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Loyfa Natural Resort - Review
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Loyfa Natural Resort, Ko Pha Ngan Reviews
Great staff, friendly greeting upon arrival with a cold drink and cold flannel. Food was great. The cleaners clean the rooms every day and the fresh towels were arranged in various origami on a daily basis (nice touch). Staff couldn't do enough for us and the views from out room were spectacular. Only thing I would say is that quite a few of the wooden steps could do with renewing as they were very flexible under food. We were staying in the L block of rooms. Those that had been renewed, hadn't been renewed with the same wood or painted the same colour. In our room also, the only storage for our clothes was a hanging unit with about 8 hangers, could have done with a chest of draws too. But, the massages were out of this world.
The highest room price / room space ratio. The beach itself is beautiful, but too shallow to swim. The beach front balconies are epic. Massage is ok. Breakfast is poor, and you have to pay additional fee for real coffee.
At the price we paid for a spacious "Loyfa Suite Seaview", which was pretty reasonable, I suppose I shouldn't complain too much. But then I have stayed at cheaper places in Thailand that are much better, and I have to say there were quite a few things that really put us off, and would stop us even considering staying here again. The bathroom was dysfunctional - dreadful shower that would never point in the right direction, and gave little more than a trickle, toilet that took half an hour to refill with water (we told them, but they just fiddled with it which made no difference) -- we resorted to refilling the cistern with the spray gun, nowhere to hang things, little space for one's toiletries. Lousy small single pillows on the bed. Not exceptionally clean -- housekeeping need a kick in the backside. The fabric of the whole hotel is very tired indeed. Breakfast (included) was bad - after Day1 we elected to go find something better elsewhere. And service was inattentive and far from enthusiastic. Worst thing was my partner wanted a massage at the mini-spa by the pool just outside our room; no customers there, but the massage woman told my partner that she had to go all the way to the main spa (other side of the resort, up a hill, down some steps, and then all the way back again) in order to make a booking and pay! Utter madness. Needless to say she couldn't be bothered. View from the room was good, mattress reasonably comfortable, balcony pleasant for a morning coffee, location okay for us (we had our car). But I really can't recommend it.
Overall, the resort is amazing, the view and the facilities are excellent. Although the staff could be in pleasant and the room's maintainance is not appropriate. The beach is not worthy but the pool is amazing.
Let's start with the positives: the resort is on a semi-secluded peninsula with a nice view of a little bit. It is within walking distance of many restaurants and offers nice amenities such as two bars, a pool, and a restaurant. Several staff members were pleasant, particularly the bartender named Nong and some of the front desk staff. Now to the areas that could use some improvement: the standalone building with the standard double rooms are in desperate need of a renovation. There isn't a curtain around the shower so the whole bathroom gets soaked, there is barely any water pressure, and the bed is rock hard. There isn't a spicket to rinse your feet before coming in the room so all sorts of sand gets tracked in. The walls are paper thin so you hear every conversation your neighbor has. The cottages look much nicer and more modern so your experience might be very different if you stay there.