From the website this hotel looked just what we wanted in terms of quality and size.
The reason for this negative review is that having booked the most expensive room (deluxe balcony) every morning (about 6am) we were woken by the Buddist/Hindu temple/meeting hall right next door playing loud amplified music and 'wailing' singing. This went on for hours! After the second such awakening, I lodged a complaint with reception at 6am - no response received from the management. Two other couples of a similar age and background to us said they would not return to this hotel. Add in this this barking dogs from the land immediately by our room and it destroyed our expectations. Somewhere, we had read that this hotel was 'tranquil' - it is not!
The swimming pool is not very big, yet the management actively encourage non-residents to use it for the price of a drink. There are limited sun loungers which can mean that you have paid big $'s to stay but cannot chill out on a...