Great views, rooftop pool, nice bar and good breakfast 😊
We stayed in the bungalows before and this time we were in the main building. It was great. You still can't eat the breakfast.
My wife and I have stayed at this resort 5 times over the last 15 years. The resort has beautiful architecture, although the rooms could use updating. We stay in a lanai room just off the main pool with great ocean views. The Thai food at this resort is excellent (my wife is Thai), Prices very reasonable. ...
Very nice staff and close to all in Hua Hin. Not on the beach directly but close by tuk tuk or scooter
Very Comfortable, perfect lounge and funny for my son
No complaints. Everything is great. Late at night usually past mid night We heard some booming loud music near by.
The hotel is at the very last end of the city. The centre is around 5km away. There is a hotel shuttle but practically never available when you need it. During the week only after 12.00. Really practical when you want to ve in the centre before afternoon. You will need taxis to everywhere . Taxis ...
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