We went to Koh Mak from the West Coast to meet up with friends who stayed there. We were not happy with our stay at Good Time. We found the service very poor and that it was difficult to get the most simple questions answered e. g. where we could get our laundry done. We found the food and services expensive compared to other places we stayed. Our bungalow (Cham Po) was sweet, but situated among a couple og bamboo-bushes and had absolutely no view. The railing on the terrace was broken and a piece of wood was so rotten my foot went right through. The piece of wood was fast replaced when I mentioned it, but they didn´t do anything about the railing. After we had left the manager called us and accused us of not having paid for two nights (which of course we had) which we didn´t appreciate at all. If we were to go back to Koh Mak we would definately chose another place to stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Good Time Resort on Koh Mak nestles charmingly on the ridge of a small hill between two beautiful beaches, close enough to be convenient for restaurants, shops and the longest beach on the island, but far enough away to enjoy the tranquility and refreshing breeze from the Gulf of Thailand. The message is clear: You are here to relax and not be disturbed by the masses. The Good Time Resort includes a little library with a communal office available along with free WIFI.Since 2017 we have joint ventures and offer activities like tennis, yoga and Muay Thai Boxing. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Good Time Hotel Koh Mak