The hotel is beautifully designed with avant-garde architecture and modern touches and perks throughout. It also has two pools, a bar, two restaurants, a fitness centre and access to a small stretch of beach. In fact, if you’re looking for relaxation, you won’t need to venture anywhere else!
To/From the airport
The hotel can organise return airport transfers to and from Bangkok International Airport. The drive takes 2.5 hours.
Location, location, location
You’ll be forgiven if you haven’t really considered Hua Hin as your first stop in Thailand – most people don’t. The coastal areas of Hua Hin and Cha-am are usually favoured by local Thai people, mainly living and working in the capital city of Bangkok who wish to have a quick getaway.
But if you are visiting Bangkok and want a quick seaside break in true Thai style, then look no further. The Hotel de la Paix offers a luxurious stay.
The hotel’s interior designer, Sybille de Margerie, attempts to break boundaries and invent progressive styles. Although the corridors appear stoney-grey and lifeless, the rooms are ultra modern and the huge rainforest shower – called the RainSky – is a very unique experience in itself.
I would highly recommend the indulgent spa – a whole host of treatments are available in spacious, secluded rooms delivered professionally and with the added touch of renowned Thai warmth and hospitality.
What’s the damage?
From £110 – £190 per room per night including breakfast and subject to tax.
For further information and to book, visit: www.hoteldelapaixhh.com
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