Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Ton Sai Beach
This is the arrival point for Ko Phi Phi. The pier is at the centre, with most resorts out to the east. Behind the beach is Ton Sai village.
Efficient and well run1 Moo 7, Ton Sai Beach
T: (075) 610 100; F: (075) 601 102
Phi Phi Villa Resort has a handful of different styles of rooms, most of which are either freestanding chalets or adjoining bungalows. Rooms are of a good size, though the concrete finish in the ... Read the full review of Phi Phi Villa Resort.
Great views, expansive resort69/1 Moo 7, Ton Sai Beach
T: (075) 601 127; F: (075) 601 126
The reception for Arayaburi actually looks after two properties belonging to the same owner, Bayview and Arayaburi, with the former being the older and slightly more affordable of the two. Between ... Read the full review of Arayaburi Resort and Bay View Resort.
Hidden away apartment-style roomsWestern end of Ton Sai Beach
T: (075) 601 365;
Mama Beach residence is nestled against the cliffs at the far western end of Ton Sai Bay on a lovely section of beach well away from the mayhem of Ton Sai village. Accommodation is in the form of a ... Read the full review of Mama Beach Residence.
Jungle vibeBetween Ton Sai Beach and Long Beach
T: (083) 649 9492;
Not on Ton Sai Beach itself, sprawling Viking Resort runs across a couple of beaches between Arayaburi and Long Beach and offers a wide range of bungalows, including quite comfortable and solid ... Read the full review of Viking Nature Resort.1,500B to 4,000B 12 votes Midrange
Clean huts, crowded poolTon Sai Beach
T: (075) 601 077; F: (075) 601 078
Of the resorts along this length of Ton Sai Bay, this is about the pick of the bunch. They have a wide variety of rooms available from very old, fan-cooled bungalows to new air-con chalets and ... Read the full review of Andaman Beach Resort.
Hotel style rooms with a pool1 Moo 7, Ton Sai Beach, Ko Phi Phi
T: (075) 601 106; F: (075) 601 107
Phi Phi Andaman Legacy has two styles of rooms — aged bungalows that predate the tsunami and a large three-storey hotel building towards the rear of the resort. The bungalows, which are ... Read the full review of Phi Phi Andaman Legacy.
Besic air-con huts1 Moo 7, Ton Sai Beach, Ko Phi Phi
T: (075) 601 111; F: (075) 601 113
Andaman Resort is the most affordable of the beachside places along this stretch of Ton Sai Bay, but that's not to say it is especially good value. While the simple bungalows are air-con, the one we ... Read the full review of Andaman Resort.
Lots of basic rooms, an overflow option1 Moo 7, Ton Sai Beach, Ko Phi Phi
T: (075) 618 126; F: (075) 601 258
Phi Phi Don Chukit Resort has two main styles of rooms — old air-con bungalows that are staggered down to the beach footpath and a bunch of fan-cooled rooms in a two-storey longhouse-style ... Read the full review of Phi Phi Don Chukit Resort.
Ton Sai village
Quite simply central Ton Sai village parties late. If you're on a budget, like a party, late night food, don't mind touts and can handle things with a good grace then this is for you.
A good spotTon Sai village
T: (075) 601 227; F: (075) 601 280
The location isn't the greatest with respect to the beach, but the hilly rock-garden grounds are well-shaded, the welcome is warm and the staff particularly helpful. Chunut's collection of bungalows, ... Read the full review of Chunut House.600B to 1,500B 5 votes Flashpacker
Amazing views125/148 Moo 7, Ton Sai village
T: (075) 601 391; F: (075) 601 393
You can't get any higher on Ko Phi Phi than here and walking up all the stairs, you'll feel like you're trekking up to the viewpoint everytime you head to your room. But the view, oh the view! Rooms ... Read the full review of Phi Phi Arboreal Resort.
Good value hotel style lodgingTon Sai village
T: (075) 601 062; F: (075) 601 046
P.P. Palmtree Resort is the best value hotel-style property in the village. It is about a five minute walk from Ton Sai Beach and ten minutes from Lo Dalam. Rooms are set in a multi-storey building ... Read the full review of P.P. Palm Tree Resort.
Great low season family valueTon Sai village
T: (075) 601 090; F: (075) 601 090
Not to be confused with the same-named (and same-owned property in the village), the bungalows here are concrete resort-style affairs set on a very steep hillside with views of the valley and the ... Read the full review of J. J. Bungalow.
Good backpacker optionTon Sai village
T: (075) 601 302;
These old-school bamboo and thatch huts with hammocks out front and a sunken cold water bathrooms at rear are, for the standard and location, great backpacker value. They're actually in a kind of ... Read the full review of Flower Bungalows.
Good dormsTon Sai village
T: (086) 070 3144;
Most beds that cost 200 baht on Ko Phi Phi aren't really worth the electrons we'd expel in writing about them, but the unusual Mr Local in the heart of Ton Sai village has some pretty decent dorm ... Read the full review of Mr Local.
Central, spotless mini hotel194/1,5-6 Moo 7, Ton Sai village
T: (075) 601 149; F: (075) 601 149
Conveniently located straight across from the market in the centre of Ton Sai village, Ivory has no-nonsense air-con rooms with TV, minibar and free WiFi. This is a functional, clean mini-hotel and ... Read the full review of Ivory.
Smart minihotel rooms with a poolNear the post office, Ton Sai village
T: (075) 601 090;
The classiest of the JJ properties, JJ Residence is one of the growing number of clean and well-maintained mini-hotels in the centre of Ton Sai village, located just beside the post office and a very ... Read the full review of J.J. Residence.
Stunningly secluded viewsTon Sai village
T: (075) 601 121; F: (075) 601 123
It's a long climb up a lot of steps to the rooms here and the views, overlooking Ton Sai village and Lo Dalam in the distance, are great. The rooms have hardwood floors, fridges, TV, safes and ... Read the full review of Phitharom PP Resort.1,500B to 4,000B 3 votes Midrange
Clean, functional roomsTon Sai village
T: (082) 804 5809;
This place is typical of the new brand of budget-orientated rooms on Ko Phi Phi. There's not really a guesthouse portion to it, just a bunch of fan-cooled and air-con rooms on the upper floor, with a ... Read the full review of Pak Klong.
Backpacker option in the villageTon Sai village
The Rock is a central and very long-running rambling budget haunt in the centre of Ton Sai village. It's sort of hidden up in the rockery behind their boat-restaurant thing. Well shaded concrete ... Read the full review of The Rock Inn.
Great first impressionsTon Sai village, Ko Phi Phi
T: (075) 601 139;
Located on a sidestreet opposite the Irish Pub in the heart of Ton Sai village. Kinnaree bills itself as a boutique guesthouse but it is more just a typical Ko Phi Phi guesthouse. Ceramic frangipanis ... Read the full review of Kinnaree House.
A great spotUp the hill at the end of the viewpoint road, Ton Sai village
T: (081) 968 1436;
Tropical Garden Bungalows are a great option for the Viewpoint area, getting the aesthetics of their wooden bungalows just right. They're rustic without being too shabby, spacious and overflow with ... Read the full review of Tropical Garden Bungalows.600B to 1,500B 5 votes Flashpacker
Ao Lo Dalam
Before the tsunami, this was Phi Phi's most popular beach to stay on. It's still to recover fully, but as long you don't mind the noise from the bars, this is a popular area.
A budgetish shack by the seaLo Dalam
T: (075) 601 309;
This spot is pretty much last off the rank on Lo Dalam (unless you want to trek all the way to PP Sunset Bay Resort) and it offers really basic bamboo and rattan bungalows, which as they're brand new ... Read the full review of PP Sunset Pavillion.
Sprawling and popular129, Moo 7, Ton Sai village
T: (075) 601 214; F: (075) 601 215
P.P Casita is owned by Phi Phi Hotel and offers a broad selection of rooms, with small cosy bungalows through to larger chalets, along with classy rooms in a hotel-like block structure. Staff are ... Read the full review of P.P Casita.
Unusual bungalowsAo Lo Dalam
T: (081) 894 1246;
Nestled in beside the excellent Ciao Bella Italian restaurant, Baia Baia is as good as the food is next door. There's only a handful of these quite unusually designed wooden bungalows on site and ... Read the full review of Baia Baia.
Modern hotel and a giant poolAo Lo Dalam
T: (075) 601 170; F: (075) 601 178
The biggest hotel on the island, Cabana certainly breaks local building regulations because of its size, and you'll either love it or hate it. On the plus side, it has a very well-sized, freeform ... Read the full review of Phi Phi Island Cabana Hotel.
High on the hill with great views107 Moo 7 Ao Lo Dalam
T: (075) 601 200; F: (075) 601 200
Located at the far end of Lo Dalam beach, about a five-minute walk from the beach itself, this resort is a little secluded but still close enough to town and the action. Some of the rooms are way, ... Read the full review of Phi Phi Viewpoint Resort.1,500B to 4,000B 2 votes Midrange
Charmless but centralAo Lo Dalam
T: (075) 601 166; F: (075) 601 167
Before the tsunami, PP Charlie was a popular spot with about 30 bungalows right on the water. They were all destroyed and subsequently PP Charlie combined with PP Princess to offer hotel-style ... Read the full review of PP Princess and Charlie Beach Resort.1,500B to 4,000B 2 votes Midrange
Cheap and right on the beachAo Lo Dalam beach
T: (075) 601 285;
The main offering at PP Twin Palm Bungalows is very basic wood and thatch bungalows, all with room for a bed, a fan, and that's it. These are not spacious beach shacks — if you share one with a ... Read the full review of PP Twin Palm Bungalows.
This very pretty strip of sand used to be Phi Phi's backpacker beach, but they've been priced back to the village now and it's flashpacker and up here now.
A great getaway spotAo Poh
T: (086) 690 5086;
Not on Long Beach itself, Ao Poh sits on the same-named beach, which is just to the north of Phi Phi Hill. In high season (Ao Poh is closed in off season), this is one of those places you'll find ... Read the full review of Ao Poh Resort.600B to 1,500B 3 votes Flashpacker
A beautiful addition to the islandLong Beach, Ko Phi Phi
T: (075) 819 206; F: (075) 819 205
It's difficult to miss Phi Phi The Beach Resort as it slowly spreads over the hillside behind Long Beach. The oversized bungalows, with their equally oversized verandas, really make no effort ... Read the full review of Phi Phi The Beach Resort.4,000B to 8,000B 2 votes Toprange
Our first choice on Long BeachLong Beach, Ko Phi Phi
T: (01) 968 3982;
We found the staff at the long-running Paradise Resort to be the friendliest of all the places on Long Beach and the rooms are of a good standard. As with Paradise Pearl at the northern end of the ... Read the full review of Paradise Resort.1,500B to 4,000B 3 votes Midrange
Good family-sized rooms138 Moo 7, Long Beach, Ko Phi Phi
T: (075) 601 246;
Paradise Pearl is the northernmost of the resorts on Long Beach, so if you're walking here you'll stumble out of the forest and into Paradise Pearl. While it has a handful of beachfront rooms, the ... Read the full review of Paradise Pearl Bungalows.1,500B to 4,000B 10 votes Midrange
Great viewsLong Beach
T: (075) 618 203;
Slowly being marginalised by the neighbouring Phi Phi The Beach resort, Phi Phi Hill was closed for low season when we last wandered through in September 2011 and while there wasn't a single staffer ... Read the full review of Phi Phi Hill Resort.600B to 1,500B 13 votes Flashpacker
Ao Toh Ko
This blip of a beach sits just to the south of Rantee Bay or a 30-minute scrabble over the rocks to the north of Lo Moo Dee. It's a very pretty beach and there is good snorkelling here.
Top spotAo Toh Ko
T: (081) 537 0528;
Also known as Ao Toh Ko Bungalows, we've been long-running fans of Tohko Beach Resort. It sits on an idyllic stretch of very isolated beach on the east coast of Ko Phi Phi. It's grown over the years ... Read the full review of Tohko Beach Resort.600B to 1,500B 43 votes Flashpacker
Rantee should be oh so much better than it is, but the bungalows, for whatever reason, just don't appear to be able to get their act together.
The budget option of a very average bunchRantee Beach
The oddly named Rantee Remember has two main styles of rooms, wood and thatch bungalows facing the beach and a single row of uninspiring concrete bungalows running back from the beach behind the ... Read the full review of Rantee Remember.
Mediocre huts but friendly peopleRantee Beach
The staff at Rantee Sunrise were friendly enough, but the handful of once simple huts sitting directly on the sand are really pretty dire and we're really only listing them because they are open ... Read the full review of Rantee Sunrise.
In transitionRantee Beach
Rantee Hut went on a massive expansion splurge a few years ago, with some quite luxurious plans, but got caught out by the economic dramas and the owner ran out of cash. What remains is a range of ... Read the full review of Rantee Hut.
Pak Nam Beach
Pak Nam is set between Rantee and Lo Bakao and is home to a single excellent flashpacker spot. If you don't mind the isolated location, and it fits your budget, look no further.
Best spot on Ko Phi PhiPak Nam Beach
T: (089) 475 6536;
Look, we'll just come out and say it, as long as you don't mind the isolation, if this fits your budget, Phi Phi Relax Beach Resort is the best place on Ko Phi Phi. The bungalows are beautiful and ... Read the full review of Phi Phi Relax Beach Resort.1,500B to 4,000B 8 votes Midrange
Ao Lo Bakao
Home to one of Ko Phi Phi's most exclusive resorts, Lo Bakao is a very pretty beach with a shallow drop, making it good for kids.
Style, style, style!Ao Lo Bakao
T: (076) 363 700; F: (076) 214 918
If you're going to pay ransom money to enjoy a four-star luxury resort, you'd better be sure your kidnappers will put you up in high style. With that in mind, don't hesitate to surrender to Phi Phi ... Read the full review of Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort.4,000B to 8,000B 2 votes Toprange
The most isolated area on Phi Phi, Laem Thong is a bit of a luxury haven, but even if you can't afford to stay here it makes for a pleasant day trip.
A good family vacation spotMoo 8, Laem Thong
T: (075) 627 300; F: (075) 627 397
We know what you're thinking. There's a Holiday Inn a couple of miles from where you live, out on the highway. You never stay there, so why would you stay here? Well, because this one really is quite ... Read the full review of Holiday Inn Phi Phi Island.4,000B to 8,000B 1 vote Toprange
Recommended, if you can afford it!11 Moo 8, Laem Thong
T: (075) 627 000; F: (075) 627 025
The Zeavola could be the poster child for ecologically-friendly luxury development on Phi Phi. Accommodation is so discreetly situated you don't even know it's there when passing by on the beach ... Read the full review of Zeavola Hotel.over 8,000B 1 vote Luxury
Perhaps a good deal for a long stayMoo 8, Laem Thong
T: (075) 627 500; F: (075) 624 524
A poorer relation to the nearby Holiday Inn, the Erawan has two main styles of rooms: spacious, decent bungalows in a duplex setup with TVs, mini bars and so-so bathrooms, with good porches attached; ... Read the full review of P.P. Erawan Palms Resort.4,000B to 8,000B 1 vote Toprange
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