Hotel Clover Patong Phuket

Hotel Clover Patong Phuket

162/8-11 Taweewong Road, Patong Beach, , Kathu, , Phuket, Thailand

Nestled in the vibrant heart of Patong Beach, this 4-star boutique hotel that is ranked #1 on Tripadvisor for Patong offers an unforgettable blend of modern comfort and tropical allure with coastal-inspired interiors that range from the classic to the tropical to the nautical.

Dive into the refreshing pool, sip cocktails at the rooftop bar, and relax in your stylishly appointed room. With the famous Patong Beach just a stone's throw away and the bustling nightlife at your doorstep, this hotel offer is your gateway to an exhilarating Phuket adventure.

From good morning to good night, Hotel Clover Patong Phuket takes you on a culinary journey. The Shore Kitchen provides guests with all-day dining offering a diverse menu, inspired by flavours of Southeast Asia and Europe. The restaurant specializes in thin crust Italian Pizza, Singapore specialties and local delights for lunch and dinner.

BLU BAR is the ideal spot to relax and take in the tropical ambiance of Phuket and stunning views of the Andaman Sea. Get your adrenaline pumping with some water sports or enjoy a relaxing massage on Patong beach, shop up a storm or go bar hopping at Bangla Street – whichever activity you prefer, you’ll find it within easy reach of the hotel.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant energy of Patong while enjoying the tranquility of your own oasis. Experience it all at Hotel Clover Patong Phuket – where memories are crafted, and dreams come alive.


Facilities

Check in / check out:

14.30 / 12.00

Distance from city/town:

0.10

Car parking:

Yes

Nearest airport:

Phuket International Airport

Distance from airport:

23

Vehicle hire:

No

  • Rooftop swimming pool
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Lounge
  • Fitness centre
  • Free WiFi
  • Terrace
  • Terrace
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge service
  • Luggage storage
  • Tour desk
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Laundry service
  • Business centre
  • 24-hour security
  • Air conditioning
  • Room service
  • Pool towels
  • Sun loungers

Rooms and Deals

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Superior Balcony with... 1 Deals

Superior Balcony

Max Guests: 2 Max Adults: 2 Max Children: 0

The Superior Balcony Rooms are the perfect place to spread out, unwind and enjoy the Phuketian sun.


At 26 square metres these well-appointed rooms have everything you'll need during your vacation, including intricately hand-selected finishings, luxurious beds, and contemporary conveniences.

The private balconies offer limited views but provide the perfect stop to unwind & recharge before heading back out on your Phuket adventures.

Amenities
- Air conditioning
- Balcony
- Flat-screen TV
- Free WiFi
- Minibar
- Desk
- Telephone
- Bathrobe & Slippers
- Complimentary toiletries
- Hairdryer
- Safety deposit box
- Towels
- Tea/Coffee making facilities
- Rain shower
- Complimentary daily bottled water
- Beach bag & beach slippers
- Blackout curtains
- Complimentary local calls
- Ironing facilities
 

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Tucked away in the heart of vibrant Patong, Hotel Clover Phuket invites you to embark on a journey of tropical splendor. Here's your chance to uncover the charms of Phuket with our exclusive discounted holiday offer, featuring 7 unforgettable nights at this stylish and comfortable haven.

Hotel Clover Patong stands as an oasis of comfort and tranquility amidst the bustling energy of Patong Beach. Your accommodations, thoughtfully designed to reflect the beauty of the island, promise a serene retreat after days of adventure.

From the moment you arrive, you'll be welcomed with the warm hospitality that Thailand is renowned for. As you step into your room, you'll find modern amenities and a cozy atmosphere that invites relaxation.

Each day begins with the promise of discovery. Wander through Patong's bustling streets, where vibrant markets, local eateries, and a thriving nightlife await your exploration. Take a leisurely stroll to Patong Beach, where the golden sands and the gentle caress of the Andaman Sea create moments of pure bliss.

Return to the hotel and indulge in a delightful dining experience at the on-site restaurant, where flavors of both Thai and international cuisines come together to tantalize your taste buds.

At Hotel Clover Patong, every moment is an opportunity for relaxation and adventure. Unwind by the pool with a refreshing cocktail in hand or explore the island's treasures, from water sports to cultural landmarks.

Phuket's renowned beauty extends beyond Patong, with pristine beaches, lush jungles, and hidden gems waiting to be discovered. The hotel's friendly staff can assist you in arranging excursions to explore the island's wonders.

As the sun sets over the Andaman Sea, Patong's vibrant nightlife comes to life. Explore the local bars, clubs, and entertainment options, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Grab your voucher now and seize the opportunity to experience the enchantment of Phuket with Hotel Clover Patong's exclusive discounted holiday offer. With 7 nights of exploration and relaxation, your perfect escape is just a click away.

Discount
66%
Pay Later
$ 847
Valued at
$ 2,940
Deposit (AUD)
$ 150

Package Inclusions:

  • Prime location in the heart of Patong
  • Daily breakfast for 2 persons included
  • Complimentary refreshment upon arrival
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Discount
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Deposit (AUD)
$ 150

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 The Buddist nation of Thailand is know for its  friendly and fun-loving locals, tropical weather, beautiful beaches, breath taking temples and mouth watering cuisine.  

 Best Time to Travel

The best time to travel to Thailand is between November and February due to lower rain fall and cooler weather. If you plan to focus on the northern provinces the hot season (March to May) and early rainy season (June to July) are not bad either, as temperatures are moderate at higher elevations. Northeastern and central Thailand on the other hand are best avoided from March to May when temperatures may climb over 40°C.

Flights

Flights to Phuket International Airport are cheap as chips. Return flights from the east coast of Australia range from $540 to $650 and the west coast from $500. Note - If you are looking for budget flights to Bangkok note they arrive at Don Mueang International Airport rather then Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Return flights from the east coast of Australia range from $560 to $490 and west coast from $590.

Airport Transfers

Landing in Phuket International Airport you will find a number of options available to help you get to your accommodation. The cheapest way  is to go with  Airport Bus Phuket , which will costs around $3 AUD. The bus leaves every hour between 6:30am to 8:45pm. Note - All our deals on My Week Away either include airport transfers or heavily discounted transfers, making your trip from the airport to your chosen destination easy and without stress.

Getting around

Flying - Flying from one destination to another is relatively cheap and gives you more time to enjoy your holiday rather then spending your valuable days travelling. The down side of travelling by air is you don’t get a real sense of the country.

Bus - Thailand has a very reliable government-licensed bus system that connects all areas of the country. Comfortable, air-conditioned buses run frequently between major cities and fares are low.

Trains - Thailand has one of the best metre-gauge rail systems in the world, and train travel is easily the best way to get around & see the country.  Train travel in Thailand is comfortable, safe, cheap, environmentally friendly and unlike flying, it’s a genuine Thai experience making the journey as much a part of your trip as the destination.  Taking the train is easily the best way to travel between Bangkok & Chiang Mai, a train+ferry combo is the best way from Bangkok to Ko Samui, and a train+bus combo is the best way from Bangkok to Krabi or Phuket.

 Thailand’s largest island Phuket, is a mountainous province located on the southern tip of the Andaman Sea. The island is around 50Km long so getting around is easy.

Flights

Flights to Phuket International Airport are cheap as chips. Return flights from the east coast of Australia range from $450 to $650 and the west coast from $500. Flying time is about 8 hours direct and on average 12 with stops overs in Singapore or Kuala Lumpur.

We suggest Scoot (flights via Singapore) and Air Asia (flights via KL) for best value, especially if booked well ahead.

Jetstar and Virgin also have direct flights from capitals and major airports with competitive pricing.

Phuket Airport is centrally located and about 30-40 minutes from Patong and other major resort areas.

 

Getting Around

Thailand’s largest island Phuket, is a mountainous province located on the southern tip of the Andaman Sea. The island is around 50Km long so getting around is easy.

Vehicle Hire- You can drive easily in Phuket (one of Asia’s less stressful places to take to the road) with car hire at the airport or from the hotels.  If you plan to pick up a car from the airport, we advise to book ahead. The operators often have a desk at the terminal, or will meet you outside with the vehicle. Rental is competively priced and well worth considering if you plan to day trip and see the island.

Hire Cars- Transfers can be arranged in advance either with the assistance of the hotel you have booked, or by contacting one of the transfer operators. They are usually very reliable and cheap. We suggest booking ahead to take the stress out of getting from the airport to your hotel. They’ll be waiting at the exit with your name on a placard and ready to carry your bags to the car.

 

Places and things to do

Phuket boasts a large range of  beaches, parks and forests to explore with a rich history and culture to discover.

Kamala Beach- A fantastic beach, the tropical greenery and friendly locals.

Karon Beach- Recently Lonely Planet named Karon Beach as one of the Top Ten Family Beach Holiday Destinations in the world.

Kata Beach- One of the most popular beaches in Phuket, Kata has the best of both worlds, with swaying palms, white sands and clear water on the beach itself.

Mai Khao Beach- The opening of Splash Jungle Waterpark at West Sands Resort at the beginning of 2010 promoted Mai Khao to a must-visit destination, especially for families with young kids.

Nai Harn Beach- Nai Harn Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Phuket. It’s encompassed on both sides by jungle-and-palm covered mountains and there’s a large freshwater inland lagoon.

Patong Beach- Patong Beach has gained a reputation over the years as the place to go for heavy partying. But those who are looking for more than just a crazy night out can also enjoy other activities.

Phi Phi Islands- Phi Phi Island are world famous.  The islands, when approached by boat, rise from the sea like fortresses. Sheer cliffs tower overhead, then give way to beach-fronted jungle. It’s well worth the effort and time to take a day to see the islands. It takes about 90 minutes on an express boat, and costs around $30-$50 AUD with meals, snorkelling and activities.

Adventures

For the adventurous you can swing through the trees at Phuket Tree Adventures and Flying Hunuman and for those that prefer a more slow pace head to the museum, Aquarium or indulge in a spa treatment.

Phang Nga Bay - Located in the Strait of Malacca between the island of Phuket and the mainland of the Malay Peninsula. The spectacular limestone cliffs and emerald green waters are a must see when you are in this region. You can take a variety of guided tours, helping you discover the 42 islands. Recommended companies include Phuket Sail Tours and  Simba Sea Trips.

Wat Chalong -  Visited by thousands each year Wat Chalong is one of Phuket’s most important temples. On special holidays Wat Chalong hosts ‘country fairs’ with a real local flavour where you can buy just about anything and snack on Thai food to your heart’s content.

Eating & Drinking

You may not find as many fine-dining choices in Phuket town as you would in nearby Patong beach, but you will still have an extensive choice of great food, with friendly service, at a reasonable price.

Some stand out restaurants include Siang Khae which serves some of the best north-eastern Thai on the island, Khon 101 with its delicious local cuisine and Ka Jok See which has a great wine list and delicious cocktails.

 

Shopping

From the more traditional shopping markets to air-conditioned malls, Phuket is a shopaholics dream. Head to Central Festival Phuket which lies just outside of Phuket’s CBD, rightly regarded as the shopping hub of the island, Central plays host to over 120 outlets selling products ranging from silk to sushi, from Levi’s to laptops, books to barbecues.

Khao Lak is for folks who shun the glitz and cheesiness of Phuket’s bigger resort towns, but still crave comfort, shopping and plenty of facilities. With long stretches of white sand backed by forested hills, warm waves to frolic in and easy acess for day trips to the Similan and Surin Islands, Khao Sok and Khao Lak/Lam Ru National Parks, or even Phuket, the area is a central and kick-back base for exploring the northern Andaman region 

 

 Flights

Flights to Phuket International Airport are cheap as chips. Return flights from the east coast of Australia range from $540 to $650 and the west coast from $500. 

 

Location & Getting There

Khaolak is located 1 hour from Phuket in the Phang Nga province and offers travellers a laid-back beachside paradise rich in culture and culinary delights, a perfect alternative to the fast pace and crowds of Patong and Phuket City.

 

Things to do

From romantic beach strolls, to day tours and great scuba diving, there’s lots to do when staying in Khaolak. The region is surrounded by national parks so an eco-friendly nature tour is a must. A ride through the jungle on the back of an elephant is definitely a life-enhancing experience and you will be amazed at the gentleness of these huge beasts.

 

Eating & Drinking

Khaolak is a foodies paradise offering travellers a wide range of delicious dining options. While enjoying the seas side views you will come across beach front cafes, such as Sawasdee and Sala Thai. When in the town centre head to O’connor’s Irish pub, don’t let the name fool you, which serves delectable Thai food with the bonus of washing it down with an icy cold Guinness. If you are wanting to mix it up a little head to the Viking Steak House where you will find a range of International, Scandinavian and Thai food.

 

Shopping

Even though Khaolak is not known for its shopping per se you will still find a large range  of shops selling souvenirs, cheap sunglasses, DVD’s and beachwear. A few places that are worth a mention Include Book Tree, perfect for a beach read, travel guides and magazines and the stylish Kanyarak Handicraft, which sells good quality cutlery, dishes, vases, tea sets, lamps and other attractive household accessories.

 

Travel Guide: Exploring Kanchanaburi, Thailand

Introduction

Kanchanaburi, a picturesque province in western Thailand, is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, historical significance, and serene landscapes. Located where the Khwae Noi and Khwae Yai rivers converge to form the Mae Klong River, Kanchanaburi offers a mix of lush jungles, dramatic waterfalls, and poignant World War II history, making it a captivating destination for a diverse range of travelers.
 

Best Season to Visit

The best time to visit Kanchanaburi is during the cool and dry season from November to February. During this period, the weather is pleasant, with lower humidity and cooler temperatures, ideal for outdoor activities and sightseeing. The hot season, from March to May, can be quite warm, while the rainy season, from June to October, brings frequent rains but also lush, green landscapes.
 

Main Attractions

  1. The Bridge on the River Kwai
    • The iconic Bridge on the River Kwai is part of the infamous Death Railway constructed during World War II. Visitors can walk across the bridge, learn about its history at the nearby JEATH War Museum, and take a scenic train ride along the historic railway.
  2. Erawan National Park
    • Erawan National Park is famous for its seven-tiered Erawan Waterfall, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand. The park offers hiking trails, opportunities for swimming in emerald green pools, and diverse wildlife, making it a perfect destination for nature enthusiasts.
  3. Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum
    • The Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum commemorates the suffering of Allied prisoners of war and Asian laborers who built the railway. The museum and its walking trail through the Hellfire Pass cutting offer a sobering insight into the harsh conditions endured during its construction.
  4. Sai Yok National Park
    • Sai Yok National Park is known for its stunning waterfalls, caves, and lush forests. Highlights include Sai Yok Noi Waterfall, Sai Yok Yai Waterfall, and Lawa Cave. The park is also a haven for bird watching and river cruises.
  5. Death Railway Museum and Research Centre
    • This museum provides an in-depth look at the history of the Death Railway, including exhibits on the prisoners of war and laborers who built it. The museum’s well-curated displays offer a poignant and educational experience.
  6. Wat Tham Suea (Tiger Cave Temple)
    • Wat Tham Suea, or the Tiger Cave Temple, is a beautiful hilltop temple known for its large golden Buddha statue and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The temple complex features intricate architecture and a staircase leading to a cave shrine.

Other Useful Information

  • Transportation: Kanchanaburi is easily accessible by train or bus from Bangkok, with the journey taking around 2-3 hours. Within Kanchanaburi, tuk-tuks, songthaews (shared taxis), and rental motorbikes are common modes of transportation for getting around and exploring the area..
  • Local Cuisine: Enjoy delicious Thai cuisine in Kanchanaburi, including local specialties like som tam (green papaya salad), khao soi (curry noodle soup), and fresh river fish dishes. Night markets and local restaurants provide a variety of flavorful and affordable dining options.
  • Currency: The official currency is the Thai Baht (THB). Credit cards are accepted in most hotels and larger restaurants, but it’s advisable to carry cash for smaller purchases, street food, and local markets.
  • Respect for Culture: When visiting temples and religious sites, dress modestly by covering your shoulders and knees, and remove your shoes before entering. Being respectful of local customs and traditions is important, and learning a few basic Thai phrases like "khob khun" (thank you) and "sawasdee" (hello) can enhance your interactions with locals.
 
Kanchanaburi, with its rich history, natural beauty, and cultural attractions, offers a unique and enriching travel experience. Whether you’re exploring historical sites, hiking to waterfalls, or relaxing by the river, Kanchanaburi provides a memorable escape into Thailand’s diverse landscapes and heritage.

 

Travel Guide: Discovering Koh Samui, Thailand

Introduction

Koh Samui, Thailand’s second-largest island, is a tropical paradise located in the Gulf of Thailand. Known for its palm-fringed beaches, crystal-clear waters, vibrant nightlife, and luxurious resorts, Koh Samui offers a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure. Whether you're seeking serene beaches, cultural experiences, or lively entertainment, Koh Samui has something for every traveler.
 

Best Season to Visit

The best time to visit Koh Samui is during the dry season, from December to April, when the weather is sunny and dry, perfect for beach activities and exploring the island. The hot season, from May to August, sees higher temperatures but remains popular with tourists. The rainy season, from September to November, brings more frequent showers, though they are usually short and intense, and the island remains lush and vibrant.
 

Main Attractions

  1. Chaweng Beach
    • Chaweng Beach is the largest and most popular beach on Koh Samui, known for its lively atmosphere, white sandy shores, and clear waters. It’s a hub for water sports, beach parties, and vibrant nightlife, with numerous bars, restaurants, and clubs lining the beach.
  2. Big Buddha (Wat Phra Yai)
    • The Big Buddha Temple, located on a small island connected to Koh Samui by a causeway, is home to a 12-meter tall golden Buddha statue. It’s one of the island’s most iconic landmarks and offers stunning views and a serene atmosphere for visitors.
  3. Fisherman's Village, Bophut
    • Fisherman’s Village in Bophut retains its old-world charm with traditional wooden shop-houses, chic boutiques, and waterfront dining. The village comes alive every Friday night with its famous Walking Street Market, offering local handicrafts, street food, and entertainment.
  4. Na Muang Waterfalls
    • Na Muang Waterfalls, consisting of two stunning cascades, are among the most beautiful on the island. Na Muang 1 is easily accessible and features a large natural pool perfect for swimming, while Na Muang 2 requires a bit of a hike but rewards with breathtaking views.
  5. Ang Thong National Marine Park
    • A stunning archipelago of 42 islands, Ang Thong National Marine Park offers pristine beaches, hidden lagoons, and vibrant coral reefs. It’s perfect for day trips involving kayaking, snorkeling, and exploring the park’s diverse wildlife and marine life.
  6. Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rocks (Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks)
    • These unusual rock formations, located near Lamai Beach, are a popular tourist attraction due to their natural shapes resembling male and female genitalia. They offer great photo opportunities and stunning views of the coastline.

Other Useful Information

  • Transportation: Koh Samui is accessible by air via Samui International Airport, which has frequent flights from Bangkok and other major cities. Ferries also connect Koh Samui to the mainland and nearby islands. On the island, options include rental scooters, cars, songthaews (shared taxis), and private taxis.
  • Local Cuisine: Savour the flavours of Thai cuisine with dishes such as tom yum goong (spicy shrimp soup), pad thai (stir-fried noodles), and som tam (green papaya salad). Fresh seafood is abundant, and the night markets and street food stalls offer a variety of delicious and affordable options.
  • Currency: The official currency is the Thai Baht (THB). Credit cards are accepted in most hotels and larger restaurants, but it's advisable to carry cash for smaller purchases, street food, and local markets.
  • Respect for Culture: When visiting temples and religious sites, dress modestly by covering your shoulders and knees, and remove your shoes before entering. Thai people are known for their hospitality, so a friendly attitude and basic Thai phrases like "khob khun" (thank you) and "sawasdee" (hello) can enhance your interactions with locals.
 
Koh Samui, with its stunning beaches, vibrant culture, and diverse attractions, promises an unforgettable travel experience. Whether you're lounging on the beach, exploring underwater wonders, or immersing yourself in local culture, Koh Samui offers a perfect tropical escape.

 

Travel Guide: Exploring Pattaya, Thailand

Introduction

Pattaya, located on the eastern Gulf coast of Thailand, is a vibrant city known for its lively nightlife, stunning beaches, and a variety of entertainment options. Once a quiet fishing village, Pattaya has transformed into one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations, offering something for everyone, from family-friendly attractions to bustling nightlife.
 

Best Season to Visit

The best time to visit Pattaya is during the cool and dry season, which runs from November to February. During this period, the weather is pleasantly cool, with less humidity and little rain, making it ideal for outdoor activities and beach outings. The hot season, from March to May, brings higher temperatures, while the rainy season, from June to October, sees more rainfall, though showers are typically short and the city remains vibrant and lively.
 

Main Attractions

  1. Walking Street
    • Pattaya’s Walking Street is the city’s famous nightlife hub, offering an array of bars, nightclubs, restaurants, and entertainment venues. The street comes alive after sunset with neon lights, live music, and bustling crowds, making it a must-visit for nightlife enthusiasts.
  2. Pattaya Beach
    • Pattaya Beach stretches for several kilometers along the city’s coast, offering a range of water sports, beach activities, and seaside dining options. It’s a great spot for sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying the vibrant beach atmosphere.
  3. Sanctuary of Truth
    • The Sanctuary of Truth is a magnificent wooden temple and museum, intricately carved entirely out of teak wood. This architectural marvel blends traditional Buddhist and Hindu motifs and offers insights into Thai cultural heritage and craftsmanship.
  4. Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden
    • Nong Nooch Garden is a sprawling botanical garden featuring beautifully landscaped grounds, themed gardens, cultural shows, and an impressive collection of tropical plants. It’s a perfect destination for a leisurely day trip and offers activities such as elephant shows and traditional Thai performances.
  5. Coral Island (Koh Larn)
    • A short ferry ride from Pattaya, Coral Island, or Koh Larn, boasts crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches, and vibrant coral reefs. It’s an ideal spot for snorkeling, diving, and relaxing on the beach, offering a peaceful escape from the city’s hustle and bustle.
  6. Art in Paradise
    • Art in Paradise is an interactive 3D art museum where visitors can take creative photos with optical illusion paintings. It’s a fun and unique attraction suitable for families and anyone looking to unleash their artistic side.
  7. Pattaya Floating Market
    • Experience traditional Thai market culture at the Pattaya Floating Market, where vendors sell goods from boats and traditional stilt houses. The market offers a variety of local products, handicrafts, and delicious street food, providing a glimpse into Thailand’s rich cultural heritage.

Other Useful Information

  • Transportation: Pattaya is easily accessible from Bangkok by car, bus, or train, with the journey taking around 2-3 hours. Within Pattaya, options for getting around include baht buses (songthaews), motorbike taxis, and rental cars or motorbikes.
  • Local Cuisine: Enjoy the flavors of Thai cuisine with dishes such as tom yum goong (spicy shrimp soup), pad thai (stir-fried noodles), and som tam (green papaya salad). Fresh seafood is abundant, and street food stalls and local restaurants offer a variety of delicious and affordable options.
  • Currency: The official currency is the Thai Baht (THB). Credit cards are accepted in most hotels and larger restaurants, but it’s advisable to carry cash for smaller purchases, street food, and local markets.
  • Respect for Culture: When visiting temples and religious sites, dress modestly by covering your shoulders and knees, and remove your shoes before entering. Thai people are known for their hospitality, so a friendly attitude and basic Thai phrases like "khob khun" (thank you) and "sawasdee" (hello) can enhance your interactions with locals.
 
Pattaya, with its dynamic nightlife, beautiful beaches, and diverse attractions, offers a memorable travel experience for visitors. Whether you’re seeking adventure, relaxation, or cultural insights, Pattaya provides a vibrant and exciting escape on Thailand’s stunning Gulf coast.

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