Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas
With rich history behind it, the Centara Grand Beach dates back to the early 1920s when it became one of Thailand's first beach resorts. Located on the beachfront, guests enjoy the easy access to seaside strolls, sandy beaches for relaxing and even short journeys to the town centre where you can explore more culture and even do a spot of shopping.
The resort itself offers both luxurious rooms as well as private villas where larger groups or families can have to themselves. Of course there are top of the range facilities including a spa available for guests along with a fantastic selection of dining options.
For visiting golfers, Hua Hin is a great place to stay as it is close to eight 18-hole courses including Thailand's very first course, The Royal Hua Hin Golf Course as well as The Springfield Royal Country Club, Black Mountain Golf Course, Banyan Golf Course and Majestic Creek Golf Club.
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To keep in tune with the heritage of the hotel and the authenticity of its location, the hotel's high ceilings, hardwood flooring are decorated with Thai silk and natural fabrics. However this doesn't mean that the hotel is negligent to the modern necessities of a traveller in 2017 as it boasts free Wi-Fi on every floor.
The building is split into three wings, all accommodating for the various type of guest, including those staying alone, as a couple or in a group/as a family. The rooms range from a Deluxe room which is 37 square metres and comes with a furnished balcony and a king size bed to the Premium Deluxe Club which is over 58 square metres and also grants access to the Club Lounge. The in-room amenities are synonymous with the five star label the hotel has, with every room including a flat screen tv, air conditioning, a minibar and an in-room safe to keep your valued possessions out of harms way. In addition to the many rooms, there are also five suites to choose from, with the Crystal Suite as the most impressive, giving guests the chance to fully indulge on the elegant and stylish suite in the Colonial wing. At 170 square metres, there is plenty of space to fit three adults and one child if needed. There is a balcony for every room in this suite offering views of the garden area and over the Gulf of Thailand. The most luxurious accommodation available has to be in one of the 42 single-storey villas. They are set in the gardens of the resort and are home to a separate swimming pool and a private jacuzzi or plunge pool on the terrace. The villas offer ultimate privacy from any noise and the serene environment is perfect to anyone looking for a relaxing getaway.
Dining at the Centara Grand Beach is beyond easy as they simply have so many options; you can even take food from the restaurants up to your room. From Thai cuisine poolside at Suan Bua to the contemporary Hagi restaurant which specialised in Japanese food, the hotel caters for every palette. For alternative options, guests can enjoy some afternoon tee at The Museum or some classic cocktails at the Elephant bar.
The many facilities at the hotel make it such a popular resort, with the opportunity to go to a fully equipped fitness centre, play football, badminton, volleyball or tennis on one of the private courts or even relax in the Spa Canvaree. The Spa is dubbed as an oasis of tranquility and offers nine suites for guests to indulge in many treatments with the most popular being a traditional Thai massage.