Caters to the family holiday
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This resort is an ideal family choice, offering many features for little travellers, such as a children's play area and pool, large garden, pristine beach with shady trees and a general child-friendly policy.
The resort has plenty to offer those not wanting to explore too much, but preferring a home base. A gym, two swimming pools, water sports centre, reasonably priced spa, DVD library, bicycle rental, on-site tailor and Thai cooking classes should keep grown ups content too. All rooms have both a queen-size and single bed. Rollaway beds or baby cots are available. The rooms are fresh, modern and tastefully furnished, and have balconies or patios. Some are in the main buildings, and others are in bungalow form. The beach is well-maintained and good for swimming. Although this resort offers all-inclusive packages, it does not have the tacky feel of your typical package-type establishment.
By Romi Grossberg
Last updated on 12th February, 2016.