See the latest prices and deals by choosing your dates.
Located in Loh Pared Beach, Santhiya Koh Yao Yai Resort & Spa offers cosy accommodation. It features an outdoor pool and a variety of restaurants. Free WiFi is provided in the entire property. Beautifully located, always high quality food. Perfect to relax.
Wake up to soft sea breeze, chirping birds and the soothing waves at Yao Yai Beach Resort, a tropical resort on the beautiful island of Koh Yao Yai. Absolutely stunning location, food was fantastic and staff were really friendly. Rooms were mega clean and comfortable. Photos do not do this hotel justice!
Offering an outdoor pool, an extensive garden and a restaurant, Thiwson Beach Resort is located 8 km from Ko Yao Yai town centre. Free WiFi access is available in all areas. Lovely place, nice pool, nice breakfast, nice staff! I did not want to leave and I would love to return.
Baan Taranya Koh Yao Yai is located in the tropical rain forest of the Koh Yao Yai Island in Phang Nga Bay. A private beach is only 400 metres away from the property. Such a friendly staff. They always welcome you with a smile and are always ready to help immediately! Very good restaurant with a relaxing atmosphere especially in the evening. Comfortable and clean rooms.
Located close to the beach in Yao Yai Island, Koh Yao Yai Hillside Resort is just a 20-minute from Klonghia Pier. Everything was super good. Staff amazing. They helped us organize tours to manu islands and taxi, transfers etc. Scooters you can rent stright from them. Restaurant with really good food. This is the place where to chill for couple of days.
GLOW Elixir Koh Yao Yai is located on Koh Yao Yai Island along Bo Le Bay, 15 km from Phuket. The resort offers free internet access, 2 dining options and an outdoor pool. From the immaculate grounds to the staff so attentive, this has been one of the most enjoyable places we have been. Truly a remarkable gem!
On average, 3-star hotels in Ko Yao Yai cost £69 per night, and 4-star hotels in Ko Yao Yai are £103 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Ko Yao Yai can on average be found for £227 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Ko Yao Yai this weekend is £32 or, for a 4-star hotel, £40. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Ko Yao Yai for this weekend cost on average around £147 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs £32 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Ko Yao Yai for tonight. You'll pay on average around £40 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Ko Yao Yai will cost around £147 (based on Booking.com prices).
What is nice is that there are few big hotels on the beaches, so nature is preserved so far. We were at Koh Yao Yai Village, a really nice place in a nice environment. The Reaturant Ban Rim Nam near the Klong Hia Pier is very good. The only way to visit the island is to rent a motorbike (250 baths / day). We have been looking at the grazing buffalos, they are beautiful. The old houses are interesting too. If you want a nice beach to go swimming, book on the West coast. The East coast is not suitable for swimming. As Covid is there, there are no tourists so there is no cleaning of the beaches. Some beaches are really full of rubish, mostly plastics, all types of plastics...
The island is not as "paradise" as other places we have seen but a great place to make trips from. It is also safe and family friendly. The best is to rent a scooter and visit the island this way - observe both the locals as well as amazing nature. There are many good places to eat in the hotels as well as outside. What struck us a bit was the contrast between luxury tourist infastructure and the poverty of the Thais living nearby. Other than that great hospitable and VERY friendly people.
Uncultivated island, but much more quiet and secluded. There you will feel real relax and atmosphere. Must to see, but not longer than few days. Outside of 5 stars hotels you will not find many facilities, but prices are lower than on Phuket or Krabi, or even Phi-Phi, and people friendly. On big piers you will easy find boats and ferry to Phuket, Krabi or Phangang, note that departure usually scheduled till 17:00.
It's a nice and quiet island, perfect for those who seek peace and tranquility. For families with kids and for seniors. When staying at the resort, you are pretty isolated and your activity range is kind of reduced.
Koh Yao Yai was last year better, because of less tourists. I am a nomad and I want to enjoy the country and the culture, but to many tourists are destroying the culture of this island. Last year was everybody smiling, this year was different. Traveller are okay, but tourists have less respect for everything. Thats fact. Also was it not easy to buy alcohol, because it is an Muslim island, but in this year I could also find pub's. I am worried about this island, because for me it was one of the last real quiet islands in Thailand. I hope its not changing so quickly to an party place like so many other places. Koh Yao Yai has nice beaches, but also rainforest and monkeys. Cashew trees and rubber trees. Old huts and here and there broken streets, that's nice to see.
Don't expect a crowded touristic place :) Beautiful beaches with white sand, highly recommend renting a motorbike/scooter to explore the island. One specific - there are only a few places where you can buy beer :) People on this island were very friendly and nice, beaches almost empty. It's a calm place if this is what you're looking for :)
Absolutely stunning location, food was fantastic and staff were really friendly. Rooms were mega clean and comfortable. Photos do not do this hotel justice!
Lovely place, nice pool, nice breakfast, nice staff! I did not want to leave and I would love to return.
The wonderful staff The peace and security The beauty and eco ethos of the resort The amazing food
Beautifully located, always high quality food. Perfect to relax.