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If you're thinking of ditching work to head to the Phuket region and are after accommodation in Kata Beach, you'll have a load of choices to select from. We have 881 places to hang out that are within a 10-kilometre radius of Kata Beach's downtown.
Travellers searching for a great place to stay conveniently located near the centre of Kata Beach can choose from the Nook Dee Kata Beach Resort and Phuket Kata Resort.
You'd be crazy to travel to Kata Beach without seeing the Patong Beach. Many travellers like to stay near this famous landmark when in Kata Beach. The APK Resort and The Royal Paradise Hotel & Spa are close-by options.
The Casa de Coral Boutique Hotel and the Kata Noi Resort are situated near the Big Buddha. The 8 Pool Villa and the Baba House Phuket Hotel are near the Chalong Temple. The Promthep Cape and the Bangla Night Street are two more well-known Kata Beach attractions. The Baan Krating Phuket Resort and the Thaimond Residence by TropicLook are conveniently close to the Promthep Cape. The APK Resort and the Royal Paradise Hotel & Spa, are close to the Bangla Night Street.
Kata Beach is where you'll find the Dino Park Mini Golf and the Kok Chang Safari Elephant Trekking. The Kata Hiview Resort and Kata Noi Pavilion are amongst the closest hotels to the Dino Park Mini Golf, while the Two Chefs Inn and Phuket Racha Guesthouse are the nearest to the Kok Chang Safari Elephant Trekking. However, if you are travelling to Kata Beach for the Kata View Point, you might be better off booking a room at the Palm Oasis Boutique Hotel and Glitter House instead.
25 kilometres from the centre of Kata Beach is the At Panta Phuket. Alternatively, the Golddigger's Resort is located 30 kilometres away. Alternatively, you could book a room at the Private Pool Villas by Indigo Pearl or the Pensiri House.
Don't be a flamin' galah by missing out on the other fascinating attractions in South Thailand. Take a gander at the traditional villages in South Thailand. Those who love nature should also make the time to admire its rural landscapes and beaches. Or spend some time rock climbing, hiking and shore fishing while you're here.
Karon is 2 kilometres to the north of Kata Beach and is where you'll find the Big Buddha, Kata View Point and Kok Chang Safari Elephant Trekking. Karon hotels and accommodations include the Kata Sea Breeze Resort and Kata Rocks. Alternatively, you could stay in Rawai, 4 kilometres to the southeast of Kata Beach, where you'll find the Aloha Residence and Kata Gardens Luxury Apartments. The Promthep Cape, Seashell Museum and Rawai Beach are amongst the more popular attractions to experience in Rawai.
New Zealanders are world famous for their passion for sport, so why not visit Ao Nang Krabi Boxing Stadium? Find Ao Nang Krabi Boxing Stadium about 60 kilometres to the northeast of Kata Beach. Like to stay near the action? The Pornthep Mansion and the Beach Terrace Hotel could both be ideal.
Phuket International Airport is the most frequently used airport for flying into and leaving Kata Beach and is 30 kilometres from the heart of town. If you choose to stay nearby, try the Phuket Airport Inn or the 24/7 Hotel.
Hotels in Kata start at NZ$58 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.