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Location was great, was very picturesque, the staff's English was very good and they were helpful, Perfect location as so close to the beach, and just a short walk to Railey beach too. the gardens were very green, and the monkeys around were cool. We...More
The location is Railay itself. It's a small peninsula with few hotels and I was there at peak time. We (my 21 year old daughter and I) had a double room with a fan. It was very basic, 2 double beds and a shower room....More
The room was definately ok, not perfect but good value during the high season rip off. It's located on the less attractive eastern side away from the popular area. 1500B during high season compared to 5000-10000B for our low season pick which we pay approx...More
We loved our stay here - the bungalow style rooms are great for privacy and feel very authentic, while still protecting guests and their belongings from the monkeys. For climbers, the resort is about as close as you can get to some pretty easy but...More
I had the pleasure of staying at Diamond Cave Resort for 4 days in Oct 2017. I had a private bungalow by the pool. The price included breakfast and I thought it was quite reasonable ( I was a backpacker on a mild budget). The...More
That isn't at all surprising - the resort doesn't put much emphasis at all on guest relations. You will almost certainly be able to find a taxi to take you to the Ao Nammao pier (I'm almost certain this is the correct pier... More
That isn't at all surprising - the resort doesn't put much emphasis at all on guest relations. You will almost certainly be able to find a taxi to take you to the Ao Nammao pier (I'm almost certain this is the correct pier) from the airport. If you want to go even cheaper, take a 'SongTaeow' converted pickup truck. Once you land on Railay, you will need to walk to the hotel, but it isn't far - just turn right down the beach, and follow the path pretty much until the end.
Don't expect too much from this place.