Saturday, May 29, 2010

Hotels and Guesthouses in Phuket: Good reviews and not so good ones

See the locations on Phuket Old Town Google Map


Phuket Town

@9: Soi Rommanee. Read, what Amyogeek writes about it and see her photos.


Casa 104: 104 Yaowarat Road. Phone: 086-0241907. Café and Guesthouse. "The scarlet red interior of the entire ground floor area screams at ambling passersby to wander inside", wrote Phuket Gazette. Owner Chawalit Rattanachinakorn, a fashion designer, said, he wanted to pay homage to Mediterranean interior design concepts. See picture by al_Khemist


On On Hotel: 19 Phang Nga. Phuket's first hotel, starring in the movie The Beach, where it stood for a dilapidated guesthouse in Bangkok, as travelfish.org notes. "The rooms are uncomfortable. Fluorescent light from the hallways streams into the rooms all night long, the walls are paper-thin and the corridors noisy", warns travelfish.org. "Really low level hostel", adds tripadvisor.com. Kopi de Phuket has a coffee corner at the On-On Hotel.

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Phuket Home & Gallery: From 500 Bath. 22 Soi Rommanee. Four rooms and suites.

The yellow house on Soi Rommanee contains Phuket Home & Gallsery. Picture marhas1

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Sino House Hotel Apartment: From 1600 Bath. One of the best bed&breakfast-opportunities in walking distance from the old town. It offers also monthly rates. There is a restaurant and there is the Rain Tree Spa, an excellent place for wellness and relaxation. Very good reviews on tripadvisor.com


Thalang Guesthouse: From 350 Bath. 37 Thalang Road. 12 rooms, all with private bathrooms, in an old shophouse, two with aircon, the others with fans. Critical reviews on tripadvisor.com. See picture by geneder.


Thavorn Hotel: 74 Ratsada Road. Critical review on tripadvisor.com


Nai Yang Beach หาดในยาง

Chez Charly Bungalow: From 1000 Bath. 65/6 Moo1 Tambol Sakoo. Nice, clean and spacious bungalows according to very good reviews on tripadvisor.com, ten minutes walking distance from the beach.


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