- Reviews: 1826
Pop Guesthouse.: As good as any
If you are arriving at the new bus station a little out of town, the chances are you will be hassled by the shared taxi drivers who will offer to take you into the centre, and they will but they will undoubtedly drop you off in front of Pop's guesthouse which is in the middle of the backpacker area. "Pop" seems to have some sort of monopoly agreement with the drivers. In fairness, once they drop you off you are free to explore the various options nearby although Pop or one of his staff will try and give you the hard sell. As it happened, on the recommendation of an expat in Cambodia who visits regularly on a visa run I had decided on Pop's anyway so it wasn't a problem.
Having enquired as to price, I was then led by one of the staff down the road, and around a little back alley to another compound a little distant from the main building. It appears the Pop empire is scattered hither and yon through out the old town. The roon (pictured) is basic but perfectly adequate, en-suite with hot water, not that it was required in the March heat, and a satellite TV with a good selection of channels. There is a pleasant little verandah outside. At 300B per night, I thought it was a reasonable deal, close in the middle of the backpacker arwa and a few minutes walk from the centre of town.
Nothinbg uniques, just a decent budget option.
- Reviews: 102
Peterpan resort: Paradise on earth
We stayed in a nice hut in front of the beach. Sitting and reading a book at the balcony during the day, hiding from the sun was a pleasure. In the late afternoon then it's time for swimming and walking along the beach. We prefered swimming in the sea to swiming in the pool. Dinner at Peterpan was more than we could have.
Long beach, good service and great food.
- Reviews: 243
Ban Jaidee Guesthouse is: The Simple Life
Ban Jaidee Guesthouse is a simple, clean establishment with friendly staff. The rooms are sparse and the bathrooms are shared, but at 120 baht ($3 U.S.!) per night, the value can't be beat.
- Reviews: 16
SA Hotel: Decent Hotel in Trat Town Centre
On arrival at the bus station, no matter where you ask the tuk tuk driver to take you, you end up at Pop's Guesthouse. Fortunately not too far to walk to town centre. The best of only 3 hotels in town (lots of guesthouses though). Full review at http://www.littlewhiteswan.com/Accom/az08/0806.html
Clean and comfortable and good value
- Reviews: 154
POP BUNGALOWS & GUESTHOUSE: NICE RECOMMENDATION
We were not planning to stay here at all, but due to the fact that we were late leaving Bangkok, we missed our last ferry to Koh Chang. This place was recommended to us by the bus operator just as we left Bangkok, as he suspected we wouldn't make our connection.
As it turned out it was a short (just overnight) stay, but not too bad. It gave us a good night to rest and see some of the area near our bungalow, before going on to Chang the next morning.
The room that we had included air-con, double bed, TV, hot water, all for 450bht per night. Other services that they offer include:
-Motorbikes for rent
-Tickets to Koh Chang, Si Hanauk Ville, and Phanompenh
I wasn't expecting to stay here at all, but it turned out to be a perfect stop for us, even for just one night.
Well it was for less then 24 hours but, I would have to say that the service from the staff was excellent. They were helpful in answering any of our questions and arranged the boat tickets for us the next day, including transport to the pier.
- Reviews: 102
Ko Kood Cabana: Peaceful resort
Lots of bangalows built amongst coconut trees with air conditioning or without it.
Good service, lovely seafood.
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