We stayed in a room with pool access. Pool hour is slightly conservative, 7:00-18:00. We liked a little more extension.
The resort is close to beach and we also enjoyed it.
There are many restaurants around the resort and convenient for dining.
Facilities are almost OK for all. The biggest problem with the resort is Mosquitos.
In all corners of the room, there are herd of mosquitos. Everyday we requested housekeeping for extermination.
Over all, this is a very relaxing resort
Excellent stay at Twin Lotus. We loved it so much we extended our stay by two days. the beach is beautiful and very clean. The beach areas in either side of the Twin Lotus property is not well kept and had lots of garbage all over. The room was nice but the towels were dingy and need replacing. Food at the hotel is expensive and not great. Better to take a tuk tuk to town to eat.
Traveller from Toronto
On the beach at Lanta Yai Island, this resort is one km (one-half mile) from the shopping and nightlife of Saladan …More
The hotel is well placed, towards the northern end of Long Beach. This is a good area to base yourself on Lanta, it's an easy motorbike ride away if you want to go north to the markets or south to other beaches like Klong Nin. Pools were great and some of the rooms have balconies you could swim from. Staff were amazing - helpful and friendly. My room was clean and comfortable. I've stayed a few places in Lanta over the years but this was by far my favourite. I'll definitely be back.
The elegance room was very nice,with beautiful sea view,comfortable,with a big balcony.The swimming pool was nice,excellent breakfast,and very goog food also at the restaurant.The staff was very friendly.the reggae bar was absolutely perfect.
Traveller from greece
Crown Lanta poised majestically on an impressive elevate private 14-rai peninsula throne, boasting two gorgeous private …More
Good location and the beach front villas were in the best position. Great having the pool near the beach. Happy room was close to pool. Lunch and dinner were usual Thai standard. Breakfast was disappointing and had no bacon. Room was pleasant but bathroom is a bit outdated and not set up well.
If your mobility isn't great then this place is not for you. All the rooms are located up a long hill and there are no mini carts to take you from the entrance to your room which I feel is a requirement. The staff don't speak great english. However the rooms are nice and comfortable, only thing that lets it down is the bathroom, it smells so bad and isn't as clean as the bedroom. The decor should be a lot nicer as the bedroom is good.
Don't pay for the breakfast it's awful and a rip off, just different types of egg. There are restaurants near by which are nicer and cheaper.
The hotel grounds and common areas are beautiful. The staff was very friendly. The breakfasts were very nice and featured a good buffet of western dishes, egg station, and fruit, along with a Thai food option that varied each day. The room was kept very clean, had plenty of space, and the balcony was nice. The bed was very firm, though I have since noticed this to be the case everywhere I have stayed in Thailand. The bathroom was sparse but sufficient. Most services (motorbike, food, transportation, excursions) were much cheaper if booked from one of the many places up the road.
Lanta Island is a cultural melting pot. Chinese merchants live side-by-side with Thai fishing families. Nine beaches line the west coast, with Ban Saladan being the main centre for dive shops and dining. The island can be reached by ferry from both Krabi (2 hours) and Trang (2.5 hours).