Luxury hotel holiday Hyattt Regency Hua Hin Hua Hin

The Hyatt Regency Hua Hin has the longest beachfront of all the hotels in the area and very successfully caters for families of all sizes with its spacious rooms, exceptionally large pool are, and paradisiac, magical grounds. 16 acres of tropical gardens surround the atmospheric restaurants and the tumbling fountains, and shelter the authentic villas and guestrooms. The Hyatt Regency Hua Hin is recommended for family holidays beside the beach in Thailand.
Included in your Expressions holiday
  • Accommodation in a double or twin room on bed and breakfast
  • Scheduled flights with British Airways London to Bangkok
  • Private car transfer airport to hotel and back
  • Concierge service and Expressions Holidays regional helpful hints
  • Optional room, board and flight upgrades. Details on request

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to The Hyatt Regency, Hua Hin

Hyatt Regency Hua Hin is a 5-star luxury beachfront resort, offering a wide array of activities, dining options and relaxation facilities to ensure that every member of the family has a memorable and enjoyable holiday.

Facts in brief

Official star rating 5

Location The hotel is located on the beach, near Hua Hin

Annual opening All year

Closest airport Hua Hin Airport

Distance from airport The hotel is about 15-minutes' drive from Hua Hin Airport

Hotel facilities and services

4 Restaurants, Poolside Bar, Lounge, Swimming Pools, Fitness Centre, Kayaking, Windsurfing, Sailing, Spa, 24-hour In-room Dining, Tennis, Cycling, Shops, Kid's Club.

From about

Holiday Code EXH59

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to The Hyatt Regency, Hua Hin

Situated beside a pristine 200-metre stretch of beach, the Hyatt Regency is the longest beach resort in Hua Hin. Taking influence from traditional Thai architecture, the resort's low buildings create an enchanting village feel. Rich hues and teak furnished interiors produce a warm and exotic ambience. Twelve acres of verdant tropical gardens surround the resort and lead down towards the sea. Magnificent interconnecting swimming pools sweep through the foliage and create multiple spaces, from the river pool with its unique waterfall, to the seven-metre high waterslide, which ends in the large pool. To make the most of the crystal clear waters of the region, the hotel offers a variety of watersports, including ocean kayaking, windsurfing and sailing. Four restaurants provide a range of dining choices, such as fresh seafood and Thai home-style cooking in the pavilions of Talay Thai Restaurant and Bar. The Barai Spa provides 18 treatment rooms and 8 residential spa suites, offering luxurious accommodation and extensive spa treatments that are inspired by Thai health rituals. Guestrooms have been furnished with light wood to provide a tranquil and graceful environment. Thai flavour is maintained in the contemporary decor, with original artwork and accents of vivid colours. Families are well catered for with the ground floor guestrooms, which have increased living space and sofa beds. Perfect for activities and families.

Room descriptions

Hyatt Regency Hua Hin has 205 rooms and 8 spa suites.

King Bed
Twin Bed
King Bed with Sofa Bed
Twin Bed with Sofa Bed
King Bed Club Access
Twin Bed Club Access
Club View King
Club View Twin
King Bed Club Access Terrace
Twin Bed Club Access Terrace

From about

Holiday Code EXH59

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to The Hyatt Regency, Hua Hin

The journey and how you get there

Expressions Holidays recommends flying British Airways London to Bangkok, and then an air shuttle from Bangkok to Hua Hin. We will also arrange private transfers from the airport to the hotel.

From about

Holiday Code EXH59

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to The Hyatt Regency, Hua Hin

About Thailand

An Expressions tailor-made holiday to Thailand is the chance to explore a stunning part of the world. More people visit Thailand than any other country in Southeast Asia. With beautiful beaches and stunning cuisine, historic towns and colourful cities, it’s not hard to see why. Throw in national parks full of wildlife, rainforests and mountains to take the breath away, as well as a welcome so warm you can’t fail to be beguiled, and Thailand is a country you could spend a whole life exploring without growing tired. Bangkok is the country’s spectacular gateway, and what an introduction. A modern giant with gleaming shopping centres and dazzling nightlife, the City of Angels is also a place of timeless wonder, with ancient markets and temples, centuries-old palaces and monks in saffron robes. Thrusting, modern capital it may be, but everywhere the city is interwoven with a devout Buddhist tranquillity and warmth. In the north, Chaingrai province – aka the Golden Triangle – offers a wealth of river tours and hilltribe treks, ruined cities and cookery holidays, with Chiang Mai its stunning capital. In the south, idyllic islands are sprinkled into the Andaman Sea, with Koh Samui and Phuket merely the best known. Sliding down the coastal tail are the evergreen limestone islands of Ko Tao and Kho Phi Phi Don, filled with tall palms angling over pearlescent sand. With idyllic beaches in the south and mountainous rainforest in the north, Thailand is blessed with a rich variety of landscapes – and a range of attractions and activities to match. Whether you’re here for bone-white beaches or cookery schools, snorkelling and diving or hillwalking and kayaking, Thailand has it all.

Highlights of Thailand

Luxury resorts in the islands of the Andaman Sea; rail trip to the original Bridge Over the River Kwai; Catuchak weekend market in Bangkok; the giant reclining Buddha in Wat Pho; the Skytrain to Bangkok’s glitzy shopping centre; floating markets all over the country, with the best at Damnoen Saduak, some 65 miles southwest of Bangkok; fabulous massages; delicately spiced local food; the bus journey from Kanchanburi to Sangkhlaburi, a spectacular road through rugged karst mountains to the misty, romantic lakeside border outpost and base for many outdoor adventures; the Mae Sa-Samoeng loop, dipping and twisting along the peaks outside Chiang Mai; diving and snorkelling with whale sharks off coral-fringed islands such as Ko Tao; Chiang Mai, the beautiful northern hilltown, home to many Thai cookery courses, thanks largely to a wonderful local market; elephant trekking, Chiang Mai; the tangle of limestone mountains and rainforest in Khao Sok National Park, home to snakes, monkeys and tigers, and the incredible Rafflesia kerrii flower; Mae Hong Son province, remote crossroads of many cultures, jungle-treks to hilltribes; Mu Ko Chang Marine National Park, with its lush jungle, postcard-perfect bays, fiery sunsets, and a craggy mountainous interior sheltering a veritable Jurassic Park of flora and fauna; Sukhothai Historical Park, Thailand’s former capital, now an atmospheric site of ruins; Ayuthaya’s historical and architectural gems; the mountains and waterfalls of Khao Yai National Park; the beaches of Hua Hin; the little visited forested mountains and hilltribes of Nan province; seafood curry on Songkhla pier.

Travel around Thailand

Thailand’s rail network is very well run, with four main lines running north, south, northeast and east from Bangkok. The train is most convenient as an alternative to buses for the long, scenic journey north to Chiang Mai or south to Surat Thani.

Facts in brief

Capital Bangkok
Airport Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok
Size 198,000 sq. miles
Population 69 million
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