Koh Kood Resort, K. Ko Kut
Koh Kood Resort, K. Ko Kut
Koh Kood Resort, K. Ko Kut
Koh Kood Resort, K. Ko Kut
Koh Kood Resort, K. Ko Kut
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Koh Kood Resort

Ko Mak, K. Ko Kut

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tinaskaarup
10 Jun 2020 - Keluarga
I have been trying for more than a year to get a response from Koh Kood Resort. I was there at year-end 18/19. I had booked an overnight stay for 5 people, but canceled one person in a timely manner. I was confirmed at the Resort that I was entitled to a refund, but despite numerous inquiries, I get no response. Really bad and uneducated behavior. ZERO STARS!!!
stephen b
07 Mar 2020
stayed here for three nights and the accomodation was really good even though all the properties were in the jungle with all kinds of wildlife , villas had hammocks on the outside on the terraces which is great during the day but mosquito infested at night , the beach 100 yards to the right was coconut palm trees and stunning blue waters lapping white sands , breakfast was pretty good with a good choice , the resort is excellent for children of all ages and a great resort for people who just want to get away from it all and sunbathe quietly , my only criticism is where there are sunloungers on the waterfront directly in front of the hotel people had already put towels out early in the morning , but dont let this spoil it as the bay is beautiful and only a 30 second walk to your only quiet stretch of beach. would stay again here if was to go back .
304anneb
03 Mei 2020 - Keluarga
We took a speed boat from Koh Chang to Koh Kood. We love this place. The beach is pristine. Water is warm and clear that you can see all the way to the bottom. Koh Kood Resort has an open bar and seating perfectly situated where you can enjoy the view of the ocean. You can sit on the deck with soft beanie chairs or on the beach. Food is ok, not too many selection. But taste is ok. The view is the killing. They only have small Bangalore types of room with tiny balcony out front (you don’t need that because you would be spending all day by the beach). They have Thai massage but not my standard only enough to give you satisfaction of having Thai massage. The room is basic and rustic. All in all the beach would make small discomfort become nothing.
Di-Syd
05 Mar 2020
The KK Resort is in a beautiful bay with crystal clear water . Great swimming & snorkelling from in front of the resort. Lots of colourful fish but unfortunately the coral is mainly dead, similar to the rest of Asia. We stayed 4 nights & arrived by speedboat the resorts own pier which was great. The room are set back from the beach in the rainforest & are basic but adequate. Good wifi. Getting around Koh Kut is difficult if you don't want to use a motorbike. The only option is a songthaew (taxi truck) & for a couple of hours was 500b which is expensive. This is enough time to see the Klong Chao waterfall (not that impressive as hardly any water) & Klong Chao beach which was lovely. The bakery Cicci is about 10-15mins walk away & worth a visit - great bread by a Swedish baker. The restaurant & Deck Bar at the resort are fine & if you need a change, you can walk at low tide to the Natural Resort for cocktails - very classy. Overall a good stay & would recommend but 3 to 4 nights is long enough.
AnObjectiveTraveler
11 Apr 2020 - Pasangan
What it is: a hotel with bungalow style rooms on a terraced hillside sloping down to a stunning Bang Bao Bay. The lobby, restaurant, and downstairs bar and lounge are all in one complex, all situated at the end of a long narrow road. What it isn’t: luxury, boutique, stylish, centrally located, reasonably priced or even very Thai. The bay alone is worth staying at this place, but that is arguably its greatest feature. You will arrive by ferry, and a songthaew will be waiting for you. And other people. That crowded truck gets dropped off at the hotel and everyone. Checks in. At once. That’s right: 12 different reservations, 1 desk, 3 confused hotel employees. From check-in to restaurant staff (clueless) to actual food (bad and EXPENSIVE), it’s grim. But the bay is gorgeous. The rooms are quaint if not slightly rundown. Normal for much of Thailand but irritating for the price. Koh Kood is, relatively, one of the most expensive islands in Thailand. Especially accommodations. The bungalows have porches with hammocks, and some have AC. The usual tv / safe / mini fridge as well. The bathroom uses the “indoor/outdoor” motif to make “unfinished” seem intentional. All Thai mattresses are hard. Welcome to Thailand. Pro tip: ask for the bungalow that is NOT the one where the cleaning crew stores their stuff alongside and takes their breaks behind. It will be loud and you will be annoyed. Food. Upstairs of the main building is the “Thai” menu and downstairs near the water is the “western” menu. They fail at both. The Thai food is some of the worst you can find in a country with AMAZING FOOD EVERYWHERE. I would imagine there are no Thai people in the kitchen. The western food is mini pizzas and quesadillas and spring rolls. With their western names come their western prices. The cocktails are not good / worth it, and the beers are laughably overpriced. Location, despite the prime bay access, is tough. It’s a 15 minute walk from the hotel to the main road, and it can be HOT. At the main road, choices are limited. Beyond a nearby restaurant or two in either direction, you’d need a motorbike or songthaew to get around. The hotel uses this isolation to their advantage, over-charging for poor quality food because they know you won’t want to go so far to get options. But like anywhere in Thailand, you can find options. Pro tip: buy beer at a market and fill your mini fridge. They mark up beer 300%. Beach is pretty much non-existent, except at low tides. Otherwise it’s beach chairs on a sea wall. Pro tip: rent a kayak and head across the bay to a better beach. It’s not far. The pier at Koh Kood Resort is wonderful, with chairs at the end for sunset watching, and ample places to jump and dive from / swim under / enjoy. The water is heavenly. Anywhere you stay on Koh Kood is probably going to feel a little overpriced for Thailand. Koh Kood resort is no exception. The island is stunning. The people are kind like in all of Thailand. Bang Bao Bay has some of the best sunsets in the world. And when you stay at Koh Kood Resort they are at your front door step.
Lokasi
45 Moo 5 Bang Bao Bay,45 หมู่ 5 หาดบางเบ้า
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Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
13:00
Waktu check-out:
12:00
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Di mana alamat Koh Kood Resort?
Koh Kood Resort beralamat di 45 Moo 5 Bang Bao Bay,45 หมู่ 5 หาดบางเบ้า
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Koh Kood Resort?
Waktu untuk check-in di Koh Kood Resort adalah mulai dari pukul 13:00 dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 12:00
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Koh Kood Resort?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Spa
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Spa
Lift
Fasilitas Anak
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Karaoke
Menyelam
Lapangan golf di dalam properti
Taman
Di pantai pribadi
Ruang game
Fasilitas Umum
Teras
Kawat nyamuk
Lift
Restoran
Ruang merokok khusus
Laundromat
Surat kabar gratis di lobi
Layanan Hotel
Brankas di resepsionis
Penitipan bagasi
Layanan penyewaan sepeda
Meja depan (buka jam tertentu)
Layanan laundry/dry cleaning
Staf multibahasa
Layanan concierge
 

Review

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3.5
Dari 371 review
Kebersihan
3.5
Kamar
3.5
Lokasi
4.0
Layanan
3.5
Nilai
3.5
Pasangan
174
Keluarga
70
Wisata sendiri
13
Berlibur dengan teman
64
Bisnis
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tinaskaarup
10 Jun 2020 - Keluarga
I have been trying for more than a year to get a response from Koh Kood Resort. I was there at year-end 18/19. I had booked an overnight stay for 5 people, but canceled one person in a timely manner. I was confirmed at the Resort that I was entitled to a refund, but despite numerous inquiries, I get no response. Really bad and uneducated behavior. ZERO STARS!!!
stephen b
07 Mar 2020 -
stayed here for three nights and the accomodation was really good even though all the properties were in the jungle with all kinds of wildlife , villas had hammocks on the outside on the terraces which is great during the day but mosquito infested at night , the beach 100 yards to the right was coconut palm trees and stunning blue waters lapping white sands , breakfast was pretty good with a good choice , the resort is excellent for children of all ages and a great resort for people who just want to get away from it all and sunbathe quietly , my only criticism is where there are sunloungers on the waterfront directly in front of the hotel people had already put towels out early in the morning , but dont let this spoil it as the bay is beautiful and only a 30 second walk to your only quiet stretch of beach. would stay again here if was to go back .
304anneb
03 Mei 2020 - Keluarga
We took a speed boat from Koh Chang to Koh Kood. We love this place. The beach is pristine. Water is warm and clear that you can see all the way to the bottom. Koh Kood Resort has an open bar and seating perfectly situated where you can enjoy the view of the ocean. You can sit on the deck with soft beanie chairs or on the beach. Food is ok, not too many selection. But taste is ok. The view is the killing. They only have small Bangalore types of room with tiny balcony out front (you don’t need that because you would be spending all day by the beach). They have Thai massage but not my standard only enough to give you satisfaction of having Thai massage. The room is basic and rustic. All in all the beach would make small discomfort become nothing.
Di-Syd
05 Mar 2020 -
The KK Resort is in a beautiful bay with crystal clear water . Great swimming & snorkelling from in front of the resort. Lots of colourful fish but unfortunately the coral is mainly dead, similar to the rest of Asia. We stayed 4 nights & arrived by speedboat the resorts own pier which was great. The room are set back from the beach in the rainforest & are basic but adequate. Good wifi. Getting around Koh Kut is difficult if you don't want to use a motorbike. The only option is a songthaew (taxi truck) & for a couple of hours was 500b which is expensive. This is enough time to see the Klong Chao waterfall (not that impressive as hardly any water) & Klong Chao beach which was lovely. The bakery Cicci is about 10-15mins walk away & worth a visit - great bread by a Swedish baker. The restaurant & Deck Bar at the resort are fine & if you need a change, you can walk at low tide to the Natural Resort for cocktails - very classy. Overall a good stay & would recommend but 3 to 4 nights is long enough.
AnObjectiveTraveler
11 Apr 2020 - Pasangan
What it is: a hotel with bungalow style rooms on a terraced hillside sloping down to a stunning Bang Bao Bay. The lobby, restaurant, and downstairs bar and lounge are all in one complex, all situated at the end of a long narrow road. What it isn’t: luxury, boutique, stylish, centrally located, reasonably priced or even very Thai. The bay alone is worth staying at this place, but that is arguably its greatest feature. You will arrive by ferry, and a songthaew will be waiting for you. And other people. That crowded truck gets dropped off at the hotel and everyone. Checks in. At once. That’s right: 12 different reservations, 1 desk, 3 confused hotel employees. From check-in to restaurant staff (clueless) to actual food (bad and EXPENSIVE), it’s grim. But the bay is gorgeous. The rooms are quaint if not slightly rundown. Normal for much of Thailand but irritating for the price. Koh Kood is, relatively, one of the most expensive islands in Thailand. Especially accommodations. The bungalows have porches with hammocks, and some have AC. The usual tv / safe / mini fridge as well. The bathroom uses the “indoor/outdoor” motif to make “unfinished” seem intentional. All Thai mattresses are hard. Welcome to Thailand. Pro tip: ask for the bungalow that is NOT the one where the cleaning crew stores their stuff alongside and takes their breaks behind. It will be loud and you will be annoyed. Food. Upstairs of the main building is the “Thai” menu and downstairs near the water is the “western” menu. They fail at both. The Thai food is some of the worst you can find in a country with AMAZING FOOD EVERYWHERE. I would imagine there are no Thai people in the kitchen. The western food is mini pizzas and quesadillas and spring rolls. With their western names come their western prices. The cocktails are not good / worth it, and the beers are laughably overpriced. Location, despite the prime bay access, is tough. It’s a 15 minute walk from the hotel to the main road, and it can be HOT. At the main road, choices are limited. Beyond a nearby restaurant or two in either direction, you’d need a motorbike or songthaew to get around. The hotel uses this isolation to their advantage, over-charging for poor quality food because they know you won’t want to go so far to get options. But like anywhere in Thailand, you can find options. Pro tip: buy beer at a market and fill your mini fridge. They mark up beer 300%. Beach is pretty much non-existent, except at low tides. Otherwise it’s beach chairs on a sea wall. Pro tip: rent a kayak and head across the bay to a better beach. It’s not far. The pier at Koh Kood Resort is wonderful, with chairs at the end for sunset watching, and ample places to jump and dive from / swim under / enjoy. The water is heavenly. Anywhere you stay on Koh Kood is probably going to feel a little overpriced for Thailand. Koh Kood resort is no exception. The island is stunning. The people are kind like in all of Thailand. Bang Bao Bay has some of the best sunsets in the world. And when you stay at Koh Kood Resort they are at your front door step.
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