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What We Love

  • Marble baths feature separate rainfall showers
  • The Spa Indochine offers in-room and oceanfront sala treatments
  • Private beach and two pools give kids and adults separate spaces to splash and play

What To Know

  • Room service is available 24/7
  • No pets or service animals are permitted

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Seaside sleep on the Thai Riviera with private terraces, two pools and gourmet Pan-Asian fare

The Lowdown

Designer Duangrit Bunnag makes a statement at the 79-room Hotel de la Paix, where traditional Thai stylings take a backseat to chic austerity. The main accommodations are set within two-story, wood-paneled bunkers that frame a central lap pool and unfold toward the sea. Inside, sleek furnishings and plush linens soften the sharp minimalism of the hotel’s exterior. Two restaurants offer a selection of Pan-Asian and Mediterranean cuisine, and the sexy Red Bar serves as the backdrop for everything from casual happy hours to A-list parties. The Spa Indochine is a sinful alternative to an afternoon on the private beach, while two pools give kids and adults separate spaces to splash and play.

In the Area

Just 125 miles south of Bangkok, Cha Am offers easy access to the beach resort spoils of Hua Hin. Take advantage of the hotel’s free shuttle into town for artisan shopping and a taste of local flavor. Your concierge can also arrange a cultural tour of the region, including a stop at Maruekhathaiyawan Palace, a 1920s-era relic commissioned under King Rama VI. Visit Kaeng Krachan, Thailand’s largest national park, to check out local flora and fauna along a scenic self-guided hike. You may even spot a herd of elephants running wild. The real draw in Cha Am is, of course, the stunning shoreline, so save time for sunbathing and snorkeling at the hotel’s private beach.

How to Get There

SO Sofitel Hua Hin
115 Moo 7, Tambol Bangkao
Cha-am, 76120 Thailand

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 540 Reviews
Excellent hotel well recommend
Reviewed 2 days ago

Excellent hotel I would recommend this hotel to everyone... I couldn't ask for anything more. Very nice staff that would go out of there way to help you.
Very clean and beautiful food.
Also had a beach party night on the last Saturday of the month was absolutely great.

Supreme place
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Great experience in this place, their staff are friendly and kind. They took us tour in the hotel. The room is quite and chic. Breakfast is various, clean, safety and fresh. There is nice view closely the sea. Cheer

Our memorable honeymoon
Reviewed 5 days ago

I initially planned for 1 night stay at So Sofitel Huahin during my Bangkok Honeymoon, but when we were there, the hotel is so beautiful and the staffs are so friendly and the most important things is their bed are so comfy. We instantly decided to extend one more night there.
We are so happy and I will recommend this hotel to all my friends.

I would like to personally say thank you for Khun Ja, Pakbung, Aoffy for this trip. I can see that they are talented and passionate for their job and deserve credit for their effort.

Serene and unique
Reviewed 1 week ago

A spectacular property with some very quirky and peculiar designs. The room we chose had an interesting bunk bed area for the kids which they quite enjoyed .the breakfast spread is extremely nice and the beach is stunning. The two pools are extraordinarily pretty and calming

Pure relaxation
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I stay at SO/ Sofitel Hua Hin for two weeks. It is end of November and I am a single traveler. This venue is the perfect spot either for a romantic holiday with your beloved partner or for a relaxing trip with all your kids and family. Both parties will find a highly recommended hotel environment. The private beach is lovely, kids will find so much things to do and parents can relax at the pool watching their kids playing.

The staff is absolutely marvelous especially the guest manager Mr. Thuaksuban. He really takes care of you in a very individual and generous way.

Beside that the Sofitel brand seems to have learned to worship customer loyalty recently. Compared to the near past they now look after the loyalty program and the corresponding customer benefits. That is new, and I appreciate that.

The only two negative points: 1) Better bring your own sun protection items because they offer just very expensive ones at the SPA. 2) It Is hard to find a relaxing spot without music (I personally prefer the sound of the sea instead of The Sound Of Music…). But if you let the bar staff know they will immediately do their best to turn down the volume which is great. Nevertheless I would appreciate to find relaxing places without any sound except waves, wind and birds.

As the resort is about 30km / 19miles out of Hua Hin you can imagine it is a very quiet neighborhood. For a single traveler maybe, a bit too quiet… But the resort offers a very comfortably and absolute reliable shuttle service for a very small fee (about 7 USD for a return ticket).

I look very forward to my upcoming second week and highly recommend this hotel. For everybody who looks for stylish and relaxed luxury. I will go back to work extremely relaxed and full of energy.

Dr. Jo