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Lamai Wanta has bungalows close to the beach but the bulk of the resort is in larger buildings on the other side of their reception by the road.
The buildings are surrounded by lush trees and paths. Air-con rooms are decent but not as extravagant as many other resorts in the area. They do still have flatscreen TV, hot water, minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities and an indoor lounge to chill out on. The balconies are small and simple. The enormous restaurant serves a buffet breakfast, a pool beckons, and deckchairs nudge each other as they face the beach. This area definitely feels like the centre of Lamai on the beach, with sun-loungers aplenty and beach sellers hanging around the area. Lamai Wanta’s entrance is just off the beach and down a side street from the main road (near McDonalds) and is near Lamai Inn 99. Check their website for numerous deals on offer and cheap walk in rates also.
By Romi Grossberg
Last updated on 11th February, 2016.