THE 12-year-old Hyatt Regency Hua Hin, which first opened its doors in December 2001, has completed a comprehensive makeover last month to boast an entirely new look and feel.
The remodel started in 2010 with the overhaul of the Regency Club rooms and suites, and continued in 2012 with the restoration of the Presidential Villas.
Activity then ceased until earlier this year, when construction began on the refurbishment of 79 Hyatt Guestrooms and the establishment of 50 Deluxe Rooms, a new room category at the 213-room seaside resort.
The Deluxe Rooms are located on the ground floor and select areas of the second floor. Each comes with an enclosed balcony that makes for a spacious living area, a comfortable sofa bed and a “buy one get one” treatment at the hotel’s residential spa, The Barai.
“A lot of time and effort went into this programme,” said Sammy Carolus, general manager of the Hyatt Regency Hua Hin. “But it was absolutely necessary in order to meet the desires of today’s travellers.
“This overhaul reaffirms our commitment to providing guests with quality products and services,” he added.
The hotel is also a founding member of It’s in Hua Hin, a destination marketing organisation (DMO) launched in 2010 to promote the world-class accommodations and activities available in and around Hua Hin.
Other members of the DMO include Anantara Hua Hin Resort & Spa, Banyan Golf Club, Banyan Resort and Hua Hin Hills Vineyard.