The well-respected group of Cape Spas welcomes one more to its prestigious order at Cape Kudu Hotel on the little island of Koh Yao Noi in Phang Nga Bay. Through the charming, rustic, almost Mediterranean turret of the entrance in its garden setting a suite of treatment rooms of exquisite comfort awaits you, infused with the gentle glow of natural sunlight, calm tranquillity and a warm promise of refreshment.
Tambon Ko Yao Noi Chang Wat Phang Nga 82160 Thailand
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Exceptionally comfortable … I loved the rooms they are so cosy and clean and everything thought of. Breakfasts are incredible and on Saturdays and Sundays at breakfast they have free Champagne and it is Champagne!…. the swimming pools are fab and we loved that one of them was an adult only pool. The staff are wonderful , we booked an extra night but ended up staying two more as the Island as well as the hotel is so friendly and warm. There are lovely restaurants to walk out to from the Hotel, lots !….and all with sea views. I so recommend just trying the little stalls although always go an hour before your hungry to avoid being HANGRY…We decided to have a private boat to see the islands which wasnt expensive and went early to avoid the crowds. The hotel organised this for us and is definitely the way to go. Thank you team for a fabulous stay. Pip and Jonathan
We are currently still in Thailand after our stay at Cape Kudu having moved on to Ao Nang then Khoa Lak. After our stay at Cape Kudu I can only hold Cape Kudu in the highest regards. The hotel was stunning, the breakfast was excellent and the staff fully complimented everything good. Our room was a top floor sea view room which was excellently presented. If you are looking for a quality place to stay in a location that has yet to be overcome by tourism then this is the place for you. You are somewhat remote but still ample restaurants around including the one located within the hotel ( Hornbills) which again was excellent and good value. We arranged transfers and excursions through the hotel which were efficiently undertaken with superb communication. Good to see the hotel supporting the local folk and not taking their cut too !!! The last thing that stands out at this hotel is the General Manager. He is everywhere and always in hand to chat or offer assistance. My only criticism if any would be the area needs some form of shop something similar to a 7/11.
Hotel is excellent, rooms comfortable and clean. Staff friendly and helpful the hotel manager leads by example and the rest of the staff cdertainly follow his lead, free kayaks and bicycle hire. Food is good and make sure your stay includes a Wednesday evening, there is a "Meet the Management" event in the early evening with complimentary cocktails, wine, soft drinks, canapes, etc. The food in the hotel is a little on the expensive side for Thailand (but not unreasonable for the standard of hotel) but there are other restaurants within easy walking distance.