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185 Moo 5, Phu Noi beach, Sam Roi Yot T: (083) 155 8948, (032) 559 314  http://www.bluebeachresort.net

Blue Beach Resort

Our rating:
3.5 stars, based on 1 expert review

Situated down a narrow side lane just back from the southern end of the beach road, Blue Beach has a string of concrete bungalows running back behind an atmospheric open-air restaurant amid a fair amount of greenery.



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Standard rooms are set in attached one-floor buildings (two rooms per building) with ivy growing over the roofs. They’re large enough for a pair of travellers to make themselves comfortable and come with wide windows, soft beds, fans (in addition to air-con), white tile floors, basic hot-water wet bathrooms, tiny TVs and clothes-drying racks. While these will be fine for most, the superiors come in detached bungalows with high, almost A-frame ceilings and might be worth the extra cash. Along with more space, these bag you terraces, mini-fridges and bigger, newer TVs. Camping is also possible if you’re travelling with a tent. The food at Blue Beach’s restaurant has received good reports, and it’s a fine place to kick back with a book or chat with the friendly owners. You’ll also find some playthings for the kids.

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Last updated on 15th September, 2014.


Type of room
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Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
700 baht
950 baht
Superior double room
800 baht
1,100 baht
Room: Standard double room, low season: 700 baht, high season 950 baht. Notes:
Room: Superior double room, low season: 800 baht, high season 1,100 baht. Notes:

Blue Beach Resort

185 Moo 5, Phu Noi beach, Sam Roi Yot
T: (083) 155 8948, (032) 559 314 
http://www.bluebeachresort.net
Coordinates (for GPS): 99º59'24.87" E, 12º14'10.16" N
Room rates: 600B to 1,500B



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