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Which hotel would you guys recommend is better for 3 of us in our early 20's during high season ? Ive been to phuket once and stayed at Banthai Resort but this time on a rough budget.

 

C&N is fine...... and right by the action. Tiger is only a few hundred yards away and looks fine from outside, but never stayed there.

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Tiger Inn is cool...just get a room high up facing Bangla...so not bothered from noise downstairs at bar with live band....not far down from C&N ..easy walk..and nice and cheap great Thai food restaurants...outdoor ones.. where thai people eat...families..not jaked up farlang prices. Just don't eat in restaurant downstairs...as Is pricey, but Ok for nightcap...drink-watch band.

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Never heard anything but good reports about c&n. I stay at the expat normally but that is a bit more pricey. Has a pool etc. c&n has great location. No matter how hammered you get you will still be able to walk home. Never heard any reports about tiger so can't help there.

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C&N is fine and very well located only a 1-2 min. walk from Bangla Rd. a few nice bars and restaurants in the soi as well. Dont know anything about Tiger Inn so cannot comment on that.

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