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Girls getaway accomodation

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Girls getaway accomodation

We are 6 friends going for 40th getaway to Hua Hin. Looking for recommendations for where to stay so we can walk to places for dinner and markets. We also want recommendations for where to stay prefer resort type style and on beach front. Three bedrooms minimum apartment or house with two singles in each room would be the ideal. Any advice would be great thanks and on things to do there.

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1. Re: Girls getaway accomodation

What is your rough budget per night for a room for 2 ?

What time of year as what you get for your money can vary on season

If you want to walk to lots of restaurants , night market and also on the beachfront the Centara or Hilton best located , Centara better beach , Marriott is further from town center but no worry , easy enough to get to and from and the town goes quiet pretty early for the most part

Be very wary of house / villa rentals as can be far from town and unless you want to get a car rental could be remote or difficult to get transport to/from , I think staying in one of the resorts / hotels best idea

How many days do you have in Hua Hin ?

Edited: 12 June 2018, 08:30
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Hi we are there for 5 days in September. I have seen Hilton looks nice. Max $300 a night for 6 of us. What's prices like for food and do most places include breakfast ?

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The Hilton divides opinion. Some call it a high rise monstrosity with one small pool. We found it claustrophobic with a very noisy reception area. Although some rooms have been renovated to a high standard. Also you will find many children there as you will in the Marriott, that has been rebuilt. We were given a guided tour of both in May to see if we could use either of them next year. We also had a tour of the Hyatt that is very nice but too far away from the town centre.

If you can stretch your budget, you should consider the Centara who have some excellent deals for this time of the year. Although it is an older colonial style hotel (it was originally the Railway Hotel and then the Sofitel before being taken over by Centara), it has really spacious gardens and 3 good sized swimming pools and a lot less children who tend to go frequent just one pool.

The breakfast is to die for with just about every choice known to man (and woman). You can forego lunch after a hearty breakfast (you can eat as much as you like as long as you have the full breakfast option, not the continental) and then eat in the one of the many local restaurants within walking distance.

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Wow thanks for info that's great haven't heard of Centara so I will have a look. Definately after a place with less kids for sure as some of us are escaping from kids for 5 days

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5. Re: Girls getaway accomodation

AUD$ 300 a night is approx THB 7,300 which is about THB 2,400 per night for 2

September is not busy so search booking.com etc for deals , I doubt you would get Centara or Hilton or Marriott for that though , if you have the time no reason why you can't email each one and address to the Sales department and give them the dates and say 'straight up' you are looking for 3 twin rooms in Hua Hin for 6 nights and looking for something around THB 2,500 per night per room , what is the best they could offer - you never know :)

Let us know how you get on , there are some smaller boutique style around. Which is higher priority - beach ot closeness to town center or both the same ?

Edited: 13 June 2018, 06:37
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6. Re: Girls getaway accomodation

Hilton looks like about AUD 2,600 for 3 rooms for 6 nights inc tax / service / brekkie , that was on booking.com

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7. Re: Girls getaway accomodation

We are at the Centara in a villa just now but lots of choice of accommodation types. The Hilton is next door and is a high rise block like you’d see in any city. However, both are in a decent location!

There are 2 or 3 communal pools here at the Centara so if you aren’t beach lovers then you would have a choice.

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8. Re: Girls getaway accomodation

We are currently staying in a premium deluxe pool villa in the Centara and paid £135 a night 240 AUD for the villa booked through Travelbag who had the best deal this year for us. This is our 6th stay at Centara and wouldn’t consider anywhere else.

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