Travel to the Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa, overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. The beachfront hotel is only 15 minutes from Hua Hin Airport, linked by an air shuttle service to Bangkok International Airport.
Hilton Hua Hin is the tallest building in the city centre, at least for the time being, and it's prime location on the beach and in the middle of the tourist area provides magnificent views from the rooms and the corridors.
The hotel has several restaurants with serve okay food, a couple of bars, a spa, tennis and squash courts, and a huge outdoor pool with a separated kids' section and a waterslide.
We were travelling as an extended family -- me, my wife and son, and my parents -- and instead of two deluxe rooms we had booked, we got a suite with two separate bedrooms and a grande living room. All probably because Thais are so fond of small children.
The room was big, bed and amenities were excellent, but I still got a bit rundown feel of the place. Maybe it was because of our previous Sofitel experience in Bangkok or the beach resorts just tend to be somewhat worn already when they are built.
The breakfast was excellent in both quantity and quality, and it was served in a restaurant with excellent view to the pool and the sea -- patio tables are an option, too
We have just returned from an 8 night stay in August 2006 and found this hotel to be fantastic. Ideally located with a beautiful lobby, we were asked to sit while the desk clerk came to us with refreshments, checked us and in and then personally took us to our rooms!( which were beautiful with fab views over the bay). The service was excellent and all staff were helpful and polite. The pool area is gorgeous with connecting pools ( extremely large and plenty of room to sunbathe) Two steps down and you are on the beach.
Hua Hin itself is quaint and the night market is well worth a few visits. We went to the River Kwai and Floating Mkt from here and have no hesitation in recommending the hotel and resort wholeheartedly.
Unique Quality: Everything
hotel right on the beach, good size rooms (king size beds) All rooms have views of the Gulf.
Staff very friendly, polite and very helpful. Breakfast's are superb. plenty of sun loungers around the pool and garden area. Near all the shops, markets and restaurants. You must visit the white lotus restaurant on the 19th floor, the food and service were fantastic and the views are amazing
Unique Quality: Good food, Good service, Great Views. Very comfortable rooms.
This hotel is a true pleasure to stay at. Service was first class, rooms were large and the pool area is exceptional. Only complaint was that the view from our balcony (looking towards the Marriott) was poor and there was a lot of generator noise when sitting out there. I suggest that when booking, you ask for a room with a pool view.
Go for a walk along the beach and stop for lunch under a sea of umbrellas not far from the hotel. Beer, thai food and a relaxing sea view - what more could you ask for?
Make sure you have 'happy hour' drinks in the lobby bar (2 for 1) and listen to the man playing the xylophone.
Unique Quality: Pool, lobby bar, service.
Oct 2005 What can I say that's not been said before? This is a great hotel and all who work there try hard to ensure it remains so. Impressive foyer with attentive doormen and impressively organised reception. Very welcoming on arrival.
Had 2 connecting rooms which were fine with balconies big enough to sit out. Great views of the sea and land. Rooms were of a good size, clean and kept that way by the excellent service staff.
Eating in the room was great too. Very quick response at all hours with an impressive but cheap menu. Try the whole steamed seabass in lemon sauce. Mouthwatering!
The pool was a delight with plenty of sunbeds and even more pool staff! If you fancy the beach and sea then its right by the pool. Two well kept tennis courts for the energetic. Spa and loads of other facilities.
My first choice for hotels in Hua Hin
Unique Quality: Great views of the town from the landing.
Go for the "eat in the room service", you will not be disappointed!
Directions: Every driver knows where it is!
A gorgeous end to a fortnights stay in Thailand....
Unique Quality: Fantastic location right in the centre of town - close to shops, on the beach & filled with fantastic facilities!
Hotel has an huge pool, and extremely well equipped gym, an amazing breakfast buffet (and dining facilities) and the rooms extra large & extremely well appointed, with large balconies overlooking the sea!
Gorgeous, centrallised four star hotel right next to the beach.
Unique Quality: Couldn't fault the pool attendants - there was always one when we needed one.
The age old battle of claiming sunbeds was so apparnet here - the hotel supplied poolside towels from 7am, so if you wanted a good spot they were all taken up by 7:15!!! Thankfully the Hilton has the forsight to remove any beds blocked by towels if they are left unnoccupoed for more than an hour - and if you think by putting your book sun tan lotion or cap on the bed will stop them , think again! They take then and leave them behind the counter. We always liked to watch irate sunworshippers returning from a 2 hour breakfast to find someone else on "thier" bed! To be honest it made a vary fair system.
If you like a mix of both pool and sea the Hilton is an ideal choice, as the pool is excellent and only feet away is a semi-private small beach (not owned by the hotel, but may as well be) nice for a sea dip and them back to the sand-free poolside sunloungers!
the top floor restaurant is excellent, with stunning views, and the emphasis is on quality rather than quantity.
The spa is very good value, too.
Services here were top notch from the first time we stepped in to the time we checked out. Rooms are spacious and clean and the views spectacular. Great buffet breakfast. Do some comparison shopping for room rates if booking online. I booked directly through the Hilton website and surprisingly got a pretty good rate (for this class of accomodation) compared to other booking agencies.
The plush Melia Hua Hin is a part of the spanish owned Melia hotel chain ans was the first high-rise on Hua Hin.
We did not stay here. I just took a picture as we walked by the Tuk-Tuks lining the street..
As with large hotels in Thailand, excellent and gracious check-in and check-out routines. Well maintained facilities, each room has a balcony with most affording view of Gulf of Thailand.
Unique Quality: Centrally located in town offering easy access to just about everything. Hua Hin Brewing Co / Pub / Disco part of the hotel and is a lively (and loud) gathering spot for locals and farangs. Bars around the hotel close at midnight whereas the pub closes at 2 am. Hence, people form the bars move to the pub where they continue their partying. Fortunately, the pub is isolated enough and noise from the pub does not reach any part of the hotel.
Excellent suites with huge balconies.
Free Form pool with swim-up bar. Fast water slide and good toddler's pool. Nice mix of sun and shade. Pool staff not as attentive to guests as the Hyatt's - I'd give them a C+.
Restaurant has very expansive menu, offering Thai, Italian and Japanese dishes. Food comes out fairly quickly despite the vastness of choices. Teppanyaki bar excellent at keeping children amused at dinner.
Milestones lounge with live music nightly except Tuesdays. Billed as a jazz lounge but music is pop and not jazz.
Good concierge desk with knowledgable staff to help with booking outisde activities. The concierge desk is referred to as the Siam Adventure Club.
Movie theatre with comfy couches offering free movies 3 times daily. 9 am and 2 am shows are typically family oriented (Disney, etc.); 9 pm show a bit more "grown up" but no R-rated movies.
Adequate play room for children. Although activities are not as organized as at the Hyatt, crafts and activites for kids are free
Better than average work out facilities.
Excellent spa! Poolside massage services are a good value compared to other large resorts.
The Hilton is a high-rise hotel in a low-rise town and is located in a prime position on the beach front. Although a bit of an eye-sore for others, from within the hotel the views are wonderful with mountains to the west and the gulf of Thailand to the east.
Facilities are excellent with good sporting activities available including snooker, squash and tennis. The pool is also one of the best I've encountered with good facilities and service.
Unique Quality: Great pool, great views, great breakfast buffet.
Very spacious rooms and is just beside the beach along the rocky ones..This hotel is just around the Central Hotel and Sofitel..They serve great american breakfast..
Unique Quality: It's beside the beach..Overlooking the sunrise! Ask the frontdesk to have a beach side view room..
Directions: pics later...
Pure luxury beautiful room with a great view out to the ocean. Breakfast is a feast in itself and we treated ourselves to a day spa. Now it isn't cheap but like I said it was a treat. Of course if you are used to 5* travel it will be nothing knew but for thos eof us that want to spend money on travelling around the country it was like putting on comfy slippers.
Best booked over the net on one of the many accomodation sites.
Unique Quality: Beautiful rooms where the beds are turned down by invisible people!!!
Located in the center of Hua Hin, the Hua Hin Hilton hotel resort is right on the beach facing out across the Gulf of Thailand. The Hilton Hua Hin is one of the most famous Hua Hin hotels. Walk from the lobby of the Hilton Hua Hin Hotel and on the other side and you are right in the center of bars, restaurants and shopping. The Hilton Hua Hin hotel has been one of the most popular Hua Hin hotels. You can see Hilton Hua hin hotel photos with recent beach photos.
Unique Quality: New spa and massage center at the Hilton is popular. Large pools and gardens right to the beach. Hilton Hua Hin Rooftop Chinese restaurant has magnificent views. Ideal for those wishing a Hua hin hotel close to central area and beach.
Directions: 10 minutes from Hua Hin Airport, under 5 minutes from Hua Hin Railway station.
Please can anyone tell me if thay have stayed at the hilton, if so what is it like.Going in August.
I've had a few beers in their brewery attached to the hotel and had a great time, but I've not stayed in the hotel.
The hotel is great. Very Good location if you like to be in the CT... many restaurant around... Rooms are nice and clean, service is great....
On the other hand you may disappointed with the beach... so when u are there, rent a motorcycle and drive out of the CT for nice part of beach !
We stayed there in 03 and thought it was great lovley rooms, great breakfast and good pool area with plenty of beds. We treated ourselves to one of their spas which was a real treat. We didn't eat in any of the restaurants as there are plenty outside. Check our my Hua Hin pages for the views from the elevator.
Forgot to mention we were there in July even though we saw a fair bit of rain in Phuket we saw none in HH.
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Address: 33 Naresdamri Road, (formerly Melia Hua Hin), Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand