Ibis Styles Krabi Ao Nang

The Ibis Styles Krabi Ao Nang has an attractive neighbour: one of Thailand’s striking limestone cliffs. As it’s also surrounded by greenery, during your stay here, you’ll feel a sense of seclusion and privacy.

The pool has a traditionally Thai feel. It’s surrounded by loungers and is the perfect place to escape the heat of the day. Children will also find their own pool close by.

If you’re feeling peckish, head to the Koh Bar for a light bite. A la carte lunches and dinners are served in the main restaurant, and cocktails are on offer throughout the day and evening. For children, there’s a play area with swings, a climbing frame and a slide.

Overview of Ao Nang

In the province of Krabi in Thailand, limestone rocks tower above the gorgeous coastline. Plus, off the picturesque shore, there are hundreds of islands to explore.

On your holidays to Krabi, you’ll find a tropical paradise where gorgeous vistas meet areas for adventure – it’s where Leonardo DiCaprio shot the film The Beach, after all.

In Ao Nang, lazy days meet beautiful views. Boasting a beach surrounded by mangrove forests, it has a great range of shops and restaurants where you can pick up a bargain.

Things to do in Ao Nang

Ao Nang and its beach make up Krabi’s family-friendly resort. It’s all right near the Ibis Styles Krabi Ao Nang, so you can flit from pool to sea easily. It takes about 15 minutes to leisurely wander down to the beach but, if you don’t fancy a walk, there’s a free shuttle bus from the hotel that will get you there in a matter of minutes.

Down on the beach,there’s all kinds of water sports – Ao Nang is renowned for being the best water sports destination in Thailand. It has everything from scuba diving to kayaking, so just pick your energy level and dive in.

Plus, the hotel is a 10-minute walk of the shops and restaurants in Ao Nang Town. Head here to pick up your souvenirs or tuck into some divine local cooking.

With a stay at the Ibis Styles Krabi Ao Nang, the best of Thailand is on your doorstep. Reconnect with nature, laze on the beach or unleash your inner shopaholic. It’s all possible here.


Resort Summary

Because of its surroundings and the plethora of fishing boats you’ll spot around the coast, it’ll come as no surprise that the food within Krabi is heavily seafood-based. There’s seafood in curries and seafood in noodle dishes, which can be enjoyed within a number of fine dining atmospheres.

But due to Krabi’s sheer size, you’re going to come across a huge spectrum of cuisines, with a number of European and Asian influences. You’ll find everything from Italian to steakhouses, and trendy cafes to Chinese and Japanese food in traditional Thai garden settings.