Located on the Gulf of Siam, Anantara Hua Hin feels reminiscent of an ancient Thai village. Exotic interiors, attentive service, and the surrounding tropical gardens make this resort and spa one of the most romantic and luxurious hideaways in Southeast Asia.
Nestled in 14 acres of beautifully luxuriant tropical gardens, this picturesque low-rise hideaway resort has a beachfront location on the sunrise shore of the Gulf of Thailand and offers a uniquely Thai experience. Anantara Hu Hin is a boutique hotel - small enough to feel private and secluded, but big enough to offer an excellent range of services and options. Select from rooms facing the gardens, lagoon or Gulf of Siam. All have outstanding features to be discovered. An invitation to become a whole new you.
Join us for our compulsory New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner on 31 December 2018 for all guests staying at the resort. Priced at THB 6,900 per adult and THB 3,450 per child between 4 – 11 years old. Prices are subject to 7% government tax and 10% service charge.
Hua Hin Night Market (5 km)
Savour the real taste of Hua Hin in the most colourful night spot in town with a wide range of food, drinks, desserts and memorable souvenirs available. - Hat Khao Tao (10 km) A small beach featuring a large Buddha image which faces out to sea.
Khao Takiap Vantage Point (16 km)
Enjoy a bird’s eye view of Hua Hin, as well as the giant golden Buddha Statue standing against a cliff.
Maruekkhathaiyawan Palace (10 km)
The royal summer seaside palace, referred to as “the palace of love and hope” and built in 1923 using golden teakwood.
Sam Roi Yot National Park (63 km)
A coastal national park with limestone mountains and mangrove swamps that also hosts various kinds of local and migrating birds, particularly from November to February.
Pa La U Waterfall (63 km)
A beautiful 11-tiered rock waterfall where many birds and butterflies can be found, especially in the morning.
Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park (70 km)
Home of Phetchaburi’s well-known 19th century palace, constructed in Thai, neoclassical Western and Chinese architectural styles and located on a 92-metre high verdant hill.
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market (100 km)
The largest and most famous floating market in Thailand.