Hua Hin

Stillearly

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Tried a search but couldn't find anything

Any recommendations on GF hotels , with swimming pool in Hua Hin and the best area to stay for nightlife , restaurants

it's been about 23 years since I was last there , and I don't remember that much about it tbh

cheers
 

MarcTwoSix

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I always recommend the Hilton
But pricey but great hotel and pool, perfect location and no problem at all for girls

You are smack dab in the middle where restaurants and Binhbat maze of beer bars
 

billpay

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Visa Hotel on about Soi 84. Terrific hotel, especially for the price. Has a nice little pool, great staff and is super clean.
Most comfortable bed I've slept in, in Asia. Hate to give this one up as it is sometimes hard to get in.



Only negative is no restaurant and bar. Not a problem to me because I like to get away from the hotel I stay, for food and entertainment.
 

Moo Uaon

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I've read about 2 hours. Rough weather a whole lot more with possible rescue somewhere along the way 55
 

Quarky

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bacwaan;326217 said:
nah....there are a lot more on the shores at either end....
Probably safer than going by road too... just...

Still... would take a lot to get me on the water...
 

MarcTwoSix

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billpay;326172 said:
Visa Hotel on about Soi 84. Terrific hotel, especially for the price. Has a nice little pool, great staff and is super clean.
Most comfortable bed I've slept in, in Asia. Hate to give this one up as it is sometimes hard to get in.



Only negative is no restaurant and bar. Not a problem to me because I like to get away from the hotel I stay, for food and entertainment.
That's is a great looking hotel.
I'd still prefer to be in the main area where Hilton is

The one negative of HH for me is once you get up to that main road it is so congested.

As Ao would say....."it take away my relax"

We seriously considered buying a house in HH because that is close to my MIL family and where Ao was born
But it is so damn congested.

But if you stay in that square area for a few days.....I think it's one of the most pleasant tourist spots in Thailand
 

Moo Uaon

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i've stayed a little outta town at the sports hotel.
old-run down thai style rooms,good pool but the trip into town is a pain.
 

MarcTwoSix

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Moo Uaon;326245 said:
i've stayed a little outta town at the sports hotel.
old-run down thai style rooms,good pool but the trip into town is a pain.
We'd buy a development up in the hills and if you stay "local" it is fine but once you get near that main road it is an absolute nightmare
 

Tingtong

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Stillearly;326182 said:
1.5 hours I read , sounds preferable and cheaper than a four hours+ taxi
The Ferry sounds like the Go to me. Get on have a couple of Beers relax check out the views...got to be better than sitting in a Taxi Shitting yourself with the Mad drivers.
On ferries, even in Sane places like Aust , I always make a mental note of were the Life boats, life jackets and exits are. same same Aircraft.
 

Bacon

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Question is, does the ferry have a bar on it 55. I'm a weak pussy and prone to sea sickness, but drinking helps.
 

MarcTwoSix

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Bacon;326307 said:
Question is, does the ferry have a bar on it 55. I'm a weak pussy and prone to sea sickness, but drinking helps.
Most I have been on have a small little shop where you can buy beers.
The one on the Samui shuttle might be what hell feels like.....hot as fcuk in there!!
But the fridge is cold 555
 

Stillearly

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Bacon;326307 said:
Question is, does the ferry have a bar on it 55. I'm a weak pussy and prone to sea sickness, but drinking helps.
They even have a business class section :)
 
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