Hotel Ibis Patong Phuket

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

10 Chalermphrakiat Road, Kathu District, Patong, 83150, Thailand

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Average
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Value Score Great Value!

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    very convinient

    by

    We stayed at this hotel for 3 days and found it very conveniently located. It is within walking distance to the beach and to the shopping areas and yet tucked away in a lane and so not noisy. However we didn't find the other services like food, massages etc reasonably priced here. But there are so many options for this outside that it was not a problem.
    We booked over the net and got a family room which has a bunk bed and a king size bed.

    Unique Quality: Good Location, reasonably tariff.

  • Ibis Hotel Patong Phuket

    by

    The Ibis Hotel in Patong is the first Ibis hotel on Phuket island. The Ibis Patong beach is a modern hotel and inexpensive, in keeping with the Ibis style.The Ibis Patong also has family tooms that can sleep 4 persons. The Ibis has over 200 rooms and is a short walk to the beach in Patong. I must adnit to preferring some of the more Thai style hotels in Patong which are sadly not as easy to find nowadays. The Ibis privides inexpensive and comfortable accommodation and is overall good value for money in Patong.

    Unique Quality: Inexpensive, good location.

More about Hotel Ibis Patong Phuket

ibis patong

by me.nattie

I'm Thai. i just went to Patong two weeks ago. i would recommend you the newly built hotel. it's ibis patong which is one of accor hotels, just 500 meters to the beach. Also, dont worried, it is safe and quiet.

Ibis Hotel Patong Phuket

by sarahreynold about New Ibis hotel in Patong

The Ibis Hotel in Patong is the first Ibis hotel on Phuket island. The Ibis Patong beach is a modern hotel and inexpensive, in keeping with the Ibis style.The Ibis Patong also has family tooms that can sleep 4 persons. The Ibis has over 200 rooms and is a short walk to the beach in Patong. I must adnit to preferring some of the more Thai style hotels in Patong which are sadly not as easy to find nowadays. The Ibis privides inexpensive and comfortable accommodation and is overall good value for money in Patong. Inexpensive, good location.

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Phuket 3 days

by xsweety

Hi
I'm planning to go Phuket in mid-Oct. Was wondering if it would be heavy rains?
would 3 days be enough? what all can I do there?

Is there any way to reach direct from Chaing Mai as i see all flights via bangkok only.

Any recommended hotels.. in the range of 1500 to 2000 THB?

All help is appreciated. I have less time to book / plan.

Cheers,
S

Re: Phuket 3 days

by dickerling

Hi there,
October is the month with the most rainfall,but with a little luck it stay dry for 3 days.All flights from Chiang Mai have to go via Bangkok.
And for the third questian,Thanthip villa is in your price range between 1500and 2000bth.Nice clean rooms,100 meter from the beach.Website: www.thanthipvilla.com

Re: Phuket 3 days

by filipinabackpacker

Hi, there are a lot of beautiful hotels but i suggest you do some inquiries, check thebangkokpages.com, it has the telephone nos. and the webpage of the hotels, which you can check on... So convenient and free. Have fun on your visit...

Re: Phuket 3 days

by xsweety

thanks.. :-)
what all can i do there?

any tips on 'not to miss' things?

Re: Phuket 3 days

by LeParadise

It is still raining in Phuket during October. If there is no storm, it will not be a severe rain.

When you reach there, you have both day and night activities. The day activities which you should not miss is island tour to Phi Phi or some small island such as Koh Khai. You can buy the trip from the tour stand.

For the flight from Chaing Mai to Bangkok, you need to drop at Bangkok first.

For hotel in Phuket, Sugar Palm Karon or Sugar Palm Kata is also good. As now the price is not much expensive with free nights. The thing that I like is there is the room with pool access and the price is about THB 1500

If you would like to stay at Patong Beach, Ibis Patong is also good chioce.

Re: Phuket 3 days

by NinaPhuket

If talk about raining this season raining everywhere you go. I live in Phuket 50% raining and last week is good weather raining only evening and at night.

For accomodation easy to find rate as your budget, low season, cheap accomodation rate in Phuket, stay Kata Beach or Karon Beach, nice beaches...I can recommend some small hotels there.

For Chiang Mai I had been Belle villa resort, beautiful place, Switzerland style.

Need some support for more information contact me nina.th@hotmail.com

visiting Phuket

by julienurse

Im thinking of traveling to Phuket and I am wondering how safe it is to travel here with two teenage daughters, one 20 year old son and me. Also could someone recommend a safe resort. Thanks

Re: visiting Phuket

by Neonstrocity

I took my kids when they were smaller (9, 11, and 13) all over Thailand . No problem at all. We were there before the Tsunami, from Phuket we took a boat and went to Phi Phi Island. It was fantastic. We stayed at the Holiday Inn resort. I would highly recommend it.

Ron

Re: visiting Phuket

by lauraxxxo

hi i went to phuket last december and it is very safe!!locals are sooooo nice and id highly recommend it!it is a beautiful place we are going back in oct but are booking flights at £585 and getting a hotel over there as its apparently about £2 per night. Make sure you visit phi phi leh and phi phi don!!and maya bay where the beach was filmed its so much nicer than phuket and thats hard to beatx

Re: visiting Phuket

by johnaalex

I have to agree with the other replies, Thailand in general is a very safe country for visitors. Please check my Phuket pages for some more tips.

John

Re: visiting Phuket

by swissfondue

I been to Phuket twice, the second time I took my teenaged children as I thought they would love it. THEY LOVED IT! especially my daughter. The shopping is fantastic for teenagers and everyone is so friendly.

I havent stayed at the Holiday Inn but have eaten there. It has a fabulous location in the heart of Patong Beach and gets excellent reviews.

If you are looking for a more secure invironment for your kids then you might like the Le Meridien Resort just five minutes from Patong (the next bay south). The resort has expansive pool areas (no worries about getting a sun lounger) and its own beach (massage ladies work there everyday). There are half a dozen restaurant choices inside the resort, all the usual facilities and a dedicated spa, if you and/or your daughters feel like being pampered.

Re: visiting Phuket

by expatbangkok

Just don't let the boy out on his own..

Re: visiting Phuket

by Gourav

This part of thailand is very safe. I was there in last august. and was wandering in city till late on my own. people are nice and helpful. just follow simple safety measures, whi you do follow when you are in ur hometown.

Re: visiting Phuket

by me.nattie

I'm Thai. i just went to Patong two weeks ago. i would recommend you the newly built hotel. it's ibis patong which is one of accor hotels, just 500 meters to the beach. Also, dont worried, it is safe and quiet.

Child friendly resort

by joysweet

Hi! Just want to check which among the following are child friendly - we are travelling with a 3yr old girl

1. Ibis Phuket
2. Deevana Patong
3. Patong Lodge
4. Club Anndaman

Re: Child friendly resort

by Fivestar1

I would suggest that Club Andaman would be your best bet. Great place, good pools, just over the road from the beach and lost of places to eat near by.
Ibis Phuket tiny rooms,Patong Lodge not so good for the kids, Deevana nice but just Ok for what you would want. Have fun.

Re: Child friendly resort

by trav4bus

when leaving for phuket?

Travel Tips for Phuket

Locals' market.

by colin_bramso

This Tip was written before the tsunami hit Phuket. The market is quite a way back from the beach, so hopefully it's still operating.

We always look for the local market, and eventually found the one in Patong. The people in our hotel tried to keep us from going to it, because they thought tourists wouldn't like it. It's a typical local fresh food, or wet, market, with various other everyday items in a hundred or so stalls. We enjoy mixing with the local people and soaking up the local atmosphere, and markets like this are a great way to do that. The main thing to buy is probably fresh fruit, but if you're in self-catering accommodation there's plenty of other food including fresh vegetables and spices. I'd stay away from the fish and meat though, I'm not sure how fresh it is and the flies all over it aren't a good sign!

bars bars bars

by hendo4 about Clubs, bars, go go

all around patong beach there are hundreds of little bars. dont be put off by the girls trying to grab you and get you in. once you sit down at a table they generally leave you alone,( unless you are a bunch of guys out for that sort of thing.)get a table outside and you can sit for hours and be entertained by the goings on of the place. try molly malones for something different. on patong beach road. great food and beer and spirits didn't seem to be watered down. whatever you want, boardies and a singlet, bikini and sarong.

Tuk-Tuks

by johnaalex

Tuk-tuks come in a range of styles, possible the best known are those three wheeled vehicles in Bangkok that are gas powered and it is the noise they make that gave birth to the name. Go to other cities in Thailand and you will see similar three wheelers, but they will not look the same. On Phuket they are 4 wheeled mini vans, usually red or yellow in colour. To hire one just flag it down, state your destination and then agree the price. Only get on board after you have agreed the price. There are no meters in tuk-tuks and this is one thing that is true throughout the Kingdom.
There are many things to debate when on Phuket, where is the best beach; the best bar; the best restaurant; was that really a man etc? The one thing that nearly everybody agrees on is that tuk-tuks are taking tourists for a ride in more than one way. The only exceptions to this debate are of course the tuk-tuk drivers. Partly thanks to the new one way traffic system around Patong the minimum fare is now 150 THB, even if you go just a couple of blocks! Now compared to western prices this is hardly highway robbery, but if you compare a trip from one end of Patong to the centre (Bangla Road) a distance of a couple of kilometres, to how far you can go in a metered Bangkok taxi you’ll soon get the point. In fact air conditioned taxis, of which there are a small number, when compared to omnipresent Tuk-tuks in Phuket, charge the same as their less comfortable alternatives.
The solidarity of the drivers when it comes to pricing is admirable and for us tourists it is a case of “grin and bear it”. They are by far the most convenient way to get around the island. There are buses between the main resort areas and Phuket Town, but they are not that frequent or, for that matter, fast.

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Address: 10 Chalermphrakiat Road, Kathu District, Patong, 83150, Thailand