Wora Bura Hua Hin Resort & Spa
What We Love
- An elegant five-star resort just moments from a white-sand beach, including breakfast and extrasThe aroma of Thai herbs in the blissfully tranquil Wora Spa
- Dining on the open-air terrace of Rak Talay Restaurant
- Taking a short stroll to Cicada Night Market to try the local street food
What To Know
- The hotel runs a free shuttle in and out of central Hua Hin
- There's not a ton of places within walking distance, but it is located across from the popular Cicada market
- WiFi is poor
Sharp lines and conceptual furnishings have been eschewed for a more romantic, old-world aesthetic at the five-star Wora Bura Hua Hin Resort & Spa. Though this luxury retreat was opened in 2005, it’s reminiscent of 19th century Thailand, with intricate architectural details and a peaceful garden setting.
There are 77 rooms, a choice of restaurants and bars, and a quiet spa where Thai and Western techniques are fused. Relax by the freeform pool or under the shade of a frangipani tree with a good read in hand. Should you wish to get sand between your toes, you won’t have to wander far; the powder-soft Hua Hin Beach is visible from the resort and a mere few minutes’ walk away.
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the best massage u will ever get. Lovely staff and very competent, Can only recommend them highly. Hotel is stunning and the staff nice and polite and very helpful. Much cheaper than others in town and better
Wora Bura is the most beautiful resort in Hua Hin. The location is great. There is a lovely market within a short walking distance away. The room is spacious and clean. Staff are super friendly. I will definitely visit again
I went there with friends and family. We all were so impressed by the hotel's hospitality. It made our stay happy and full of fun. Seaside restaurant, Rak Talay, served reasonable price and fresh seafood. Rooms are great. Will come back for sure.
There is no doubt that this is a beautiful hotel - from the reception area all the way down to the beach. The gardens are beautiful and immaculately maintained by the garden staff who have the sisyphean task of clearing the fallen leaves and flowers each day and keeping the lawns pristine. The swimming pool is large and was somewhat underused during the week we were there. We were offered a discounted upgrade when we arrived at the hotel and since this wouldn't add too much to our bill we accepted. Our villa was exceptionally luxurious - spacious, well-appointed, near the pool and the beach and with a large wooden terrace that housed a jacuzzi. For the beauty of the hotel in general I would definitely give it a five star rating. However, there were one or two things which detracted from an otherwise wonderful visit. Firstly, the bane of our nights were the mosquitos - I don't know how many we killed overall but I do recall that we killed 12 during one particularly sleep-deprived night. I would strongly recommend that the hotel installs mosquito nets around the beds. Secondly, although staff were keen and helpful they seemed to lack training. If cutlery falls on the floor it shouldn't be put back on the table, for example. Thirdly, the hotel could do with some renovations - loose wallpaper and difficult to open doors take the gloss off the location. I'm loathe to pick fault, especially considering how special the hotel is, but with just a few adjustments the Wora Bura could be exceptional rather than just very good.
The resort obviously attracts more elderly tourists. Its very quite and has a lot of greenery. The room is old style, spacious and clean. The breakfast was standard. We appreciated the quite and relaxing ambiance. We will come back.