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Reviewed November 19, 2013

We went to Phi Phi for 3 nights as a mini-break away from Phuket. It is a beautiful place and I would highly recommend going. In fact, I wish we had stayed for longer... Here are some points to consider when deciding whether or not to book a room at P P Palm Tree Resort:

- It's in a great location if you want to be in the middle of things. It's only 5 mins from the boat jetty, all the shops and bars and a beautiful beach is just up the road.
- Although the hotel is in the thick of it, it's still quiet at night as they have strict rules about having no visitors to the hotel after 22.00.
- They only issue you with one key on check-in, unless you specify that you need two. Make sure you ask for two if you want to keep the aircon on, or put things on charge while you're not in the room (as we did), because the card also connects the power in the room. It wasn't a major problem, but inconvenient. Better to have two keys.
- Breakfast was the usual buffet style, and there was an egg station for freshly made eggs, omelettes etc. There can be a lack of tables at busy times, one morning we had to wait before we could be seated. But overall, the breakfast is good.
- It's a non-smoking hotel, which was fine for us as neither of us smoke, but if you do it's a no smoking hotel so that's worth bearing in mind.
- There's free wifi.
- There's a fridge in the room with free tea, coffee and water, but no mini-bar.
- There are limited sunbeds by the pool, so be quick or you'll miss out, although the pool itself is nice, with massage jets at one end. However, there is a pool swim-up bar that wasn't in use while we were there and seems like it hasn't been used for a while. In fact, there is no bar at the hotel at all.
- If you are checking out at 11.00, but not catching the ferry until later, you are allowed to leave your luggage in a storage room there. There are also showers by the pool if you want to freshen up before heading to the ferry.
- There is a TV in the room, but no satellite channels and no USB connectivity if you normally use that.
- The beds are a little on the hard side, but I guess that's down to personal preference.
- The rooms are clean, although a little on the small side, and the bathrooms are slightly dated, but pretty standard for Thailand.

Overall, we had a lovely stay at P P Palm Tree Resort. We would stay there again, but there are a few things they could tweak to make it better.

Date of stay: November 2013
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Stu H
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Reviewed November 17, 2013

Good location right in the centre, is a little bit expensive for what you get thought. We stayed for 5 nights, 2 nights in a room by the pool which was great. We then stayed in a standard room on the second floor and our view from the balcony was a wall with a "view" painted on it which was ridiculous! Was a bit loud then as it was near the cleaners station so you could hear the radios at 8am first thing. The staff were not as friendly as most people we encountered on our trip to Thailand. One thing that annoyed me was when we checked out they couldn't find one of the small towels in our room, not sure where it went but they charged us for it which after paying for 5 nights in total I thought it was in bad taste by them. I would probably stay elsewhere next time but it wasn't bad if you are looking for somewhere central.

Room tip: choose a room by the pool
Date of stay: November 2013
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1  Thank gerryberrylfc
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Reviewed November 12, 2013

It's quite expensive, but this hotel is in a great location right in the centre of things. We were lucky to get a room on the third floor facing into the inner courtyard. This meant the room was surprisingly quiet for its location.
The room was nice and clean and the pool was lovely and relaxing. We also found the staff very friendly, despite some of the other reviews on here.

Room tip: Ask for a room on the top floor facing into the inner courtyard / pool. You should then get a quiet night's sleep!
Date of stay: November 2013
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1  Thank Kate L
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Reviewed November 11, 2013

This hotel is so close to the Tonsai pier, that you don't need to pay anybody for carrying your luggage. Just walk couple of minutes forward and the hotel is there.

Location is good, right between the tho two bays, Tonsai and Dalum. There are not noisy discos downstairs, althought the village is so tiny, that they can be heard, but not disturbing.

The room was average, small, but with a balcony towards pool. Pool is okay, did'nt needed it as there were such a great beaches nearby.

The room includes coffee and tea making goods, satelite tv with free movie channels (I saw pretty many horror movies as it was close to Halloween...)

Good thst the beach towels are free and you can get a new and fresh one every morning.

The highlight of the breakfast was a omelette chef.

Hotel visitors can use the.Bayan villas gym with no extra gharge. The gym is two minutes away from the hotel, and was nothing like normal hotel gyms. There was everything what I normally need, a good selection of free weights. A big spacius building with a view to the bay. They even made a protein-shake after training (100 baht)

Date of stay: October 2013
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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Thank Rolling2000
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Reviewed November 11, 2013

Where to start.... Check in staff had no enthusiasm what so ever. Hotel has loads of charging rules; if you loose key card £10 charge, lost towel charge all fair enough. However they have a charge of 10,000 Thai Baht if unregistered guests are in the hotel after 10pm. Went to a moon party on beach, when back at hotel the security agent refused to let us through to our room. Demanded us to write down our names against his list after debating that we were residents he eventually let us past. However half hour later when asleep banging on the door, I open it and he pushes past; checks all the cupboards, the shower and demands us to prove who we are even tho he had a list with our names on, along with scanned copies of passports. Was so angry that I found it very hard to sleep. Wouldn't feel comfortable complaining to the hotel direct.

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1  Thank Ashsfinal
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