The allure to the lifestyle of Patong
Beach, one of the top beaches of world class tourist destinations like
Phuket, is now further enhanced by the newly open Leelawadee Boutique
Hotel nestled on the hill within walking-distance to Patong Beach.
Leelawadee Boutique Hotel reflects a great blend of Bali style and the
elegance of Thai culture. The resort area is covered with a natural garden
and includes a waterfall that creates a mood of true relaxation.
Leelawadee is a perfect retreat for anyone
wishing to stay in an atmosphere designed within the concept of
tranquility and privacy.
Enjoy a new breed of accommodation, warm
and intimate: the place to find new energy and the magic of Phuket.
well trained and multilingual staff are willing to treat you with the best
hospitality. Be yourself in the pampering atmosphere with our
well-appointed rooms, residing among lush gardens and a crystal clear
swimming pool, creating a perfect background of memorable settings.
Additionally, Leelawadee Restaurant serves an a la carte menu and other
unlimited facilities that you can imagine.
offer 37 Deluxe and Comfortable rooms, stylishly
decorated with contemporary Thai furnishing, tasteful artwork and soft
color tones. Complete amenities set the stage for a wonderful sleep.
a refreshing swim in our free form swimming pool, under a cascading
waterfall and treat yourself to a day of soothing bliss in the Jacuzzi
Corner set among tropical gardens and exotic plants, creating a truly
memorable setting. Enjoy a light snack or refreshments at pool-side bar
while sitting among splashing
Motorcycle and scooter rentals start at around 150
baht/day, coming down to 100 baht/day for rentals of a week or more. Phuket
police do enforce the crash helmet requirement, and also conduct frequent
spot checks at which a driving licence must be produced. Many rental
agencies will not require to see your licence. Whether or not you need an
international licence or just your licence from your home country is
unclear. So long as your licence from home is written in English, you should
be fine. The current on-the-spot fine (you pay, you get a receipt and then
they let you drive off - speaking from personal experience) for not carrying
a licence is 300 baht. You may want to consider whether paying for an
international licence is more expensive than just paying a fine or two while
you are there.