Lanta Mermaid Boutique House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLanta Mermaid Boutique House Ko Lanta
I spent a few days with a few friends in Ko Lanta and stayed at the Lanta Mermaid Boutique House. It was perfectly located and offered excellent service to their guests.
When we got there, we were welcomed and the staff was more than wiling to provide assistance with anything we needed during our entire stay. They made the reservations for the group I was with for our snorkeling trip, and were able to explain the best island to snorkel on (Ko Rok, not Phi Phi).
Additionally, the place was perfectly located. It was a walk across the street from a pathway that led straight to the beach. It was centrally located between the town and Long Beach (both areas had more restaurants and places to go at night).
I would highly recommend the Lanta Mermaid Boutique House for your next visit to Ko Lanta!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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Our journey to Koh Lanta was relatively simple after the previous two trips we'd made as a foursome. Leaving Railay beach behind us we waded out to an awaiting longtail boat for the short trip out into deeper waters so we could board our direct ferry to Koh Lanta. Fortunately some burly boat men were on hand to help lift the girls suitcases aboard …
... the whole thing... It is veggies after all :) Justin and i had good fun playing in the pool for the afternoon. Throwing the ball around for a solid 3 hours haha I'm thankful we brought a ball and frisbee. Its been such fun! Dinner was a late one at the hotel, we opted to stay here because the hobbit was playing on TV and justin wanted to watch it! Giap enjoys having us sit in her living room watching movies haha her and the other workers watched with us, i felt like we were at home ...
... took a small overnight bag with us. We had some lunch and then jumped on the boat that would be taking us to Maya Bay.
Whilst on the boat we went past Viking Cave which used to be a hideout for pirates centuries ago. It is closed for tourists, as a group of Thai people have leased the cave for 30 million Baht per year (about £6m) to collect the bird spit that is stuck to the cave walls. There are lots of birds in the cave that fly around inside spitting ...
... roads. We are sad to be leaving tomorrow but we have made a booking to Trang. Our agent is Ah - a boy with a squeaky voice and a short dress. His earrings and nail polish suit him. He assures us that the mini bus will collect us us 9 .30. I know that he is ************ but I go along with the charade. By mid morning we are on the bike and heading towards Saladan where the beaches are quieter. At a restaurant overlooking a small island ...
Ok so the electricity didn't come on until 6 o'clock tonight. We spent the day at the main beach today again then at 4 o'clock we got a tuk tuk to the animal welfare centre.. It's so nice what they do- http://www.lantaanimalwelfare.com I had been so excited for this! We didn't get much of a chance to see the dogs and puppies but there was one kitten who spent ages cuddling into me he just sat in too of my adjusting himself ...