Understated and totally charming. The Tubkaak Krabi Boutique Resort does the simple things exceedingly well…
The Tubkaak Krabi Boutique Resort is a charming little hotel, genuinely boutique, with a traditional Thai style, combined with an almost alpine influence. On an extensive stretch of beach in a quiet location, overlooking the offshore Hong Islands. 45 minutes from Krabi Airport and 20 minutes from the lively Ao Nang resort area.
Tubkaak Krabi has a selection of 55 rooms and suites.
The Superior (downstairs) and the Deluxe (upstairs) rooms are set furthest back from the sea and are grouped around the swimming pool.
Garden Duplex Suites with an elevated bedroom. You have Garden Suites with their own plunge pool.
Finally, there are Sea View Suites closer to the beach with an integrated living space. Lavish one bedroom pool suites, located on the beachfront, each with their own swimming pool.
Two beachfront restaurants, one serving regional cuisine with the focus southern Thai dishes and the other offering more Latin Europe option. Just the place to start the day and to end the night!
A selection of non-motorised water sports, subject to sea conditions
Excursions to the offshore islands can be easily arranged
Understated and totally charming. The Tubkaak Krabi Boutique Resort does the simple things exceedingly well. The recent enhancements to the room interiors and public areas have been impressive, without detracting from the traditional appeal.
“I stayed here in June 2019. First time for over 10 years. Just loved it. The easy elegance, the contemporary comforts in such a natural setting. Highly individual and totally personalised. ” – Marie -Helene, Chic Locations.
There is little else in the immediate area, apart from a few other hotels within strolling distance along the beach, so it is all about relaxation. The beach here is wide and expansive. Just the place for leisurely beach-combing. The Ao Nang resort area is 20 minutes drive away. Here you will find numerous restaurants and bars. It would not be our choice to stay, but fun for a night out.
There are now direct flights from Chiang Mai to Krabi, so resort combinations are easy to arrange. We would suggest a few nights in Bangkok to start, maybe at The Chatrium Hotel Riverside, and then 3 nights at the Na Nirand in Chiang Mai before flying south to Krabi.
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