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Reviewed 11 February 2020

We love the 7 nights we stayed at Chad Thai village resort. There is nothing missing in your room or the hotel, if there is just ask and the very helpful staff will do their best. The rooms have a safe, mini bar the free water and coffee are replenished daily, aircon works very well and was needed during our stay. The Wi-Fi is good enough to have a WhatsApp conversation with family back in the UK. The hotel is a short distance to all the bustle of the town however there are restaurants and bars just outside the hotel if you’re not feeling too energetic.
Breakfast has all you will need including curries, stir fry, rice soup Etc. But all the usual for the British taste. The day you leave luggage will be securely stored and fanatic showers are just off reception. We can’t fault anything in the hotel in any way we would recommend if you’re planning to stay in Ao-Nang.
This is a brilliant place to explore the local islands or a quick trip to railay beach but don’t expect to have the beach to yourself!

Date of stay: January 2020
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2  Thank MoorhouseGang
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Reviewed 9 February 2020

The hotel, like the Ao Nang resort itself, is nothing special. Full of pink, chain-smoking middle-aged Germans and Scandinavians - you could be in the Canary Islands. We also had a weird experience on check-out, when the staff had lost a runner from the bed and made us go back to the room to help them look for it. The saving grace is the private beach, which is beautiful - spend all your time there instead of the pools, which are bog standard.

Date of stay: January 2020
2  Thank Steve H
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Reviewed 4 February 2020 via mobile

This hotel was not what we thought it would be. We normally research our hotels well before booking them but did not do so well with this one. We booked a 3 centre trip with TUI, this was our first hotel. We are in our late 50's and have holidayed with our children in the past but now they are grow we normally choose adult only, which this hotel is not ! Our room was nice enough, clean and tidy, but overlooked a noisy pool with slides and swim up bar. You could not sit for long on the balcony because of the uncomfortable chairs and noise from the pool and bar. We also had a noisy family above us who kept running around. We would have asked to move after the first night if we were staying at longer that 4 days. Staff were polite and friendly, the system for pool towels is poor. Pools are ok, breakfast is ok, but there are a lot of untidy areas around the hotel which could easily be tidied up.

Date of stay: February 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
4  Thank Tucdaway
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Reviewed 25 January 2020 via mobile

Just left this hotel after a 2 week stay and can not fault a thing. We stayed b&b. There is plenty of choice for breakfast you wouldn’t go hungry. Room was huge and kept very clean, the maids were very friendly and polite. Location for us was excellent, a few restaurants on the door step of the hotel, food was amazing
10 minute walk to a night market with plenty of stalls for food, drink or foods.
Literally 10 minute walk to beach front, Passing countless bars and restaurants.
We are leaving with a heavy heart will definitely return. It was an ideal base for us to do day trips around all of the islands
Would also recommend the private beach for the day, not much there just a little cafe for food and drinks,hotel provides free transport back and too. You will see plenty of cheeky monkeys and stray dogs. They are harmless but don’t feed them.
Would highly recommend this hotel. Thankyou chada village we’ve had an amazing stay with you. Xx so sad to be leaving.

Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
3  Thank 649claires649
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Reviewed 31 December 2019 via mobile

I must say one of the things which stood out for me at Chada Thai village is that this resort is much bigger than it seems. On the pictures it does not seem as big. The rooms are neat, clean but also a bit old school mixed with a little new. There was no lift on the side we stayed on so be prepared to climb at least a flight of stairs. The staff is very friendly but they struggle to understand some basics such as a room with a double or larger bed. But you can make them understand what you need. The food at the hotel is nice, not something crazy to shout about but it's decent.

The nice thing I found about this hotel is the location, it's not too far from the beach but also in a quiet area close to shops, massage and many other amenities, so you won't go wrong.

All in all a good place to stay very decent!

Date of stay: December 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
2  Thank DragonZordTravelling
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