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The Racha

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Review date:   December 3, 2017 3:30AM
Review:   Great hotel. Really like this place. The rooms are clean and well taken care of with great decor. The bathrooms are large and well designed. The staff is very freindly and helpful and respond to all request quickly and promptly. The price is reasonable
Author:   Ian Cartwright
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Review date:   August 23, 2017 3:24PM
Review:   Very nice resort, but very expensive by Thai standards as well as even Western standards. The larger the rooms, the further back you are from the beach, although this is offset by a wonderful view, all the rooms facing the beach (where the sun sets). The resort is on a small sloping hill, so the further back you go the higher up you are and the better the view (think standout seating). We rented a fabulous villa with 2 bedrooms. The master bedroom was surrounded by electrically controlled blinds with floor to ceiling windows, 3 sides of which were surrounded by the infinitely pool you could walk directly into from the master bedroom or a door in the living room. Both rooms had an ensuite washroom. Staff were courteous and friendly, living up the the reputation. Pool/gym/restaurant were in a separate building and was lovely to watch the sun set from the infinity pool from there as well. The only downside is that the buffet breakfast was absolutely infested with countless "house flies", getting into everything and everything. Overall very much enjoyed the stay except for some minor quibbles, and would recommend the resort.
Author:   Heiko Gehrig
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Review date:   August 31, 2017 4:20AM
Review:   Amazing resort with great services! We wanted to escape from the overly touristy Phuket, so we chose The Racha. We were very impressed with the rooms we stayed at and the general feeling we got from all the staff. I joined the Thai cooking class and had a blast — the only downside is that it's quite pricey. It's a nice place to get away and relax for a bit as well as a great place to explore the ocean a bit. The beach there has the finest quartz sand I've ever seen in my life! If there was one thing The Racha could improve on, it'd be the food — though it's located on an island, presumably with good seafood supply, the prawns and fishes we had there were not too fresh on most days. I'm
Author:   Jennifer Fu
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Review date:   January 1, 2018 2:02PM
Review:   Tourist trap. The beaches are swarming with people from 11-4 pm. The numbers would be 1000 + in peak season. Absolute horrible atmosphere during these hours. The selection of food and quality poor. Not recommended if your have been to other resorts in thailand. Diving - some of the worst I have seen in thailand
Author:   Claes Thorstensen
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Review date:   November 3, 2017 10:04AM
Review:   Very nice island resort, at one with nature so expect bugs and strange smells from recycled water toilets. Friendly staff as per usual in Thailand, but the bay area gets extremely busy with tourists from 11am - 3pm now, at no fault of the hotel as all beaches in Thailand are public. Best time to go is end of November/beginning of December.
Author:   Toby Cook
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