Firstly I have to say that the girl on the front desk was great, she was very friendly and funny. I think she said she was new too. The other woman working there was also friendly, just didn't speak and much English, so we didn't have as much interaction, but always smiling.
Apart from that, there wasn't much going for our stay.
Sila appear to own pretty much every building on the block as the front desk girl went through our accommodation options.
We chose the bungalows, the little yellow triangle shaped huts. We viewed the room first, small, basic, no real issue as were ok with this.
- wasn't serving dinner that night we arrived. We didn't book in advance, so perhaps this is why. We did have the menus in hand for as while and it was only when we asked to order we were told there was no dinner.
- Mosquitos in rooms, again not a massive deal, just make sure you have a good bug spray. We think they were coming in from the bathroom, so we kept the door closed.
- beds were old spring mattresses. Springs were extremely uncomfortable and the worst we've slept in in Asia (give me a hard bed any day)
- pillow was extremely uncomfortable, and much higher than a normal pillow. We all slept without pillows.
- breakfast was average buffet style. Options of cold pre-toasted toast, rice, eggs, fruit, juices etc
- have push bikes for guests to ride, helpful if you need to get food etc.
- there is a lovely fish pond at the reception area filled with Koi fish and a turtle. The reception girl let us feed them in the morning.
- quite area and safe feeling
- ample car parking available
- low price accomodation