Hotels in Krabi Reviews

4.7/5Outstanding239 Reviews
Railay Beach
The location of our room however was perfect. The staff were all very friendly and welcoming. The majority of the staff speak very good English and if they do not they will get some that does to assist you. Of course, I will visit here again if any chance.
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4.7/5Outstanding209 Reviews
Tub Kaek Beach
Excelent..Excelent..Excelent. Wow...Where to start. Amazing facilities, the staff is superv.. the food is just perfect and the natural sourroundings made a perfect combination to awaken all your senses.Everything about Phula Bay is more than what you expect. The Buttler service is extremely kind and attentive.You will be immerse in an quality vacation, in a peacefull and beautifull facility sourrounded by great nature. The food is so tasty and well balanced everywhere you go. Dont miss the Thai restaurant. Drinks at the pool bar are of high quality.The resort is so quiet and very well run. Never feels crowded.If you think Krabi, there is nothing better than Phulay Bay at the Ritz. Impossible to explain, you have to try it yourself.
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4.4/5Excellent290 Reviews
The location is great and the beach in front of the resort is only for guests. The room was very nice but the décor was dated for a five star resort. Maintenance of the room was lacking, the toilet door would not close unless forced. The metal overflow fitting on the bath detached and dropped into the bath. The water waste plug in the vanity did not seal and the water leaked out, so you couldn't wash clothes. Beneath the bath was an accumulation of debris, discarded soap bars and plastic containers, obviously this had not been cleaned for some time. The back of the bathroom vanity top was open so things fell off the back and onto the floor, glass items would break.The Thai and Japanese restaurants did had more than a few people at night during our stay, probably due to the relatively high cost. The second and last meal we had in the Thai restaurant was tasteless and we decided not to go back. The food in the adjacent town of Ao Nang was at least half the price, or less, for a similar meal to that at the resort. You could walk to Ao Nang via the monkey trail. While I was there it did not see any wind surfers or boats that were rigged on the beach for use.Obviously the sea is heavily polluted and many glass and plastic bottles washed onto the resort beach with each wave. There is evidence of the beach being eroded as there are rock crates along the edge of the resort. The sea water was very warm and was not clear, having the appearance of muddy water.I would not rate the resort as five star, closer to 4 in my opinion.The resort is not recommended for people who have difficulty walking, as an uphill walk is required to get to the rooms in the heat and humidity. The floating pier at the resort is unstable and less mobile people could fall as a result.The breakfasts were excellent, I found the bread and pastries not up to five star standard. Overall the service by the staff is excellent but greater care of the rooms maintenance is required.
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4.7/5Outstanding67 Reviews
Tub Kaek Beach
This place is amazing! A little pricy but so worth it! The beach is so clean and perfect for swimming. I appreciate all the added touches like the complementary kayaks and paddle boards as well as the free use of the sauna in the spa. Breakfast was delicious and the rooms very comfortable.
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4.4/5Excellent45 Reviews
Ao Num Mao Bay
nice hotel to stay in krabi...enjoyed the stay and hospitality...
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4.6/5Outstanding560 Reviews
Very nice pools with cozy pool-side bar, especially with a wonderful cold fresh coconut. Roof-top pool very nice view and more quite.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Krabi Hotel Guide

Located in the southern part of Thailand, Krabi is a paradise-like tropical peninsula with 30 outlaying islands scattered around it. The sand found on the beaches here is pure white and the waters are clear. Palm trees sway with the wind, the rushing waterfalls can he heard for miles, and wild animals always seem to be on the go. Krabi also boasts many beautiful islands and a strong local culture. It’s an area famous for its rich vegetation and animal population. The emblem of the prefecture is composed of two crossed swords – this is because the word Krabi means “sword” in ancient Thai. In Krabi, in addition to enjoying foods such as a huge variety of seafood, you can also try out local Thai food, such as tom yum soup, pineapple fried rice, and fried rice noodles. There are countless places to savor delicious food. Whether you’re interested in trying Japanese food, Chinese food, Indian food, or authentic Thai cuisine, you can always find a restaurant that suits your palate. In addition, because many European and American tourists and immigrants have settled here over the years, there are many authentic Western restaurants as well. When it comes to eating, many visitors also choose to hit the night markets, where a variety of local snacks, including fried chicken, barbecue, seafood, and flavored drinks can be sampled.

In terms of entertainment, Krabi is truly a tourist paradise. Within the province, South Bay is a destination often frequented by visitors and praised for its pristine white beaches. Railay Beach’s limestone formations seem to be designed for rock climbers, so it’s not a bad place to come and show off your skills. Because of its beautiful scenery and low numbers of tourists, Lanta Island is a great place to escape to. Nearby Phi Phi Island has great options for diving and can be visited as part of a day trip. Numerous options for recreation and entertainment have made Krabi a preferred destination for people who enjoy tropical island tours. If you’d like to join a travel group, day tours and hotels can be booked at the travel agencies by the pier and pedestrian street.

The Krabi region has a humid tropical climate and the weather is very similar to Phuket. The best time to visit Krabi is the period from November to April. In November, Krabi is bustling with tourists who have the opportunity to enjoy the blue skies, sea, and sunshine. It’s also a great time for diving. In mid-April, the Songkran Festival takes place which attracts visitors from near and far. Every year from April to September, the sun shines directly on the equator. This time rainy season in Krabi, though there’s less rain than in other cities like Phuket. Sometimes, even ten days pass without rainfall. Krabi is hot all year round and there is no winter. No matter which season it is when you visit, bring clothes that are cool and comfortable. If you’re visiting during rainy season, make sure to bring along an umbrella as well.

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