Good upmarket value
This is an odd place that really should be marketing itself as serviced apartments, but is trying to get into the short-term holiday market by pitching itself as a hotel.
Each room has a kitchen with stove, rice cooker, toaster and an assortment of appliances as well as a fridge so that those not wanting to eat out each night can self-cater. A small lounge room features an uncomfortable lounge for watching the satellite TV on or surfing on the free WiFi. The bed is big and comfortable, the air-con cool and in the downstairs rooms, the front and rear courtyards pleasant. Upstairs rooms are slightly larger and have a balcony overlooking the massive exposed 30m pool. The Japanese owner has priced these rooms keenly for the tourist market, but long-term rates are not competitive.
Last updated on 17th September, 2013.