We actually went in March 2010 and am finally writing a review.
The accommodations are rustic, like a camping lodge, but clean, and comfortable and is very fitting for the simple and tropical setting.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. There were plenty of wildlife sightings from our room, between the buildings, and snorkeling.
Food was simple and delicious. Loved the daily afternoon bell sounding for tea time.
Our daily routine was sleep in, walk down for breakfast, snorkel, lunch, beach, tea time, nap, dinner, drinks at the bar with fellow travelers, and then watch the fish and black tipped reef sharks come out when they dump the daily food scraps into the ocean.
I would recommend this place for an escape from the real world, and a few days of quiet and relaxation.
Just a warning however, the rooms and bathrooms are very rustic. But I think that is the standard for Tioman Island with the exception of the one high end resort on the island.More