Best Western Hotels & Resorts has signed for a new seafront property in Thailand’s Hua Hin.
Situated just south of Hua Hin town centre and 2.5 hours from Bangkok, Best Western Plus Carapace Hotel Khao Tao will offer 410 guestrooms, as well as an array of freeform lagoon pools, slides, waterfalls and a special children’s play zone, amidst tropical palm trees, sun decks and cosy cabanas. Every room features modern amenities and a balcony overlooking these aquatic attractions, while a series of spacious ground floor rooms offer terraces with direct access to the pools.
The hotel will also feature a restaurant serving Thai and international cuisine, a daytime coffee shop and a modern fitness centre.
“Hua Hin has transformed from a charming coastal town into a thriving international tourism destination that now attracts millions of visitors every year,” stated managing director, international operations – Asia, Best Western Hotels & Resorts, Olivier Berrivin. “Best Western Plus Carapace Hotel Khao Tao will allow guests to experience the best of this impressive destination in comfort and style, with spacious accommodation and fantastic facilities, most notably its exotic outdoor pools.”
Easily accessible by road from Bangkok and the city’s two international airports – Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang – Hua Hin is a vibrant resort town that has attracted Thai and international visitors for many years.
Berrivin continued: “Whether guests are seeking a romantic beachfront retreat, a memorable family vacation or a fun-filled getaway for a group of friends, this new resort has something for everyone. We look forward to working with our esteemed partners at One Place Estate as we bring this exciting project to life.”
Best Western currently operates nine hotels across the Thailand in key destinations such as Bangkok, Phuket and Buriram. This nationwide portfolio is set to increase significantly over the coming years, with at least 15 new Best Western hotels scheduled to open in a series of popular and emerging destinations, inclusive of Hua Hin, Pattaya, Chiang Mai and Prachinburi.