See why so many travellers make Slowlife Beach their guest house of choice when visiting Nai Yang. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Slowlife Beach offer air conditioning and a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including baggage storage, a convenience store, and currency exchange. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Phuket Airport Suites and Lounge Club 96, which is a pub that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Slowlife Beach as you experience all of the things Nai Yang has to offer.
Close to the airport and beach - quite, cozy. I stayed in a private room and would stay here again. The room was clean, large and quite. Check in was easy. A lot of cute spots right around to eat at, and the beach is close for sunset/walk/hike. I walked from the airport which I appreciated. Recommended!
1. Naiyang Beach is my most favourite beach in Phuket Thailand. Been here 3x and so far, my most favorite place to stay is here! 2. Just only a 15-minute walk from the beach of Naiyang (Phen's Restaurant, Mama Nang's Restaurant and more!) 3. Free coffee and tea, and drinking water at the entrance of the hostel building. 4. The staff are very friendly and nice! My stay was THB450/per night (via booking.com) at their dorm room (good for 4 people) but, it was clean and nice place to sleep. --3rd floor. The toilet and shower are well-clean and comes with body wash and shampoo! It's up to you if you want to use it. 5. The laundry is around THB90/per kilo and they will give you the next day (1 day) but, I walked around the town (near to beach) and,only THB80/per kilo...Though I find more convenient for me for my laundry to be done by the hostel so, I don't need to carry it and bring it to town and send back to hostel again. But, when I was in Patong beach, shocked to know they were offering only THB50/per kilo for wash and dry (no iron) too. 6. The taxi cost from the hostel to airport is THB200 (one-way). 7. All in all, I really had an amazing stay here! and, I think among all the hotels and hostels I already stayed in Naiyang and Naithon beach (10-min drive from Naiyang)...this is my most favorite and will surely stay once again! Highly recommended! P.S. - Phuket Thailand is now very expensive to travel to! From Naiyang Beach to Patong Beach, the taxi cost is THB800 per way (vice versa) and food in Naiyang Beach with drinks (non-alcoholic) and main course --- will cost you THB300 for breakfast, THB300-500 for lunch and THB300-500 for dinner so, everyday, I spent around THB1,000-THB1,300 for food and drinks (non-alcoholic). *THB1,000 is US$32 With high cost of food and transportation in Phuket, this hostel is very reasonable to stay to!…
About 250 meters from the beach, located in a handy little plaza. The rooms are as advertised, my only complaint is the bathroom in A-201 doesn’t seem to have any hooks and the towel rack is missing. Thus, there is nowhere to hang anything up in the bathroom. Also, the window in the bathroom doesn’t have a screen, so the light attracts insects if you have the window open at night. Otherwise, the local French resto and Butsaba Massage that share this plaza have been excellent, and the walk to the beach is not too bad at all. There’s a 7-eleven, bank machines, restaurants, and scooter rentals all within that 250m walk.
I stayed here just for one night. It was perfect since it is located so closely to the airport (I walked for about 20 minutes) and to the beach (5 minutes)! Everything was new and pretty clean, top aircon and free tea/coffee. The only downpoint was that I had to wait in front of the hostel until 8 am before I could check in. But there were sunbeds at least :-)
We stayed here for one night before our flight, having stayed three days in kata. The area is great, a gorgeous beach by the national park, terrific to walk or cycle through. Much preferred this area to kata, has enough restaurants and mini markets to be comfortable but it's not heaving with tourists. The hostel was comfortable and clean, we had a balcony which was nice to kick back on at the end of the day. Only thing to fault was that there didnt seem to be any sort of communal area.