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Where kings go to vacation

Hua Hin, approximately 230 kilometers south of Bangkok, is the oldest and most exclusive seaside resort of Thailand. Since king Rama VII had his summer palace build there in the middle of the 1920s, the Thai royal family spends the hottest months of the year regularly at the western Gulf of Siam. Many Bangkokers appreciate Hua Hin as a weekend and summer residence, too. The fishing village has become a meeting point of the Thai high society.
Meanwhile, the polo sport found it’s way to the dreamlike beach of Huan Hin: since 2010 the Thai Polo & Equestrian Polo Club has been organizing the Asian Beach Polo Championship – Asia’s only Beach Polo Tournament, that attracts polo players from all over the world regularly.
The Hyatt Regency Hua Hin opened its doors in 2002, being the second biggest Hyatt hotel in Thailand besides the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok. The resort hotel is a low-rise building in villa style, is located directly on the white beach and only five minutes away from downtown. The Hyatt Regency Hua Hin has 205 rooms, including three deluxe suites, five executive suites, two junior suites and one presidential suite arranged in a separate villa. The rooms are light-flooded and airy with an extended, outside living area on the first floor as well as on the balcony on the higher floors.
The five-hectares-large tropic landscape with numerous swimming pools, partly with water slides and a spacious fitness center leave nothing to be desired. The directly on the beach located spa “The Barai“ has been offering on more than 18,500 square meters 18 exclusive treatment rooms and 8 spa suites since March 2007. In the spa suites guest can stay over night and enjoy spa treatments in their own four walls. Furthermore, a pavilion existing since the 19th century has been renovated and turned into the “McFarland House“. In the elegant beach restaurant guests can have dinner in the open with the view onto the ocean in an easy atmosphere.
Besides this more bars and restaurants take care of the culinary well being. The Thai restaurant “Talay Thai“ surrounded by lagoons and gardens is located in a separate pavilion. The guest can eat “al fresco“ in here. The restaurant „Figs“ offers Mediterranean food with lots of fish and seafood prepared in the open show kitchen. One can have a small snack at the “You & Mee Noodle Shop & Poolside Bar“ with a large choice of Asian Noodle dishes.
The Hyatt Hua Hin is not only a dreamlike and beautiful location for vacation guests, but with its three conference rooms, each offering space for up to 50 people, two smaller meeting rooms as well as the Grand Ballroom with room for up to 400 people the Hyatt Hua Hin is also the perfect place for events and business meetings.

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