Outrigger Phi Phi Island Resort And Spa

Address: 49 Moo 8, Ko Phi Phi Don, 81000, Thailand | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on 49 Moo 8, Ko Phi Phi Don, is near Koh Pai, Tup Island, Hat Noppharat Beach, and Ao Phra Nang.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsOutrigger Phi Phi Island Resort And Spa Ko Phi Phi Don

          Reviewed by beckyboo80


          Reviewed Dec 20, 2012
          by (5 reviews) York , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom


          Our view from our room
          Phi Phi Don, Thailand
          Me chilling with a Thai beer singha
          Phi Phi Don, Thailand
          Our view from our room
          Phi Phi Don, Thailand

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

          Historical Traveler Reviews Outrigger Phi Phi Island Resort And Spa Ko Phi Phi Don

          5 star without the tackiness!


          My partner and I stayed there last year for three nights, this was way to short a stay. it was better than anywhere else we stayed in thailand by far. The staff were unbelievably friendly and food out of this world!! the infinity pool and pool bar were faultless. one of the best parts was being able to rent our own speed boat from the beach and travelling to all the best snorkelling spots where the driver would say "ok - jump off!" and what was under the water was magnificent! The only slightly negative thing was the price of the spa treatments, these seemed even more expensive than in Australia. but still, who can complain when the outlook from the spa window was the gorgeous ocean and palm trees!


          An island within an island


          We stayed for 4 nights, and can't say anything bad about the place. We had a 17 month old baby with us and while we ate dinner or lunch or breakfast the waiters wanted to play with her, leaving us to enjoy the food and relax. Everyone was fantastic with the baby! They told me that next year they will have a kids club.

          The view was fantastic, the pool amazing, and the pinacoladas even better. You get you own private bungaloo; we had a deluxe in the second row from the beach, which had plenty of space and a terrace to sit and relax on.

          You might find yourself a bit isolated after a couple of days, but if you are looking to relax and take it easy stay here. But if you are looking for activities it is easy to hire a longtail and go snorkelling to different islands, and the boat drivers were great fun.

          The longtail boats that are for hire can bring you to Ton Sai if you need to get away, or you can walk, but with the baby and the humidity we opted for the longtail. The beach was beautiful to walk on at night, and the sound of the small waves takes you mind to relaxed, happy thinking. We met some great people who were staying there as well and ended up dining with them.

          Service is first rate is what the guides say and I can only agree with that!!



          Stayed in a deluxe bungalow. Sadly, there were only 20 bungalows occupied. The beachfront studio is EXACTLY the same as the deluxe. The superior is smaller, however. The villas are two story with a private pool and check in on their own hill (there are four of them). The reason I know this is because Chao, the general manager gave me a private tour of the hotel.

          This hotel is an oasis and pure paradise. Their pool was so majestic and wonderful, it made you not want to use the ocean. Honestly, we were a little nervous about staying at Phi Phi Island because of the post tsunami damage but we saw very little. We already knew this hotel was not affected at all.

          The bungalows are really cool. They all have unique qualities to them. A long entry way and stairs lead up to your room. The room has a couple of seats and a king bed (at least 126 did). I also suggest staying somewhere around 126 as you are a little closer to the pool. The bathroom is seperated by a toilet with door and then the sink area is in a peninsula exposed to the room. To the left of the sink is the shower.

          I would recommend this hotel with someone that you feel really comfortable with as bathroom (shower, shaving, brushing teeth) is not that private. The shower is large with a non-adjustable rain shower type of head.

          Their activities desk was great. We went snorkeling and had our own private speedboat. It was the best snorkeling I have ever done. Having a speedboat took us to a couple of destinations that the longtail boat would not allow. Also, we were able to see Maya Bay.

          Unfortunately, the people who I traveled with in a next-door bungalow made the stay difficult but all in all, I had an enjoyable time. That is also the reason that I am not able to post pictures as they were the ones in possession of the camera. This hotel certainly does not dissapoint. I highly recommend staying here!

          Paradise- all around


          We stayed there for 4 nights for our honeymoon. It was at a discounted rate of $150 for beachfront bungalow.

          The grounds are very big, it has its own private long beach with great sand and shalow water.

          The bungalow was great, well kept, clean, had its own balcony and its semi-attached outdoor-covered lounge area.

          The service was great and people were so nice.

          Pool was amazing, big, with in water bar, and lounge service. great.

          The spa was amazing on the hill, but expensive...approx $40 for 1 hour massage.

          Food was great.

          May day trips available.

          We heard that it is generally more expensive than what we paid.

          You can only really get here by boat from Tonsai Bay (20minutes)--you can walk, but its far.


          This resort defines paradise


          I cannot say enough about how wonderful my experience was at the Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort and Spa. In every detail, it truly is what I dream of when I dream of paradise. Getting there is not easy, but I'm thankful that's the case because it contributes to the unspoiled nature of the resort and island. After flying to Phuket, it's a 45-minute van ride to the ferry, a 2 1/2 hour ferry ride to Koh Phi Phi Don Island, and a 30-minute ride on the resort's long-tail boat around the island to the resort itself (there are no roads on the island, so the long tails are the only mode of transportation from place to place). The transportation is unglamorous and does not signal the luxury and pampering that await you at the resort. The moment you step off the long tail (and wade through the water), you are handed a cold washcloth and a frozen pina colada while you sit on the porch overlooking the ocean. Flowers are floating in large bowls everywhere, and the Thai hospitality is unparalleled. Everyone greets you by name, fresh flowers are placed in unexpected places (including all over your guest room, a beautiful bungalow), the food at the restaurant is SUPERB (and prepared to my specifications, even when I diverged from the offerings on the menu), the pool is incredible (and features a swim-up bar, a vanishing edge, and a waterslide!), and everyone is waiting to pamper and serve you and treat you like royalty. The spa is a magical place where you are pampered in a beautiful room or your own small house with soft music playing. During my appointment for a facial, I was given a massage and had my hair brushed...it was so much more than a facial! I truly, completely relaxed for four days here, and also experienced the underworld of the Andaman Sea during a sea kayaking and snorkeling adventure. The one annoyance was the abundance of very hungry mosquitos, especially at night. Bring very, very strong bug spray and wear it all the time! I am from the U.S. and don't even get bitten by mosquitos in my own country, but my mosquito bites in Thailand were incredibly swollen and itchy, and are to be avoided at all costs!

          At night, it's so much fun to hang out at one of the resort's many bars drinking fun frozen concoctions out of young coconuts with Sara and Nelo, the general managers (they are wonderful) and the other guests. People come from all over the world and just enjoy being in paradise.

          I was nervous about traveling to this area post-Tsunami, but I cannot recommend it highly enough. The local people need the business that we can give them as tourists, and they are desperate for their home and their lives to return to normal. The resort itself was virtually untouched by the Tsunami. The town where the ferry comes in was hit pretty hard, and there are piles of debris and a lot of rebuilding going on, but it is not scary or gruesome or to be avoided. In fact, it's the opposite - it's heartwarming to see the community and people rebuilding their lives, and it's special to feel a part of that rebuilding even if it's just by purchasing a shell necklace from a street vendor or ordering Pad Thai at a local restaurant. If you are inclined to help out post-Tsunami, you can meet in town (a 30-minute long-tail boat ride from the resort) to see if there is construction or other rebuilding that you can do (construction is the main project that volunteers are needed for right now).

          One more thing...the resort was practically empty, since the Tsunami was not long ago. At first, I wasn't sure if I felt comfortable with how empty it is, but I eventually realized that the fact that it's so empty means that the service is extra special. Now is definitely the time to go - the rates are very low and the service is personalized and spectacular!

          Most beautiful place I've ever been to


          Just returned from our honeymoon in Thailand. We spent two nights at Phi Phi Island Village and it was absolute paradise! It's a beautiful resort isolated from other hotels and towns. Right from the start, they take care of you, as you are greeted with a welcome drink. The bungalows are very clean, nicely adorned, and definitely make you feel like you are in a pampering tropical resort. The beach and pool are both beautiful! The food is good. There is a gift shop, safe deposit boxes, and internet access near the front desk. We took advantage of their spa, and it was amazing! We were a bit sunburned, so we tried the cucumber and aloe wrap before our massage. It was sooo soothing! Overall, this is the most beautiful place we've ever stayed. We will definitely stay here again if we return to Thailand.

          Chilled out island paradise


          We spent a week on Ko Phi Phi Island Village in December 2003 - although we don't normally "do" resorts, we found it a perfect spot to chill out - and plenty to do both within the resort and on organised trips. A day trip to explore Maya Bay (location for The Beach) was well worth it.

          Diving was good, and well organised from the dive shop on site - although the water was a bit murky for snorkelling. The staff made a real effort to look after us - one of the highlights was a morning's Thai cookery course - the resulting meal was then served as lunch. I could get used to having the Thai chef prepare everything in advance so that all I had to do was combine alll the ingredients. Food and cocktails were excellent throughout - the restaurant often arranged theme nights. The rooms were spacious and airy, with local coconut products in the shower room. Trips to the beautiful spa and the indulgence of their treatments helped us get even more relaxed.

          For our final night, we booked dinner on our terrace and found it transformed with drapes into a private, oil lamp lit restaurant where we battled with the wind to enjoy one last meal by starlight.

          Paradise getaway


          I visited Phi Phi Island last year. They just completed the renovation of the entire property. The room we stayed was perfect. It was very roomy, clean, and very comfy. The beach was beautiful because Phi Phi Island has its own private beach. The water is so clear you can see your own feet The staffs were very friendly and helpful in any way. The food was also excellent. Don't forget to try their "seafood samplers".

          I would recommend any of you to check out this resort before you make your decision. You can't go wrong with Phi Phi Island

          The perfect spot in Thailand


          The Phi Phi Island Village Resort is the place to go when looking for something special and romantic. We were in Phuket and hated it, so ventured out and found this gem. We did not want to leave it was great. The service is outstanding, the food is excellent and the cottages are really special. We would go back in a minute. Excellent spa and pool area as well. They are under a bit of construction which ends by Christmas but we did not mind as the place was fantastic.

          Glorious destination in Thailand


          This is a great holiday destination in Thailand .We went at Christmas ,and met our 3 -20+ year old children at the Resort.One Bungalow for them one for us!! This is a wonderful example of Thai service with a smile.Great food,weather,pool,massages,

          and beach at high tide{pool comes into play at low tide}.We stayed in deluxe bungalows-fantastic and all the little extras too.A good idea is to take the Resort speed boat to have more time at this idylic paradise in the sun.It's stunning and we will return.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Outrigger Phi Phi Island Resort And Spa Ko Phi Phi Don

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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          Long Journeys and Longtail Boats

          A travel blog entry by matt_and_rach


          For probably the first time in our trip we headed to our next destination without any idea of where to stay or how to get there and, even more surprisingly, I wasn't panicking about it. We took a tuk tuk to the bus terminal where we found a minibus leaving in the next half an hour for Krabi and jumped on. The journey was quick and easy, though a...

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          Our view from our room
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          Our view from our room
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          Me chilling with a Thai beer singha
          Phi Phi Don, Thailand
          Our view from our room
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          Our view from our room
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          Our view from our room
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          Our bed
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          Phi Phi Don, Thailand