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Sawasdee Krup! Arrived in Phuket Kata beach to really do absolutely nothing but lie on the beach, have a perve and work on the unhealthy post-winter paleness (a tan ain't that healthy either!). We were lucky enough to be greated by good weather despite the wet season with beautiful sunsets and crystal clear water. As commercialised as Phuket is, we …
Days filled with boat expeditions. One to Ko Phi Phi and another to the James Bond Island. Beach time. Nights filled with awesome dinners (Mom Tri's Longhouse, Spice, Baan Rim Pa, etc.), great wines and laughter! Close call on the Cyclone.....
Beth and I had to work Monday and Tuesday, so Andrea had our apartment to herself during the day. I think she may have gone through two whole seasons of our Entourage DVDs. On Tuesday night, Beth, Andrea and I took the bus into Bangkok. We parted ways once we got off: the girls headed for the Southern Bus Station and I headed towards Thai …
Woke up in the room and aimed for a 11-12 public bus over to Patong. We walked around the markets and got some rice soup for breakfast and an ice coffee. We stopped at a newish Buddhist temple then got on the 4 hour bus to Patong. Arrived and was pretty weirded out by all the seedy old men walking around with their young Thai girls and the ridiculous amount of western tourists. We manage to find a hostel dorm room at cheap Charlie's backpackers for 150 baht a night - this was ...
... was lovely, however it appeared majority of the guests were old western men with their thai "girlfriends".. Our first night we explored Bangla road for somewhere to eat. It really came alive after dark, where the street was lit up with colourful lights and upbeat music. Lining the street were bars, stalls, shops and restaurants. You couldn't walk 2m without somebody shoving a menu of their ping pong shows in your face. We had a look around at the ...
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During the week of April 7th- April 12th of 2006 our family vacationed at the Kata Beach Resort. We found that for the most part the resort was exactly as promised. Our room was a deluxe room in the main building with a wonderful view of both the pool and the sea. First, we discovered a wonderful breakfast buffet awaiting downstairs in the Atrium Restaurant each morning. This was included in our package and proved to be a great inclusion. The pool was very nice with plenty of lounger, however, the best chairs were always taken by 7 A.M. We did experience some frustration because the chairs would be reserved with towels, however, the towel owners would not show until noon or later. The hotel did appear to be aware of the problem and had implemented a "chair" policy but did not seem to enforce their own policy. Marvelous massages were offered under a covered lanai and the price was right on with only 300 Baht for one hour. The resort does not have a spa, but this was easily fixed with a short tuk tuk ride to Patong.
Kata Beach Resort habe ich im November 2005 einen sehr angenehmen Aufenthalt verbracht. Die Lage ist excellent unmittelbar am weitläufigen, feinsandigen Kata Strand. Der Zugang erfolgt direkt über die Swimmingpool-Landschaft, ohne dass eine Straße überquert werden muß.
Well i just got back from 11 days at Kata Beach Resort.
This was our first visit to Patong but 6th to Thailand. The hotel welcome was very efficient. Initially our room was next to the road that leads to the beach and near a parking lot. With a simple request we were moved to another room overlooking the garden. The room had all the usual things(safe, toiletries)
Best place to stay in Phuket
I popped the question to my now Fiance on the beach at Kata Beach Resort. We could not have asked for a better location to get engaged. It is one of the few hotels in Phuket that is right on the beach -you can reach out and touch the sand. We wou;dn't stay anywhere else if we went back to Phuket. Kata Beach alone is the best beach for swimming. Lots of great restaurants in the area. the hotel was more than comfortable with typical Thai hospitality.
We have just returned from a weeks holiday at the Kata Beach Resort in Phuket.
After a very "hairy" Asian style van ride courtesy of the Hotel driver, I was greated warmly by a cool drink & a refreshing towel upon arrival. Check in took no more than 5 minutes & I was ushered to my room on the top floor overlooking the garden. The room was richly decorated with beautiful dark wood & the bath room ameneties were plentiful. Housekeeping did a great job in keeping the room clean & well stocked.
Loved the Kata beach resort!
I stayed at the Kata beach resort in Phuket in January, 2004. The place is absolutely gorgeous. We were originally booked into the Karon beach resort, but my fiance had proposed earlier in our trip and had advised the manager. They upgraded us to a suite at Kata beach resort. The rooms are spacious and well kept. The resort has been renovated and had first class facilities, massive pool/s, pool bar, cocktails are a little expensive compared to phi phi island and bangkok. We didn't get Breakfast at the resort but found an excellent restaurant across the road that we ate alot of our meals at, very cheap. The beach is very clean and one of the best we saw in Phuket, nice location. I would definately recommend this resort, it should be rated 5 star!
I stayed at Kata Beach Resort for three nights in May 2005. I had an ocean view room on the second floor.
We stayed at Kata Resort in December 2005 a week before the tsunami. We were with our 2 year old.