Bangsak Village is set on the golden sands of Khao Lak on Thailand’s west coast. A small, intimate hotel with a laid-back atmosphere, it reflects the best of Thai tradition.
Khao Lak Paradise Resort
The Khao Lak Paradise Resort is nestled amongst tropical grounds, a lily pond, and the azure Andaman Sea. The hotel takes on a traditional design using local materials and palm covered roofs, designed to blend in with their surroundings.
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With 38 rooms, the hotel is a classic small boutique choice, with four categories to choose from starting, with deluxe rooms in the main building, each with their own private balcony, this is then followed by three types of individual villa; garden view, sea view, and the top room category — the beach front villa.
Situated on the southern end of Khao Lak Beach, the property provides a quiet base for your time in the area. The more active can walk north along the white stretch of beach past beach-side restaurants or alternately take the hotel shuttle bus service to the heart of town, taking around 10 minutes.
Food and drink
Leelavadee is a casual beach front restaurant with views out over the ocean, and if the sky is clear it’s the perfect place for sundowners. Food is served all day and has both Thai and International menu.
Whilst the hotel is open to all ages there is no specific kids club, the concierge can organise day family trips out in to the national park for example.
Facilities and activities
Just steps away from the beach there's a swimming pool and Jacuzzi, alongside the beachfront restaurants and bar. The hotel can organise activities out to the national park or boat trips Phang Nga Bay and the Similian Islands whilst you’re in the area.
A charming and characterful small resort that provides the perfect base for some relaxation in a traditional Thai environment.
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