I stayed here for 2 nights of 3 night trip to Phi Phi after checking out early from Phuphaya Seaview Resort: I literally got off a boat and asked if there was rooms, I took the first room that was on offer to be honest after the previous hotel I would have slept in the jungle.
The hotel is on Long Beach which is mainly accessible by Long Boat, it costs 100B per person from the pier. At night time some boatmen will try to charge you anything from 500B-1000B to get back, we just declined and found someone who would take us for less. You will pay more to go back at night time the most we paid was 150B per person.
Long Beach is a lot more relaxed than the area around Tonsai during the day it can get kinda hectic with the boats coming ashore, once or twice I was convinced they were about to hit people in the water. The water gets deep very quickly and the tide can be pretty rough at times to if you do have kids there make sure to keep your eye on them
The rooms were basic and clean, there was some ants in one of the sideboards but after 10days in Thailand anything smaller than the size of my hand didn’t bother me anymore, the bed was comfy. During the day the electricity would switch off for 1minute and then come back on (I assume they switch to a generator or something)
The rooms are cleaned daily and towels changed daily
There is no wifi in the resort
I only encountered the old man and the lady at reception, the lady was certainly no nonsense and I dint think was willing to go the extra mile. Read my review of Phuphaya Seaview Resort: to see a proper bad experience, so after that I found her to be a delight
There is no restaurant however the resort next door has both a restaurant and wifi and long boats, so if I was to stay anywhere it would be there or one of the other resorts on Long Beach. Not that there was anything wrong with my stay at Sky Blue but I just feel there is more available in the other resorts
It is an ok basic resort, if you are pre-booking your resort I would advise you to book elsewhere on Long Beach as there are probably better resorts for the same price I think we paid about €50 a night. If you’re just turning up and getting digs, believe me you could do a lot worse . . . a LOT worse
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