A guide to the finest Luxury Phi Phi Hotels and Resorts all with superb first-class facilities equal to the best in the world. While I may not have had the opportunity to stay in all the hotels and resorts listed here, I can confirm that the hotels and resorts I did enjoy my time at, were on a grand scale. Perhaps next time round, I'll try some of the others and send you my recommendations.
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Holiday Inn Resort is a secluded resort located on Laem Thong Beach, facing Bamboo and Mosquito Islands. Away from the crowds, this resort is ideally situated for swimming, snorkelling or scuba diving in the warm waters or just relaxing on the pearly white beach. The resort is also the ideal romantic setting, known for the many weddings that take place here each year.
The resort will take care of everything for you on this special occasion. How is that? A word of warning though there is little night life here, but a 45-minute long boat ride will take you to the main town on Phi Phi Don Island if a little action is required.
Zeavola Resort and Spa is a beautiful boutique resort located at Laem Thong Beach on the northern most tip of Phi Phi Don Island. The name "Zeavola" gets its name from the exotic Scaevola Taccada Tree meaning sea of love. The luxurious thatched bungalows have oversized beachfront suites and offer the perfect getaway to relax, recharge and reinvigorate.
There are also some less expensive garden and hillside suites should you require. There are two restaurants as well as a beautiful pool and spa. This resort can be reached from either Phuket or Krabi and will take about an hour by speed boat.
Phi Phi Island Village Resort is set amidst lush vegetation and
coconut palms on the island's eastern shores. It is the perfect backdrop
to the stunning white beach and azure waters of
Loh Bagao Bay. Pamper yourself at the Wana spa and sauna where you can enjoy a private
therapeutic massage or anyone of a wide range of beauty treatments.
Transport arrangements can be made for you from either Phuket or Krabi in one of the luxury cruisers the resort provides.
Phi Phi Island Cabana Hotel is a magnificent resort nestled between the two big bays of Ton Sai and Loh Dalum. Situated on 18 acres of prime land, this fabulous resort is not only the first luxury resort built here but also the best-known hotel on the island. Each of the 162 spacious rooms offers pure luxury in a low-rise beach setting decorated with a modern oriental style and affording breathtaking panoramic views of both Phi Phi Island and the Andaman Sea.
Phi Phi Island Arayaburi Resort comprises of 30 large individual villas with private balconies offering spectacular ocean views across Ton Sai Bay. Though the resort is situated on the hilly terrain of Laem Hin, it does require a short climb, but the inconvenience will soon be forgotten. The sheer surrounding beauty of its location is covered by a natural rainforest, exotic flora and lush gardens. In the front of the resort is a 380-metre wide white sandy beach.
Bayview Phi Phi Beach Resort is situated adjacent to Arayaburi Resort and consists of 70 split level bungalows on the hilly terrain of Laem Hin with the same panoramic ocean views across Ton Sai Bay and Phi Phi Lei Island. This resort affords a private beach, a free-form swimming pool with a swim-up bar and Jacuzzi as well as a diving school. It's just a fifteen-minute walk from the pier and the heart of the Phi Phi village, making this one of the most convenient Phi Phi hotels in which to experience a relaxing and enjoyable vacation.
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