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Phuket has a great variety of accommodation from bungalows and mid priced hotels to lavish resort developments. Most are located at on of the beaches, but there are also places to stay in Phuket town which is at the south-eastern end of the island.

If you are planning to visit Phuket during the main tourist season (November to February) it is advisable to book in advance.

Hotels

Royal Princess-Phuket

Unique resort located at Kamala Bay, enjoying magnificent sunsets and refreshing ocean breezes, at the very rim of the Andaman sea.
6/12 Moo 6 Tambon Kamala, Amphur Kathu, Phuket 83000, Tel: +66 76 270801 Fax: +66 76 270818
Email: ppp@dusit.com

Le Tong Beach Hotel

“Le Tong Beach” is a boutique hotel on Patong beach, Phuket, located only 20 metres from the beach and only five minutes away from Patong Shopping Center. All rooms are fully furnished in antique cultural style and equipped with air conditioner, water heater, satellite TV, video-in-house, refrigerator, telephone and private sea view balcony. We also provide a sea view restaurant nearby our new swimming pool placed right in front of our hotel. Our 6 months renovation is now complete. Prabaramee 4, Patong, Kathu, Phuket, Thailand 83150
Phuket: +66 76 342-467, 342-710, 342-870. Fax: +66 76 290-112 E-mail contact@letong.com
Bangkok Head Office: +66 2 539-7345, 539-7350. Fax +66 2 539-7350

Impiana Phuket Cabana

41 Taweewingse Road, Patong Beach, Phuket 83150. Tel: +66 76 342100 Fax +66 76 340178
E-mail: info.phuket@impiana.com

Connect Guesthouse
Guesthouse with 11 rooms, restaurant, Internet coffee bar. Located in the Gay area of Patong Beach
125/8-9 Rath-U-Thit Road, Patong Beach, Phuket
Tel: +66 76 294195 Fax: +66 76 294195
E-mail: connect@beachpatong.com

The Mangosteen Resort & Spa
99/4 Moo 7, Soi Mangosteen, Rawaii, Phuket 83130 Tel +66 76 289399 Fax +66 76 289389
Bangkok Reservations Tel +66 2 642 6692-3 Fax +66 2 642 6691
E-mail: info@mangosteen-phuket.com

Sofitel Magic Lagoon Resort & Spa
41/12 Moo 3, Khuk Khak, Takuapa, Phang-Nga 82190. Tel +66 76 429300 Fax +66 76 420030

Food and Drink

One thing Phuket Town has in abundance is good restaurants, many of which are listed in Thailand's food guides. For cheap tasty meals try the night market on Phuket Road.

The beach resorts have a variety of places to eat serving both Thai and Western food. All the larger hotels have good restaurants plus the usual "international buffet".

Beaches

Directly west of Phuket Town is the lively Patong Beach which has a similar feel to Pattaya. Here you will find plenty of things to keep you occupied. A little further south is the gently curving Karon Beach, a popular place for sunbathing.

Kata Beach is at the south-west end of the island just around the headland from Karon. This is a good place for swimming and snorkeling. At the south end of Phuket is Rawai Beach. Although the beach itself is not as good as others on the island, Rawai is probably the best place to go for scuba diving. There are several boats available to take divers to the offshore islands.


Nai Harn Beach is located between Kata and Rawai and houses one of the most lavish resorts on Phuket. During the monsoon season from May to October swimming in this area can, at times, be dangerous.

North of Patong is the beautiful Kamala Beach, and Surin Beach which is popular with locals. The more secluded Nai Yang Beach is just west of the airport. Next Page »

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