Bel Aire Resort Phuket

Address: 59/1-3 Sainamyen Road, Patong, Phuket, 83150, Thailand | 2 star resort
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This 2 star resort, located on 59/1-3 Sainamyen Road, Patong, is near Phuket Zoo, River Rovers, Surin beach, and Paradise beach.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBel Aire Resort Phuket Patong

      Reviewed by the.tripper

      My very first overseas accommodation!

      Reviewed Nov 15, 2007
      by (1 review) Singapore , Singapore Flag of Singapore

      Room was spacious, decor was very Thai indeed yet nice and pleasing! Housekeeping attendant was attentive and cleant up all our mess from the night before! The small pool cum jacuzzi at the rooftop was a hidden gem, nobody seems to know about it as we seem to be the only one up there everytime!

      Location wise, it's still not too far from Bangla Road or the beach.. probably about 5 to 10 min walk, rent a bike & everywhere would be near! Would definitely recommend this to other travellers! Great place for great value!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Bel Aire Resort Phuket Patong

      3.00 of 5 stars Good

      Travel Blogs from Patong

      Culture shock.. Gym culture shock, that is

      A travel blog entry by lost_with_lisa on Oct 06, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... the highlights. So signed up for the Big Buddha Run tomorrow. He says this is a highlight as it is such a beautiful view and experience once you reach the top. Getting there is what I'm worried about. It is 5k up a steep hill! As a text I got this morning said, "go big or go home"- well in a more crude and mocking way that only Kent is capable of! ;) So I think this about sums it up as a start to this camp. The trainer assured me walking it is difficult enough ...

      Simply Amazing Phi Phi Sea!

      A travel blog entry by robyn.a.agnew on Apr 07, 2014

      18 photos

      ... hills, windy stick pathways and trees hitting you in the face! On the way I (Robyn) couldn't resist but to book in with a local diving company to do another 3 dives which would of been a first since my course before Christmas! The dive was incredible and I wish the others were able to have joined me. I saw a vast amount of tropical fish, gorgeous coral and large reefs, a newly sunken gun ship wreckage and even a Leopard Shark! The others enjoyed a lie in and ...

      The Island of Phi Phi

      A travel blog entry by carlandariane on Dec 27, 2013

      5 photos

      ... paid we made our way back to the hostel and set our alarms straight away for 4.30am.

      Getting up at 4.30 in the middle of 16 other people was a little nerve racking we werent sure whether the others were going to wake up in a moan when our alarms go off but thankfully they didnt even if our alarm did go off 3-4 times! Leaving the hostel at 4.45 the streets were still dark and music was still blaring from a near by clubs. There were drunk tourists walking around ...


      A travel blog entry by mark1979 on Nov 30, 2013

      12 photos

      ... it up before strolling back to the hotel along the beach. Quite a few people were already pegged out recovering from the night before. It was still scorching hot and not one spare sunbed around our pool which was disappointing because the views are so lovely. We picked a couple of towels up and headed back to the beach searching for shade. We'd just put our towels down when all went dark and ...

      I need to go Phi Phi!

      A travel blog entry by tomgreen on Oct 17, 2013

      ... After a lie in, me and a friend went for a walk up to the two view points at the highest points if the island. The first is ok, but the second is breathtaking, allowing you to see both the north and south bays of the island. This makes you realise how small and low-lying the island is, adding further significance to the several Tsunami Evacuation signs positioned over the island. In the afternoon I ...