- Room types
- Food & Drink
This beautiful beachfront resort first opened its doors in 1920, and has been a firm favorite ever since. Its architecture is elegant and classic, with four swimming pools and fancy restaurants set amid lush tropical gardens. A great choice for families and couples alike.
This not-so humble abode has room for up to three guests – and features a plush king size bed, deluxe bathroom (with tub), and classic colonial-style décor. You’ll love the little extras, from complimentary WiFi to a minibar and flat screen television.
With their Thai silk furnishings, dark wooden furniture, and views of the pool and gardens, these rooms certainly live up to their name. Outside, you’ll find a furnished balcony – while inside there’s room to sleep up two adults and one child.
Premium Deluxe Club
Upgrade to a Club room, and you’ll enjoy lots of premium perks – such as complimentary breakfasts, cocktails, and afternoon tea throughout your stay. There’s 10% off spa treatments too, as well as VIP check-in and a concierge service.
From the bedroom of this luxurious lodging you can step straight out onto your private balcony – and gaze out over the resort’s tropical gardens. As well as a luxe king size bed and cosy sitting area, there’s a large marble bathroom with a shower and tub.
Two-Bedroom Duplex Suite
Set over two stylish floors, this palatial pad can sleep up to four adults and two children. As well as a large terrace overlooking the pool, there are two king size (or twin) bedrooms, a marble bathroom, and sumptuous Thai silks at every turn.
Additional room types available. Chat to your lovely Travel Expert to find the perfect room to suit you, and let us tailor-make it easy.
As well as four children’s swimming pools, the resort offers an excellent kids’ club – which is split into two zones according to age groups. At Camp Safari, little ones will be enthralled by the storytelling, treasure hunts, and arts-and-crafts fun. At E-Zone, there’s plenty to entertain tweens and teens – with beach volleyball, Muay Thai boxing, football, and much more. The restaurants offer children’s menus, and babysitting services are available on request.
Inspired by the 1920s colonial décor of Hua Hin’s train station, Railway is a beautiful spot for lunch and dinner – with a vast range of international buffets and à la carte bites. The menu includes lots of vegetarian and vegan options too, and the wine list is excellent. For relaxed beachfront dining, look to Coast: this seaside eatery serves everything from sharing plates and tapas (the perfect accompaniment for sundowner cocktails) to grilled meats, seafood and stonebaked pizza.
Ask our Flight Centre Concierge team about booking your restaurants in advance.
LIST OF RESTAURANTS:
- Coast Beach Club - Seafood and steaks
- Railway - International
- Suan Bua - Thai
- Hagi - Japanese
- The Museum - Light bites and afternoon tea
- Elephant Bar - Snacks and cocktails
Why we recommend Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Hua Hin
While the little ones make friends at the resort’s excellent kids’ club, you can enjoy pampering perfection at Spa Canvaree – or stretch out by one of the spectacular sea-view swimming pools. In a setting as idyllic as this, it’s easy to master the art of doing nothing – but there are plenty of adventures nearby too. Enjoy easy access to eight world-class golf courses, Muay Thai and Tai Chi classes, and two tennis courts – or join one of the fun beach volleyball tournaments. Further afield, the concierge will happily organise day trips to local palaces, temples, wildlife walks – and much more. Green-fingered guests love the hotel’s Secret Garden, a magnificent topiary garden set over 16 ocean-front hectares – with exotic plants, beautiful blooms, and swaying palm trees galore.
Planning your holiday
Hi I'm Chloe and as a Travel Consultant I'm here to make sure you find the exact holiday you want. This Journey itinerary is just one example for what's possible when you travel with us. Get in touch ...