Plus it has a resto at the beach where you can enjoy dining during the sunset.

Date of stay: May 2012
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank RoslynDM
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Reviewed 5 June 2012

We arrived back home in the UK on Sunday 3rd June, after 3 weeks in Thailand. For the first 2 weeks we were very busy in the north travelling around. We spent the last week in the south at Tup Kaek Sunset Beach Resort in Krabi to chill out.
Arriving late after two gruelling internal flights and our pre-arranged taxi not at the airport, we got to the resort late to find the receptionist was not very helpful. All she wanted was to know if she could debit the credit card for the payment for our stay - Reception staff need more training in customer care.
We eventually got our key to our bungalow and we were driven in a buggy, arriving in the dark when we came face to face with a crane. We had to get off the buggy and walk the rest of the way.
Waking up Sunday morning to find the crane had gone and seeing the building site. We walked around the resort to establish what facilities were available to us. The building site was central to the resort and going by the swimming pool we noticed a terrible smell coming from the site, this seemed to follow us around.
On returning to the bungalow and speaking to our neighbours they inform us that this has been going since thy arrived, the rest of the day was spent on the beach with the smell.
Monday morning the site opened about 09:00 and the work carried on until 18:00, only stopping for lunch, and depending on the weather, this was the same all week.
My wife and I decided to take a swim in the pool, we were not there long before not only the smell got worse but the workmen started banging and crashing.
We decided to go back to the beach as far away as possible from the site for the rest of the day.
On Tuesday we went to the reception to request to see someone with our concerns about the smell and the building site. We got a phone call to ask if we would like a meeting with the owner of the resort. At this meeting we stated that had we known there was building going on at the resort we would not have chosen to stay there.
Out daughter-in-law, who is a Thai national, had telephoned the resort from England to book this as a surprise holiday. She also rang when she arrived in Thailand, just days before we arrived at the resort to make sure everything was OK, she was not informed at any time about the construction work.
Our advise is to make sure that the construction work has been finished before booking to stay here.
If you have young children with you, be aware of the heavy plant equipment being moved around the site.
The bungalows were cleaned every day and the domestic staff were always happy and helpful.

Room tip: Bungalows furthest away from the small road through the resort to the beach are quieter
Date of stay: June 2012
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3  Thank Bill C
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Reviewed 30 May 2012

The location is perfect if you want to get away from it all, as long as you don't mind cement mixers/ lorries, cranes and digging going on during the day. The resort has just begun laying the foundations for a further 16 cottages, right in front of the pool area. This means that the pool area is out of bounds, unless you are a fan of diesel fumes and workmen shouting at each other. Lying by the beach would be ok, yet even with ear plugs you can still hear the building machinery (trust me, i've had them in every day). you can't escape the noise even if you are in the spa facilities.
Staff are unfriendly (no smiles) and english is limited. Breakfast is a limited selection. Cottages are basic and housekeeping is ok.
Overall, i'm not sure how long it takes to build cottages but i'd definately NOT recommend coming here for the foreseeable future.

Room tip: try a different resort
Date of stay: May 2012
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3  Thank nicoleTF
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Reviewed 18 May 2012

I was here with my sister n nephew during the off season of May.... The staff was in the "off season" mode as well - lack of energy n uninterested to answer questions - the staff forgot to give me the wifi password n explain the hotel's facilities to us. The resort has a few construction going on so it's a bit noisy during the days.
As commented by many before, the staff speak n understand very little English so making communication a bit difficult. The restaurant is slow n pricy but the taste is good :).
However, it's a good place to relax as the beach is quiet. The staff clean up the beach every morning.
We stayed in the seaview room for 4days. The room is little small n the bed is not so comfortable but clean. We hv no issue with the water problem in the bathroom. For whoever uses the hotel's toothbrush, do be careful as the handler is very fragile n can be dangerous as it breaks easily while u exert a little strength to brush ur teeth.
We hired a taxi to AoNang (TB400 per way) for shopping. Suggest to go arnd late morning before the crowd starts to come in n the heat warm up.

Date of stay: May 2012
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank Rachcharis
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Reviewed 3 May 2012

Stayed here for 2 nights mainly to catch the sunset - it is worth it!
Small bungalow but adequate. Plenty hot water. Breakfast decent enough but they can be a bit slow at replenishing foods. Food at restaurant in evening very good & reasonable priced.

Date of stay: March 2012
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