x The average starting price for a place to stay in Phuket is £29 per night.
383 patak road T.Karon phuketOutstanding 100%
Adamclarke Easily the best place we stayed on our adventure through Thailand, would happily go back then again and again, the service couldn't of been any better, the food was amazing and huge portions, the rooms are huge and tidy, cleaned everyday, the owners were brilliant to us, they sorted us out with everything we needed including trips and days out! and for those of you who are footie fans, they have a massive pull down screen which had the games on at any opportunity. Our stay couldn't of been any more pleasant, Thanks again guys for such a wonderful time, Adam, Aaron, Jen And Jo
98/48 Phuket Town Village Surin RD., T. Taradyai A. MuangExcellent 93%
99 Thalang Rd., Taladyai MuangExcellent 90%
266 Phrabaramee rd, Patong BeachExcellent 90%
46/27-29 , Soi.Kongbangwat pisitkorranee Road Patong BeachAwesome 89%
hollypop85 If you want to be in the middle of patong then here is a great location. Its busy and not far to walk for resturants and entertainment. I personally found it a bit to loud and it wasnt really my thing. The room was very nice and clean. I was a bit disopointed with the swimming pool as it was very small and I didnt feel comfortable using it. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
Daymo Spent a few days in Bodega and would have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone. It's location is perfect, right in the centre of Patong and literally 5 minutes walk from the beach and a short scooter ride to many hidden/deserted paradise-like beaches. Although the room was quite basic it was clean, cool and had a comfortable bed and mini-bar but the main reason I would recommend it is mainly down to service. The owner Robin was extremely helpful with arranging trips, transport, bikes and pretty much anything you need. The staff in the cafe Ra, Aman, Bang and Jay were extremely helpful and courteous and pretty much couldn't do enough for you, the cafe/bar itself is totally relaxing and has a nice atmosphere and is adorned with cool artwork from local talent along with funky tunes playing in the background and good drinks and food menu. At night the residents tend to congregate in the bar for a few before they head out except for Fridays which is open mic night, this is well worth checking out and will probably keep you there for the night. It has a tendency to draw a lot of Irish, American, British, Kiwi, Aussie and Canadian English teachers living in Phuket as well as the local musical talent of course (including it's own resident Rasta) and is a great place to get advise from people living in Thailand. So basically if you don't mind having no pool and are looking for an affordable room right in the heart of things then Bodega is for you. I wouldn't have any hesitations coming back!! Keep it up Bodega!
prussian_7 Seaside cottages is the perfect backpacker retreat. Its a hidden gem that many travellers miss when visiting Phuket. Dont be dismayed by the taxi drive in. The dirt road is worth the initial anxiety because when you arrive it is a beautiful oasis right on a quiet beach. Mal and his team are friendly, informative and willing to assist with your every need. Hammocks, beach chairs and a great bar are what you'll find. The food is delicious and reasonably priced. The cottages are bare but its everything you will need. If your looking for a tv and aircon this is not for you. If you are looking for a rustic, romantic thai experience then look no further. for us, it was a great start to a great trip! Mai Khao beach is about 40mins or so from phuket so dont expect to be in the heart of things but it is definitely worth the bus trip!!
481 Patak Rd. MuangAwesome 88%
34/23 Prachanukroh rd., Patong, KathuAwesome 88%
100/20-21 Kata Road Karon Sub-DistrictAwesome 88%
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