Absolute Bangla Suites

Absolute Bangla Suites

68/1 Soi Bangla, Patong Beach, Phuket, Thailand

Within the cool world of Absolute Bangla Suites, you will find yourself at the heart of the action of Patong's most vibrant street Soi Bangla, yet just two minutes from the beach. Inside, we've captured the electrifying, with modern and exciting finishings and quirky lighting design.

On the roof sits Climax Restaurant, offering a cocktail lounge with poolside dining and a unique birds-eye view of the town that never sleeps. Absolute Bangla Suites is the perfect base for singles and couples alike, while our sister resort Absolute Twin Sands Resort & Spa is better suited to families with younger guests.

Absolute Bangla Suites is a vibrant city-style hotel perfect for couples right in the heart of Patong’s bustling Soi Bangla, just a moments stroll from Patong’s famous beach, on Phuket Island, on the west coast of Thailand. Conveniently situated, Phuket International Airport is just 45 minutes away.

Many other beaches, golf courses, shops and other facilities are all within easy reach of Absolute Bangla Suites, as well as historic and cultural Old Phuket Town, with its Sino-Portuguese architecture. The Bangla Suites concierge team will be on hand to assist you during your stay and help with any transport arrangements or excursion advice.


Check in / check out:

2.pm / 11.am

Distance from city/town:


Car parking:

Nearest airport:

Phuket International Airport

Distance from airport:


Vehicle hire:

Reception can assist with car hire details.

  • 24hr Reception
  • Lift
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Secure Parking
  • Spa
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Kitchen
  • Gym
  • Internet

Rooms and Deals

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Studio Suite with... 1 Deals

Studio Suite

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

Guests will experience well-appointed suites with vibrant interiors, fully-equipped kitchens, double showers and state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment. Each suite has a private balcony with a hot tub.

The spacious Studio Rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with a European kitchenette, the living area is furnished by a comfortable sofa, table and a large flat-screen TV with DVD and iPod docking station.

- Private Balcony with Hotub
- Stylish Kitchenette
- Flat Screen TV
- Coffee Making
- WiFi
- Spacious and Stylish Rooms

7 Night Couples Promo $269 Stay- Valued at $1,100

7 nights in the heart of Patong for the low rate of only $269 saving up to $800 off regular rates. This promotional special is available for Couples only.

Here is your opportunity to stay in the heart of Phuket at the famous Patong beach for the low promotional rate of $269 total for 2 guests.

7 nights of Stylish accommodation! The perfect couples' location for relaxation, the beach and getting out and about.

Close to the beach, shops, restaurants, cafes and nightlife, this exclusive location is sought-after.

Snap up this special today and select your dates later for a stay June through October 2023 at this special promotional rate.

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Valued at
$ 1,120
Deposit (AUD)
$ 269

Package Inclusions:

  • 7 Nights Accommodation for two
  • Free Airport Pickup
  • Welcome Drink on Arrival
  • A Royal Thai Buffet for two
  • Traditional Thai Dancer Show
  • Free Lady Boy Show Entry
  • Live Cooking Station
  • $50 Resort Credit (valid for use at the resort or sister Twin Sands Spa Resort)
  • Save more than $800 with this special offer!
  • Stay between 1 June 2023 and 31st October 2023
  • Hold now and select dates later (before August 31) for your stay!
Pay Later
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Valued at
$ 1,120
Deposit (AUD)
$ 269

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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 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 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.


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.



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.

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