Patong Lodge Hotel

Address: 284/1 Prabaramee Road, Patong, Phuket, 83150, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 284/1 Prabaramee Road, Patong, is near Freedom Beach, Mai Khao Beach, Butterfly Garden & Insectarium, and Nicky's Handlebar Harley Tour.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPatong Lodge Hotel

    Reviewed by sandeephk


    Reviewed Dec 25, 2010
    by (7 reviews) Derby , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    My stay at Patong Lodge Hotel was horrific! I hated it so much!! Oh my goddd!! The staff we so awfully RUDE, the only one who had a genuine smile was the dude at the front on concierge, Abdul.

    When i lost my phone, help wasn't on their agenda, they just wanted to get rid of me as quick as possible. When i asked basic question, they speak in Thai, and i'm thinking really, do you think i understand! Facilities were ok-ish. Room's were bareable. Breakfast was standard.

    When asked ow long it would take to et to Koh Samui, staff reasured me it would take around 5 hours, which i knew was rubbish after all the research i did!! OH I HATE IT!!

    I feel for people who have to go and stay there!!

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    Travel Blogs from Patong

    Research, relax, revive and rejuvinate

    A travel blog entry by tmarts on Aug 16, 2015

    2 photos

    Well -the alarm went off at 6.30 - however the runner didn't arise- so I went back to sleep! Result was a slow start - then breakfast- stroll along the beach and picked up brochures on possible tours over the next few days. Then back to the pool - swim and read. Then a massage - specifically asked for NOT Thai as had one on previous visit and it was torture! - this one was perfect - may have to have one every day.- So as you can imagine -all ...

    Phuket again.

    A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea on Mar 09, 2015

    29 photos

    ... to the beach while they went to buy them and get them delivered. The water had big waves today and it was real fun. Temperatures are getting extremely high these days so we spent most of the afternoon in the water also when B&M arrived. We stayed there till about 5 when we went back to prepare to go for dinner with French friends Annie and Didier (a radiologist) of B&M in Patong. The son of these friends was director in a 5 star hotel there called B Lay Tong ...

    Food, fights, feminist turmoil

    A travel blog entry by lost_with_lisa on Oct 25, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... people that have become friends. On the other hand, very nerve wrecking, as well, as they are really fighting! There was also a pretty great buffet, a DJ, and since it was Halloween there was a performance with staff dressed up dancing and in full costume and make up. We all had a really great night and decided around midnight to carry on to Patong. I have heard many stories of crazy nights in Patong and very early ...

    Phuket - The Big Island Tour!!!

    A travel blog entry by teresa6514 on Aug 11, 2014

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    Andaman Sea and Phang Nga Bay

    A travel blog entry by specialmk on Feb 25, 2014

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