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We actually stayed in Jan 10 (not on the tripadvisor listing) and it was our 3rd stay there.
Were totally in love with thailand and have been going for around 20 years. A lot has changed in this beautiful country, especially the islands, and we...More
Koh Tao Resort has 2 Zones, which are:
1. Normal Zone (build from the start of the resort)
2. Paradise Zone (build in the same area but situate higher than the normal zone)
Normal Zone situate next to the beach, all the buildings are OK....More
I went there with my 2 friends and we booked one of the Delux rooms/cottages near the beach - it was small, too small, bathroom dirty , stinky and tiny. Just not what we saw on the website....for the moment we thought its a mistake...More
Originally booked into the Ko Tao Resort Aircon Bungalow but only lasted one night - The bungalow was damp and the musky smell was too much it seemed to get into your throat and make you feel quite unwell. Several other guests staying in this...More
We booked a deluxe room at this hotel as the pictures looked quite good. The location on the beach is great and in a stunning location. We checked out after 2 nights (had booked fro 8 nights) as our room stank of sewerage and was...More
US$13 - US$68 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#14 Top resorts Hotel in Koh Tao
#15 On the Beach Hotel in Koh Tao
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We have 3 superior rooms booked for 3 nights towards the end of February. How have the rains affected this resort. I am getting kinda worried.
17 January 2017|
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Response from CavenMcloughlin | Reviewed this property |
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).