Phuket Airport Hotel Experience Stay – A Thailand Blog

As most of you probably saw on my Instagram, I recently traveled to Thailand and in one word the country was BREATH-TAKING!

The trip was so inspiring, and I didn’t want it to end…  I’m still reflecting over the trip as I have had such a fun time of understanding the beauty of a culture and breathtaking perception on people and Islands.

An overview of Phuket from the air. Just how beautiful it looks from above. I had such a fun time going through my photos from the trip. I realized, this trip was unforgettable. I had been planing on my holiday for months and, …… before I knew it, I was packed and all set to go!

Airplane mode

The flight view
The above view of beautiful Phuket
Getting some inspiration!

Today I’m sharing some of my favorite Thailand memories with all of you and hope that it makes you feel like you were traveling right along with me. Thailand is a Southeast Asian country. It’s known for tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha. When travelers to Thailand talk about sea, sun and sand, Phuket is often the first place that comes to mind. But, let’s have a look at Phuket Town first.

Phuket Town Stall
Phuket City
Phuket Town

Phuket Town is at first sight is an unappealing rag-tag collection of modern and semi-modern architecture, Sino-colonial houses and shops and shopping centers. But in its back roads (Thalang, Dibuk, Krabi) you’ll find an eclectic bunch of refurbished restaurants, bars and Chinese houses dating back to Phuket’s tin-mining ‘golden age’ that are well worth exploring and ‘discovering’. I loved it!

I stayed in Phuket Airport Hotel that was nearby Phuket Airport. On the first day of arrival, I wanted to explore the small town before leaving for my island tour. The place is a very comfortable, it is rated as a 3-star hotel (but for me it’s 5 star!) and it’s one of the closest hotels near Phuket Airport. Even though it is closer to the airport, the hotel gives you a peaceful haven-like feeling to rest your mind & feet. The hotel is perfect for transit passengers, layovers or a short stay in Phuket. The worker are super friendly! They are helpful and defo easy to communicate with.

Elephant statue
You will be welcomed by a stone-made elephant statue (which is adorable) at the entrance of the hotel.
The swimming pool arena

This is the swimming pool area, there’s benches around the pool so you may sit and relax or even read a book. The place is structured in an outstanding concept that as you walk into the hotel, the swimming pool is right in the middle and surrounding the pool is where one has their room. So, imagine waking up with a pool right in front of you.

The clean and comfortable sheets
breakfast table
Yummilicious breakfast

A big breakfast well served! The folks who works there do welcome you with open arms and the friendliest personal service, trust me. This I speak based on experience, if there is anyone one of you who is planning on a travel to Phuket, this place is affordable and filled with friendly people around you – Not to mentioned relaxing as well!

ALSO the hotel provides complimentary of 24 hours free fresh bean coffee, tea and fruit juices refreshment!

I want to share with you a traditional Thai pancake called Roti (row-tee). It really reminds me more of a crepe though. The finished Roti is topped with sugar or sweet condensed milk (in my case I requested for chocolate and peanut) which is cut into bite-sized pieces. As you can see, the paper is grease-soaked. It is definitely not a healthy snack. But then again, it’s dessert and a great occasional treat.



In short, I thoroughly enjoyed my stay here. After all this and more, the best thing about this hotel trip was learning how kind and helpful the Thai people are. They smile at you, they bow down doing Namastey (saa-waa-dee-ka meaning hello) and they go out of their way to help tourists. This is something that I loved the most.

Thank you for the love, Phuket Airport hotel. This hotel can be found in Next, let’s unravel the Islands of Thailand.

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