Hotels in Phi Phi Islands Reviews

4.6/5Outstanding617 Reviews
Ton Sai Bay
Soooooooo NICE!!! LOve th i s hotel so much
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4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
Loh Dalum Bay
Very nice hotel directly at the beach! Nice restaurant and great service
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4.4/5Excellent421 Reviews
Long Beach
Amazing place if your tastes run to tropical paradise rather than 5 star luxury. The best villas have an amazing view BUT they are a tough 20 minute vertical climb. Good for your health but not welcome in the hot afternoon. Staff are pleasant and helpful but shy, they need to be asked for service.
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4.7/5Outstanding922 Reviews
Loh Ba Gao
Nearly every detail is thought about and everything goes smoothly. It is a beautiful and well designed paradise that is tastefully designed. First, I highly recommend you pay for the resort boat transfer. It is a bit more expensive than the public ferry, but it is very smooth and easy. If you are paying for cost of the resort, the boat transfer is not that much more, and it is simple. At checkout, we took the afternoon resort ferry to Phuket, leaving the island around 1:30, and reached Phuket Airport around 3:30, plenty of time for our evening flight.Check in was very smooth, open arrival they let you sit down, while they handle everything, and you can have a welcome drink. At check in, my wife and I received a free upgrade from the Deluxe Garden Bungalow to the Deluxe Bungalow. We were really happy about that, the Deluxe Bungalow is very close to the beach, where as the Deluxe Garden Bungalow is a bit of a hike. Our next trip, we will book the Deluxe Bungalow, as I think the connivence of being near the beach and restaurants is worth the extra cost. The room was very comfortable and clean. The A/C was quite cold, providing relief from the heat. The closet and bathroom were very large, with two sinks in the bathroom. Further, they provide you with 4 glass bottles of water a day, and from my discussion with the manager, they are in the process of trying to move away from single use plastic bottles. We also had a large and very comfortable balcony. A nice extra touch is they provide you with 2 beach towels in addition to your bath towels. The beach itself is stunning. Be sure to check the tide schedule, as low tide is not a great time to swim. The pools are really nice, plus they don’t add a massive up charge to drink at the pool bars (including the swim up bar). The food is good. A few other reviews complain about the “high price”, while it is more expensive to eat at the resort than say Bangkok, it is also more expensive for the resort to operate. I felt that the prices were honest, they could charge more considering, short of an 1 hour walk over two mountains through the jungle or a 400 Baht round trip boat, you have no other choices. The food quality is excellent. They have Western chefs on staff as well, so the Western food is high quality. The brunch is excellent, and they do a good job of replacing the food. They also have a number of specials, a drink of the week and month, plus an excellent happy hour deal, for those like me who are a bit budget conscience. The staff is friendly and efficient, you are well attended to in all manners. My only complaint is that the WiFi is a bit spotty. I highly recommend buying a Thai SIM card as the WiFi was not super reliable in our bungalow. To sum up, everything here is super smooth and efficient. You can tell that the staff is very conscientious and that the management puts a great deal of thought into the resort. My wife and I plan to return on our summer holidays next year!
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4.6/5Outstanding71 Reviews
Loh Dalum Bay
Had originally booked into pp Charlie which is part of this hotel but the rooms aren't as nice. Wedged between pounding music and a construction site. Best thing was it's location. The Front Office staff seem to be stressed with unhappy guests, and have no power to make decisions.
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4.1/5Very Good387 Reviews
Loh Dalum Bay
Hello,I left my notebook in my room(1204).can you mail it to me,please?My address:room 8603,fengjingyuan(风景苑) residential quarters,yaohai district ,hefei city,anhui province,China Zip code:230011Tel:+86
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Which hotels in Phi Phi Islands are good for couples?

    Chongkhao Resort, Zeavola Resort Phi Phi Island and Phi Phi Andaman Resort are recommended for couple travellers.

  • Which hotels in Phi Phi Islands are good for families?

    PP Red Tuna Hut, Holiday Inn Resort Phi Phi Island and PP Tonsai Place are recommended for families.

  • Where should I stay when visiting Phi Phi Islands?

    Ton Sai Bay is the most popular location for accomodations in Phi Phi Islands. Loh Dalum Bay is also beloved by travellers.

  • Which hotels in Phi Phi Islands are popular for budget travelers?

    P2 Wood Loft, Panmanee Hotel and Harmony House are one of the most popular budget hotels in Phi Phi Islands

  • How much is the average price of Phi Phi Islands hotel tonight?

    Based on data, an average price of hotels in Phi Phi Islands for tonight is 134 USD. Please use this price as a reference only as this price can be changed every minutes.

  • How much is the average price of Phi Phi Islands hotels this weekend?

    Based on data, an average price of Phi Phi Islands hotels in this weekend is 220 USD. Please check out our hotel promotion to reserve the hotels cheaper!

Phi Phi Islands Hotel Guide

The Phi Phi Islands are located about 20 km southeast of Phuket, Thailand. While the Phi Phi Islands are composed of two main islands (Ko Phi Phi Don in the north and Ko Phi Phi Le in the south), a total of six islands make up the group which was designated as a national park in Thailand in 1983. The white sandy beaches, tranquil blue water, natural caves, and the unspoiled natural landscape make the Phi Phi Islands stand out from the 30+ islands around Phuket. It’s no surprise that the islands have been called one of the hottest vacation destinations in recent years.

Pull a sun lounge by the beach to enjoy the sunshine, leisurely flip through a book, sip some freshly squeezed fruit juice, or even take a nap. When you’ve had enough relaxing, you can go swimming, diving, water-skiing, canoeing, windsurfing, or even boating. The aquatic and underwater activities are endless. If you get tired out, you can grab a fishing pole and catch some fish or even crabs.

Movie lovers may still remember the popular movie The Beach starring Leonardo DiCaprio from 2000. Interestingly, many of the scenes from the movie were filmed on Ko Phi Phi Le. More and more tourists are becoming uninterested in day trips and choose to stay a few nights to fully enjoy this island of paradise. Phi Phi Island is divided into Ko Phi Phi Don and Ko Phi Phi Le. There are no hotels on Ko Phi Phi Le and the prices of hotels in Ko Phi Phi Don is slightly more expensive than those located in Phuket. Around Tongsai Bay, there are budget hotels that are close to the pier. The transportation is very convenient and there are many restaurants, bars, and facilities. At Laem Tong Beach and in other northern regions there are a number of high-end luxury hotels and resorts which usually offer longtail boat service to and from the pier.

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