"Dusit Thani Hua Hin occupies a special place within a region known for its spectacular natural beauty along the west coast of the Gulf of Thailand."
Commanding an unspoilt beachfront location, the spectacular Dusit Thani Hua Hin combines sumptuous comfort with wondrous Thai modern-classic style. An ornamental lake, lily pond and tropical gardens surround the sparkling swimming pools.
The architectural theme and décor at Dusit Thai Hua Hin resembles a Mediterranean villa retreat, with subtle touches of Thai craftsmanship throughout. Its uniquely deluxe facilities include 296 well-appointed rooms with private balconies, offering panoramic sea or tropical garden views.
At Dusit Thani Hua Hin, guests can enjoy a wealth of recreational options to complement the scenic tropical surroundings. With two swimming pools, a jacuzzi, horse riding facilities, the DFiT Fitness Centre, and tennis and squash courts, there is no shortage of activities to keep guests on the go. When the time comes to unwind, guests can receive pampering treatments at Devarana Spa. For children, the DKiD Centre organises special daily activities, while families can enjoy traditional Thai arts and crafts through weekly classes and demonstrations. For golfers, the surrounding area is known as the ‘home of golf on the Gulf’ for good reason. There are several championship standard courses in the vicinity that offer complimentary transport, so golfers can simply grab their clubs and go.
- Beauty salon
- Fitness Centre
- Dusit Club Lounge
- Horse riding
- Poolside massage
- Swimming pools
- D-KiD Centre
- Tour counter
- Tropical gardens
- Tennis courts
- Medical facilities
- Squash courts
- Local golf
- Room service
- Exchange bureau
- Limo service
At Dusit Thani Hua Hin, guests can enjoy a wide range of cuisines from around the world or relax over a drink at one of the restaurants and bars, each of which offers a soothing water view and a unique ambience.
Hua Hin was chosen by the King of Thailand to be the royal resort due to its excellent weather and climate. The region has one of the lowest rain falls in the whole of Thailand, and receives a lovely sea breeze making it an ideal destination all year round. The cool season runs from November to February, when the average temperature is around 26°C. There is still plenty of sunshine, but it is not as strong as later on in the year. Tides and high winds can also be expected in the afternoons. The hot season lasts from March til June, with daytime heat reaching 35°C and above. The rainy season lasts from July to November, but Hua Hin does not experience the same monsoon showers found in the north and south of the country.
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"Thailand's oldest beach resort offers a plethora of stunning landscapes as well as excellent sightseeing opportunities."
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