Daily tai chi classes and private yoga sessions by request
What To Know
There are no elevators
An airport shuttle is available for an extra fee of $161.25 (per vehicle) each way
There are no televisions in the rooms, though they can be provided with an advance request
Parking on site
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Boutique resort nestled on the golden sand of Pak Nambran Bay, with private pools a splurge-worthy spa
The flagship of the Thai brand Aleenta, the Hua Hin resort has 22 individually designed residences just steps from the beach and commanding stunning sunset views over the Gulf of Thailand. It successfully plays up the romance quotient while catering to kids by having separate wings for families and couples. The Ayurah Spa offers an epicurean spa concept and a philosophy of “eat well, live well, be well, look good.” There’s a yoga practice area with instruction available, and there’s an emphasis on healthy choices among the Thai and international fare at the restaurants, one of which sources all ingredients from its own organic farm and other locavore suppliers.
In the Area
About three hours by car from Bangkok, Hua Hin has long between the holiday retreat for Thailand’s royal family, as well as the city’s elites and international tourists. The resort town’s attractions include the PlearnWan vintage market and Hua Hin Night Market, plus the Klai Kangwon Palace, a 1929 Spanish-style palace that’s still the King’s summer residence. (It’s invitation-only, but you can still admire the exterior.) Hua Hin is also a premier golf destination for Thai’s and visitors to the country. The resort is especially close to the Banyan Golf Club, as well as the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, whose name, quite aptly, means “Mountains with 300 Peaks” and whose limestone hills seem to rise straight from the Gulf of Thailand.