It's a family run beach front resort that is well kept and the owners are very pleasant people. The views are first rate. The cabins are cute and cozy. It's not the typical worn-out tourist spot. The food is tasty and there is plenty to drink if that's the goal. There's also snorkeling, kayaking, hiking the lovely island forest, relaxing on a fabulous beach, or sitting on a bungalow porch lazing in a hammock. What's best about this place is that they have struck the perfect balance between price and paradise. You don't have to declare bankruptcy or break the piggy bank to go and have a wonderful time. That alone makes me want to make it a regular vacation spot. Thanks!
8 months ago by A verified traveler from Jinju, South Korea
The bar / restaurant on the beach has incredible food and drinks were top notch and reasonable , I continued to eat there it was so good after I left the hotel. Other than that the hotel is so so . The room was pretty sub par and not anything to write home about , I had a 1/2 inch gap in the door all the way around and could hear my neighbors TV through the walls. The access to the beach is its redeeming Quality but you can stay at other hotels that are twice as nice and 1/2 the price. After three days I left here and went to Chan boutique which was incredible and the level of finish and design that I was expecting on one of the most expensive hotels on the beach. The place is dated and needs a redo. Stay someplace else but visit the restaurant
2 years ago by A verified traveler from portland oregon
Very relaxing, gorgeous setting. Thank goodness the staff cleans up plastic that washes up on the beach each morning... It is nice to have a lounge chair and swim in the ocean all day. The restaurant is great for breakfast but expensive for dinner.
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