SO/ Sofitel Hua Hin

5 stars
SO/ Sofitel Hua Hin
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A true escape from the hustle and bustle of Southeast Asia’s busiest hub, SO Sofitel Hua Hin affords a mix of quiet seclusion along Cha-Am Beach as well as some captivating diversions just 2.5 hours from Bangkok. Just one beach over, hua Hin has long been the preferred seaside escape for Thai nobility since the 1920s, giving the region the air of an elegant coastal retreat. Home to two summer palaces – including the nearby Mrigadayavan Palace of King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) consisting of sixteen beautiful teak buildings – the vibrant coastal town is famed for its long white‐sand beaches, local seafood delicacies and colorful markets. Other local attractions include Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park, Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park, the beautiful cascading waterfalls of Kaeng Krachan National Park and several night markets.

Award‐winning Thai architect Duangrit Bunnag created the SO Hua Hin resort’s original bold structure, featuring an interwoven maze of open courtyards and private pathways. The property’s geometric lines and solid shapes, softened by a palette of naturally aged woods that blend with the beauty of the surrounding nature, create an environment of contemporary tranquility.

For rooms, suites, and villas, two distinct room styles have been developed: SO Nature and SO Arty. SO Nature rooms showcase the simplicity and pure beauty of Mother Nature, providing a relaxing environment and featuring award‐winning photographs by environmental artist Martin Hill of New Zealand. Inspired by contemporary French art, the SO Arty rooms are a bit more modern in design, painting the spaces with a dreamlike luxury and featuring the award‐winning work of American photographer Lois Greenfield, known for her distinctive approach to capturing the human form in motion.

There are 109 rooms, suites, and villas with depending on location in the resort, offering the ultimate escape for couples of families. All guestrooms are equipped with full facilities to provide maximum comfort such as rainshowers, MyBed with sleep menu for a fabulous night’s sleep, plus the latest cutting‐edge technology sound system, complimentary Wi‐Fi and a complimentary in‐room private bar.

At SO/SPA, SO Sofitel Hua Hin guests can experience the quintessential spa experience combining French cosmetology from PHYTOMER and ancient therapeutic arts with Asian wisdom products from YTSARA. Here, guests experience the power of ancient wellness traditions and new‐generation skin care cosmetology to recharge and refresh before emerging as beautiful, and free, as a butterfly. The resort offers three swimming pools, one located right on the beach front with sun beds and cabanas for your sunshine day, the Solarium Pool in the center of the resort with colorful umbrellas and the resort’s Signature Pool, a watery playground.

With openair seating steps from the sea, gentle breezes and stunning views, Beach Society serves à la carte beachside bites, nouveau earth stone oven‐fired flat breads, and the best of surf and turf – including a sage‐crusted roast pork cutlet and tasty local grouper served with pumpkin purée – all superbly crafted from the finest and freshest local ingredients. Complete with its own pool, Beach Society is the quintessential upscale beach club and restaurant. The White Oven restaurant is designed around its eponymous white oven and serves international breakfast buffets and authentic Thai cuisine exquisitely revisited to showcase the gifts of the garden, the sea, and the artistry of the chefs.

The picturesque and panoramic rooftop bar is a place to chill and socialize with magnificent view while sipping cocktails crafted by the master mixologist.