Hyatt Regency Hua Hin
Hyatt Regency Hua Hin elephant fountain
Hyatt Regency Hua Hin waterslide
Hyatt Regency Hua Hin pools
Hyatt Regency Hua Hin deluxe room
Hyatt Regency Hua Hin spa
Hyatt Regency Hua Hin Barai suite
The Hyatt Regency Hua Hin is a beachfront beauty that will thrill both parents and children, alike. Between its diverse culinary offerings, enormous outdoor pool and beachfront, one of the most spectacular spas we have ever seen and stunning rooms, you'll want to move in permenantly.
The Hyatt Regency in Hua Hin is one of those hotels you simply never want to check out of. And, while there is so much to do in Hua Hin itself, book in to this supreme Hyatt and you’ll find very little that seriously tempts you outside its stunning environ. It’s seemingly off the beaten track as you drive down a small road that runs alongside the sea edge but, once you’re through the gates of this fabulous hotel, you’ll find understated luxury, sweeping beachside facilities and a spa that has to be a world leader. It is big but doesn’t feel like a resort – it is intimate in feel – and it is as focused on young guests as it is their parents (the offerings at the children’s club are second to none). The Hyatt Regency Hua Hin boasts the largest waterslide in the area which is, of course, a huge hit with kids. And best of all, you will adore the spa and, with a plethora of childcare, you can enjoy it to your heart’s content.
For You -
THAT spa. Even if you don’t stay at the Hyatt you can book into the Barai Spa for treatments and, honestly, you’d be crazy not to if you’re a spa lover. Unlike anything we’ve ever seen, the design is intricate, beautiful and very, very luxurious. There are ample couple’s treatment rooms if you get a sitter for the kids; each features a private outdoor soaking pool, a rain shower, a Thai day-bed enclave for traditional Thai treatments and relaxation, and a private changing room and vanity. Blending both traditional Thai treatments and Western techniques, the spa menu reads like a book so there is something for everyone and, if you do stay overnight, the complimentary yoga each morning is a wonderful way to start the day. If you have a large group and money to spend, the presidential suite, with its sweeping ocean views, private chef and endless bedrooms is a fantastic option. Otherwise, any of the spacious, family-friendly rooms in the Hyatt will certainly suffice.
For Them +
The very sizeable swimming pool at this particular Hyatt wraps around the beachfront and several of the hotel’s restaurants. Each bend of the pool is fringed with sumptuous sun loungers and there is even a small “beach” (a strip of sand) that has been built along the shallow edge of one side (ideal with babies and toddlers). The waterslide is one of the largest we’ve ever seen (but safe and suitable for any child 1.2 meters in height or more). There is a delightful river pool which little ones love, though the children’s club is sensational if you want them out the midday sun. With daily offerings that include everything from football on the lawn to t-shirt printing, face painting to finger painting, each day of the week is packed with activities that change hourly. There are some fabulous dining options on site, though we personally recommend You & Mee Noodle Shop and Poolside Bar for dining with kids (though they are welcome at them all). The kds’ menu is really well thought out and offers both traditional Thai and western options for both adults and kids.
Our Guide to Hua Hin