Patong Paragon Hotel

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

280 Praramee Rd, Patong, Phuket, 83150, Thailand
Patong Paragon Resort & Spa
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 42% less than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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  • Families65
  • Couples80
  • Solo83
  • Business100

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No. 9 Restaurant

by Cathy&Gary about No. 9 Restaurant

Number 9 restaurant would have to be up there among our favorite restaurants. We have enjoyed every meal we have had there, prices are great for food and drinks plus the staff are wonderful.

The restaurant is on Phra Barami Road opposite the Patong Paragon Hotel.
If your walking there from Rat-u-Thit Road keep walking north to the end of the road then turn left towards the beach, No. 9 is halfway down on your left.

Try their crepes and ice-cream, its delicious, the crepe is wrapped like a bow with ice-cream in the middle and lashings of chocolate sauce and whipped cream, all for 100 baht!

Thai meals range from 100 - 125baht, a beer will cost you 70baht and a spirits and mix 90baht.

There is also a good selection of European and Western meals.


Great night outGreat night out

Prawns and cashew nuts with ricePrawns and cashew nuts with rice

Maya BeachMaya Beach

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Forum Posts

Hotel Selection/Location

by runningchicken

My fiancée and I will be honeymooning in Phuket this May and are having a hard time committing to a hotel. We have narrowed it down to 2 resorts...Pacific Club in Karon Beach and Kata Beach Resort in Kata beach. We want to experience all that Phuket has to offer (shopping,beaches,food,wildlife,jungles,etc.) and want to pick the resort that is optimal for this. Any info/help would be great...Than you.

Re: Hotel Selection/Location

by Stepwalk

My wife and I really enjoyed Kata Beach Resort: good sized rooms, right on the beach, local shops and supplies (beer!) just outside the resort, not too crowded, and reasonably priced. We mostly ate local which was cheaper and better in our view, rather than in the resort. We also did local walks including over the hill to Kata Noi which is just beautiful (but very tiring). We visited Karon which also seemed OK but did not seem to have the character of Kata Beach but that is a personal view.

Re: Hotel Selection/Location

by sheherezad

Just to caution you - May would be the start of the rainy season as the SW Monsoon starts blowing then.. I've only stayed at the Club Med in Kata which is GREAT!:-)

Re: Hotel Selection/Location

by mim95

Karon and Kata are within walking distance. There is a weekend market in Phuket town for some cheap food and shopping, and there are also shopping malls in Patong beach (Jungcelon) and in Phuket town (Central Festival, Big C, Robinson, Ocean, etc.) If you don't want to get out of Karon and Kata, there are still plenty of food choices there. Taxi can be very expensive in Phuket. There is the slower alternative of songtaew (a large modified blue truck with 2 rows of seats on the back) that takes you to Phuket town market area, close to Chinatown. That's a worthwhile area to visit for a couple of hours, with Chinese temples, museum and coffee shops. It's about 15-20 min walk to Robinson and Ocean from the bus stop.

There isn't much jungle and wildlife in Phuket. You should go to Khao Sok (about 3 hours by private transfer) if you want to do some trekking.

Re: Hotel Selection/Location

by runningchicken

Thank you to everyone for your help. I definitely think we are going to make the trek up to Khao Sok. From what I have read so far its not to hard getting up there, is there any way in particular that you guys would recommend? We are also thinking about flying to Singapore or Bangkok for the day, do you have any recommendations for this..? Thank you again for all your help.

Re: Hotel Selection/Location

by mim95

As for heading up to Khao Sok from Phuket, it depends on your budget.
Cheapest: get into the bus terminal in Phuket town, and get a ticket there. It should cost somewhere between 100-200B/person. The Surat Thani-bound bus should take you there directly without a bus transfer. I'm not sure of the frequency of this bus, but you can possibly check with a hotel in Phuket or Khao Sok.

Most expensive: private transfer - I would say it'll cost you at least 2000 Baht for the car+driver.

Don't book any tour until you get to Khao Sok. For hotel, I recommend Our Jungle House. It's at the quiet end of Khao Sok and has nice tree houses in the forest. You can book your activities once you get there - at your hotel or at an agent.

Re: Hotel Selection/Location

by lifecoach

Were going to Phuket in May as well for a couple of weeks and planning a side trip to Chaing Mai, northern part of Thialand. Its a two hour flight from Phuket and sounds amazing. Perhaps a bit far for one day but well worth the trip. More traditional Thialand rather than the beaches of Phuket.

Travel Tips for Phuket

Thailand - Third world Country?

by stappm

I have heard this time and time again from tourists "Well, we are in a Third World Country dear" but in reality yes the currency exchange is in favor for most westerners, Thailand is by far a third world country (been to Morocco lately?) Thailand has modern medical facilities, in fact mixing elective surgery and a vacation has become quite the thing to do. And the facilities and surgical procedures are very competitive, western, and current. Laws like driving regulations, night club closing hours are visibly enforced (with the occasional open all night club still around) They have a great public transportation system in Bangkok (better then MANY cities in the USA.... screams past San Francisco, and LA!) Even in the remoter areas public buses are running everywhere. I was even pleased to see the number of sex tourists down - YEAH - with many more families, couples, and women around! Actually, I thought it was quite funny - several of the Sex Tourists looked "caught" when you saw them out and about, appeared as if they wanted to crawl under a rock! So even though things are inexpensive in Thailand, all the conveniences, industries, shopping malls, starbucks, movie theaters and money of the western world are there.

Motorcross Phuket

by shane_02

I came across this motorcross circuit at Phuket. It is situated near the Friendship Beach.

However, for those who knows where Diamond Hill Resort is, the circuit is along the same stretch of road.

Unless for some events being organized there, this motorcross circuit is normally quiet and peaceful. You have all the space and freedom to exercise your skills.

For scrambler lovers, you can easily rent a bike at the Patong beach.

Lotions, cremes and bathing gels

by moscowgirl

If you wanna buy any body lotion or shower gel get sure it doesn't contain a whitening formula. It's very popular to be light skinned in Thailand and Asia as well. Most of the beauty products are with whitening effect and it's not what you want, right?

Shaker's Club, Panwa Beach Resort

by tashka about Clubs, bars, go go

This is more like a family night club with live music every night.

Since this is a quiet place with not so many people, you can order songs and even sing yourself for the public in the bar.

I spent one night in the Shaker's Club, net some new people from all over the world and really enjoyed myself.

However, don't expect any crazy thins in this club, but if you are staying in a hotel in the Cape Panwa, it's worth visiting the club. No dress code, you can go in a T-shirt and shorts.


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Address: 280 Praramee Rd, Patong, Phuket, 83150, Thailand