I think they should delete the word Resort from the name, as it creates expectations. The only thing resort like were the trees and small garden - I quite liked sitting outside enjoying a cold beer of an evening. But as a hotel, it's fine - nothing particularly special. The University is at the end of the lane, there is plenty of street food on Su Thep Road as well as cafes and restaurants, with Nimmanhaemin Road not too far away.
The bed was on the hard side, but the wifi and fridge worked well (the fridge actually froze my bottled water). Plenty of space in the room, although it was quite austere - really needed the wooden furniture to give it any character. The breakfast was not to my taste - cold eggs, noodles and fried rice which didn't appear to have much added to them.
One wing seems to have been taken over by semi-permanent residents - students at the nearby language schools and University I suspect.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking