The Aspasia Phuket

1/3 Laem Sai Road 1/3, Kata Beach, Kata Beach, Phuket, 83100, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1/3 Laem Sai Road 1/3, Kata Beach, Kata Beach, is near Surin beach, Paradise beach, Ya Nui beach, and Charter Yachts Phuket.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Aspasia Phuket Kata Beach

    Reviewed by nikib

    Wow! Check it out

    Reviewed Dec 4, 2012
    by (9 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

    I can't comment on the rooms at The Aspasia as when we arrived we were told we had been upgraded - we were now staying next door at The Accenta. However, I can comment on the staff, the service and the dining experience. Breakfast every day was delicious with many choices - there was always a soup, noodle dish and rice dish (the noodle and rice dishes were vegetarian which was great for us). There was toast, pastries, cheese and lovely fresh fruit to choose from. The waiters were attentive and within a couple of days, my black coffee with a cup of hot water was always sitting on my table when I returned from choosing from the breakfast buffet. Service from the Reception Desk was always friendly and very helpful. One tip - book your taxi thru the Receptionist at the Hotel as it is much cheaper than getting a taxi from the taxi stands in the street. Rooms were serviced daily with complimentary bottles of water. Even though we didn't stay at The Aspasia I asked to see the room and it was exactly as the photo on the website, so we would not have been disappointed. I highly recommend this Hotel for the location (overlooking Kata Beach), the quietness of the area and the easy access to activities. Kata Beach is spread out so there's a bit to see and taxi rides are quite cheap - they are not metered and you check the price before you start. Everyone at The Aspasia is to be commended for their friendly helpful caring attitude. Enjoy!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Aspasia Phuket Kata Beach

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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