Set right on Loh Bakaow Beach, this hotel offers comfortable accommodation and top class service, while providing easy access to the lively city of Koh Phi Phi.
The air-conditioned guest rooms at Pp Red Tuna Hut each include complimentary Wi-Fi and a separate desk area, while guests can enjoy the private balcony. Some rooms include a TV.
Amenities at this hotel include a lovely garden, while a laundry service and ticket/tour assistance is also available. A shuttle service and massage facilities are added amenities.
Breakfast is available every morning, while the on-site restaurant offers local cuisine for lunch and dinner. The bar/lounge offers specialty after dinner cocktails and other drinks.
Ko Phi Phi Viewpoint is within a ten minute walk from Pp Red Tuna Hut, while guests can enjoy a 25 minute boat ride to Maya bay. The beautiful Ao Ton Sai Beach is 0.6 miles away.
There have been quite a few reports from guests at Pp Red Tuna Hut about the wonderful meals from the on-site restaurant, while one of the favourites is the authentic green curry. Some guests said it was the best dish they tasted in all of Thailand.
Everything you need close by
With this location in a small village, guests found that all the amenities they needed were within a short walk. Whether you need to go grocery shopping, or visit the restaurants and bars at night, it's all conveniently close by.
The host at Pp Red Tuna Hut has been described by many visitors as friendly and helpful, while most guests were permitted to use the kayak and snorkels free of charge for day trips. Guests appreciated this kind gesture.
Would have preferred a fridge
The rooms do not come with a fridge, according to visitors, and because the tap water is not safe to drink guests said it was necessary to include a fridge in the room in order to keep bottled water cool and fresh. Regardless; bottled water is availble within walking distance.
Water pressure a bit low
Some visitors reported low water pressure, especially when taking a shower, and felt that the bathrooms in general could do with a bit of an upgrade, where fittings were outdated and should be replaced.
Expensive boat rides
Visitors have said that water transport is pretty expensive compared to other activities on the island, however you don't have a choice when it comes to getting to Ton Sai, where it is reported that locals tend to take advantage of tourists.