Founded on 24 of December 2005 on Chomsin Road, the old historical road in central of Hua Hin. The hotel has new and mordern rooms with Vango style decorated, situates in a good location,
<br>- 300 meters far from the beach. <br>- 200 meters far from Hua Hin Night Market Chomsin Hua Hin Hotel

Nearby Attractions

  • Hua Hin Night Market
    Hua Hin's famed night market is a popular among visitors and locals alike for souvenirs, clothing and general goods.

  • His Majesty the King's Summer Palace Klai Kang Won Klai Kang Won,

    His Majesty the King's Summer Palace Klai Kang Won Klai Kang Won, meaning 'far from worries', was designed with a European architectural feel and was built in the late 1920s by King Rama VII; it is still used as a summer palace by the present monarch. The palace consists of 3 Spanish style mansions facing the sea, and beside the royal residence are beautiful gardens. It is open daily from 9.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.

  • Marukhathaiyawan Palace

    Marukhathaiyawan Palace
    This beachside palace was formerly used as a royal summer residence by King Rama VI during the 1920s. The palace was designed by an Italian architect and built of golden teak.

  • Wat Khao Takiap

    Wat Khao Takiap
    Located at the southern end of Hua Hin beach, the temple-topped hill of Khao Takiap is well worth climbing for its scattering of Buddhist shrines and the panoramic views. Climb the steps of this mountain-side temple to get an excellent view of the bay. Keep an eye out for wild monkies on the cliffs and in the tree tops.

  • Hua Hin Railway Station

    Hua Hin Railway Station
    One of the oldest railway stations in Thailand, its most striking feature is the unique Royal Waiting Room, built in Thai architectural style.

  • Kaeng Krachan National Park

    Kaeng Krachan National Park
    Thailand's largest national park is located some 50 kilometres north-west of Cha-am. The park extends towards the Burmese border to the west, is characterised by forested hills and mountains and waterways, and has as a major focal point the Kaeng Krachan Dam, a 58-metre-high and 760-metre-long structure that dominates a scenic reservoir.

  • Pa-La-U Waterfall

    Pa-La-U Waterfall
    This beautiful, 15-tier waterfall is in the middle of rich and fertile virgin forest. It is located about 60 kilometres west of Hua Hin town centre. Water cascades down the fall throughout the year and various species of birds and butterflies can be found there, especially in the morning.

  • Sam Roi Yot National Park
  • Sam Roi Yot National Park
    This is the first national park by the sea, literally translated as 'three hundred peaks', covering more than 24,500 acres. Marshlands support a large variety of waterfowl species and the limestone masses are home to three popular caves: Phraya Nakhon, Kaeo and Sai. Phraya Nakhon Cave contains a pavilion, built in 1890 by King Rama V. It is said that when sunlight shines into the cave onto the pavilion, it makes the cave more beautiful than any other in Prachuap Khiri Khan. With a large number of ridges, Khao Sam Roi Yot (or the mountain of 300 peaks) stands as a landmark for seamen and also provides a good shelter for ships during a storm.

Golf Courses :

  • Springfield Royal Country Club

    Springfield Royal Country Club
    The course is generally considered as one of the premier golfing resorts in Thailand. The famous golfer Jack Nicklaus designed this course to meet the high demands of recognized championship golf, and yet it remains an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all standards.

  • Palm Hills Golf Club

    Palm Hills Golf Club
    The course is a garden paradise with over 40,000 mature palms and mountains all around. The 18 outcrop extends from the mountain range. Holes are arranged in two distinctive nine-hole sections, separated by the clubhouse and a rocky outcrop extending from the mountain range.

  • Majestic Creek Country Club

    Majestic Creek Country Club
    The course was designed by a local golf architect and is claimed to be a course needing to be played with imagination and skill. The journey to the course is interesting as the road passes through rural Thailand with small pineapple and sugarcane farms.

  • Imperial Lake View Golf Club

    Imperial Lake View Golf Club
    With a good championship length of more than 6900 yards from the back tees, the course has been designed to convey a sense of adventure. Greens are often hidden from the tees, but the well-defined fairways provide the necessary pointers for golfers to retain a sense of direction.

  • Royal Hua Hin Golf Course

    Royal Hua Hin Golf Course
    The first golf course in Thailand, it was built in 1924 and set among the rolling coastal hills. A notable hole is the 14th, with an exotic glimpse of a Buddhist temple halfway up a densely wooded slope.

  • Milford Golf Club

    Milford Golf Club
    The Milford course lies in a spectacular location, nestled in the valleys of a chain of mountains directly adjoining the coastline. Tourist information on Hua Hin and the surrounding area is available at the municipal office (032-511047, 532433) on the corner of Th Phetkasem and Th Damneon Kasem, a couple of hundred meters east of the train station. The office is open daily from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.