Lovely 2-story and 1-story buildings and bungalows nestled in beautifully maintained grounds (paths wandering through fabulous flowers and greenery). Pool fine though not big. Plenty of lounge chairs set up on a walled bit of beach; you walk down steps to the sand beach and water. Clean, blue, glorious sea. Open dining area and bar/cafe. Excellent food, especially breakfast. Cooking class great fun. Excellent massages both on the beach and in the spa. Manager comes along every morning and asks everyone about problems, then comes back to report on fixing them (ours was simple confusion over how to turn on the hot water). Very clean. Only drawbacks: a bit dated (if you care about that), and in some rooms they made an unfortunate choice to refresh the bath and toilet by painting over the tiles. It is peeling off, which looks bad (but is not caused by humidity or any other problem). Very, very good value for the price. And really sweet, friendly, kind staff.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Low rise, Thai style, landscaped garden, unspoiled beach, warm clear waters of the South China Sea; 12 km from Phangah Island. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Paradise Beach Hotel Mae Nam
- Paradise Beach Koh Samui