Nov 29, 2019 - Nov 30, 2019
2 adults - 1 room
Where to stay in Krabi
Fast becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand thanks to its golden beaches, lush tropical greenery and nearby attractions like the legendary Phi Phi Islands, the province of Krabi has everything you need when it comes to hotel accommodation, from basic beach bungalows to high-end, luxury all-villa resorts.
While Krabi Town itself has a variety of basic accommodation, most visitors prefer to use the town as a transit point and opt for accommodation near stunning beachfronts such as Railay Beach and Caves, Koh Hong and Ao Nang or within a short ferry ride of the picturesque group of islands known as Phi Phi.
Visitors to Krabi will arrive by ferry or by air and can then get around the area by a variety of methods. Local and government buses are readily available and cheap, while tuk tuks, motorcycle taxis and songthaews will take visitors around town and further afield. Alternatively, car rental is an option or you may prefer to hire a car or van with a driver from one of the many travel agencies and tour operators.
Hotels in Krabi
A five-star choice of accommodation that is the height of luxury in Krabi, the all-villa resort features 2 km of pristine beachfront overlooking the clear blue waters of the Andaman Sea. The guest villas provide every amenity and luxury to help make any stay a truly memorable vacation in this tropical paradise, complete with the best in traditional Thai hospitality.
Despite its mid-range pricing, the Railay Village Resort & Spa offers superbly appointed Thai-style villas in an area renowned for the beauty of its sunsets. Local attractions such as the Phranang or Pranangnai Caves are nearby, while the beaches of Ao Nang and Naam Moa are just 15 minutes away by boat. Guests can also round off their stay with a sunset dining experience at the beachfront restaurant.
Located on a secluded hill, the Ban Sainai Resort is set among tropical coconut groves and offers superb mountain and limestone cliff views. A budget choice for travelers, the resort is of the eco variety with 25 cottages on offer for those who want a peaceful tropical escape without spending a fortune.
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This information is correct as of November 2017
Lots of activities to do.. Islands hopping, kayaking, elephant riding and many more.. For best experience, stay in Ao Nang..
Krabi is one of the most touristic places in Thailand. But with different kind of beaches, good for every kind of crowd and budgets, and beautiful surroundings, it is worth visit. At least on your first night you can base yourself on Krabi Town, near the river
Great city. Perfect to just stay for one or two nights and go to the islands. We stayed at Pak Up Hostel. Amazing amazing amazing hostel to be at!
If you're a sunset chaser, island hopper, food hunter, massage lover, this is the place for you!