Stayed there during the Full moon festival, the room was basic but fairly large, small fridge, no TV (not that I was bothered about that). Room was expensive for what you get but this is typical at that time, looking outside of the full moon period, the room was a more reasonable price.
Food at the hotel is OK but fairly expensive.
WiFi was very good and coverage throughout.
Beach was quite nice and quiet.
Staff were very nice and helpful - I hired a motorbike and the resort organised for the delivery?(they picked me up at no cost) from a local supplier, I had tried myself to find one but couldn't find one that looked trustworthy nearby. The provider which the resort uses was very nice and professional, they explained more about the hire rather than just giving you a bike and away you go without explanation of the hire, My passport was kept by them but it was more professional and trustworthy than other places I have used...
A motorbike (or car) is essential at this resort to avoid paying so much for the taxi's as the closest family mart isn't within walking distance. Location is about half way between Haad Rin and the Pier so both are easily accessible along a single road.
Housekeeping and towels changing only by request each day.
It was quite noisy at night from drunk people, not sure if they were at the hotel or making their way home along the road, which is behind the hotel rooms - this sound may be blocked by the hotel, in the bungalow rooms. Ear plugs are provided!