Stay at the Andaman Sea Surf hotel located on the northern hillside of Patong enjoying exquisite views of the city and the sea. Amble to the nearby Patong Beach where we serve drinks and rent out umbrellas. Take a walk to enjoy the nearby shopping, restaurants, and nightlife. Luxuriate in a family owned 12 room and 2 apartment, surf-themed, hotel. Enjoy the comforts of home in our spacious rooms with balcony, king size beds, air-conditioning, flat screen cable tv, free wifi, kitchenette and refrigerator. Amplify your pleasure in our Nalu House. Choose a spacious 1 or 2 bedroom apartment. Enjoy the luxury of a separate living room, complete kitchen, big cosy balcony and nice roomy bedrooms and bathrooms.
Patong is a fabulous 3.5km long beach on Phuket Island. Lying off the West Coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea - it is the largest island in Thailand. The whole island is famous for its high-quality beaches, with Patong being considered a premium destination. You will find plenty of hustle-bustle during the day and exciting razzle-dazzle at night. Most parts of Patong can be easily reached by walking, but if you are tired or inebriated you always have a choice of taxis or tuk-tuk. Enjoy the adventure activities of surfing, diving and jet-skiing. Then relax and unwind with the many spa and massage options available. Do not forget to take in a cabaret and some Thai boxing. Andaman Sea Surf in Patong are 45 km from Phuket international airport and 14 km from Phuket town. You can travel to Patong from the international airport by taxi, shuttle or bus.
Patong’s nightlife is a whirlwind of frenetic activity, and amongst this maelstrom, you will find a number of bargain seafood and noodle stalls that pop-up each night. You will also discover a startling array of restaurants, offering cuisines from all corners of the world. Phuket’s history as a commercial port has created a cuisine that is unique, drawing on traditional Thai, Chinese and Malay ingredients and flavours. For a local delicacy try the subtle flavours of Ah-pong. A local yeast pancake that combines flour, egg yolk, coconut milk, and sugar - eaten as a light snack. For a more substantial meal and a historical eating experience try - Oh Tao. A famous and ancient hot dish, made with fried oyster or seafood combined with, bean sprouts and taro root. Usually seasoned with salt, sugar, chilli or vinegar. Or simply purchase fresh local produce and cook for yourself.
Surfing and SUP tuition and activities. Surf Safaris and day-trips. Island hopping. Jet-skiing Wake Boarding. Surf trips on scooters and motorbikes. Climbing.