Cliff Ao Nang,
Thailand, West Coast and Islands
Info : Cliff Ao Nang
The Cliff Ao Nang is a quality, small boutique hotel in Krabi province, just minutes walk from some of its finest beaches.
Located on the outskirts of Ao Nang, the resort is one of the few small boutique properties in the town and represents superb value for the standard of facilities delivered. The hotel is cleverly designed and maximises the space it has with views of the imposing cliff backdrop and lush tropical gardens.
The hotel has 20 semi-detached bungalows and one suite. The rooms are designed in a minimal Thai style with all modern amenities. All have en-suite bathrooms with al-fresco outdoor showers and a private terrace. Air-conditioning, satellite television and wireless internet are also standard featured throughout. The hotel has a good open-air restaurant which serves a variety of European and Thai cuisine to a very high standard. A quality swimming pool sits invitingly at the centre of the resort, flanked by sun loungers and tropical plants.
Ao Nang itself has a long, sweeping beach and access to the picture-postcard Ralei Beach by Longtail boat or foot. The small town has a lively feel to it in season, with numerous seafront shops, restaurants, cafes and bars.
Krabi province is a great destination for holidaymakers, with miles of pristine beaches, dramatic limestone cliffs and varied activities. The Cliff is a short drive from Krabi Airport and offers some of the best value boutique accommodation in the area.
Comfort - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, whether it is character, service or excellent facilities.
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