Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Close to Patong beach
The beach road is lined with large resorts and, if proximity to the sea is a priority, this is probably where you'll want to settle. However, be prepared to put up with more noise, less privacy and much higher prices than further back off the beach.
Feels like home2 Soi Eden, Chalerm Phra Kiat Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 342 099; F: (076) 342 098
Offering fully kitted out apartments, the 44-unit Swiss Palm Beach is shockingly good value for money, especially as it's spitting distance from the beach. Families will feel right at home in big ... Read the full review of Swiss Palm Beach.
Bright garden bungalows1 Chalerm Phra Kiat Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 340 944; F: (076) 344 100
Set in a fragrant garden blooming with purple orchids, Eden has 31 big air-con bungalows with modern trimmings. It's not too far from the northern reaches of the beach, but tucked away enough into ... Read the full review of Eden Bungalows.
Very popular and family-friendly52 Thaweewong Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 370 200; F: (076) 349 999
As one of the largest properties on the beach and the most family-friendly resort in Patong, the 397-room Holiday Inn attracts a steady year-round crowd and, in particular, is a favourite of ... Read the full review of Holiday Inn Resort.4,000B to 8,000B 1 vote Toprange
Cheap and cheerful dorm retreat138 Thaweewong Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 602 462;
Our top hostel pick for Patong! Newly opened in early 2015, this friendly little place is right in the thick of Patong’s busy beach and nightlife zone, but once you step inside its cosy interior ... Read the full review of Lupta Hostel.
Understated and charming10/4 Sawatdirak Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 296 631-4; F: (076) 296 635
Not too far from the beach, Salathai is a charming little resort with only 43 rooms set in a three-storey building around a pool. There's a Thai theme throughout the property, understated and ... Read the full review of Salathai Resort.
Boozy backpacker crash pad31 Bangla Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 340 739, (082) 817 4762;
You’re not staying in Patong to get a good night’s sleep right? Well here at the Kool hostel, you’ll most certainly not get one, and that’s sort of the point. Found about 200 metres back from ... Read the full review of Kool Backpacker Hostel.
Budget dorms near the beach140 Thaweewong Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 341 196;
Offering the best prices you’ll find this close to the beach, Patong Backpacker Hostel is a comfortable dorm tucked away in the upper floors of a three-storey shophouse along the beach road. Found ... Read the full review of Patong Backpacker Hostel.
Mediocre beach rooms with a great price92 Thaweewong Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 345 551, (080) 574 1987;
Concrete shophouses aren’t generally the most inspiring places to stay, but Time Out has a few features that boost its appeal. What is good here is that the rooms are a very good size -- they ... Read the full review of Time Out Hotel.
Well off Patong beach
The further back you go off Patong beach, the cheaper and more numerous the guesthouses become. The accommodation listings here are just a sample -- there are more than 100 places to stay, many indistinguishable from the next.
A tasteful boutique hotel118 Rat-u-thit 200 Pee Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 342 891, (076) 342 895; F: (076) 342 892
A mid-sized boutique hotel with 47 rooms, the Patong Premier Resort is a chic spot that's as suited to romantic getaways as family vacations. The compact resort is heavy on the Angkorian carvings, ... Read the full review of Patong Premier Resort.
Bright and romantic205/ 12-15 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 292 074;
Found down a soi of bland shophouses across the road from the garish Christian Massage centre, we didn’t expect to find much here, but on stepping inside we were pleasantly surprised. This small ... Read the full review of Baipho Lifestyle Residence.
Happy little hostel189/3 Rat-U-Thit Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 602 191;
Tucked away down a soi five minutes by foot from Jungceylon mall, Bodega’s location isn’t the best, but the cheerful atmosphere here more than makes up for it. This self-proclaimed “hotel-music ... Read the full review of Bodega Phuket.
Budget hotel with a rooftop pool34/77 Prachanukroh Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 364 723;
This hotel is a six-storey concrete box, but it’s as charming as a concrete box can get. Ideal for travellers on a budget looking for a few extra comforts, the main selling point here is the ... Read the full review of Thai Siam Residence.
Great flashpacker minihote with a central location171/8 Soi Sansabai, Ratuthit 200 Pee Rd
T: (076) 344 141; F: (076) 344 649
If you’re looking for convenient access to bars, dining and shopping, White Patong is ideally located. This 44-room hotel has two styles of rooms, both with air-con. Choose carefully if opting for ... Read the full review of White Patong.
Good value choice77/1 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 341 638; F: (076) 341 628
Located down a small soi running away from the beach off Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Rd, just to the north of Hat Patong Road, the Ruen Buathong is a bright, welcoming guesthouse and represents good value. ... Read the full review of Ruen Buathong Boutique Guesthouse.
An attractive hideaway in Patong180 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 340 832-3; F: (076) 34 0124
This attractive mid-sized hotel is set in lush gardens in Patong’s busiest area. Standard and deluxe rooms vary in price depending on location, and the decent sized rooms are equipped with air-con, ... Read the full review of K-Hotel.
Stylish rooms, very popular, gay friendlyParadise Complex 125/8-9 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 294 195; F: (076) 340 957
Located on the soi leading to the Paradise complex, parallel to Bangla Road, Connect is a long-running spot that’s been treated to an upgrade since our previous visits. This 17-room guesthouse ... Read the full review of Connect Guest House.
Good backpacker gathering spot34/23 Prachanukroh Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 344 370, (081) 083 1589;
Found at a busy intersection near the road leading to Karon beach, Balcony Hostel is certainly not in a scenic part of town, but it’s cheap! Set in a shophouse with bunk-bed dormitory rooms and ... Read the full review of Balcony Hostel.
Great budget family option209/12-13 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 292 159; F: (076) 349 663
There is nothing especially boutique about this mid-priced hotel, but it does have very generously sized rooms for a hotel at this priceline. The deluxe rooms in particular are very large, easily ... Read the full review of Patong Terrace Boutique Hotel.
A convenient budget option176 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 340 824-5; F: (076) 340 627
Located on a busy road near all seafood and watering hole temptations, the Neptuna is a reasonable and central choice. Built in 2010, the hotel is basic but extremely clean. It’s a narrow building, ... Read the full review of Neptuna.
Sleep where you drink140 Rat-U-Thit Rd, Patong Beach
T: (076) 340 877; F: (076) 340 045
A far departure from the usual rooms we see above bars, the Tiger Inn has classy rooms and professional service. The hotel is locally owned by a family who run several hotels and bars in the area. ... Read the full review of Tiger Inn.
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