- 3D2N stay for 2 for $398 (up to $752 value)
- 4D3N stay for 2 for $585 (up to $1,128 value)
- 5D4N stay for 2 for $765 (up to $1,504 value)
Hotel at a glance
The Marrakesh Resort & Spa in Hua Hin envelops guests in its welcoming embrace, seemingly transporting to them to an exotic realm far to the Middle East with vibrant coloured spaces, intricate tapestries, and archways and paths reminiscent of a bygone era. The five-star jewel within the South East Asian region of Hua Hin, Thailand offers splendour in the form of man-made beauty amidst that of nature’s own riches with elegantly-furnished quarters surrounded by sea and tropical foliage.
- Named after the 400-year old ancient fortress of Qalat Al-Hamra in Spain’s Granada, one can be spoiled for choice at the hotel’s main dining facility, which offers a harmonious fusion of flavours both eastern and western featuring Moroccan, Mediterranean, Thai, and international cuisines.
- Bask in all the glory of the sun and the sea’s beauty over cocktails under the multi-coloured domed roof of Al-Bahr bar, which aptly denotes “the ocean” in Arabic.
- Invigorate the senses within the illuminating glow of Noor Spa through full body massages, treatments, and facials.
- 55 – 60sqm room
- King or twin bedding
- Max. occupancy: 3 adults OR 2 adults and 1 child aged 11 and below per room. 3rd guest subject to additional charges.
- Restaurant and bar
- 24-hour infinity swimming pool
- 24-hour fitness centre
- Kids’ club
- Arab market
- Cooking and cocktail mixing class
- Yoga class
- Moroccan handmade art and painting class
- Beach sports
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
Add-ons (payable to hotel)
- Extra bed with breakfast for guest aged 12 and above: THB2,000 per person per night
- Stay without extra bed with breakfast for guest aged 4 – 11: THB325 per person per night
Hua Hin, Thailand: What to see and do
Once a small fishing village, Hua Hin was turned into a beachside resort in the early 1920s by King Prajadhipok, and has since been a popular getaway for Siam’s royal family and tourists. Its laid back atmosphere and diverse mix of natural, cultural, and modern attractions make it an ideal retreat for honeymooners, families, and locals seeking to escape from the city’s frenetic pace while discovering the region’s unique identity. The beach is Hua Hin’s main draw; sandy beaches lined with casuarina trees laden with needle-like leaves border the jade green waters of the Gulf of Thailand, a picturesque spot for early morning strolls or pony rides. Continue your nature trail at the Hutsadin Elephant Foundation, where you can go on an elephant ride through the jungle or try the ‘mahout experience’ that allows you to take care of one of their retired elephants for a day.
Back in town, visit Hua Hin Railway Station, a red and cream wooden train stop with steeply-arched roofs that used to be a royal pavilion in Sanamchan Palace. You can catch a glimpse of Klai Kang Won Palace along the beachfront, a summer palace named after the serenity of the surrounding landscape. The palace is only open to the public when the royal family is not in residence, but you can always head to Maruekatayawan Palace, the former royal residence, which houses a complex of teak buildings that showcase a fusion of Thai and Victorian architecture. Depending on which month you visit, you may be in time to catch one of the festivals held in town and along the beach. The Hua Hin Jazz Festival happens in the middle of the year and features jazz artists from all over the world, while the Hua Hin Vintage Car Rally is usually held at the end of the year, an event where vintage car owners parade their rides down the streets.
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