Having read below recommendation, I'm looking for the contact details/ website to contact the owner of Lazy Days' new bungalows in Ko Mak island, Thailand.
Thanks in advance.
"Very nice bungalows! -
By linlov ( total comments: 1 More information please )
Lazy Days' new bungalows are in white concrete facing the ocean ..."
#1 hjulp has been a member since 15/10/2007. Posts: 4
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We'll be updating our Ko Mak coverage shortly, but in the meantime, here's the new (unedited) review:
"Lazy Days had a complete remodel in the summer of 2007, to the extent that literally nothing of the original resort remains, except the dilapidated toilet block which for some bizarre reason survived the demolition. The new look Lazy Days is modern, airy, and a lot more expensive than its predecessor. A huge restaurant is the first major change, and although not architecturally pleasing it serves wonderful authentic food. Large white art-deco type bungalows have replaced the thatch bamboo, and with them comes air-con, gorgeous open air showers, premium grade mattresses, and an island first, slow-close toilets, of which the owner is very proud. Never will a seat slam shut again. With 8 rooms sharing their own 250 metres of private beach frontage, this is actually one of the most exclusive and secluded locations you could ask for. Couple that with their excellent restaurant and its a fantastic package - if its in your price range. For the old Lazy Days crew, there's still a handful of budget bamboo bungalows in the resort to the rear of lazy days, run by the same family.
Family Room (Dbl Bed and Sgl Bed) 3,000B
Dbl (in Duplex) Bungalow 2,500B
Detatched Bungalow 2,800B
50% off prices in low season."
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