The Island Hoppers Beach Club – formerly Footprints, has undergone a couple of changes of management and ownership over the last year but now this idyllically located beach club is under the loving management and ownership of Sean Ghodoussi who is breathing soothing vibes into every corner of this fabulous spot.
Located on the shores of Bang Po, Island Hoppers Beach Club makes no false claims about being the biggest and the best, but what it does do is offer you an opportunity to get away from it all and relax in a warm and friendly environment, in an un spoilt location and enjoy a refreshing drink and if you are in the mood something tasty from the carefully thought out homemade food menu that offers hearty portions and reasonable prices.
Island Hoppers Beach Club has a wonderful sun-deck bar, a comfortable restaurant, beach salas and an expansive beach area where children can play away from the danger of the roads while Mums and Dads can take in the views over a coffee with homemade cake, a cold beer, glass of wine or a freshly prepared cocktail.
The bar area is a great place to be at night, it is full of friendly banter that goes on over the gentle and relaxing sounds of the waves lapping the shore. On Tuesday nights things liven up a little bit when you are given the opportunity to show off your talents at karaoke night. On Friday nights you can take to the stage once again for open mic night and enjoy the thrills and spills of the Premier League games on large screen TV’s at the weekends.
As well as being a great place to enjoy the beach, the views, the sunsets, hearty food and cooling drinks, Island Hoppers beach club is a great venue to hire for a private party, a wedding or birthday celebrations.
If you feel like getting away from it all for more than a couple of hours, or you want to enjoy rather too much Dutch courage on karaoke night to drive home then you will be pleased to know that the club has some well appointed and very affordable bungalows.
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