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Hotel-style fare for divers

43/16-17 Vises Rd, Ao Chalong T: (076) 281 368(076) 281 365 

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Ao Chalong Inn

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The Ao Chalong Inn is a hotel-style place with what were once pleasant, light and airy rooms, but they’re starting to look a bit shabby.

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All have air-con, TV and balconies, the best of which front the street, but the ones at the back face an adjoining building. The lobby has a bit of character and feels quite homey with free coffee and tea making facilities available. The restaurant is only open in the high season and serves 150B breakfasts. Motorbike rental is available for 200B per day. Hotel is situated on the pier road about half way between the main road and the water, on the right.


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Walk-in rates at Ao Chalong Inn

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Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
600 baht
900 baht
18,000 baht per month
Room: Standard double room, low season: 600 baht, high season 900 baht. Notes: 18,000 baht per month

Where is Ao Chalong Inn

Ao Chalong Inn
43/16-17 Vises Rd, Ao Chalong
T: (076) 281 368(076) 281 365 
Coordinates (for GPS): 98º20'32.28" E, 7º49'15.6" N
Room rates: 600B to 1,500B

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