Tri Trang Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTri Trang Beach Resort Patong
Tri Trang Beach Resort is worth a visit again. If I would go back to Phuket, i will stay in here again. It is a big property with separate buildings and it has its own private beach. The sand is fine and the restaurant is beside the beach. I love the location of the restaurant, however, it is not near the room where I stayed so I always need to walk for 500 meters and take the elevator to go there. The resort has 3 swimming pools and it is never crowded too. Mostly, the guest in this hotel are Europeans. The room is comfortable and and the comfort room is big. It has a balcony adjoining each room. The only thing I don't like in this resort is you need to take a Tuk Tuk or Taxi for 250 Baht for one way to go to central Patong. The food in this place is also quite costly. However, despite this, I would still recommend staying in this property especially if you are someone who loves privacy.
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