Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa Hotel

, Hua Hin, Thailand
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Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa Hotel

33 Naresdamri Rd - Hua Hin - 77110 - Thailand 32-512888
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Great luxury
Submitted by: Peter in 04/09/07
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: Netherlands
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
A very good choice in this little city south of Bangkok. Enough facilities, great restaurants. Excellent hotel!

Historical Traveller Reviews of Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa Hotel

Simply the best!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Where do I start. I have been coming to Hua Hin for the last fifteen years, and have stayed in all the various hotels in the area. However for the last six years my wife and I have spent two weeks in August at the Hilton, why you may ask? it is really simple, service, service, service, The new manager at this hotel is Mr. Thomas Hoeborn, you could not ask for a more professional guy. Believe it or not he actually answers all his own E mails. I found this out last year when I made a "Special Request" because it was our 25th Wedding Aniversary. We got V.I.P. Treatment for the whole two weeks, room upgrades, the works!! Give him my regards next time you Email him!!

Also the other reason the Hilton is great is that everything is on the doorstep, local food, clubs bars, and totally safe. I have ofetn left shopping in bars etc. and gone back the following day and been given it back!! Also the king and Queen live very close by so there is no messing!!

Also when you stay go to the Hua Hin Brewing company bar attached to the hotel at about 10.30pm It stays open until 2.00am and there is live music everynight plus a disco!! it has a really smashing atmosphere. If you go earlier the food served outside by Johnny and his staff is really good!! Well worth a try.

Well there is not a great deal more that I can say other than we will be staying for another two weeks this August. Hope to see you there!!

Simply fabulous!

from mitsubishiash
From the moment we arrived to the moment we left, The Hilton Hua Hin never failed to exceed our expectations. My wife and I stayed for 6 nights while on honeymoon and we ended up wishing we'd never gone on to Bangkok and Hong Kong. That is not meant as a slur on either location, but simply serves to illustrate how much we loved this hotel. The staff are fantastic - polite, helpful, knowledgeable and plentiful. The lobby looks amazing, with sumptuous sofas and a huge glass wall looking out to the pool at the rear of the hotel. The rooms are more than adequate - the beds are large and very comfortable, the furniture is tastefully modern and the balconies have a great view. And as for the power shower in the bathroom, wow! The room service is incredibly reasonable. Expensive by Thai standards I suppose but the food was the best we had on our whole trip. The breakfast was without doubt the best hotel buffet breakfast we've ever had. We had the all the usual choices - huge cooked breakfast selection, huge selection of meats, cheeses, cereals, juices etc and even things like Thai green curry and rice, hot and spicy soups. It was all so tasty and there was so much of it I never needed lunch! The pool is lovely and has a small slide for the kids, a large outdoor Jacuzzi and a swim up bar for snacks and drinks. If you manage to drag yourself away from the pool, the beach is just a few feet away and the Hilton is perfectly located for shopping trips in Hua Hin - you literally just have to walk out the door and you are there. There are many great bars, restaurants and excursions available nearby - animal lovers must go to go to Monkey Mountain - and when you arrive back at the hotel you've just got to go to the Hilton Spa. Now there are many establishments offering massage and many other kinds of therapies but there is nowhere like the Hilton Spa and the premium you pay is well worth it. We paid around £50 each for a joint programme that lasted nearly 4 hours and included a citrus and cinnamon bath an incredible facial and an amazing Thai massage, all in the most luxurious of surroundings with two masseurs. I really cannot speak highly enough of the Hilton Hua Hin. I do not usually like visiting the same place more than once but I'd go back here in a heartbeat. And I didn't even mention the tennis courts, gymnasium, sushi restaurant, World News Café or cinema with comfy sofas - if I had I'd have been here all day!

A 5* Holiday

from A TripAdvisor Member
What can i say, i stayed in in june 2005 with 2 friends from university...with out a doubt the best, most comfortable welcoming and unforgettable holiday i have ever had! I could never find a place better than cuba for a long time, until i came to thailand and stayed here in Hua Hins FINEST Hilton! It was more than i had expected for the price i paid. I dont think i can fault the hotel at all...apart from the pool being closed on the last two days of our stay for renovation, but sure that has to be done at some stage in the year! It didnt bother me in the least, the beach was a footstep away and gorgeous(walk further down, it gets better). The hotel provided us with a two night free dinner buffet in the resturant and 1st alcohol drink free for both nights due to the pool being closed, they are remarkable people. All smiling and helping, holding up doors etc. Even the locals i met in clubs and bars, outstanding...one girl called Ae she works in the hairdressers facing the hotel, she became friendly with me and my friends after i got my hair done in her salon. She and her friends would come out partying with us at night and sent rice and all sorts of nice foods to our hotel room as surprises, they even took us to the big markets on motor bikes and bought my god child an outfit...now just were to do find people like that? Thai people are so friendly and would bend over backwards for you.

I can go on and on about how beautiful the beach and pool and hotel was but you can just look at my pics and see for yourself! If it gives you any idea of the class of this hotel, one night when we were leaving to go for dinner in town...a whole police squad showed up outside the hotel, everyone stood lines up thestreets and stopped what they were doing, well it was the king and queen of HUA HIN coming to the hilton to have a meal in the breathtaking resturant upstairs on the top floor of the hotel for the kings birthday. Mind you, the queen looks about 20 years younger than the king and she is one stunning look lady! That goes to show how high maintance the hilton holds in Hua Hin...andthe only high rised hotel in the area, so the views from the balconys are amazing!

If you have any questions at all feel free to email me on caroline_kennedy_2000@yahoo.co.uk...enjoy your stay there, i have no doubt you will!

Caroline x

Clueless as to why this hotel rates at all

from Kessap
Well I know the whole good-hotel/bad-hotel thing is all about horses for courses, but for the first time I wish I had NOT been swayed into booking this hotel over the Sofitel by reviewers on this site.

I HATED the Hilton Hua Hin, but I am perhaps being unfair to rate it as terrible as this probably says more about my predilections than anything else.

So, in which case, go to this hotel if:
* you like anonymous concrete monstrosities.
* you are over 45, and interested in pursuing one of the seedier aspects of what Thailand is famous for.
* your idea of five-star is staff who refuse to call a taxi for you on departure (and instead try to palm you off with their 3x more expensive" limousine service")
* your idea of luxury is fighting for sun-loungers spaced approx 2 inches apart around an over-crowded pool.
* you are the kind of person who enjoys (and expects everyone else to enjoy) pool volleyball and aerobics, or karaoke in the bar, or attempting to sunbathe while listening to the ear-busting, thumping music which accompanies it.
* you don't want to have any idea that you are in Thailand, at all, and want to be surrounded by the kind of people who you'd usually find in a B&B in Blackpool.

That all said, it is clean, the rooms are fine, and it is well-positioned in Hua Hin. Particularly if you want to ogle the low-lying oasis of calm and charm that is the Sofitel and imagine that you had had the good sense to stay there instead. Or if you want easy access to the motorway back to Bangkok, which having visited Hua Hin, you should do. Unless you're a fan of exceptionally seedy, largely tacky, English pub'n'grub dominated, non-beach resorts. And just remember, when you do leave, they won't call you a taxi.

I stayed at The Peninsula in Bangkok, one of the best hotels in Asia, for just £35 more a night than I paid to stay here!! Unbelievable. Don't do it.

Fabulous Hilton Hua Hin

from saebo
I was at the hotel for two weeks in may 2005 and I must say that Hilton Hua-Hin is probably by far the best Hotel i've ever stayed at. The service was great, the rooms were great, the swimming pool and the swimming pool bar were fantastic. The only downside is that the beach is not so good, but because the swimming pool area is so good it doesn't really matter.

Fabulous location

from cavkc
We recently stayed at the Hilton Hua Hin for 10 nights in a Pacific Suite and would highly recommend it as the best hotel to stay if you are visiting Hua Hin, if nothing else simply by it’s location.

After Bangkok, where it takes ages to get everywhere, it is so pleasant to be able to step outside of the hotel door and find everything you could possibly need right on your doorstep.

The Pacific Suite included a large separate lounge and wrap round balcony. Not sure though if it was worth the extra money; the furniture in the lounge was so uncomfortable we never used it and the balcony didn’t get any sun.

The only downside to this hotel really was the bed – it was the hardest mattress we have ever had. No feather pillows available neither which disappointing. This is the only point which stops me giving an overall excellent rating.

Getting a sun-bed in the sun was somewhat of a challenge, with all the best positioned beds ‘reserved’ by 7am!!

Breakfast was very good, with a fabulous choice. The evening BBQ was very disappointing and was probably more aimed at families with small children. My husband ate from the room service menu one evening and had a superb meal.

If we were to return to Hua Hin this is definitely the hotel we would stay at, however we would probably book a normal room next time.

Fantastic Hotel

from TraceyT
We have previously stayed in the Dusit and in the Regent but we found that this hotel was far superior; I would rate this hotel as being the best we have ever stayed in.

The service in the hotel really was first class - the staff were friendly, efficient and really cared about the guests. In particular I would recommend the cooking lesson which included a trip to the local market (well worth the time and money).

The food in the hotel was top notch - especially the food in the Brewing Co, and in the poolside restaurant.

The rooms were spottlessly clean, very spacious, luxurious and comfortable. the maid and the turn down service was impeccable.

The hotel is in an excellent location for getting around the town, I would especially recommend the Jasmine restaurant, and the very relaxed Jungle Juice Bar (british run, the girls that work there - especially Am and Oil are really the most sincere and genuine people we've ever met in Thailand) - to get to the Jasmine and Jungle Juice turn right out of the hotel and then take the first left.

I really would recommend this as being the best hotel in the area....you won't be disappointed.

Fantastic hotel!

from Lisa888
We stayed in Bangkok for 3 nights, then transferred to the Hilton for 10 nights. Fab check in relaxing on the sofa, very friendly, the Thais are very friendly and respectful.

We stayed in a Gulf room which was absolutely massive, lovely decor, massive bathroom and shower, bath big enough for two!

Turn down service each night was fab, flowers, chocs, poems! Was a delight to come in after a night out and see what was left in our room!

Most of the sunbeds around the pool were gone fairly early, however, we never got up earlier than 10am and we always found a bed. Pool staff very attentive, side table would appear out of nowhere as soon as we sat on our beds and needed to put our drinks down!

Food lovely, although local restaurants just as lovely and much cheaper. Did eat in the White Lotus restaurant for special occasion, dinner by candlelight with a view looking over Hua Hin, fab.

spa was heavenly, £25 pound for massage. Or you could try local massage, plenty about, 1 hr foot massage £3, although thai massage tends to be quite vigorous!

Good local restarants are Jasmine, Sawasdee and Seaside Restaurant - the latter had a lovely view over the sea. all about a min walk from hotel!

Night market was fun, haggle with a smile, gets you further!

Was one of the best hol ever, we don't normally like to return to the same destination twice, but this is def one place we will return to!

World Class!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed there in July 2005 and found this hotel to be one of the best we've been in anywhere in the world (and we're travel agents!). The minute we arrived we were made most welcome. No standing at a desk waiting to be checked in but personally attended to whilst sitting in comfortable sofas and chairs. We were given an ice cold towel and and a cold sweet lemon drink while we filled in our details. We were then taken to our rooms and the girl who checked us in gave us her card. The room was large and spotless. We had a view overlooking the fishing piers and the other room we had looked over the beach. We tried the chinese resaurant on the 17th floor and this was excellent. The breakfast was superb and had an extensive choice. We had the best ever banana bread on the first day but it didn't appear again until we met the executive chef and I told him my daughter was dissappointed that she hadn't had her banana bread. Guess what! There it was on the breafast spread the next day! The pool was great although the phantom early morning seat reservers were out in force! The hotel location is excellent. Right in the middle of town but also on the beach.
All in all an excellent choice for families and couples. Highly recommended and we are already planning to go back!

Loved it!

from saoirse2005
I stayed in the Hilton Hua Hin for 3 weeks last September and I absolutely loved it! The bedrooms are lovely and a really good size. The staff were very freindly and couldn't do enough for you. The restaurant beside the pool had the best stonebaked pizza's I have tasted and my friend also said that the lasagne was the nicest she has ever had (and she spent a 6 months travelling around Italy!!) I would really recommend thos hotel.

Top Local Tips for Hua Hin

markets Bargain and compare several stalls as they all sell similar items.

Take a took-took When you take a took-took haggle with the driver to get the best possible price out of it. Make sure they dont rip you off!!!

Hua Hin Night Market If you're thinking of doing some shopping, the night market at Hua Hin is a pretty decent place to go. However, you can get most of the stuffs in Bangkok, and it's probably cheaper too as Hua Hin is full of tourists. The night market have some restaurants, but based from my experience, I don't really recommend anyone to have a dinner there. Various seafood restaurants located at Hua Hin's pier/jetty is a safer bet!


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  • hua hin hilton
  • hilton hua hin resort
  • hilton hua hin
  • Address: 33 Naresdamri Rd - Hua Hin - 77110 - Thailand
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