This hotel is located in Kata noi which is right at the bottom end of Phuket. It is lovely and quiet...just what we like..but not too far away from other life..again..just what we like. We arrived there quite late at night after travelling for about 24 hours and so we were completely hot, bothered and knackered. The welcome we got was excellent. I had a garland of flowers placed around my wrist, I was given a cold glass of something like apple juice and we were also presented with cool flannels.
The check in was straight forward and the porter took our bags to our room, we were also given a lift on the back of a cart to the actual block. The other guy accompanied us to our room to show us where it was..and my first thought was \"wow\". ...
Somebody had made a little elephant out of towels and left it on the bed. The room was well furnished, spacious and the air con had been switched on. There were complimentary slippers, dressing gowns and the mini bar was full!!!Read More
The balcony showed a stunning view of a beach at night, which despite being lit, I was unable to appreciate the full beauty of the view until daylight hours. The room had sattelite tv with more than 1 english channel and it even had a note saying that if the mattress was not to our liking we could get it changed for a harder or softer one. I felt like one of the 3 bears!!
The breakfast was served on a buffet basis from 6am until 10.30am and was the usual mix of bacon, sausages (not pork), tomatoes, beans etc and the egg station so you could have srambled, omelette or fried freshly done for you, a mix of cereals, yoghurts, fruits, nuts, waffles,pancakes breads, pastries, salads and one thing which was hard for me to get my head round..noodles, curry and rice etc...but we were in Asia so I guess it was the norm. There were pots of tea and coffee delivered to your table as soon as you sat down and the was the usual assortment of fresh juices. the restaurant was partly indoors, partly outdoors..and the bit i could not get my head round was there was a smoking section. The funny thing was all the Brits still went and stood outside and it was mainly the Asian guests that smoked in the restaurant.
There were other meals provided as there were several other restaurants on the premises and every day there was a different theme but we chose not to eat there other than breakfast as there was so much more to explore and it was quite pricey.Minimum charge
Tour Operator: Thomas Cook