Cape Kudu is attractive, has extremely comfortable accommodation, with the high service levels…
Cape Kudu is a delightful new superior first class hotel with attractive accommodation and elevated location, with fantastic views of the numerous limestone islands on the horizon. You will normally arrive in Phuket, make the short 15 minute transfer to the ferry point at Bang Rong Pier, where Cape Kudu has its own hospitality office lounge. From there you continue by public speedboat ferry to Manoh Pier on Koh Yao Noi for 30 minutes. Finally a rather scenic 15 minute drive across the island to reach the resort. Alternatively you can travel via Krabi which is slightly closer than Phuket ( see Chic Check )
Cape Kudu have a choice of 55 deluxe rooms and individual villas.
The 43 Deluxe rooms are in two 3 storey wings set at the back of the hotel. They are reminiscent of a French colonial “Ginger bread“ style frequently found in Indochina or Mauritius, with large balconies complete with swing. The interiors are bright, fresh and spacious.
Further forward you have 11 freestanding villas, each with living area, bedroom and plunge pool.
Hornbill Restaurant with Gazebo- the prefect place for looking out to the islands
Library and the adjoining reading room
The fitness is in one of the accommodation buildings
Spa due to open November 2017
Across the small road you have a beach, with the nearest part man made and raised above the rocks and the more natural cove just to the right
The hotel can arrange a number of tours, with the island hopping trip by the longtail boat, the sunset cruise, batik painting or the bike tour visiting small villages and experience the local culture
A very welcome addition to the Koh Yao Noi hotel scene. Cape Kudu is attractive, has extremely comfortable accommodation, with the high service levels expected with the Cape & Kantary Hotel Group (Other hotels include Cape Panwa Phuket and Cape Nidhra Hua Hin).
For us it would be a great base to explore this region of Thailand. Koh Yao Noi is wonderfully tropical, hardly developed, and a perfect contrast to the more commercialised Phuket and Krabi. The beaches on Koh Yao Noi are pleasant without being exceptional, but the water quality is superb, with some excellent snorkelling opportunities.
Why not consider an Andaman Explorer itinerary with 3 nights in Phuket? We suggest the unique Keemala, then 4 nights at Cape Kudu. End up with 4 nights at the Tubkaak just outside Krabi. Plus, if time allows, a few nights of shopping and sightseeing in Bangkok.
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