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What a fabulous resort this is...
The staff are so friendly and very helpful..
Bee helped us out with travel arrangements when we had difficulties changing the time of the ferry..
The room we stayed in was lovely , we will hopefully go back to...More
Good place to stay with quite surrounding and perfect break away form the busy city life. The Resort has newly upgraded rooms and improved diving facilities. Just a five minute away from the main beach which is next to Laguna Hotel.
To be clear, my family and I had a great stay at this resort, and would stay again if we ever return to Redang. But it has too many quirks to warrant a higher rating.
We arrived via the road entrance, which is appallingly dirty...More
This hotel is possibly the best in the row of hotels along the beach front but is certainly overpriced. On the positive side, the hotel is possibly the best of the average local hotels along the beach front. The inhouse scuba diving centre operated by...More
Loved everything about our stay here. Highly recommended! It's very clean and well taken care off. the view from the cafe was very nice, Very nice pool and my kids very2 fun. The hotell staff very friendly & delicious foods.iam plan to coming again.. Loved the...More
Response from CrystalNg | Reviewed this property |
Hi Shiloh yes it’s a requirement that the resort will have to enforce, but once out in the sea if you are a seasoned swimmer and experienced in snorkelling don’t think you will have a problem going down without the life vest... More
Hi Shiloh yes it’s a requirement that the resort will have to enforce, but once out in the sea if you are a seasoned swimmer and experienced in snorkelling don’t think you will have a problem going down without the life vest as many of us did that and the guide didn’t stop us