Casa Jip Guesthouse

Address: 207/10 Rat-UThit 200 Pi Rd Patong Beach, Kathu, Phuket 83150, Patong, Phuket, 81350, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 207/10 Rat-UThit 200 Pi Rd Patong Beach, Kathu, Phuket 83150, Patong, is near Instyle Fashion Bespoke Tailors, Sunrise Diving, Sea Angel Cruise, and Mai Khao Beach.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Jip Guesthouse Patong

      Reviewed by ariohendra

      more than enough

      Reviewed Mar 10, 2013
      by (3 reviews) Malang , Indonesia Flag of Indonesia

      Sedikit bermasalah saat check in karena Casa Jip tidak memperbolehkan satu kamar single bed diisi dua orang. Kami membayar ekstra 600baht karena kesalahpahamaan itu. Kamar di Casa Jip (single bed non deluxe) menurut saya benar benar memuaskan. Clean, neat, and sophisticated, ukuran bed nya juga cukup besar. Ruangannya cukup luas dan kamar mandinya bagus. Ada deposit box yang berfungsi baik serta fasilitas membuat air panas untuk kopi. Room service sedikit berlebihan (baju kotor saya di dalam tas juga dirapikan) jadi perlu sedikit kehati hatian. Pelayanan resepsionis dsb cukup baik. Overall 4 out of 5

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Jip Guesthouse Patong

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