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Most popular areas in Hua Hin for 4-star hotels

Most of Hua Hin’s 4-star hotels are speckled along the city’s expansive white-sand beachfront – from the cluster of upscale hotels on Hua Hin’s northern border, down through the buzzing central area, and south toward the modern Khao Takiab town. Staying along the unblemished beachfront means you’ll have immediate access to the balmy ocean waters, as well as the city’s sprawling neon-kissed streets, full of markets and restaurants. A handful of tranquil 4-star resorts dot Hua Hin’s inland countryside, too.

Top 4-star hotels in Hua Hin

The G Hua Hin Resort and Mall is a luxurious modern hotel based beside Hua Hin’s main railway station. Enjoy a flashy fitness center, airy guestrooms, and a shimmering outdoor pool. The D Varee Diva Kiang Haad Beach boasts immaculate, spacious guestrooms with balconies offering ocean and city views, alongside 2 outdoor pools and a restaurant. The Royal Pavilion Huahin is perfectly positioned between the beach and bustling city center – here, you can pamper yourself in a full-service spa and relax on the rooftop terrace.

Where to find the best restaurants in Hua Hin

Hua Hin champions fresh seafood cuisine – from steamed mussels infused with local spices and drizzled in lime to heaps of hefty grilled prawns. Many upscale local favorite seafood restaurants can be found along the central Phetkasem Road. The modern Khao Takiap town, meanwhile, hosts several glitzy seafood restaurants ready to welcome international travelers – these restaurants offer al fresco seating with dazzling ocean views. For a variety of fine dining – including delicate European dishes – look to the in-house restaurants of Hua Hin’s upscale hotels.

The most popular things to do in Hua Hin

The first thing you’ll want to do in Hua Hin is head to the beach, an expansive stretch of soft and wide sugary-white sand that dips into balmy blue ocean waters. Because of its size, the beach always offers plenty of space – there are horse riding and jet skiing opportunities, too. History buffs and architecture enthusiasts can embark on a whistle-stop tour of Hua Hin’s royal residences – the Mrigadayavan Palace, north of the center, displays interlinked teak corridors and flower-rich bright green gardens, while the Klai Kang Won Palace, near the center, is an early 20th-century royal retreat built in a Spanish architectural style. Culture vultures and splurging shoppers, meanwhile, can’t miss the Cicada Market, a thrumming open air arts market where dozens of stalls sell handmade crafts, clothing, and jewelry.

Best ways to get around Hua Hin

Like many of Thailand’s cities, Hua Hin offers a unique selection of public transport options – instead of traditional taxicabs, you’ll find that tuk-tuks and songthaews are in abundance throughout the central streets. Tuk-tuks are 3-wheeled, doorless taxicabs, and songthaews are pick-up trucks transformed into shared taxis – both make for a fun and inexpensive way to explore the city. Traditional taxicabs are available, too, but best booked in advance from your 4-star Hua Hin hotel.

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