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Phi Phi Villa Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • budget prices
  • close to the action
  • yoga

    Cons

  • noise from nearby bars
  • rocky beach not great for swimming

Phi Phi Villa Resort Review

Large thatch-covered huts in a natural setting give Phi Phi Villa a relaxing island feeling quite different from bustling Tonsai Bay, a short walk away. All bungalows have small patios with wooden handrails, and spacious interiors. The resort is on a stretch of private beach where boats are prohibited from landing; the absence of longtails that clutter Tonsai's shore makes the beach here a little more suitable for swimming, although it's still shallow and quite rocky. It's great for travelers who want to stay close to the action without being a part of it. The cheapest rooms lack air-conditioning, hot water, and basic amenities, but they do have access to everything else, including a new yoga center, the first on Phi Phi. Rooms closest to the beach are only for sound sleepers or night owls; the reverberations from Hippies Bar and Carpe Diem beach bar can be heard late into the night.

    Hotel Details

  • 55 bungalows
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-29-2013

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