the option of having people teach you juggling and stuff is nice. but if you are only there for a short time the 600B they charge seem too much. bungalows are very low quality and too expensive for local standards. most places offer a night for 100B less than the school does. also they advertised a pool which is still being built. i dont really care about not having a pool but i think it's not nice to lure customers in and then not stand up to what was promised.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (5 reviews)
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There are hostels which are just basic and you know what to expect. Then there are those that are just overwhelming: clean, tidy, friendly... all those things. And then there those that just don't care and still charge you the average hostel price or even more. For me LL was the latter. Lots of beds in small rooms, small kitchen, rather filthy. The house has a lot of potential. But it needs people to look after it and invest some love. It's okay for a night or two. But dont expect to feel @home.
Bankrut (Ban Krut) is very unknown. So you can be sure to relax and enjoy a beautiful place! It's kind of a resort but also a hostel. So you really get a deluxe stay for a hostel price! That's just amazing! The beach (only 30 steps away from the hostel) was 100% empty when I stayed here! And it's a 5km beach!!! The food served in the restaurant was delicious and the staff was sooo helpful and friendly! Bankrut also has the most beautiful temple in the southern part of Thailand! Bankrut ftw!:)
Located in Si Lom, you have many interesting things right around the corner. It's easy to get to the airport and to the main train station. The hostel itself has a great look: very creative interior and many funny details to discover! Beds were very comfy and staff was friendly. Overall it was very clean. No breakfast unfortunately, but many places to find food right outside. So that's no real problem. Very much recommended!