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89 Moo 5 Baan Hua Don, Nhongkae, Nong Kae, Hua Hin 77110 Thailand
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#7 of 80 in Nong Kae
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4.6
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The Bihai Huahin Resort is an exclusive private seaside resort located in the historic Huahin district, one of Thailand's oldest and most traditional town for both Thais and overseas visitor. Huahin is rich in cultural heritage and easy reach of Bangkok. With our 15 rooms, The Bihai Huahin Resort is designed as a Romantic Resort, Provide guest to explore 5 rooms with a private main pool access and other 10 rooms with a scenic view of mountain, sea, and beautiful pine forest. Guest can also enjoy their sky relaxing pool and their private beautiful garden.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Free breakfast
Beach
Babysitting
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
Parking
Wifi
Hot tub
Rooftop pool
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Complimentary tea
Complimentary welcome drink
Taxi service
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Chapel / shrine
Concierge
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
Umbrella
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Room features
Blackout curtains
Bathrobes
Air conditioning
Fireplace
Housekeeping
Private balcony
Coffee / tea maker
Bath / shower
Room service
Safe
Telephone
Bottled water
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Minibar
Refrigerator
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
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Mid-range
Languages Spoken
English, Thai
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twattam wrote a review Aug 2020
Hua Hin, Thailand11 contributions1 helpful vote
Very close to a beautiful beach and great restaurants. Staff are all superb. They are always on hand and very helpful. Nothing is too small a task. Excellent wi fi very fast and doesn't fail. Has it's own small restaurant and breakfast and meals available all to a high standard. I would recommend to anybody thinking of visiting Hue Hin.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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BKKBRIT wrote a review Mar 2019
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Located just 100 yards from the beach along a quiet lane this charming boutique property ticks many boxes for solo travellers, couples and families. The ground floor rooms enjoy direct pool access via a wooden deck and steps. There is also a small rooftop pool. The breakfast was perfectly satisfactory with a choice of Asian and western cooked dishes, cereals, fruit and cakes plus juices and coffee/tea. The staff were helpful and courteous. There is a small car park for about 6 cars at the main entrance. The rooms are well equipped and nicely furnished. This property is on the southern edge of the town of Hua Hin and so guests must consider transport options. Presumably the front desk staff will arrange taxis etc. Convenience stores such as 7/11 are within walking distance.The hotel is situated in a quiet location immediately adjacent to the Seapine golf course. There are seafood restaurants and snack bars on this section of the beach. Excellent value for money.
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Mike M wrote a review Mar 2018
Chiang Mai, Thailand61 contributions51 helpful votes
I found the Bihai by accident while looking for a nice hotel to celebrate my wife's and my first wedding anniversary. A little out of the way, it sits on a small soi (street) on the south end of Hua Hin, near Khao Takiab, where the "monkey temple" sits. The beach is a one minute walk away where you will find numerous beach-front restaurants and bars, a wide, beautiful stretch of sand, endless beach chairs and umbrellas (many of which can be used for free if you are eating at the restaurant/bar that owns them), and tons of friendly Thais waiting to serve you. Prices at the restaurants and bars are a little high, but you're sitting on the beach, so that's to be expected. The hotel itself is small, with only fifteen rooms on three floors. The ground floor rooms have balcony access to their own swimming pool and are priced accordingly. We had a third-floor room for which we paid 1800 baht per night (roughly $60 US), but I found it well worth the price. The rooms with access to the ground floor pool went for 2800 baht per night. We were there in mid-march, so the rooms are likely higher during "high season" (December-February). The rooms are large, very clean, and very comfortable. Every room/balcony looks out over the neighboring golf course, so your views are pleasant. There is a small but very nice swimming pool on the roof for the other rooms to utilize (you can't access the ground floor pool unless you are staying in one of those rooms). An excellent breakfast is included in the price. You are within walking distance of a 7-11 in case you want to grab some beer/booze/wine/snacks to take back to your room. One of the very few negatives about this place is that there's no ice machine, so you'll need to grab some ice for your drinks. One other marginally negative aspect is taht you are away from the middle of town, so you'll need transportation back to the action (taxi/motorbike rental). Otherwise, the service, location, and facilities were all excellent. I thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would have no problem whatsoever staying here again. If you're looking for a really nice hotel at a reasonable price, this is it.
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Date of stay: March 2018
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Natasha R wrote a review Dec 2017
Bangkok, Thailand13 contributions
Stayed here for 2 nights, the hotel is very clean and well taken care of - the staff are extremely friendly and accommodating. They only have about 15 rooms in total, and the grounds are very small, but they make it up with good service and a great buffet breakfast. The pools are nice to have right there at your door - my son loved to jump in, the public beach is walking distance, and has 3 good restaurants right there for convenience. Overall we really liked this place - was good value for money and worked for our small family. The Wifi doesn't always work though, on the second floor it's very good, but in the downstairs areas it cuts off often.
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Date of stay: December 2017
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Room Tip: Wifi in the upstairs rooms works better
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NatRLim wrote a review Dec 2017
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The hotel is really cute - small but great service! The staff are very accommodating and attentive and are always there to help and support. The breakfast was really good, with a lot of variety which was really nice! The pool right outside your room is nice - my son loved to jump right in and swim, and the large porch was great for having a relaxing evening after a long day. There is free WiFi throughout the hotel, but it didn't really work downstairs...but upstairs it worked very well. The location of the hotel is alright, it's walking distance from a public beach which has 3 restaurants there for lunches or dinners with fresh seafood and a variety of Thai dishes. The beach is a public beach, so it's quite dirty, I wouldn't recommend small children swimming in it, but it's great for walks or just to sit and chill.
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Date of stay: December 2017
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Room Tip: Wifi works better on the 2nd floor
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Songwut L wrote a review Dec 2017
Bangkok, Thailand77 contributions10 helpful votes
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When we travel, we usually hang out at the resort, but for this trip we plan to visit places and eat out for most of our trip. So we didn't want to spend much on accommodation and didn't bother with the facilities they would have. Since we are travelling with a small child, we thought that a hotel/resort with a pool would be great. We came upon Bihai which looks really nice and seems to be comfortable. My wife and I didn't expect much since we just wanted a place to sleep. The resort seems to be in the middle of no where, with all the turns and alleys we had to drive through - but it is not that remote. Upon arriving we were greeted by friendly staffs who had taken us to our rooms. We've booked 2 rooms. 1 was the ground floor room with pool access and the other on the first floor for our nanny. As we entered the room, we were quite surprised. Don't let this "small" resort/hotel fool you. The rooms are spacious and the layout is modern. The decor eliminates all doubts you would have for a resort/hotel in a secluded area. Overall for this place, I'd say it was beyond expectations. The break down of the place: Rooms - we got a pool access room. There is a deck where you can sit and chill and watch your kid swim. In the evening its a great place to sit and chill, or play games by the pool on your very own deck. The only down side of pool access would be if you have noisy neighbors who would be swimming and screaming in the pool. But so far during our trip, we didn't encounter any so that was great. Breakfast/Kitchen- Honestly I was swept away with the breakfast. I usually judge the breakfast with 2 items - bacon and sausage. Usually small resorts and hotels do not provide bacon, and even a 5 star hotel that provides bacon are usually emptied out. Sausage - small budget hotels/resorts use sausages which contains more doughy like ingredients (typical in Thailand) to substitute for the proteins. But not this place. They provide constant flow of bacon and sausages you'd buy for home use. There are a variety of breakfast choices, English: eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, toast - Asian: Fried rice, soup, stir fry. There's also coffee (not like most places where it is brewed in a coffee pot), you get cappucino, latte, mocha, etc. No tea though. Theres also cereal and 3 types of juices. I'd say overall their breakfast is pretty impressive. I can't say whether the restaurant is open for lunch, but it is definitely not open for dinner. The restaurant is to serve breakfast only - I think. But about 200 meters down towards the beach there is a seafood restaurant. Or if you'd like to have something fresh from the market, you can contact the staff. The hotel staff will assist with your order from the seafood market. Atmosphere - quiet and cozy. Friendly staff willing to help through out your stay. Beach - 200 meters down the alley you will come to a public beach. The shore line seems to have been eroded as the waves comes up to the road. Waves seems to be quite strong (quite violent compared to other beaches in Thailand) and by the looks of it possible undertow. Apart from that it is a long stretch of beach where you can take a stroll.
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Date of stay: December 2017
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Room Tip: Corner room are larger Pool Access Room might not be quiet sometimes
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kev_deb2012 wrote a review Nov 2017
Bangkok, Thailand959 contributions175 helpful votes
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This hotel is well and truly out of the main part go Hua His, but that is just how we liked it. It is only a 1 minute walk from the lobby to when you can have sand between your toes. Out room (305) was very clean, it had a unique room layout, great balcony, bed a little firm for me but very nice. Good western breakfast on first day second day buffet style not so good.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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KittyTerry wrote a review Oct 2017
Phitsanulok8 contributions2 helpful votes
Visit there 2 nights on level 3, deluxe room. Spacious fit family of 5 ( parents and 6,4,2 years old). Very good location considering minimart, kids friendly beach and fresh seafood with reasonable prices. Love the beach there as only walk 2 mins. Still very natural, sand is not so white and smooth but still have baby fish, crab and lot of Hermit Crabs!! Kids Spent 8 hrs on the beach both day!! - internet .. good - service .. very good - bed .. food - breakfast .. not so variety , only buffet on weekend. - cleanliness.. good - pool: 20 x 6 m and i reckon it is only good if u book for pool access room as the entry is not so accessible - Rooftop pool: 5 x 6 m if u r lucky , this could be your private pool :) Bad side which is the most concern is only the hot water in shower. Changed room once as no hot water but the new room still had no hot water. Besides this is all good. Anyway after long day on the beach , cold shower is fine for us. If u r after the family oriented trip, highly recommend. But if u r after romantic style, not here
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Traveled
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Kanet N wrote a review Sep 2017
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I impressed on service of staffs. This place quite close to the beach and quite far from mini mart so it good if you need quiet place for rest. Nice room, Modern Design, I had a room that balcony connected to the pool it's very nice and convenient if you love to swim.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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Room Tip: quiet floors, new room
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531872479 wrote a review Mar 2017
Beijing, China10 contributions11 helpful votes
It's a very small hotel. Only had 15 or so rooms. 500 meters to the sea. The beach here is not so good. The hotel is very far away from the city. The balcony was excellent and comfortable other than mosquitoes. The room was very dark even with lights on. The staff here is friendly but not very good at English. They can help rent motorbike and minivan transfer service to Bangkok, but they make money over this. the price is a bit high. the breakfast is same everyday.
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Date of stay: March 2017
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Room Tip: Rooms on the ground floor have access to the pool, but have no twin beds room.
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PRICE RANGE
$41 - $57 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
ThailandPrachuap Khiri Khan ProvinceHua HinNong Kae
NUMBER OF ROOMS
15
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Bihai Hua Hin
Which popular attractions are close to The Bihai Hua Hin?
Nearby attractions include Khao Takiab Beach (0.2 miles), Wat Khao Takiap (0.6 miles), and Buddha Statue (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Bihai Hua Hin?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at The Bihai Hua Hin?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at The Bihai Hua Hin?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at The Bihai Hua Hin?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Bihai Hua Hin?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Beach at Anantasila, Air Space Hua Hin, and Three Chefs.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Bihai Hua Hin?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does The Bihai Hua Hin have airport transportation?
Yes, The Bihai Hua Hin offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at The Bihai Hua Hin?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at The Bihai Hua Hin?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Thai.
Are there any historical sites close to The Bihai Hua Hin?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Klai Kang Won Palace (5.6 miles).