5 Star Hotels in Hua Hin
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- Hua Hin Night Market
- Cha-am Beach
- Pak Nam Pran Beach
- Hua Hin Railway Station
- Hua Hin Market Village
- Wat Khao Takiab
- Cicada Market
- Hua Hin Shopping Mall
- Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
- Puek Tian Beach
- Black Mountain Golf Club
- The Venezia Hua Hin
- Black Mountain Water Park
- Plearnwan Market
- The Banyan Golf Club
- San Paulo Hua Hin Hospital
- Sea Pines Golf Course
- Pa La-U Waterfalls
- Kui Buri National Park
- Imperial Lake View Golf Club
Five Star Hua Hin hotels
Most popular areas in Hua Hin for 5-star hotelsIn the buzzing coastal city of Hua Hin, neon-drenched streets – full of markets, bars, and boutiques – cascade toward the sun-kissed, hotel-fringed beach. Along this vast beachfront, you’ll find a handful of high-end 5-star hotels offering glimmering ocean views. These seaside getaways are speckled from the northern end of Hua Hin’s coast down to the southern end – the midpoint offering the most energetic atmosphere. Slightly inland, you’ll find a few glitzy and idyllic 5-star spa retreats.
Top 5-star hotels in Hua HinThe Intercontinental Hua Hin Resort is an elegant, palm-studded beachfront hotel with full-service spa and 2 shimmering outdoor pools – not to mention a selection of 4 fine in-house restaurants. The Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa is a glitzy high-rise hotel, based beside the beach, with airy modern rooms complete with ocean-view balconies. Here, you’ll enjoy a pampering full-service spa and outdoor tennis courts. Sheraton Hua Hin Pranburi Villas, meanwhile, offers exclusive villa rentals with private pools and spa services.
Where to find the best restaurants in Hua HinHua Hin’s cuisine scene revolves around delectable, freshly caught seafood – from refreshing salads specked with grilled shrimp to bowls of lime-drizzled steamed mussels. Discover Hua Hin’s top seafood restaurants nearby the beachfront – there are some upscale local restaurants sprinkled along the Phetkasem Road, while some more upper-end internationally-driven restaurants rest atop Khao Takiab hill, offering al fresco ocean-view dining. For the most high-end seafood, dine in Hua Hin’s 5-star hotel restaurants – here, you can also enjoy fine European menus.
The most popular things to do in Hua HinHistory buffs can’t miss seeing the Mrigadayavan Palace, an early 20th-century seafront summer palace based just north of Hua Hin. Elegant interlinked teak timber corridors – raised on stilts – wind around bright green lawns studded with peaceful trees. The Huay Mongkol Temple is another key Hua Hin historic sight. Based inland, slightly away from the central city, the temple is nestled in a sprawling, lush park dotted with ponds and pavilions. The temple is crowned by a giant statue of Luang Phor Thuad, a revered Buddhist monk. Back in central Hua Hin, sun-seekers flock to the sugary white sands of Hua Hin beach, and splash in the calm, balmy waters. Art fiends can experience truly local Hua Hin culture at the Cicada Market, an open-air arts market selling handmade crafts, clothing, and jewelry.
Best ways to get around Hua HinCruise around Hua Hin’s winding streets and seafront roads by tuk-tuk – small brightly-colored 3-wheeled taxicab-cum-motorbikes. These are in abundance across the city, and can be hailed on the street. Traditional taxicabs are less popular in Hua Hin, but can be booked in advance from your 5-star hotel. Many of Hua Hin’s ritzy hotels also offer an airport shuttle service, and some offer area shuttle services, which will whisk you comfortably between key city locations.
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