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Amata Resort - Patong Hotels
AU$63

Amata Resort

189/29 Rat-U-Thit 200 Years Road, Patong - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to Bangla road & nightlife. "
Clean hotel with friendly staff in great location. Enjoyable buffet breakfast. Beds and pillows could be better though. Wifi pretty average too.
Traveller from australia
Saladee Gallery Residence - Patong Hotels

Saladee Gallery Residence

205/5-6 Rat u Tit 200 Pee road, Patong - Map
 
 
Limburi Hometel - Patong Hotels

Limburi Hometel

205-205/2 Rat Uthit 200 Pi Rd., Patong - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (32 reviews)
Patong Heritage - Patong Hotels
AU$150

Patong Heritage

205/16 Rath U-Thit 200 Pee Road, Patong - Map
 
 
"Pleasant stay at Hotel"
We spent 10 nights at Patong Heritage and enjoyed our stay. Staff are very friendly and always eager to help. Daily Breakfast consisted of both western and asian dishes. For us the hot and cold western breakfast suited the best.However on downside. Airconditioning should be available throughout the corridors. Uncomfortable when one stepped out of the room,
Traveller from Melbourne Australia
SeaHorse Hotel Phuket - Patong Hotels

SeaHorse Hotel Phuket

189/7 Rat U Thit 200 Pee Rd., Patong - Map
 
 
PL House - Patong Hotels

PL House

205/7-9 Rut-U-thit 200 Pee Rd., Patong - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (15 reviews)
Baipho Lifestyle - Patong Hotels
AU$51

Baipho Lifestyle

205/12-13 Rat u thit 200 pee rd., Patong - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (16 reviews)
Patong Ours Guesthouse - Patong Hotels

Patong Ours Guesthouse

207/12-13, Soi Patong Beach Lodge, Patong - Map
 
 
3.6 out of 5 (8 reviews)
Vech Guesthouse - Patong Hotels

Vech Guesthouse

209/18 Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Road, Patong - Map
 
 
2.4 out of 5 (11 reviews)

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    You usually get one of two things when it comes to Phuket's beaches. They’re either in the fun southern part of the island but crowded, or peaceful and relaxed but far away from it all. Prefer a bit of both? The stunning Nai Thon Beach strikes the perfect balance between the two. With a stunning stretch of golden sand and glistening blue water, it is the ideal spot to get away from the crowds and enjoy a peaceful swim. If it’s your first time to Phuket, check out our Nai Thon Beach hotels which will place you in the heart of the island’s amazing beauty.

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    Resembling beaches on the Cote d’Azur but with sand instead of pebbles, you won’t believe your eyes when you first step onto the warm (sometimes hot) sand of Nai Thon. The sandbar is long and wide, sloping gracefully into clear, calm waters that turn from turquoise to a richer hue of blue the further out you go. Small and quiet clusters of beach umbrellas and deck chairs line the beach between the sea and tall trees which offer shade and respite from the heat when you need it. A small rock formation splits the beach in half, and as you walk past it to the north, you’ll find an even more serene area than the one you just left. To the south you’ll discover the island’s last remaining virgin rainforests which make it feel like a true island paradise.

    When you’ve blissed out enough in the sun and sea, diving or swimming through the waves, you’ll need to quench your thirst and quell your appetite, so wander past some of the beachside restaurants or beach vendors to see what takes your fancy. Some are so close you could almost keep your feet in the water while you chow down on lovely seafood and sip an icy cold beverage.

    So, what else is there to do if you want to explore beyond this tropical paradise? Well, just hopping one beach south to Bang Tao brings you to the stretch of southwest coastline that is Phuket’s claim to fame. Here you have the beach club and stylish Bang Tao and Surin Beaches, as well as the not-to-be-missed craziness of Patong Beach further south followed by the favourite hip seaside Kata and Nai Harn. It’s all there lined up for you, all you have to do is follow the beach road. Patong will give you all the western food, shopping and modern restaurants you could want, but if you want something a little more local, move inland from the seafront roads on any beach and you’ll find markets and small eateries where Phuketians get their food at great prices.

    As if the warm and soothing Andaman Sea wasn’t enough, you’ll find out just how much Thais likes cooling off if you visit in April. The Songkran water festival celebrates the Thai New Year, taking place in the days leading up to the 15th of April. Phuket’s populated areas become pockets of joyous and energetic water fights. Traffic comes to a stop and music blares over the streets. After you get over your initial surprise, join in! You won’t regret it. The party street of Soi Bangla in Patong becomes particularly crazy during this festival and the water– and beer–throwing continues late into the night.

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