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Phi Phi Holiday Resort (SHA Extra Plus)
Laem Tong Beach,Koh Phi Phi - View on map
"After reading previous reviews. The Holiday Inn was everything I expected. Although, it is a bit expensive, it was definitely worth it. The beaches, water, and sunsets from that part of Koh Phi Phi are breathtaking. The restaurant was very good and the breakfast that was included in the room price was first rate. The Holiday Inn also had a happy hour every day where most drinks were BHT 100 ($3.00). The bungalow where we stayed was a seaview and was great for the price. If it is in your price range I would recommend staying in the seaview or beach bungalows. The gardens are up on the hill and away from the beach. In addition, there is a great place to watch the sunset from a bar on a hilltop that overlooks the ocean. After checking out the other accommodations on that part of Koh Phi Phi Island, I think the Holiday Inn is your best bet. The Zaeveola is just as good if not better, but much more expensive. For those who are on a budget, there is area right next to the Holiday Inn called Gypsie Sea Village. Here you can eat, and buy groceries for much cheaper than the Holiday Inn or any of the other hotels. The rooms were a bit dated, but clean and comfortable. There are no t.v.'s in the room and the hotel has 2 computers for internet in the lobby. The rate they charge is $7.00/hour. Finally, there is no nightlife here, but if you are considering this part of the Island, you are not interested in that anyway."
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8.4

Excellent

1632 reviews

ChaoKoh Phi Phi Hotel & Resort (SHA Plus+)
Ton Sai Bay,Koh Phi Phi - View on map
"This place exceeded expectations 100 fold. The room we were given was huge, at least 600 square feet complete with a small patio and glass encased standing shower. Bath robes were provided and the in room refrigerator mini bar had Chang stocked for just slightly above mainland prices. Wi-fi was fast and reliable, A/C unit worked to perfection and the shower delivered good pressure and mostly constant temperatures. The whole place is designed with purpose! Clean and organized which made me feel at home and instantly relaxed for a night on a Thai island. Originally when I booked a hotel in Koh Phi Phi I saw many hotels with very cheap prices. However after looking more closely at reviews it appeared that I made a critical error in selection. Luckily I was able to cancel the reservation on booking.com via Southwest.com Hotels/Rapid Rewards site. Then found Chao Kho Phi Phi Hotel and knew that was the best option and booked it instantly. "
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8

Excellent

1497 reviews

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$ 76
SAii Phi Phi Island Village (SHA Extra Plus)
Loh Ba Gao,Koh Phi Phi - View on map
"We really enjoyed our stay at the Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort (formerly Outrigger Phi Phi) - the rooms were beautiful and clean, the bathroom/shower were fantastic, the staff extremely friendly, and the resort truly beautiful right along the beach. This place truly is a resort and if you stay you could spend your entire trip there if you preferred. The food is very good for being an island off of the coast of Thailand (not a typical cuisine-directed destination) with a surprising amount of variety between the locations. The biggest frustration for us during our travel was the difficulty in accessing the main town area (Tonsai / Loh Dalum Bays) from the hotel. It takes about ~30-40 minutes by long-tail or 20-25 minutes by speedboat to transfer between the two. The hotel does run one shuttle in the morning ~10am (if I remember correctly), that returns ~3pm; however, the rest of the access is on your own. While this is a benefit because the resort is far removed from the crazy/party/noise associated with the rowdy backpacker festivities on the main beaches, there is a negative in the inability to access that scene if so desired. The true way to describe this place is "secluded" - so make sure that's what you want before you book! Either way the resort will blow you away, but location is definitely an important factor when selecting a place to stay while on Koh Phi Phi - Stayed July 2015"
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8.7

Excellent

3453 reviews

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$ 347
P2 Wood Loft
Ton Sai Bay,Koh Phi Phi - View on map
"Initially I booked my stay just for 1 night but I ended up staying 4. The quality is really high, seems it's been just opened for the guests. I loved the bed mattress and extra soft bed linen. The wooden elements and vintage light bulbs made the ambience relaxing and cosy. The staff was helpful. I asked for an additional fan as I don't enjoy using AC too much. The room is equipped with all necessary amenities including hair dryer, kettle and beach towels. I also enjoyed hammocks in the morning. The location is excellent as it is close to several restaurants, which are still open after the covid lockdown. 5 minutes walk to the pier. I had a great stay there! Hope to come back to Phi Phi paradise some time again."
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9

Exceptional

191 reviews

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$ 30
Zeavola Resort (SHA Extra Plus)
Laem Tong Beach,Koh Phi Phi - View on map
"Zeavola was a zen oasis for my wife, 5-year old daughter and me following several days in the more off-the-beaten-path islands further south of Koh Phi Phi. Our experience with Zeavola began with a uniformed representative from the hotel picking us at the Ton Sai ferry dock and escorting us to a long-tail boat which took us up the beautiful western side of the island to the back entrance to the hotel (we arrived late in the day and the tide was out so couldn't approach from the main beach on the east side). We were met by another hotel staff member who took us on sand pathways through the manicured grounds to reception and a chilled hibiscus tea drink. We had excellent meals at the beach restaurant and breakfasts were wonderful with a solid option of healthy and comfort foods including great croissants. One of the best things I've eaten in years was the crab gnocchi prepared by Chef Aed. They're served as a side-dish with the black cod, but I made a special request the second night at dinner to have them served as an appetizer. They are amazing! Our experience at Zeavola finished with the high-speed boat that took us to Phuket. Our last memory was the cool, eucalyptus hand towels given to us to refresh before exiting the boat. Nice final touch that characterized an overall rewarding experience at the Zeavola Resort. "
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8.8

Excellent

718 reviews

Phi Phi Maiyada Resort (SHA Certified)
Ao Lo Dalam,Koh Phi Phi - View on map
"This hotel is for those wanting to see Koh Phi Phi or to use it as a base for activities. We stayed here while we dived on Koh Phi Phi although this seems to be the most expensive place to dive in Thailand. There's a good buffet breakfast with hot and cold foods. It's a 10 minute flip flop walk into town but only 3 minutes to either the North or South Beach. There are bars close by. Be aware that Koh Phi Phi has become a destination for mass Chinese tourists and as a result, the island has developed to cater for these. Maya beach is NOT worth visiting. It has most definitely lost its charm and you certainly won't want another 1000 tourists in your photos... Although, if you just want to get to a film set then crack on! It will cost you about 400B per person for the taxi/tour bout to the island and then another 100B per person for some random, probably made up, tourist tax. Maya bay is fulllll of tourists and boats. It is not tranquil, you'd be better off saving the money and staying on one of the Eastern beaches around the island... they are fantastic."
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7.1

Very good

1058 reviews

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$ 31
Ibiza House
Ao Lo Dalam,Koh Phi Phi - View on map
"Sadly koh phi phi has changed into party island for young. But its still lovely place, and good facilities to support family needs. You can make what you want of phi phi, enjoy the beach life or party hard, something for everyone ☺ The Ibiza Hotel has 2 swimming pools, 1 set back ideal for families and front pool is where the 2-3times week pool parties are held. All good fun. Staff at hotel superb and nice cabanas too. "
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7.1

Very good

989 reviews

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$ 77
Phi Phi Villa Resort (SHA Extra Plus)
Ton Sai Bay,Koh Phi Phi - View on map
"We arrived on Phi Phi by passenger ferry from Phuket. Once on the island we had to pay 20baht each for the maintenance of the island. A guy was there to meet us and put our luggage in a carrier and we followed him through the little streets to our hotel. I didnt expect the streets to be so close together but it was lovely. We were welcomed with refreshments and then shown to our little bungalow. It was lovely and had everything we needed. We put our stuff in the room and headed straight out and walked up to the viewpoint at the top of the island-definately worth a trip for the views. We ate at a restaurant that night where seafood is really cheap and just amazing. So glad we visited Phi Phi and would recommend the hotel."
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7.1

Very good

1247 reviews

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$ 88
Phi Phi Natural Resort (SHA Plus+)
Laem Tong Beach,Koh Phi Phi - View on map
"We originally booked through Agoda, but because of some conflict out deluxe cottage wasn't available. Without even saying a word, Miss Junnie came back to us 3 minutes later and had upgraded us to one of their amazing pool villas. Things were a little outdated in places, but this is not the Sheraton or Westin. This is a remote tropical escape. If you want "modern luxury" go to Tansai or stay on Phuket or the mainland. Even though it is only rated at 3 stars, for being in a remote location, I'd say it felt more like 5 stars. It's not a "hotel", so the grounds are very dispersed and all of the cottages are private. It's at the northern tip of Koh Phi Phi so it's almost a jungle setting and the grounds must be absolutely insane to maintain. Oh and yes. There are lots of bugs and spiders and such. Remember, it's the "jungle", get over it. This place is amazing! The staff were all so helpful, kind and always smiling. The activities director helped us out with a private longtail boat and we went to Mosquito and Bamboo islands which were fantastic. There are only a handful of resorts on this beach and they all work together to ensure that there's some "show" or activity that's available. The fire show at Koh Phi Phi Natural resort was amazing!!! It's every monday, wednesday and friday so don't miss it. The massage is higher priced than you'd find elsewhere in Phi Phi or Phuket, but don't miss out on it. Their staff does a great job and the setting is wonderful. If there's any drawbacks I'd say that the beds were very firm and food was somewhat lacking. The breakfast was mediocre but if you order alacarte it gets better. Once again, set your expectations. They have food, veggies, etc boated in on a regular basis. The beds were also a This is a remote destination. Once you set that expectation you will find that you can't get a better experience. "
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7.9

Very good

1270 reviews

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$ 156
PP Princess Resort (SHA Extra Plus)
Ao Lo Dalam,Koh Phi Phi - View on map
"My boyfriend and I went to Koh Phi Phi from Bangkok with no hotel arranged. Upon a recommendation from someone we met on the Ferry we booked the Princess for 3 nights. The rooms were very big and clean and the infinity pool is spectacular with a great view and very close to the beach. It is a mix of couples, families and solo travellers. It is close to the bars and night parties on the beach, but far enough away that you don't feel overwhelmed by the noise or busy part of the main strip. We ended up booking 2 extra nights at the Princess before heading to Chiang Mai. I would highly recommend the Princess. While you can get cheaper accommodations on the island, if you are looking for a beautiful hotel for a relaxing experience that is close to everything the Princess is the best hotel you can stay at! Totally worth the money. We will definitely come back!"
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8.2

Excellent

1660 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 121

Fast facts about Koh Phi Phi, Thailand

Accommodations422 properties
Popular hotelPP Princess Resort (SHA Extra Plus)
Popular areaAo Lo Dalam
Nightly rates from£5
Reasons to visitBeaches, Nightlife, Romance

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Koh Phi Phi?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Koh Phi Phi is 54 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Koh Phi Phi is 163 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Koh Phi Phi is 244 USD.

What's the average price of a hotel in Koh Phi Phi this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Koh Phi Phi this weekend is 34 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Koh Phi Phi is 125 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Koh Phi Phi is 173 USD.

What's the average price of a hotel in Koh Phi Phi tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Koh Phi Phi tonight is 32 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Koh Phi Phi is 79 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Koh Phi Phi is 234 USD.

What are the best hotels in Koh Phi Phi near Ton Sai Bay?

Verified travelers to Koh Phi Phi who stayed near Ton Sai Bay have given top reviews to Mama Beach Residence, Panmanee Hotel, and ChaoKoh Phi Phi Hotel & Resort.

What are the best hotels in Koh Phi Phi near Ton sai Shopping Area?

Verified travelers to Koh Phi Phi who stayed near Ton sai Shopping Area have given top reviews to Mama Beach Residence, Panmanee Hotel, and ChaoKoh Phi Phi Hotel & Resort.

What are the most popular hotels in Koh Phi Phi?

Some of our most popular hotels in Koh Phi Phi are Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort, Holiday Inn Resort Phi Phi Island, and Mama Beach Residence

What are the best hotels in Koh Phi Phi for couples?

Hotels in Koh Phi Phi that are highly rated by couples include Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort, Holiday Inn Resort Phi Phi Island, and Mama Beach Residence.

What are the best hotels in Koh Phi Phi for families?

Hotels in Koh Phi Phi that are highly rated by families include Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort, Phi Phi Relax Beach Resort, and Phi Phi The Beach Resort.

What hotels in Koh Phi Phi have the best views?

Verified travelers to Koh Phi Phi have given top reviews for the views at Villa 360 Resort and Spa, Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort, and ChaoKoh Phi Phi Hotel & Resort.

What hotels in Koh Phi Phi have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Koh Phi Phi have given top reviews for the breakfast at Mama Beach Residence, Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort, and ChaoKoh Phi Phi Hotel & Resort.

What's the best neighborhood in Koh Phi Phi to stay in?

Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Koh Phi Phi include Ton Sai Bay, Ao Lo Dalam, and Long Beach.

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More about Koh Phi Phi

Koh Phi Phi, also known as Phi Phi Island, is one of the most idyllic vacation destinations in the world. The island features warm, clear waters and sandy beaches reminiscent of paradise. The island is located on the Andaman Sea, making it easily accessible from Phuket and Krabi Town by ferry boats that make several daily trips to the island. The most beautiful area on the island is Ao Maya, or Maya Bay, which was made famous by the movie The Beach. Because of the island's small size, all resorts in Phi Phi are within walking distance of this iconic location.

Phi Phi's postcard appearance can be attributed to its limestone formations rising out of the water, providing a stunning backdrop against the clear water and white sand beaches. Long-tail boats take visitors on tours around the limestone formations and can be booked on an hourly basis.

For the best views of Phi Phi Island, a viewing platform 186 meters above sea level offers stunning panoramas. Nightlife on Phi Phi isn't as raucous as that on Phuket, but there are still plenty of bars that stay open late for the night owls.

Of course, a visit to Koh Phi Phi would not be complete without a trip to the Viking Cave, which is conveniently located close to a wide range of accommodations.

There’s much more to see and learn about Koh Phi Phi, and the interactive map on this page is a great way to find out where the attractions and hotels can be found in this exciting city.