When it opened, Remark Cottage was one of the nicest small bungalow resorts on the island. The owners spent a lot of time and effort to create a small ‘designer hut’ resort set amidst beautiful, landscaped tropical gardens.
The actual bungalows were pretty simple, wooden design and fitted out and decorated to a good 2 star standard. The large restaurant is also full of interesting touches, which isn’t surprising given the owner is an architect.
However, over the years the standards haven’t been kept up and the bungalows are beginning to show their age. Be aware of that if you decide to book.
There’s no natural beach here but a small artificial sand beach has been created for people wanting to sunbathe. In the centre of the resort there is also a ‘Spa pool’ which is an alternative to saying it’s a ‘very small pool’.
If you need a hideaway and can avoid the weekends then this is a peaceful place to stay. You’ll also see that the resort can be pretty expensive for what you get and that room rates are higher over the weekend. This is down to it’s popularity with Bangkokians who like to stay here and whom make up the majority of guests.