Coral Cove Chalet Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

210 Coral Cove Beach, Lamai, , Koh Samui, 84310, Thailand
Coral Cove Chalet
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Coral Cove Chalet

by pondo22

I have booked in to the sea veiw Suite.... has anyone been?? It looks ok but wanted to know if anyone else has stayed there??

RE: Coral Cove Chalet

by fjodolf1

I was there 2-3 years ago. Place is OK, but located in the middle on nowhere. It is a long walk to Chaweng and Lamai. No shops near by. You will have to jump on the bus to get anywhere. We stayed there 2 nights & then moved to a more centrally located place, The Banana Fan Club Resort at Chaweng. The beach at Coral Cove is also very small it is a climb to get to it. The restaurant there is OK.


RE: Coral Cove Chalet

by Hughbdo

Just got back from 10 days here, would have been less but I'd paid in advance. Alot of the people working here were very friendly and the restaurant & 'happy hour' good value. However the woman in charge of reception/reservations was very unhelpful. Don't use the cyberpoint internet at the hotel, I was on it when the line got cut, since it was impossible to log out all remaining time on the card was wasted & the reception desk people (who sold me the card) were useless when it came to refunding the money. We stayed in a cabin by one of the little beaches. It was a great size but unfortunately the aircon takes about 3 hours to cool the room down (it switches off when you leave the cabin).
Be carefull going for a swim from the beach the coral is sharp, however the snorkelling is spectacular and water warm. Be thorough in checking your bill when you leave, we spotted an overcharge of 10,000B - honest mistake? who knows but they didn't apologise for it. I would not stay here again.

Travel Tips for Ko Samui

Adding Gold Leaf to Buddha

by ATXtraveler

Although I am far from an expert on Buddhism, from my understanding, you are "making merit" in your life when you choose to add gold leaf to the image of a Buddha. There were several statues around the Wats that we visited where you can add gold leaf on to it.

If you love to dance

by jamiesamui about Sweet Soul

The Sweet Soul is situated at the top of Soi Geeen Mango at the foot of the Green Mango on the left hand side. A lot of people I spoke to this time Tourists & locals (expat & Thai) actually prefer this spot to the Green Mango.I personally found the music better than the Green Mango. There are 4 bars in Sweet Soul , you can either go to the bar yourself or they have people walking around to serve you so you never have to move far from the dance floor. It does get a bit crowded but they have large fans positioned around the place so it is advisable to position yourself near one of these. None

Na Thon Pier

by Jmill42

I flew into Samui, but I took the ferry out of it, back to Surat Thani. From Surat Thani, you can get a connection to anywhere in SE Asia, one way or anther. I booked my ticket all the way to Kuala Lumpur in Samui.

Na Thon pier is located on the west side of the island about 30 minutes by taxi. I decided to take the taxi from Chaweng, because I had to make the 7:15 boat and didn't want to miss it. It cost about 250 Baht, so it is definitely more expensive than one of the truck taxis with 10-15 passengers they have on Samui. For me it was worth it being that I was still asleep.

From November to May 3 boats go to Na Thon on Samui from Tha Thong at Surat Thani, taking 2 to 2 1/2 hours.

Departure times are "about" 7:30 am, noon and 14:30 pm, but this is Thailand, and that can and will change. From June to October there are only two express boats a day, at 7.30 am. and 1.30 pm.

There are numerous travel agents who book tickets, and these are the way to go.

Prepare Your Own Thai Meal

by JappaJukebox about SITCA

As an alternative approach to enjoying Thai cuisine you can visit the Samui Institute for Thai Culinary Arts and book a Thai cooking lesson. You will be taken through the whole process of preparing all your own ingredients and cooking your own meal. Afterwards you can invite a friend for free and enjoy your meal with the rest of your class.

We liked it so much that we did a three day course and learned to cook three dishes every day. The afternoon classes starts at 16:00 and by 18:00 everyone eat together. We learned more here about Thai cooking in three two hour cooking sessions than we did over two years of buying and paging through expensive coffee table Thai cookery books.

Hoi, the Chef Instructor runs a very professional and enjoyable course. So if you enjoy a fiddle in the kitchen - give it a go.

We have prepared most of the dishes we have learned to prepare at home with great success and now eat Thai at least four times a week. Our favorite was definitely the Tom Yum Goong. The SITCA recipe is simple and easy to cook with all the right flavours in the right proportions

Lamai Beach

by Willettsworld

Lamai Beach, situated a couple of bays to the south of Ko Samui's most famous beach, Chaweng, has long been considered the latter's poor cousin. The beach isn't as long, the off-white sand isn't as fine and the restaurants and bars lack the range and quality of those on Chaweng. That being said, both the guesthouses and resorts are considerably cheaper and Lamai Beach seems never as busy. So for those looking for value for money and smaller crowds, it can be a good choice.

The southern third of the beach has the widest strip of sand, is the best for swimming, and has the most nearby eating and drinking and shopping options. To the north, the water doesn't get deep enough for swimming until you're quite some distance out, and the further north you go, the narrower and quieter the beach becomes, eventually becoming rocky towards the headland.


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Address: 210 Coral Cove Beach, Lamai, , Koh Samui, 84310, Thailand