Anantara Hua Hin Resort
What We Love
- Daily breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
- Swimming in one of two freeform infinity pools overlooking the sea
- Wealth of activities, from kayaking to yoga classes
- Child-friendly, with a kids pool and playground
What To Know
- A 10 percent hotel service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Located on the beach, about three miles north of downtown Hua Hin
- Transfers by Mercedes-Benz cost $198 per car, each way (taxis cost about $85 per car, each way)
- Free WiFi available only in the lobby
- On December 31 2015, there is a compulsory New Year's Eve Gala Dinner. Please see the details section for more information.
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Spread across 14 acres, the burnt umber of the teak pavilions at Anantara Hua Hin Resort & Spa contrasts with the green-blue lily ponds, the fuchsia bushes and the blue Gulf of Thailand beyond the white sand beach. The alfresco lobby features a colorful tapestry, ornately carved teak lanterns, polished wood floors and oversize furniture. After dark, tiki torches light up the walkways connecting the lagoon area and pavilions to the seven on-site lounges and six restaurants, which range from classic Italian to contemporary Thai.
Bed and Bath
The sleek template of the public spaces extends to the 187 rooms, which feature sweet teak and reed furnishings, high ceilings and a wall of floor-to-ceiling sliding windows opening onto a private patio. Traditional Thai silk adds pops of color to an otherwise soothing nude palette. Premium Sea View Rooms have the bonus of jetted outdoor tubs, and the enormous Anantara Suites have arched teak ceilings, dining areas and double-size verandas overlooking the lush gardens or the Gulf of Thailand. Bathrooms are done in dark wood and chunky stone, and some feature giant stand-alone tubs.
The resort is surrounded by five distinctive gardens created by renowned landscape architect Bill Bensley, and they provide the right mix of exotic flair and natural privacy. The beach is just steps from the resort, but it’s worth noting that Thailand’s mainland beaches lack the postcard-perfect wow factor of tropical islands such as Koh Samui and Phuket. Anantara resorts, however, are about more than just beach time, and the Hua Hin offers a long menu of activities, from instruction in Muay Thai to group elephant polo lessons. The spa offers traditional Thai treatments in an open-air pavilion.
How to Get There
If not the best, this is surely one of the best properties we have stayed in. And oh the hospitality, can’t get any better.
Everything was on point. Beautiful resort and beautiful room. There was a beautiful aroma all over the property.
The people at receptionist were the best. We were offered an early check in and a late check out. We were there to celebrate our anniversary and were offered a beautiful cake. The welcoming drinks were very refreshing and were also given complimentary fruits and chocolate fondue. Even for the late check out they helped us to clean up in the spa section.
The food was a little expensive but not over the top. But it was really nice, the chefs were so accommodation. When they knew that we are strict vegetarian they specially prepared Indian food for us during breakfast.
I had forgotten to write the review when I should, so forgetting the names of the dearest staff who made our stay memorable.
We will surely recommend it to our fiends and family!
Stayed for 8 night, 6 adults and 2 teenagers in 3 delux rooms.
The staff are absolutely wonderful here and cant do enough for you, and the grounds are beautiful. The check in was great.
We had 3 rooms overlooking the pool area, the rooms were lovely and very spacious.
Breakfast was ok, definitely needs expanding as there is not enough room for everyone, and they did struggle to accommodate all guests, the staff work really hard but unfortunately lots of guests waited a long time for food to come out.
Location is great its really easy to catch a taxi or tuk tuk, the staff were great at sorting transport out and they always cost the same.
The hotel I know is 5 star and as said in previous reviews the cost of food and drink is in line with other hotels but I did think especially the food is way over priced. I would recommend going into the town far much cheaper and better value.
The high light is Alex the parrot! loved stopping in on my way in and out to say hello.
On a whole a beautiful hotel and a lovely location and we would stay here again.
It was a great day to start here. We were greeted by Management n team. We had so much fun just to walk around the resort. Dont forget to say Hi! to Alex???? (you need to come here then you will know how special he is!!!) Love it. We will definately come back. Great job Anantara HuaHin????