Krabi La Playa Resort
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By visiting the Perhentian Islands we said goodbye to Malaysia for a while and started heading back to Thailand. I was supposed to be granted another 15 days, during which we planned to explore Ao Nang, Railay Beach (both belonging to the region of Krabi), Ko Phi Phi, Phuket, Bangkok and Ayutthaya. Our first point of interest was Ao Nang, and even though we took the earliest boat leaving from the Perhentian Islands to the mainland it wasn´t an easy task to reach Ao Nang the same day. ...
Tonsai bay is the first step on our quick hop scotch round the southern Thai islands. We touched down on Tonsai at around 8.30pm having set off from Mandalay airport in Myanmar at 11.30 that morning. We followed a man into the darkness as you do when your desperate to get somewhere. We followed him into thigh height water with our bags and everything and onto a long tail boat. We arrived to Tonsai to similar depth water and had an interesting torch lit walk to ...
... up and down the multitude blowing her whistle and bawling “boat numbra ereven”. (translated as Boat number 11) at full volume. Our missing tourist did not arrive but she frightened the **** out of a considerable number of Japanese who were travelling on boat 47.
Eventually the miscreant slipped up the gangplank hoping to arrive without drawing any attention to himself. There was no chance of this however and Peggy launched into a tirade at ...
... there was a brief moment of excitement when a monkey jumped on a kayak and everyone tried to cluster close to it, followed by a longer moment of excitement when people realised "hold on, maybe I don't want to be isolated on a kayak with a monkey" and tried to get away with much frantic paddling and almost capsizing. The monkey looked on with a bored expression, before grabbing someone's bag and swimming for the shore. Neither monkey nor bag were ever seen again. Having ...
... fried chicken with cashew nuts
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Historical Traveler Reviews Krabi La Playa Resort Ao Nang
Ich war im Oktober für 4 Nächte im La Playa und fand das Hotel bei der Lage ein super Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis. Wir hatten ein deluxe Poolzimmer, ideal. Ein sehr gutes Hotel mit freundlichen Angestellten. Habe meinen Aufenthalt sehr genossen und würde gerne wiederkommen.
Loved it really great
stayed for three nights on a promotion only charged for two they up graded us to a pool room what luxury could swim off our balcony the room was a good size and everything worked shower was huge and plenty of water
Stayed in this hotel for 10 days as part of our honeymoon in January 2007. Overall very good value for the price we paid (65 usd a night inc. breakfast). It is quiet and tucked away behind the main strip, but only 2 minutes walk to the food market and the tourist area. The room was big, airy and bright, with nice furniture and ambience. The view we had from our balcony was also very nice, straight to the sea. There is also a nice fitness room near the pool which has some good machines and weight lifting equipment.
We chanced upon a 'stay 3 nights pay for 2' promotion for this hotel and decided to book a Superior room. When we arrived, we were delighted to find that we were allocated a pool access room that also has a private corner with jacuzzi outside the balcony. Boasting the nicest and biggest swimming pool in all of Ao Nang as claimed, the hotel was exactly as portrayed on its website. The room was spacious and comfortably appointed, and we enjoyed the variety of satellite TV channels available. Breakfast was at the restaurant by the pool and the buffet spread was rather scrumptious. There was even a coffee machine for guests. Front desk staff were helpful and friendly. The hotel's tour counter is a good place to get info and book day tours. Situated at the quiet end of Ao Nang, the hotel is just across the beach. Turn right and walk for 15-20mins and you'll hit Noppharat beach. It is approximately 10-15mins' walk to the main shopping stretch of Ao Nang, as well as to the area where longtail boats leave for Railey. Along the way you'll find many pushcart stalls selling desserts and snacks. And just outside the hotel, there is an outdoor dining area (only open at night), with several stalls serving cheap and delicious local fare. We had a great stay at Krabi La Playa and we highly recommend it to anyone visiting Krabi!
I stayed at la playa in october for 4 days and found the hotel very good value and good location, i was in the delux pool room which was ideal, overall a very good hotel with friendly staff i enjoyed my stay and would use this hotel again
Spent 5 nights there.......as all the reviews had mentioned, it was great!!!
Spent 2 nights there - nice large clean rooms. Main floor rooms open up directly into the pool - neat! Agree the buffet breakfast was mediocre - good food & bars along the beach. Kind of misleading - not located on the beach - but it is only a 5 minute walk. Had a lot of tiny ants in our room - not sure if due to the season or not, but room was very clean & comfortable. Reasonably priced.
After an easy 20 minute transfer from Krabi airport, we found this newly constructed hotel, peacefully situated on the edge of the family friendly Ao Nang resort. Rooms where all identical, clean and spacious. In-built wardrobes and furniture where modern, with plenty of wardrobe and drawer space (but very few clothes hangars!). Two 3/4 size beds with fresh white linen duvets and full A/C provided a comfortable nights sleep. The room was spacious enough to easily accommodate a fold up bed for children, that could remain in situ. A second would of needed folding down during the day. Bathrooms were again spacious, with large walk in showers. The balconies were all forward facing so all had views of the pool area (about 80%) or the small landscaped gardens. They where equipped with two chairs and table. The ground floor pool facing rooms had swim up balconies and some had tubs, albeit this concept had not really worked.
We stayed at the Karbi La Playa Resort for a week at the beginning of January. Overall, we had a very pleasant time. The place appeared to be quite new, all the rooms were in excellent condition, big and tastefully decorated. The pool was large, with lovely decking and stonework all around, and one could easily spend the day there doing nothing. If you wanted to leave the pool, the beach was 5 mins down the road, as were all the shops and boats to hire for island hopping. The worst aspect of the hotel was the breakfast - it was the ususal standard average fare that seemed to be at every hotel we stayed in Thailand. The level of service overall could also perhaps have been better. If you are looking for five star luxury, outstanding service and a never ending list of amenties and facilities, this is not the place for you. However, for the price we paid for this hotel, we thought it was good value - clean, relaxing, lovely rooms and good location.