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Gaya Island Resort
Dit schitterend gelegen eco-resort ligt op een steenworp afstand van het bruisende Kota Kinabalu. Op dit weelderig begroeide eiland worden luxe, idyllische rust en natuurlijke schoonheid gecombineerd. Een unieke ervaring op Borneo die niet kan worden geëvenaard!
Over Gaya Island Resort
- gourmet en wellness
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Verwen uzelf met een lunch op het privé-eiland Tavajun Bay U bereikt het eiland na vijf minuten varen.
Plafondventilator, WiFi, televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, bureau, open badkamer en veranda met dagbed en uitzicht op het resort.
Plafondventilator, WiFi, televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, bureau, open badkamer, veranda met dagbed en uitzicht op de jungle.
Gelegen op 15 minuten uit de kust vanaf Kota Kinabalu.
• 3 Restaurants
• Kids Club
• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals duiken, snorkelen, vissen en kajakvaren
• Diverse excursiemogelijkheden zoals eilandtocht of sunset cruise
Sabah’s hoofdstad Kota Kinabalu biedt zowel moderne winkelcentra als authentieke marktjes. U kunt zich hier prima (laten) onderdompelen in de Maleisische cultuur en de benodigde souvenirs kopen.
Myself and my girlfriend stayed here for 7 days . Ideal location and brilliant staff. Some really interesting free itinerary on each day such as walks/ meditation / yoga and some paid ones. Rooms were great and very large, some steep climbs for older people to be aware of so book closer to front if you need. Food was really good. To get the cons out of the way, they need one public area where you can relax with air con, bar/restaurant all open to heat. Activities are really restricted in terms of numbers although it wasn't a really busy time when we were there.Although we weren't counting the pennies the add ons do add up, I am delighted to pay the eco nature government fee but this should be included in price not as a daily charge on final bill checking out. Website advertised 20km of trials which doesn't exist.Paying for lunch and dinner can be quite expensive and the all day package meal 'deals' don't add up. Having said that everything ran on time, staff were brilliant as mentioned especially bar staff, Iffah from nature side was infectious with her passion and Sharuul on front desk helped us save a fortune on renting car for two days and checked everything before and after to make sure all was ok , really took pride in his work. So in summary enjoy this fabulous staff/ hotel/ surroundings.
"Peaceful island resort"
This was a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the sunshine. There are separate villas for guests with beautiful facilities such as big bath tubs and luxury beauty products. The snorkeling is better on the other islands. Breakfast is fantastic with the most delicious banana pancakes. The staff are very friendly and helpful.
"Nice relaxing island resort"
Lovely island about 10 min boat trip from jussleton jetty very picturesque and nice clear water The rooms are very nice and clean we had a canopy villa but seem to have got the only 1 of 2 rooms that didnt have a proper deck or daybed a bit dissappointing The food is very good with a lovely japanese restaurant and a very nice dress up one called fishermans basket great food. The main restaurant has a large variety and the chefs are very interactive serving up some delicious dishes The health spa is great but a little pricey The resort is perfect for couples and honeymooners very quiet at night just a small bar and not much else Lots of stairs and not very disabled friendly most appartments have lots of stairs. The only other criticism is the rubbish in the water the resort does its best to keep it under control but it keeps coming. In all a lively resort would recommend it
"Low season stay"
We stayed here in February and didn't realize it's the low season. It turned out to be a blessing as the resort was not overrun by guests and the atmosphere was peaceful and relaxing. Even though our villa was up on the hill, it was manageable, we just spent more time by the pool/beach. Food in the main dining room was quite decent, they did offer a good variety of dishes. Although I thought the resort should have served more local fruits. The facilities were very comfortable; the pool was clean and big enough for lap swimming, the library had a nice view, and the beach was wonderful. All the staff were very helpful and made our stay very comfortable. The one complaint I do have is the garbage and debris flow in the bay, right in front of the resort, during morning hours. I went snorkeling one morning, it was nice and sunny which was perfect condition, and soon discovered I was swimming among garbage! This was very unfortunate since this only occurred in the morning when conditions were best for snorkeling. The resort offered guided snorkeling at 2:00 pm, but by then it was already too hot! Transportation to and from the island was very smooth. Overall, it was a nice stay since I was there mainly to relax and enjoy the facilities.
"Great Location but not if you have any mobility issues"
Super rooms but about all on the side of a mountain. There is about a 1 in 4 climb to reach your room which means darting back from the beach is not for the unfit. The room balcony is extensive- you either overlook the sea or the jungle. Just watch out for visits by families of monkeys. They are not scared of humans, will open your patio doors if you leave them unlocked and know exactly where the mini bar is and how to get in! One problem was that the only balcony seating is an upholstered bench (no chairs of any kind) which is open to the regular rains, These make them unusable in the morning if it had rained in the night. Rooms are large with fine facilities. We needed to remind housekeeping to keep the room restocked but after we did they loaded us with stuff. Beds are large and comfortable. The bathroom area is as large as some hotel rooms I know and well stocked although our towels had seen better days. The main restaurant, a buffet service, was excellent and we took all of our meals there. It is important to seek out Chef Dorish. He loves being asked for something special and will be thrilled to bring to your table one of his creations. The beach is fine with shallow water and an offshore reef. Be careful, however as there are jelly fish and two people, one a child, were stung quite badly during our stay. In fairness, warnings are posted but so often ignored. There are plenty of loungers but the hotel bar could sell a lot more drinks if they sent a waiter down more than once in a blue moon. The hotel buildings are modern and bright but I have never seen so many concrete steps! This is again an issue if you have mobility issues (or cannot see so well on a dark evening) so take great care. The pool is excellent. We found the staff welcoming,friendly, provided a high level of service and quickly responded to any request. Our only real problem was at arrival. After travelling 22 hours and being deposited at the ferry point office on the mainland, we were told that we would need to wait an hour before being taken to the hotel (a 10 minute crossing). This I regard as totally unacceptable given that the Hotel knew when to expect us as they had arranged the airport taxi. We have stayed at other island resorts and never had this problem. After such a long journey we explained in no uncertain terms our displeasure and a boat arrived after 25 minutes. That aside this is a great resort with character. We had 8 great days there.
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