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Our group of four friends decided to to visit Thailand most beautiful islands but Koh Tao is most naturally beautiful Island with silver Beach lovely good managed resort with Thai chicken curry Cuisine very tasty Lunch. Koh Samui to Koh Tao one and half hours...More
A good, quiet resort. Away from the noise, enough to do nearby to fullfill a lot of wishes. We intended to stay 4 nights but added one more(couldn't say good bye yet :) we miss Ko Tao! ) would definitely come back again.
My family booked the Ko Tao Resort after coming across it while walking along the beach. We initially just stopped to have lunch at their restaurant, which was very nice, and then decided to book rooms as well. Very friendly staff, nice rooms, maybe a...More
We had to stay five nights in Koh Tao Resort. The good news first: Location and view are very nice, the pool is ok, but run down.
Our rooms ("deluxe" no. 302&303) had perforated blankets, smelly towels and and our welcome committee were bugs, worms...More
This hotel is the equivalent of having a rusty, mustard coloured Vauxhall Viva with a ripped vinyl roof and dents all up the side, and plonking it shamelessly in the Chairman’s parking space at Old Trafford.
It’s a shabby, tired, outdated and poorly maintained hotel...More
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You should be worried! In Feb the seawater is churned up + muddy; the paths are crumbling + the superior rooms (which are really of 'standard' quality) are all sodden because there is no drainage (just 1/2 meter above... More
You should be worried! In Feb the seawater is churned up + muddy; the paths are crumbling + the superior rooms (which are really of 'standard' quality) are all sodden because there is no drainage (just 1/2 meter above sea-level).