It is a very nice hotel but not a place to bring a nice looking girl. Like most of Thailand the staff is more concerned with picking up women instead of providing good service
Restaurants overpriced and the dishes haven't impressed A little bit run down in terms of facilities
We have stayed there before and found it excellent for us as none of us drive and it is close to all amenities. Definitely go back this year. Staff speak good English and very helpful when this time I had a severe throat infection and they actually helped me out and asked about my health after ...
The staff was very helpful in renting scooter. They upgraded me toucan view for a small charge. Very nice people. Quiet friendly place. Great view.
We were a bit worried about what to expect after reading other reviews but we shouldn’t have. Our accommodation (2 bed villa with pool) was fantastic, loads of space and perfect for a family. It was cleaned every day and the pool was cleaned every other day. The communal areas were well kept too ...
Nice staff and services
The restaurant across the way is overpriced & not great. Otherwise this place is an awesome deal right on the beach!
Fabulous location Fabulous staff Fabulous price In short a fabulous choice In the words of MacArthur “I shall return”
Good location next to the beach only small issue with car park limited space. Good for ppl traveling with no car
Samui’s Lamai Beach is one of the island’s most popular holiday spots. It is situated along the eastern coastline, and stretches for more than four glorious kilometres. It is renowned for its great swimming opportunities and the rock formations at the southern end of the beach. Even though it is not as vibrant as Chaweng Beach, Lamai Beach offers a fun-filled getaway experience, with a more relaxed atmosphere.Don’t Miss
Tourists will find plenty of things to do and to see along and behind Lamai Beach.
There are several rock formations at Lamai Beach that tourists must not miss. At the beach’s southern headland, the famous Hin-Ta Hin-Yai Grandfather Stones can be found. These popular rocks are large replicas of male and female genitalia. The Overlap Stone, which stands some 150 metres above sea level, is a balancing rock that also provides great views of the nearby bay.
The beach is a great place for a swim too. Unlike other beaches around the island of Samui, Lamai’s shoreline drops sharply, making it deeper and better for swimming. Of course, there is plenty of water sport and beach equipment for hire, so visitors can always enjoy the water in different ways.
Lamai Beach is a popular spot for those interested in Buddhism. Several renowned temples are found here. Wat Lamai is the most popular, especially when religious festivals are being held. It’s also home to a cultural hall that boasts museum-like exhibits from Samui’s past.Restaurants and Bars
A large range of dining venues greets tourists in Lamai Beach. Both Thai and international cuisine is available, including Mediterranean, French, Italian and traditional English food. There are also several fast-food restaurants operating along Lamai Beach. The nightlife is more subdued here than in Chaweng Beach, but there is still a variety of places to enjoy a drink. Most pubs offer live music on some nights. Dance clubs also operate along the beach road.Shopping
There is no shortage of places to shop in Lamai Beach, where visitors can buy all sorts of souvenirs, from pirated goods to handicrafts. The Lamai Night Plaza is one of the best places to pick up cheap clothing, accessories, handicrafts and other souvenirs, though you must be good at bargaining when shopping here. Every Sunday, head to the Lamai Walking Street market, which in addition to typical souvenirs also has stalls that sell local street food. There are also boutique shops dotted along Lamai Street for picking up more unique handicrafts, clothing and souvenirs.