Katanoi Club Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Katanoi Club Hotel Karon
Travel Blogs from Karon
Arrived yesterday at 12:15 in Phuket, at the airport my friend Assar had booked a transfer for me to my apartment that he also fixed for me! Left my bag and went to the diveshop, not without any struggle tho! Haha I ended up in a taxi! Talked about the course and got some books to study and then we went to a bar, had an amazing paneng curry and a beer.. That ended in many beers and sangsom! Good night! Met a loots of new friendly people ...
... was a bit cold and we think it had been sat out for a while. Once we were finished, we moved onto Monkey Beach. If you hadn't guessed, monkeys live on the beach, real life monkeys, they are wild and it was a pretty cool sight to see, there were probably about 6-7 when we got there (we had to stay on the boat) and we were about 10 meters away from them. My issue with this (oh there had to be an issue!) was 1. There was loads of litter on the small beach, which the tide ...
Arrived in Phuket after a 3 hr taxi ride from krabi. We stay near kata beach in the chaba hotel. Very nice hotel and very close to all amenities. weather nice again but arrived late in afternoon so have not seen much of the area yet. Met up with my sister friends and wee boy levi who they hadn't seen for four years, really nice to see them again. I ...
... 2 for beer. lunch cost all of $12 with drinks. Love this place.
Forgot the $4-5 cocktails. Last nights were expensive because it was the Hilton.
Sian found it difficult to find clothes her size which she is not happy about. To small for the adult stuff and too big for the kids clothes. Donna and Carl had better luck and Aaron only cares about the occasional t-shirt and cars.
Kids fell apart a bit and we went home for a swim before we were bad parents and put ...
... it all then and there, dividing it up between everyone so I could then borrow their water later on. That made things better even more but I still found it difficult balancing over streams, jumping over felled trees and pulling myself up onto larger inclines. We eventually reached the area cleared for our camp site where I triumphantly collapsed onto a tarpaulin and tucked into my supply of dried fruit for some much needed energy.