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I stayed here with my partner for two nights as a stop off to chill before we came to Bangkok. The room was lovely bed was made everyday and fresh towels if you required any. There is a mini mart on site which sells essentials...More
The pools are too hot so not refreshing at all.
Terrible breakfast with flies all around the food
Serves no alcoholic beverages
The rooms are adequate but hold into your beach towel as you only get one
Good value for money place, but don't expect friendly helpful staff. Great location though!
- Nice rooms with excellent housekeeping.
- Good pool, but the water's a bit too warm to be refreshing.
- Great food for dinner - especially the Thai dishes (as...More
We stayed for 7 nights at Sand Sea Resort and enjoyed every minute of it. We had a room in one of the newer buildings which I can highly recommend. The room was nice, clean and everything worked perfectly. The room had a large balcony...More
We stayed at the Sand sea resort in the middle of April this year. First of all the location is great and the pool areas are great if you are lucky to snag a sun bed,
But the reception staff where not helpful at all...More
US$43 - US$160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, we paid around 1500 baht in advance through the hotel (which I would reccommend for ease) this included the pick up from the airport which took us to what seemed like the middle of nowhere to get in a tuctuc which then... More
Hi, we paid around 1500 baht in advance through the hotel (which I would reccommend for ease) this included the pick up from the airport which took us to what seemed like the middle of nowhere to get in a tuctuc which then took us to the pier, here we got on to a longboat, somewhat precariously, this then took us around the coast to the east side of Railway where we were then put on a tractor trailer to shore and then a tuctuc to the hotel. We didn't have a clue what was happening because nobody spoke English, it was quite an adventure but great fun. Be careful on your packing or you could lose anything with all the getting on and off of transport, your bags are passed back and forth over water with the risk of saying goodbye to them.
The only problem with grand deluxe rooms is if you get the room at the end of the resort you have nasty smell coming from some kind of toilet waste recycling room. We had bungalows and yes we have seen few ants because it's... More
The only problem with grand deluxe rooms is if you get the room at the end of the resort you have nasty smell coming from some kind of toilet waste recycling room. We had bungalows and yes we have seen few ants because it's on the ground floor. The best thing with bungalows is you get access to hotel grounds as soon as you open door. And they have lovely patio area with table and chairs. You sit on the patio and enjoy sounds of the jungle. Really couldn't fault them and if I get chance would definitely go for bungalows again. Enjoy your stay whatever you choose, it's a great resort on fabulous beach.
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"Rooms in the back are probably quieter. The bungalows didn't look that bit and are probably quite loud..."