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A 3.5-kilometre-long stretch that runs along Phuket's west coast, Patong Beach is internationally famous for its hedonistic party scene. Patong's main drag, Bangla Road, is a lively row of bars, nightclubs, and massage parlours. Needless to say, the neighbourhood has hundreds of lodging options, ready for the year-round arrival of party animals, divers, and beach bums. Accommodations range from cheap and cheerful guesthouses to sprawling 5-star resorts with a few lagoon-style pools. Room rates shoot up from December to March, when tourist crowds are at their peak. Hotels are much cheaper from May to September, but bear in mind that these are rainy months.

What are the Top Hotels in Patong

Patong's top hotels all offer Wi-Fi, area shuttles, and children's club activities for free. You can book an ocean-facing room or suite at Amari Phuket, a beachfront hotel with 3 outdoor pools and 2 restaurants. There's also a spa and a gym. The rooms and villas at Holiday Inn Resort Phuket are polished and spacious, and some have direct pool access. Facilities include 4 restaurants, 4 outdoor pools, and a spa. Meanwhile, Phuket Graceland Resort and Spa offers airy rooms and suites with balconies. This beachfront property has 4 restaurants, 3 outdoor pools, and 2 poolside bars.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Patong?

Resorts, hotels, and guesthouses are scattered all throughout Patong. Tourists who want to be as close to the beach as possible can choose from the accommodations along Thawewong Road. This long street is also known as Beach Road, since it runs parallel to the seashore. There are several lodging options on Soi Sansabai, where you'll be near the many nightlife and entertainment venues along the famed Bangla Road. Jungceylon Shopping Centre is just a quick stroll away. Farther away from the beach, you'll find a number of inexpensive, no-frills hostels and guesthouses on Nanai Road.

What are Hotels like in Patong?

If you're travelling on a budget, it's worth combing through the plethora of affordable accommodations in Patong. Even the cheapest guesthouses provide comfortable private rooms around 18 to 25 square metres in size, and while free Wi-Fi is pretty standard, some also throw in free airport shuttles. Mid-range options normally have restaurants and outdoor pools. Some offer laid-back apartments with living rooms, dining rooms, and kitchens. Patong's high-end resorts feature multiple dining options, and oftentimes, more than 1 outdoor pool. They typically have spas and fitness centres. Their sophisticated rooms, which measure 35 square metres on average, come with balconies where you can sit and enjoy pool, mountain, or city views.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Patong?

No matter how much you're willing to spend on lodging in Patong, you're likely to find a hotel that fits your needs. There are private rooms as cheap as S$15 a night, and they come with free airport transfers. Generally, you can allot S$25 to S$55 per night for laid-back guesthouses and hotels, or S$120 to S$230 for upmarket venues, including apartments. The most expensive digs in Patong go for S$400 to S$450 a night, but other 5-star properties cost between S$180 and S$240. Keep an eye out for Hotels.com special deals so you can save on your Patong Beach accommodations.

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