The luxurious Amari Hua Hin is due to open in June 2012 – perfect for honeymooners wanting to explore northern Thailand.
Ideally located just two and a half hours from Bangkok and next to Khao Takiab, a popular stretch of beach, the resort offers easy access to the city's shopping and entertainment venues. The 223-room Amari Hua Hin will offer refined comfort and elegant resort style accommodation combined with exclusive services and facilities that will define the new Amari guest experience.
The design concept at Amari Hua Hin, whilst focused on style and comfort, also reflects the seaside locale of the property. The soft design elements within the rooms will be enhanced by advanced technology, including wi-fi, ipod docking stations, cordless phones and flat screen televisions.
Simon Dell, General Manager stated: “We can't wait to launch the new Amari property in Hua Hin. This is the first purpose built Amari property to open since our brand revitalisation and as such, we will be introducing new service initiatives as well as launching a fresh design concept for the brand. One of our new initiatives is to encourage guests to not only experience local culture, but also be a part of it. Thailand is a country with so many rich traditions; I know people will enjoy engaging with us and also Hua Hin. The property will also introduce an innovative style concept which will become the prototype for Amari properties moving forward.”
In addition to extensive dining options, the resort also boasts a fitness centre, kids club and kids pool, an oversized 38 metre outdoor pool surrounded by landscaped tropical gardens, a vast sundeck, and a Breeze Spa and Salon. The Breeze Spa and Salon will also be the first for Amari since the concept was introduced in 2011. At Breeze, the treatments will be both smart and fun, focusing on boosting energy, allowing guests to simply enjoy the spa experience.
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