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22/6 Chao Fah Rd, Krabi T: (075) 612 950, (086) 475 0177

Ban To Guest House

Our rating:
3.5 stars, based on 1 expert review

Ban To is located down a side street accessed either from Chao Fah Road or Itsara Road, making it a quiet but convenient choice.

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Representing good value and situated in a bright-orange concrete building surrounding a small courtyard and restaurant, rooms are modern, bright, clean and spacious. Fan and air-con rooms are identical, all with tile floors, hot-water wet bathrooms, firm mattresses with fresh sheets, free WiFi, TVs, round tables with a couple of chairs and some very decent balconies accessed by sliding glass doors and looking out over a hill covered in shaggy growth. Sky-blue and mint-green walls lend a tad more character than other similar choices. This is a family-run spot with little kids and dogs wandering around. A spirit shrine sits out front beneath a tall mango tree that gives the place some atmosphere. The owners can often be found lounging in front of the TV, but they’re friendly and helpful enough if you need something. Ban To isn’t far from either the city centre or traveller area, though you’ll have to walk down one of a few dark lanes to get here at night.

Last updated on 30th April, 2015.

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Ban To Guest House

22/6 Chao Fah Rd, Krabi
T: (075) 612 950, (086) 475 0177
Room rates: Under 600B

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