Sugar Marina Resort - ART

Address: 542/1 Patak Road, Karon, Phuket, 83100, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 542/1 Patak Road, Karon, is near Simon Cabaret, Sunrise Diving, Surin beach, and Paradise beach.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSugar Marina Resort - ART Karon

      Reviewed by chrismcg

      good hotel, good price

      Reviewed Jun 5, 2012
      by (30 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      We were quite happy with our hotel room. Linen was clean and room was serviced every day. Good pool, it could do with steps into the pool.
      We didn't realise that the airport transfer provided was not complimentary (as all other hotels we have used with this ticked have been free). Most of the staff friendly and helpful. The male chef could have been friendlier. Cleaning staff very pleasant. Travel clerk also very helpful. Hotel is in good area and short walk to beach.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Sugar Marina Resort - ART Karon

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Karon

      Day 7 - Shopping & drinking

      A travel blog entry by insp2dream on Mar 17, 2014

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      ... tuk today (now our favoured form of transport because of the awesome airflow in the back) and we headed down to Karon Beach, supposed to be the nicest beach and with great shopping. Mmmm not impressed at all to be quite honest. We went into the Karon Bazaar on the beachfront and most of the store holders were quite rude and abrupt, preferring to spend time watching videos on their phones. Those that wanted to make a sale were quite pushy ...

      Trouble in Paradise

      A travel blog entry by nathanandclare on Dec 25, 2013

      29 photos

      ... beds and a parasols for the very reasonable price of £4 for the whole day, and the little Mr Man even comes round and brushes the sand off for you every now and then. We spent the day again playing in the sea (this mainly involves me hanging off Nath like a koala bear) and reading in the shade, which I have become very inclined to do in my old age. My only problem with that day was the jelly fish. I do like jellyfish, but only in aquariums or on wildlife programmes, I ...

      Day 4 - The Hangover

      A travel blog entry by ashcol64 on Jul 19, 2013

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      ... were a late cancellation on the island hopping trip as a result of Trace not having enough beauty sleep. As the day wore on, I wore out with every movement a painful one. Not even the usual dosage of junk food could cure the hangover from hell. As the bell rang for the afternoon Singha session I felt the only way to beat the hangover was to climb straight back on the bike and start again. A ...

      What? No Shopping?

      A travel blog entry by cads on Mar 29, 2013

      11 photos

      ... and mask and came out with Carl. The beautiful fish from first getting into the water encouraged him further and he just kept going and did really well. Even tried without the jacket but because there were no flippers to fit him he got tired quickly and kept getting water in his snorkel. This could also be because he couldn't shut up from telling you about every fish he saw. Sian is just off on her own if she can and loves every minute.

      Back on the ...

      "Lady, you wan' ping pong?"

      A travel blog entry by roisin.obyrne on Jan 13, 2013

      9 photos

      ... arcades and traditional Thai shops, yet we found the main attraction seemed to be local markets served up decaying fish. We quickly took refuge an hour away in Pattong, in the huge shopping centre, feasting on ethical cuisine (i.e. McDonalds).

      Nightlife was also concentrated in Pattong, in particular, the infamous Bangla Road. It's a road that wouldn't look out of place in Magaluf, with the countless bars and clubs lining the roadsides illuminated by flashing neon ...