Slumber Party at the Beach

Slumber Party at the Beach

Ao Nang’s party hostel

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The Slumber Party group runs two hostels in Ao Nang plus one each in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Ko Pha Ngan and Phuket, and they’re all more about the party than the slumber.

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Goes hand in hand. : David Luekens.
Goes hand in hand. Photo: David Luekens

The group’s original property sits on the main drag in Ao Nang, nearly two kilometres from the beach, though most guests don’t mind this distance given the social scene revolving around a large bar, beer-pong table and beanbag lounge. The other property in Ao Nang is smaller and quieter with a location just off the beach road, and there’s a free shuttle connecting the two. At both you’ll find dorms only; no private rooms.

Both were closed for renovations when we last passed through in mid 2018, but we know that the tightly packed, mixed-gender dorms come with four to 10 bunks that each have electrical outlets and reading lamps within. Bunks at the “beach” location are a little pricier.

Easy to spot. : David Luekens.
Easy to spot. Photo: David Luekens

It’s easy to meet others at both—and whatever shyness you may possess will likely evaporate during one of their popular pub crawls and daytime activities like “Island Awesomeness” and “Secret Kayaking Adventure”. If the original property is full you could head across the road to the simpler Ao Nang Backpacker Hostel. Another party option is Balcony Party Hostel, which is set off the beach road and run by the same group that oversees the popular Pak-Up Hostel in Krabi town.

Contact details for Slumber Party at the Beach

Address: 376/41 Ao Nang Rd (original property), Ao Nang
T: (075) 637 089;  
Email: info@slumberpartyhostel.com
Web: https://slumberpartyhostels.com/
Coordinates (for GPS): 98º49'59.77" E, 8º2'19.13" N
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Room rates: Under 600B

Room rates

What we were quoted as a walk-in.

Dorm air-con
Up to 350/550 baht for dorms with less beds and at peak times of year.
190 baht 315 baht

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David Luekens first came to Thailand in 2005 when Thai friends from his former home of Burlington, Vermont led him on a life-changing trip. Based in Thailand since 2011, he spends much of his time eating in Bangkok street markets and island hopping the Andaman Sea.

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