"Overlooking the Gulf of Siam, the Rest Detail Hotel offers guests a perfect respite from the outside world."
In keeping with its name and playful logo of the “three wise monkeys”, every detail is anticipated to ensure you truly surrender to the charms of this tropical seaside resort, encompassing body, mind and soul.
The hotel fuses modern Thai design with a family feeling of a home away from home. The gentle yet detailed attention of the staff ensures your senses are rested and relaxed to enjoy a great stay from the minute you arrive. The friendly hospitality and service, unique design with its chic colourful touches and the sumptuous cuisine all help to create special memories, making you want to return again and again.
Rest Detail Hotel offers a choice of luxurious rooms ranging from one to four bedrooms, to suit your every need. Accommodations are spacious and luxurious, offering a variety of options whether beachside, poolside or with their own private pool or Jacuzzi.
The hotel has a range of wonderful facilities including the luxurious spa and idyllic pool area. The swimming pool is centrally located in a stunning setting, a perfect spot for guests to spend time relaxing, cooling off and enjoying the year round sunshine. There are plenty of sun loungers and parasols lining the sun terrace and the turquoise pool to ensure your ultimate relaxation.
- Swimming Pool
- Thai cooking class
- Massage class
Sumptuous dining awaits, offering both traditional Thai and Western favourites, with an emphasis on freshly caught succulent seafood. Creative menus and cocktails will tantalize your taste buds and have you already anticipating your next culinary experience.
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."
- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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