I agree with the other reviews that front desk staff weren't the best, in fact probably the worst we have encountered in Thailand in terms of attitude. We chose this hotel as it was central and we didn't want to stay somewhere you have to get a long tail boat to, though in hindsight I would go for the long tail boat and avoid staying centrally unless you are there to booze it up or party (we weren't).
Phi Phi in general is pretty smelly and has bad sewerage problems. While we were there it was impossible to sleep as our lights kept coming on in the room in the middle of the night randomly and then there was a noisy truck right outside our room from about 4am. The bed itself was fine. We had a pool room where you swim out straight into the pool which was the nicest thing about the hotel. Air con hit you right in the face and there was no fan alternative so sleep was really not going to happen so we paid for 3 nights but only stayed one.
If you can get this place for about $60-70 per room per night then it is worth it for seeing Phi Phi and not spending much time in your room but it definitely wasn't worth the price we paid (double that) and I wouldn't recommend it. We stayed at the sister hotel PP Casita last time 4 years ago and we preferred that (though reviews implied that palm tree was superior - I tend to disagree!). Breakfast was average though free so can't complain.
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