Where to Stay on Phi Phi Island
Editor's Guide to Hotels in Phi Phi0
Stunningly beautiful Phi Phi is still as popular as ever. There are no cars on the island so it's an altogether different place.
The main decision is weather you want to be around other people; on a stunning beach with a resort and not much else or in a busy village that's sandwiched between two beaches. Ton Sai doesn't have the same seclusion but offers many shops, restaurants and bars and a little nightlife if that's what you want.
Why not split your time between the two, either way Phi Phi is great place to stay all year round.Read More
- Phuket FantaSea Cultural Theme Park
- Phi Phi Islands Tour with Express Boat
- James Bond Island Full-Day Tour via Big Boat
- Coral & Racha Islands Full-Day Tour
- Whitewater Rafting & 4-Wheel-Drive Adventure
- Sea Kayaking at Ang Thong Marine Park
- Flying Hanuman Ziplining Experience
- Canoeing Excursion in Phang Nga Bay with Thai Buffet Lunch
- Introduction to City Tour
- John Gray's Cave Canoeing Tour in Phang Nga Bay
North Phi Phi Don
Laem Thong (Palm Beach) is on the tip of Phi Phi's northern finger; thirty minutes by longtail boat from the pier. Far away from the crowds, it's the more peaceful - and pricier - alternative to Ton Sai.
Four resorts and a tiny local village hide among the trees that line the uncommonly soft beach, with superb snorkeling two fin-kicks away.
4-star | Beachfront | Bungalows | For families
80 bungalows worth of big name comfort from a big name brand. The Holiday Inn sets itself apart with activities, including movie and game rooms, complimentary canoeing and snorkeling gear, a schedule of classes and trips, and the best views in the area at the hilltop Sunset Satay Bar. Read More...
4-star | Beachfront | Boutique | Romantic
The most expensive on Laem Thong, and for good reason. 20 exquisitely designed villas feature a refreshing mix of indoor and outdoor living areas; some with sea views, others with garden views. Two restaurants plus in-room dining, a swimming pool, spa, and a selection of water sports activities. Read More...
P P Erawan Palms Resort
3-star | Beachfront | Midrange | Bungalows
This quaint resort features 21 large, functional bungalows - spread out for privacy - with fantastic decks and. An onsite diving shop, restaurant and bar, great pool, and nightly cultural shows round out the experience.
2-star | Beachfront | Pool | For everyone
By no means budget accommodation, but the cheapest sleeps in this remote neighbourhood. 70 bungalow and townhouse-style (shared walls) rooms with views of the sea or lush gardens. What the pool lacks in size it makes up for with views. Read More...
Ton Sai Bay
Phi Phi Banyan Villa
2-star | Nightlife | Pool | Some Sea Views
Right in the heart of Ton Sai village, Phi Phi Banyan Villa is small (62 rooms), clean, and relatively peaceful. The beach isn't too far away, there's a pool onsite, and a wide range of dining, drinking, and diving options are right outside.
Phi Phi Hotel
2-star | High-rise | Budget | Pool
You'd have to camp to sleep closer to the pier. Phi Phi Hotel offers basic accommodation in a central location. Having 40 rooms spread across five floors, great bay views are possible if you don't mind climbing stairs.Rate This Place: ( votes)