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another where to stay thread

Post by horadee » Tue Mar 17, 2015 1:42 pm

Hi all,
We will be in Hua Hin at the end of April for 3-4 days. As I've previously lived in Thailand I really enjoy the street foods, Morning markets for breakfast and other authentic Thai stuff. Can anyone recommend a hotel (mid - high end) which has a nice beach and is in walking distance from this kind of surrounding?

Usually don't enjoy the large resorts such as Hyatt or Hiltons, as they suffocate you and take you away from the authentic Thai experience but I may be wrong in Hua Hin? Please let me know what you think or suggest.

It would also help to point me to the right place on Maps (neighbourhood) so I can focus on that particular area looking for a hotel.

Appreciate any help - thanks!
/horadee

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Re: another where to stay thread

Post by buksida » Tue Mar 17, 2015 2:11 pm

You can find and book all of the hotels by location on the Hua Hin map: http://www.maphuahin.com/

There is also a list of mid-range hotels here: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=20705
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Re: another where to stay thread

Post by horadee » Tue Mar 17, 2015 3:14 pm

That doesn't answer or helps me at all. Did you read the message?

I'm looking for personal experience not a website with a map of hotels there are plenty of those out there.

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Post by buksida » Tue Mar 17, 2015 3:25 pm

horadee wrote: It would also help to point me to the right place on Maps (neighbourhood) so I can focus on that particular area looking for a hotel.
You asked for a map for hotels by area - I posted one. Want personal reviews? Try clicking the hotel links posted and reading them.

Sorry for trying to help - with that attitude you wont get very far. :roll:
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Re: another where to stay thread

Post by horadee » Wed Mar 18, 2015 1:47 am

Didn't mean to be rude but I asked for a particular area of the map matching the criteria I'm looking for. I've seen you post that hotel map link in 10 other posts and visited it before I posted this.

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Post by canthai » Sun Mar 22, 2015 10:13 pm

If you want to be on the beach you will be staying in a high end resort. To get the true Thai experience you have to stay on the west side of the train tracks

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Re: another where to stay thread

Post by tong » Thu Sep 24, 2015 11:47 pm

I need a nice budget hotel in center - guest frendly. Please give me advice.

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Re: another where to stay thread

Post by JamesWest » Fri Sep 25, 2015 10:59 am

what is your budget?
I really like this forum because there are no personal attacks. All the members contribute in a positive way to my posts.

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Post by buksida » Fri Sep 25, 2015 11:17 am

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Re: another where to stay thread

Post by hannibaldobbs » Fri Oct 02, 2015 9:13 pm

Specific hotel names and rates.

Fresh Inn Hotel
132 Naresdamri Road, Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan, 77110, Thailand, ‏‎800-491-9657
And
Jed Pee Nong Hotel (used to be two with same name)
17 Damneonkasem Rd. Hua-Hin Prajuabkirikhan 77110 TEL : 66 (032) 512381 , 533345 , 513347

Both priced about US $45.00 and up. Both are located in the main area. Near beach. . Both are clean and modest. With multiple restaurants nearby. Both are near the high end Hilton and the Sofitel hotels.
Note that some hotels in Thailand have a high season price and an low season price.
There are a multiplicity of hotels in this area. If you don't like the first one you stay at - you can walk down the street to many others. All in same area. Some advertise more/better then others. I stayed at one hotel and had breakfast at another - as one had a buffet while others do not.
The Fresh Inn is more centrally located. But not by much.
Many Thai hotels sometimes wait a tad too long for maintenance. In that one hotel might be great one year and a few years later look tired.
A note about room rates. There is the published rate - and then sometimes a lower rate for walk ins. I have done both.
A must if visiting Hua Hin - is a walk through the Sofitel Hotel. A grand older hotel.

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Post by migrant » Fri Oct 02, 2015 10:42 pm

hannibaldobbs wrote:Specific hotel names and rates.

Fresh Inn Hotel
132 Naresdamri Road, Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan, 77110, Thailand, ‏‎800-491-9657
And
Jed Pee Nong Hotel (used to be two with same name)
17 Damneonkasem Rd. Hua-Hin Prajuabkirikhan 77110 TEL : 66 (032) 512381 , 533345 , 513347

Both priced about US $45.00 and up. Both are located in the main area. Near beach. . Both are clean and modest. With multiple restaurants nearby. Both are near the high end Hilton and the Sofitel hotels.
Note that some hotels in Thailand have a high season price and an low season price.
There are a multiplicity of hotels in this area. If you don't like the first one you stay at - you can walk down the street to many others. All in same area. Some advertise more/better then others. I stayed at one hotel and had breakfast at another - as one had a buffet while others do not.
The Fresh Inn is more centrally located. But not by much.
Many Thai hotels sometimes wait a tad too long for maintenance. In that one hotel might be great one year and a few years later look tired.
A note about room rates. There is the published rate - and then sometimes a lower rate for walk ins. I have done both.
A must if visiting Hua Hin - is a walk through the Sofitel Hotel. A grand older hotel.
Is there parking?
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Re: another where to stay thread

Post by HuaHin61 » Wed Oct 07, 2015 1:02 am

horadee wrote:Hi all,
Usually don't enjoy the large resorts such as Hyatt or Hiltons, as they suffocate you and take you away from the authentic Thai experience but I may be wrong in Hua Hin? Please let me know what you think or suggest.
It would also help to point me to the right place on Maps (neighbourhood) so I can focus on that particular area looking for a hotel.
Appreciate any help - thanks!
/horadee
[Mod edit: links to accommodation have already been posted, we dont need more links to other accommodation websites.]
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Re: another where to stay thread

Post by vrahul1984 » Thu Oct 08, 2015 11:13 pm

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Kindly let me know, if anyone knows about any site similar to the said site. Actually am looking for a place for investment purpose. Hoping best reviews on this post.

Regards !

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Re: another where to stay thread

Post by Lev » Fri Oct 09, 2015 7:57 am

This website and those in the link bar above have all the information on Hua Hin you need - if you dont see something just ask, thats what the forum is for. If you want other areas of Thailand just Google them.

This site is loaded with information for visiting the area: http://www.tourismhuahin.com/
And this is the most comprehensive map for Hua Hin: http://www.maphuahin.com/

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