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After three nights on Phi Phi Don Island, Gary, Henry and I caught the one daily boat service to the mainland - to the Krabi Coast. Dragging our twenty something kilograms, in thirty something degree’s, across two foot wide, shaky little boat ramps now becoming way of life. We gladly cast aside our bags up-deck and settled down in some air …
... her modest clothing and as there was no rental service we walked on. No one stopped us and no one complained. The steps up to the viewpoint are steep, and in parts leaning away from the mountain side. Emma did well but i got the whirlies, wussed out and descended. A shame, I hate being defeated like that. Theres a walking trail leading to several caves, some are sleeping areas for the monks and some are shrines. Many of the trees have coloured cloth wrapped around them ...
... right down to the "Weeespek mai autorwitieeeeee" screachiness Not even that bad considering his guitar is not tuned the same as either the backing music or his voice....and the backing music seems to keep foing out of time with him. Damned inconsiderate Last bar showing the United Chelsea match. We make it til 64th minute and then go to pack for the morning I'm going to miss Koh Lanta, the foods been amazing, the ...
... time I had the whole front deck to myself. I guess nowhere else shows the huge growth in Thailand's tourist industry more than here - over 10%25 a year even during the downturn. The little street that we stayed on last time has turned into a bustling thoroughfare crowded with hotels, bars, shops and tour agencies, and the beach is so full of people and longboats it's really not worth being on. Even Railey beach, the supposed 'quiet' beach looked absolutely crammed. Hopefully ...
Got up Hayley still feeling ill so we booked a half day trip She came and felt better went to monkey island and saw no monkeys at all!! Then went to bamboo island and kayaked to shore was beautiful! Then did snorkelling and nearly drowned but saw so many tropical fish!! Then had some fruit and had a massive group photo with everyone else on the boat and watched the sunset Went out and got drunk again so much quieter as everyone has left phi phi to go to koh pang yang for New ...
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The rooms were nice and the service was spectacular! My favourite would be the big bar with a pool table and a live band downstairs! Will definitely go back again.
After 22 long, seemingly endless hours of flying I was anxious to get to Krabi and begin my first vacation in over a year. I picked the Pavillion Queen's Bay, not really knowing Krabi or which hotel to choose. I definitely made the right choice.
I stayed in Pavilion Queen's Bay over the New Year period in 2006. When I first got into Ao Nang, I was a little worried about the very very toursity beach strip that is similar to tacky beach holiday packages. Once I arrived at the resort I was relieved to find that the it is located a little off the main tourist strip on a hill with stunning views of both the surrounding tropical jungles as well as the sea. The decor is in perfect harmony with the hotel's tranquile surroundings. My first impression was that this hotel was perfect for a relaxing holiday.
Nice, quiet hotel away from the beach
if you're looking for a beach front resort, this is NOT the place you want. pavilion is located on a hill and is a fair distance from the sand. it's a dark road down the hill to the shops along Ao Nang beach.
but the rooms are clean and big. a huge bathroom, nice balcony with a swing and seating area, and thai day bed in your room. view of the sea a distance out, but you'll probably be looking at some construction work going on.
nice, but small pool. helpful staff, good breakfasts. great for a relaxing holiday
main grouse : the wooden floors are squeaky, you can hear your neighbour upstairs walking around
The only place fit for a movie star in Ao Nang!
I was worried that Krabi was going to be a dead town, like I've been told, even 9 months after the Tsunami. So imagine my surprise when I got to Pavilion Queen's Bay, stepped out of the car and the first person I saw was Christian Bale! Turns out he was shooting a movie in Krabi and was staying here, that gave me a really good first impression of the place. Love the 3-level swimming pool and the swinging bed on your private balcony! The room was very nice, huge bathroom, and lots of gorgeous Thai silk in the decor. Tried the Spa and that was very glamorously decorated too. By far the classiest looking place in Ao Nang, Krabi!
What a disappointment! This hotel was definitely not a four or five star hotel! First of all, the management was horrible. They were actually sleeping on the job since there were almost no guests at the hotel.
Sorry to be negative, but for us - this was a huge disappointment. We looked for a pampering hotel, right on the beach, with direct access, as well as proximity to restaurants and shops.
Arrived the middle of feb 05, and weren't sure what to expect because of the Tsunami. Fortunately the resort received minimal damage and things were pretty much back to normal, with the exception of fewer tourists.
We stayed in Pavilion Queen's Bay in January 2004 and can really recommend it. The hotel is beautifully refurbished in Lana Thai style. The staff is very friendly and the athmosphere of the hotel is nice and quiet. All the rooms have a large balcony with seaview. Breakfast is served on top of the hotel (seaview) and the best we had in Thailand. The hotel guest are mostly people who want to relax. The hotel reaches the four standard and even five. The downside is in our opinion that the location of the little town Aonang where the hotel is situated is already spoiled by tourism. Too many tourists destroyed the beach, the coral reefs and Thai hospitality. The best is to stay in the hotel and ignore the village. Therefore we unfortunally will not return. But if you intend to visit Aonang / Krabi, definitely stay in Pavilion Queen's Bay.