Stayed here with a couple of friends and so I had the chance to see a few villas such as 147, 151 etc. We all stayed in e one bedroom deluxe villas. Generally I find the villas quite well maintained and although some spots such as behind the bed and e outside tub is not very clean, given e size of e villas I can understand. The one bedroom deluxe villas really have 2 full sized ensuite rooms in 2 small separate buildings and so it is possible to stay 4 adults per villa. If you are w friends this is e better option but for a couple you will enjoy the privacy and the open space. The wc is situated inside e enclosed bathroom but e shower n tub are both in the open portion of the bathroom and if you are someone who is afraid of the dark you will not enjoy it. I find the pool n the deck area v clean as well but I saw a villa with a muddy pool however tis was not assigned to any guests and I saw them cleaning the pool the next day with a big filter machine. Actually I have no complaint with the villas and given the rates I paid It was very good value for money. The breakfast area was also very nice and all food were covered up to prevent insects from falling onto them. The egg station is very good serving up all kinds of eggs imaginable including eggs benedict. Many selection of pastries and fresh bread too which we enjoyed. Every morning we have a very relax and unhurried having breakfast here. And the coffee is great. You can have cupacino and lattes instead of just brewed coffee. The staff and the on duty manager, Kate, was really nice and friendly. We made lots of requests and have many questions for her which she readily answered. Wifi coverage is a problem but you can always call them and they will reset it. Overall I like the resort it wasnt as bad as how some reviews made it out to be. It was really pretty well maintained, huge and a very relaxing place. Yes it is not brandnew but i can see them making an effort to upkeep the place and some villas were under renovation when I was there. Some villas even have flat screen tv but most have the old boxy tv.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- AKA Resort Hua Hin offers private villas inspired by Thailand's meditative traditions. Tucked away in the hills of Hua Hin, the resort's private villas showcase elegant design and amenities. Personal infinity pools and nature open spas provide guests with a private oasis amidst Thailand's tropical landscape. Reflecting Hua Hin's unique cultural heritage, AKA Resort Hua Hin is a rejuvenating and peaceful retreat from the stresses of daily life. Each villa is infused with an ambience of tranquility, permeating the pools, terraces, and sala rooftop gardens.AKA Resort Guti translates Thailand's traditional monastery experience into an exclusive villa getaway. Nestled in the hills of Hua Hin, the resort offers private villas, each one inspired by meditative Thai traditions and elegant Thai architecture. With infinity pools and garden terraces, the exclusive villas provide relaxing sanctuaries amidst tropical landscapes and panoramic view of Hua Hin. Hua Hin's history as a retreat destination for Thailand's monarchy affords the area with an air of nobility and tranquility, steeped in traditional Thai luxury. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Aka Hotel Resort And Spa
- Aka Hotel Hua Hin