L Resort - Krabi, Thailand

L Resort is both quaint and modern. Chris and I had no idea what to expect when we booked our stay, as we heard that they had just gone through a renovation. We were greeted by a kind reception who almost immediately handed us an iPad, which sums up our stay pretty well. The L Resort was all about comfort, but provided in a modern, almost futuristic way. If you're staying in Aonang Beach, Krabi then I highly recommend a stay there.

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Location

Address: 31 Moo 2, Ao Nang Beach, Krabi, กระบี่ 81000

Phone:075 637 485

One of my favorite parts of the L, was its location, which was right across the street from the famous Aonang Beach. It is also conveniently located to Krabi Town, with plenty of bars and restaurants in walking distance. 

Food

L Resort’s restaurant was called Wanna’s Place, which was a Thai/Swiss fusion that served everything from Pad Thai to Plätzi. They provided us with free breakfast. So bomb! They had everything from a latte machine to Guava juice. Whatever type of breakfast eater you are, they had something to cater to your needs. They even provided some dinner options like cashew chicken and fried rice.

We also ate dinner there twice and both times were served excellent dishes at reasonable prices. You also receive two 20% off coupons upon arrival to be used in the restaurant.

Decor

As I said, the Decor was extremely modern and the entire place is decked out in white tile with purple accents. Our waterfall shower was AMAZING and the room had a really cool feel in general.

Hospitality/Service

The hospitality and service of the L Resort were great. We were served drinks by the pool and were provided an endless supply of water and coffee in our room. When we were arriving and leaving we were helped with our bags. The previously mentioned iPad was given for us to keep in our room to look through the restaurant’s menu and to call for any service options we wanted.

Pool

The pool was clean and fun to play in! There were two separate pools and a bridge going over one. There was also a cove type thing that you could use to stay in the water, but get out of the sun.