Amari Hua Hin opens in Thailand

Amari Hua Hin opens in Thailand

Amari Hua Hin ThailandAugust 25, 2012: Amari Hua Hin, the latest addition to Amari’s portfolio of properties in Thailand, recently opened its doors to its first guests. Located 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 offers elegant resort style accommodation combined with exclusive services and facilities including initiatives that involve bringing people together. For example, friends might enjoy a ‘barista lesson’ at Coral Lounge, families can play games by the pool or business associates could participate in an interactive brainstorm in one of the meeting rooms.

Recognizing the demand for fresh food, Amari Hua Hin offers a selection of popular and healthy choices. Choose from family-sized sharing baguettes at Reef Deli, a modern twist on Thai street food and international favourites at Aqua Pool Bar, or share signature XL cocktails or a personal BBQ grill station at Shoreline Beach Club. The resort also boasts of conference facilities, including a 450sqm ballroom, 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 launch of the new property is also being celebrated with an opening welcome offer, which includes 2-nights in a Deluxe room, with extra nights available with an additional 10% discount. Prices start from 8,015 THB. This offer is available until the 31st October 2012.

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