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Supalai Pasak Resort and Spa (SHA Extra Plus)
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
"Supalai is a sprawling resort with individual “bungalows” scattered everywhere, with the main building right in the middle. The main area has the resort’s only restaurant and swimming pool. The pool is very big and it looked quite clean, but as we didn’t use it I can’t comment on it. Actually we did not see anyone using the pool for the duration of our stay, but that can also be because it was raining! Room: Each “bungalow” is divided into two, and connected by a door. It is great for families or friends. Upon entering the room you have a living room space with TV, Thai-style mats, coffee table, fridge, etc. The bedroom is very spacious with the bed on a raised floor. The toilet is also spacious. However the whole décor is very old – it looks like the place was built in the 80s and has never been refurbished since! As it was also quite damp with the monsoon downpour, the walls had signs of mold. As one previous reviewer has pointed out, the A/C units are old and chunky, but at least they worked fine. Sleep quality: I didn't really like the pillow as they were too "puffy" for me (I prefer flat pillows). That said, it was quiet at the resort so if you are a light sleeper, it's ok. Breakfast was included in my stay. There was a large variety of food so I was happy with that. Eggs were freshly made. There was more Thai and Chinese-style food on offer than Western, but as this resort caters to the local crowd that was expected. We had lunch at the hotel restaurant but the order took so long to come that by the time we got our food, we were all grumpy. Service wasn't bad; it was just clueless. There are plenty of food stalls and street markets in the nearby town of Kaeng Khoi about 15 minutes drive away. In summary: Don’t expect the typical beach resort at Phuket; this is more like a tropical jungle “resort” which is old and a little tired-looking. "
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7.4

Very good

518 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 49
Resort Evie Mae
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
"I got the best nights sleep here out of 16 nights away. Great size tv with hdmi for you. Nice to sit outside. Nice cosy bar and very decent burgers. Pizzas looked great too. Recommended."
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7.6

Very good

12 reviews

Me and Tree Villa
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
"Lovely little cottages and friendly staff. Small swimming pool and comfy beds. We stayed here for rock climbing at Nam Pha Pa Yai. Quite deep into the neighborhood so buy foods and essentials beforehand. "
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8.3

Excellent

31 reviews

Apinop Resort health center and spa.
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
Apinop Resort health center and spa.
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
Apinop Resort health center and spa.
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
Apinop Resort health center and spa.
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
Apinop Resort health center and spa.
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
Apinop Resort health center and spa.
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
Apinop Resort health center and spa.
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
Supalai Pasak Resort and Spa (SHA Extra Plus)
Kaeng Khoi,Kaeng Khoi - View on map
"Supalai is a sprawling resort with individual “bungalows” scattered everywhere, with the main building right in the middle. The main area has the resort’s only restaurant and swimming pool. The pool is very big and it looked quite clean, but as we didn’t use it I can’t comment on it. Actually we did not see anyone using the pool for the duration of our stay, but that can also be because it was raining! Room: Each “bungalow” is divided into two, and connected by a door. It is great for families or friends. Upon entering the room you have a living room space with TV, Thai-style mats, coffee table, fridge, etc. The bedroom is very spacious with the bed on a raised floor. The toilet is also spacious. However the whole décor is very old – it looks like the place was built in the 80s and has never been refurbished since! As it was also quite damp with the monsoon downpour, the walls had signs of mold. As one previous reviewer has pointed out, the A/C units are old and chunky, but at least they worked fine. Sleep quality: I didn't really like the pillow as they were too "puffy" for me (I prefer flat pillows). That said, it was quiet at the resort so if you are a light sleeper, it's ok. Breakfast was included in my stay. There was a large variety of food so I was happy with that. Eggs were freshly made. There was more Thai and Chinese-style food on offer than Western, but as this resort caters to the local crowd that was expected. We had lunch at the hotel restaurant but the order took so long to come that by the time we got our food, we were all grumpy. Service wasn't bad; it was just clueless. There are plenty of food stalls and street markets in the nearby town of Kaeng Khoi about 15 minutes drive away. In summary: Don’t expect the typical beach resort at Phuket; this is more like a tropical jungle “resort” which is old and a little tired-looking. "
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7.4

Very good

518 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 49

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