We booked two interconnecting rooms for us and our two kids (aged 9 and 11). On check-in we were informed that the rooms only connected through the balcony and no other rooms were available. We suffered two nights with the children coming back and forth through the balcony due to feeling insecure. The rooms were a little tired, basic and quite small. The bathroom was not the 5 star standard I would expect in Thailand, overall not much attention to detail at all.
Eventually, they upgraded us as there were no other interconnecting rooms available. We ended up in two club rooms with interconnecting doors for three days. These rooms were substantially better with thought given to the decoration and they were in very good condition. We gained some more space in each room as they had added the balcony space into the room to make a seating area, which was really nice for the kids. The rooms overlooked the club pool, again this made them pleasant.
The food on all the restaurants was very good, we like our food to be tasty and full of flavour and the restaurants did not disappoint. The Thai restaurant was particularly enjoyable, being outside with floor seating.
The location of the hotel is quite good. We were close to a small town, it cost us 150 baht to go to the large mall, Market Village. It was around 10 minutes away. There are lots of massage places on the way, ridiculously cheap too.
We booked spa treatments at The Barai, an amazing breathtaking building. The treatments were very good, not excellent due to therapist's slight oversight. I booked 1 hour massage (awesome) followed by a 90 minute facial. She proceeded with both treatments one after the other without a break, or offering a break/refreshment or checking if I was comfortable. As it happened, I ended up with a mild back ache due to lying down so long! Not her fault of course.
The pool was great fun as it had a MASSIVE water slide. The kids went crazy on it! The beach was well kept and clean but it was far too windy to stay that long and the water was very choppy. There is a kids menu in all restaurants and a kids club. The kids watched a lot of TV when they were there at the club. On request, staff were happy to take out painting activities at a cost of around 400 baht each.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay. It was relaxed and laid back. All staff were courteous and always said hello when passing. I wouldn't go there again as there are many other hotels to choose from in the near vicinity and this wasn't really mind blowing stuff.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hyatt Regency Hua Hin is a premier beachfront resort ideal for families, honeymooners and couples who are looking for a relaxing and enjoyable vacation. The hotel enjoys a 250 meter stretch of prime white sand beach, plus lush tropical gardens and swimming pools. THE BARAI, the hotel's brand-new residential suite and luxury spa destination, is a sanctuary for beauty, pampering and wellness. Hyatt Regency Hua Hin also offers Pet-Friendly programme to welcome you and your pet as our guests. The resort has assigned five pet-designated Deluxe Rooms in the same area for guests with dog or cat up to 10 kgs. With advance reservations, the resort will provide a bed and bowl to be arranged in the room with a supplemental charge of only THB 800 per night fee plus tax and service charge per reservation. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hyatt Regency Hua Hin Hotel Hua Hin
- Hua Hin Hyatt Regency
- Hyatt Hua Hin