The Chalala is an older but well-maintained beachfront resort facing a little lagoon surrounding the Koh Mat Lang island. The area right up front is too shallow for swimming, so you’ll have to walk down to the right a few 100 meters and for any really type of bathing or use their pool right next to the beach to cool off in. The resort is quite small with only 16 individual bungalow spread out across lush tropical gardens which offers a very relaxed atmosphere, food at the beachfront restaurant is good and very decently priced, bar has one of the longest happy hour ever, from 12pm to 9pm and attracts lots of people from neighbouring resorts.
The bungalows are a bit quirky, but they have plenty of space and are colourful. Inside, one could almost (ok with a little imagination) picture living in the town of Bedrock from the Flintstones era. The interior is spit in two levels, with a raised area for the bedroom in the back. Amenities are simple but include all the essentials: Firm bed, TV, mini-bar, good air con, small safe, boiler with coffee/tea, free water, beach towels, etc. All bungalows do have a small porch equipped with a table, chairs and a dry-rack. Overall a great place if you are looking for a relaxing place right on the beach, outside of the main drag with pool and anice bar/restaurant. Not for those who are looking for modern luxuries. Have a look below for the pictures I have personally took during my stay of the room and hotel amenities.
The Chalala Samui Resort Guest Friendly Policy: You can bring woman to your room and come in to hotel is free of charged but we cannot be held responsible in case that she steal any of your valuables.
What you see below are the actual pictures I took when staying in their Garden bungalowBOOK NOW