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Mom Boutique Railay, hotel in Railay Beach

Featuring a terrace, bar and views of mountain, Mom Boutique Railay is located in Railay Beach, a few steps from Railay East Beach.

The room was super clean. Everyday they gave new wattle bottles. The common area is the same as Blanco Hostel, nice swimming pool and resting area with a view, also a restaurant and a bar. Blanco also often organizes different activities. Perfect place if you want to have the social area of a hostel without losing your privacy. The room also has a kettle, coffee powder, liquid soap and shampoo. The bed is big and comfy.
7.6
Scored 7.6
Good
Rated good
163 reviews
Price from$24.90per night
Blanco Hideout Railay - Youth Hostel 18 to 35 Only, hotel in Railay Beach

Offering a sun terrace with panoramic views of the Andaman sea and surrounding mountains, Blanco Hideout Railay - Youth Hostel 18 to 35 Only features a swimming pool, an on-site restaurant and 2 bars....

Awesome hostel with an amazing view and social scene for a super cheap price. View was amazing.
7.8
Scored 7.8
Good
Rated good
1,371 reviews
Price from$13.28per night
Rapala Rock Wood Resort- SHA Plus, hotel in Railay Beach

Rapala Rock Wood Resort- SHA Plus offers feel-like-home accommodations. Free WiFi is accessible throughout.

The location is good. Good price/quality. The staff is very efficient and accommodating.
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
1,611 reviews
Price from$21.16per night
Rayavadee- SHA Extra Plus, hotel in Railay Beach

Luxurious beachfront accommodations along Krabi's Andaman Coast is provided at the 5-star Rayavadee- SHA Extra Plus, just next to Krabi Marine National Park.

The views are amazing!
9.4
Scored 9.4
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
681 reviews
Price from$491.71per night
Railay Bay Resort & Spa, hotel in Railay Beach

Stretching across the white sands of Railay Beach, Railay Resort & Spa offers spacious cottages set in tropical landscapes. It features free WiFi throughout, a beachfront outdoor pool and a...

Amazing location
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very Good
Rated very good
2,736 reviews
Price from$101.09per night
Railay Great View Resort, hotel in Railay Beach

Railay Great View Resort and Spa is located on the beaches of East Railay, 16 miles from Krabi Airport. It features free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and rooms with flat-screen TVs.

The hotel is in the middle of the jungle, monkeys and different animals all around. Great view from anywhere in the Hotel. The concierge was very friendly and helpful. We make some great tours thanks to them. Food was really good and prices were reasonable.
8.1
Scored 8.1
Very Good
Rated very good
1,592 reviews
Price from$68.36per night
Railay Phutawan Resort, hotel in Railay Beach

Railay Phutawan Resort is located along Railay Beach in Krabi, surrounded by green mountains and the beautiful Andaman Sea. This tropical getaway enjoys easy access to the nearby islands.

THW VIEW
8.8
Scored 8.8
Excellent
Rated excellent
2,835 reviews
Price from$55.34per night
Avatar Railay, hotel in Railay Beach

Offering an outdoor pool and sun terrace, Avatar Railay is set in Railay Beach, Krabi. It is only 2953 feet from Phra Nang Cave.

Centrally located on the east side close to the pier and the corridor to walking street. Filtered water dispenser on every floor. Huge rooms with comfy beds and pillows
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
2,429 reviews
Price from$37.35per night
Bhu Nga Thani Resort & Villas Railay, hotel in Railay Beach

This luxurious resort on East Railay Beach in Krabi is surrounded by the exotic mountain landscape and emerald waves of the Andaman Sea.

Restaurant
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
905 reviews
Price from$61.39per night
Railay Village Resort, hotel in Railay Beach

Located on the white sands of West Railay Beach and surrounded by the beautiful limestone cliffs, Railay Village Resort offers private villas and rooms with pool views. It also has an outdoor pool.

The beach is right in front of the hotel and we love the long pool within the property. They have a lot of trees and we even saw monkeys around the property which adds to its allure.
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very Good
Rated very good
949 reviews
Price from$383.32per night
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What Guests Said About Railay Beach:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    Railay Beach is a (unfortunately not so) hidden Gem!

    Railay Beach is a (unfortunately not so) hidden Gem! The vibe is so relaxed with endless views of the limestone cliffs around you. Climbing to the viewpoint, visiting caves, relaxing on the beaches or just having a great time at some nice local bars and eateries. No cars or scooters on the small 'island' makes for a much less noisy atmosphere.
    Erick
    South Africa
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Railay Beach is one of our favourite spots in Thailand.

    Railay Beach is one of our favourite spots in Thailand. There are three main beaches, and the best is Phra Nang Beach. It is easy to walk to and from all the beaches. Railay Beach - walking street access, a couple of resorts, kayak and SUP hire, and long-tail boats from and to Ao Nang. Phra Nang Beach - rock climber, Princess Cave Shrine, great swimming beach. During high season, they have long-tail boats selling hot food and drinks. At East Railay Beach, the tide goes out a long way, which is not suitable for swimming. Many tourist boats come this way, and there is a floating pontoon. There are many restaurants, bars, cafes, laundry etc on this side. Also, access to Walking Street.
    Trippin' Turpins
    Australia
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Gorgeous location, absolutely stunning natural cliffs, rocky...

    Gorgeous location, absolutely stunning natural cliffs, rocky island outcroppings, warm aquamarine water. An old style beach town that is rare to find these days. Great diversity of restaurants, (the Indian food place was one of the best anywhere) cafes (mango sticky rice!), and local shops along 'walking street', fabulous to just lay on the beach, but hiking, rock climbing, scuba diving schools/rental equipment/excursions, are available for the more adventurous. A little difficult to get to (long tail or speedboat only) - which keeps it remote, peaceful and relaxed - no ridiculous night life, family friendly, local, easy going, picturesque peninsula on the Andaman Sea. We booked a group boat tour around PhiPhi islands - boat was delayed, then broke down in the middle of the Sea, luckily a passing boat provided a 'spare' propellor!!! PhiPhi island visit was just a lunch stop, and basically a huge cafeteria line with spaghetti and fried chicken, ugh. Snorkeling, boat diving, cave hiking, discovering empty beach coves along the way though, were all incredible. Visiting "The Beach" lagoon was picturesque, but incredibly overcrowded - no wonder they don't allow swimming in the lagoon. Toilet facilities on PhiPhi and The Beach were best left unvisited, unless absolutely necessary. The tour was 8/10, but the adventure of it all was 11/10. Railay is well worth a 3-4 day stay, some of our neighbors were staying 2weeks and longer over the new year's holiday. It's an absolutely beautiful, relatively undeveloped resort area, with great food, spectacular beach life, stunning views, and friendly and welcoming local people
    Elizabeth
    United States of America
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Fantastic staff in every area, room is spacious, beautiful...

    Fantastic staff in every area, room is spacious, beautiful and clean with a nice balcony. Food is delicious from room service and very quick. Love the location of resort ( check in is at east railway beach but our room was close to west Railay which they gave us a ride to- very much appreciated)
    Colette
    Canada
  • 6.0
    Scored 6.0

    This is not for anyone travelling with a disability.

    This is not for anyone travelling with a disability. Depending on the tide , will depend on where you are dropped off. The long tail drivers did not help at all getting off the boat or with luggage.Had we been at the other Quay life would have been easy. There was no one there to greet us and our hotel was on the other side of the island a long way to drag luggage.. This is a young person's resort the smell of weed is all over the island. The THAI people don't have the same attitude as elsewhere as they have a monopoly.
    Joanne
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    The longer you stay, the more you discover.

    The longer you stay, the more you discover. Railay has a few hidden gems that are worth exploring. We discovered a few favourite spots for dinner, both in the walking street as well as in Railay East. The sunset on Railey West or the Phra Nang beach are breathtaking. We recommend hiking up to the viewpoint, and if you are brave climb down to the lagoon. We also enjoyed renting a kayak during the day, and do a night tour to see the bio-luminescent plankton. Worth noting: If you book a tour on Railay East, it is often quite a bit cheaper, and priced for backpackers who stay on this side of Railay. The tours themselves are typically of the same quality. The most buzz happens in the walking street between East and West Railay and on the West beach.
    Alexandra

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Railay Beach

  • From $49.80 per night
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 2,429 reviews
    The hotel was so beautiful and the rooms were so spacious! The double bed was huge and so comfortable to sleep in, and there was plenty of space for us to settle into our room comfortably and not feel cramped at all! We were also very close to the main pier on East Railay, and the location was perfect for a short walk to both Railay West and Phra Nang Cave Beach. The hotel felt very luxurious and was extremely good value for money in our opinion. We would definitely stay here again on our next trip to Railay!
    Cayla
    New Zealand
  • From $75.53 per night
    7.7
    Scored 7.7
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,173 reviews
    I like the room its wide and well furnished , the balcony is beautiful , landscape is beautiful , pool is great , beach is amazing specially the resort as long as it reach both west and east beaches , Breakfast is good. It's very nice that you reach the resort only by boat . I found my room is ready upon arrival . Wi Fi covers all areas in the resort .
    Alaa Nour Eldin
    Egypt
  • From $131.69 per night
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 2,736 reviews
    The resort exist from west to east. We stayed in the deluxe cottage and it is situated in the sunrise side. The breakfast is ok. Basic stuff. The pool is good in front of the sea and you 100 meters from the center town. The bed was very comfortable. The water pressure is ok. Some of the staff are very nice.
    Orsini
    Portugal
  • From $66.92 per night
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 2,837 reviews
    Part of hotel that is pictured is lovely and just like photos, staff are polite and friendly. Nice welcome drink when you check in. Free shuttle service down to east railay beach is also very handy.
    Emily
    United Kingdom
  • From $149.12 per night
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 949 reviews
    We were blown away by rhe beauty of the natural scenery. The hotel has a perfect location at West Railay Beach
    Antal
    Hungary