The Cape Kudu Hotel (076-592-600, sits on the secluded east coast of Koh Yao Noi, a charming and little-developed island between Krabi and Phuket.

Fifty-five clean-lined rooms evoke a colonial style through wooden construction, high ceiling, and wall panels matched with rattan furniture.

Rooms usually begin at B8,500/night, but starting Apr 1, they’re almost halving the cost of all room categories until Oct 31, meaning starting rates of B4,300. You can also book the Robinson Crusoe Suite overlooking Phang Nga Bay for B8,600 (normally B13,600) or a Pool Villa for B7,500 (down from B10,800).

Their in-house restaurant Hornbill sources ingredients from the hotel’s organic garden to serve a modern-international menu, while nearby you can also visit the ultra-luxe Six Senses Yao Noi.

They also plan to offer off-site tours to Koh Hong, sunset trips to a nearby lobster farm and batik painting sessions (from B200-1,000).

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