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There is exactly one choice at present on super-sleepy Ao Lukyon, and it's a friendly one, though the management seemed shocked at the arrival of guests.
Lima Bella is one of the most stylish resorts on the island, with chic duplex rooms surrounding a pool. The contemporary Thai design gives an airy, cool feel to the place, and its staff are just as friendly as they are trendy. Rooms consist of poolside options, with private balcony, duplex rooms and ultra-fancy suites. Pipe music gently wafts over the pool, and if you want to feel even more... Read our full review of Lima Bella Resort.
Follow the signs of painted pineapples from Nadan (turn left near the police station), and you'll reach Pineapple Beach Resort, a secluded getaway of bungalows scattered throughout a sprawling scrub forest. The grounds are so quiet they have an air of abandonment, though the accommodation is well kept and fairly smart. The concrete and wooden tin-roofed bungalows have private bathroom and fan,... Read our full review of Pineapple Beach Resort.