When is your planned visit? You do realize that the country is not allowing visitors at this time..right?
As per the above reply - I wouldn't even bother getting your hopes up and wasting time looking at Thailand for at least another year.
And there's a good chance that some or all of the resorts you mention will not be in business when the gates are eventually opened.
I wouldn't plan anything yet, at least for the next 6 months or so. Stay tuned to the latest announcements by the Thai government about entry restrictions, ie; testing, !nsurance and quarantine. It would be helpful if you mention the date of your planned visit and country of departure.Edited: 08 October 2020, 10:27
Here now, and relaxing at Ibis Styles. Less than 1000 w/brekkie. No buffet, as the usual, but ordrer off menu till stiffed if wanting. Actually better in a way, as the omelet, eggs or Asian offerings are hot, since cooked fresh. The rest, sides; bev, bread (carbs), salad, fruit, cereal are self serve, just not hot offerings (warm if lucky if buffet style) items out. Brekkie 100 pp if pre ordered.
We always order 1st reservation, then judge from there if extending stay, and including with next reservation. Ok value, though I'd skip it, wife wants it, as taking pharmacy w/food now, and too lazy to search for morning munch. As stated, very quiet. 1 other person in pool yesterday, foreigner on work permit, stuck here as can't return to OZ, and husband stuck there, as can't leave....LOL Chit chatted with her, very pleasant afternoon.
Ibis, lovely view of karst in back (poolside) of hotel, and placed in rooms facing. Vey nice.Edited: 21 October 2020, 05:35
Not much during the week, when we were there, unless a big fan of Indian / Halal, as plenty of them, and a bit overpriced. IMO
Most restaurants run by foreigners are open, i.e. steakhouses, Italian, German, Indian and some offer up to 25% discount.