The place is beautiful and serene specially if you want a quiet time with your family . The pool was right of the front poach thus it was fun . One would need to hire a car to commute to the city center from the hotel . The other amenities at the hotel was easily accessible, it was a short walk to the hotel from the apartment . Thus I would recommend this place to travellers looking to stay away from the crowd and enjoy some time alone .
Had a great stay here with family and 1year old son.All rooms are big and spacious and of high quality, 5min walk to beach through sheraton hotel. some confusion if we were allowed to use all sheraton hotel facilities like gym and playground, they didnt seem to mind but owner said only if they have no events at the hotel so i guess not if they are fully booked. you have pool access to the biggest pool which was great!
We've vacationed in Thailand for the last 8 years and this was one of the nicest stays we've had. First, I will say that Parekh was amazingly responsive. I sent at least 15 messages and he responded to each within minutes. We never met him face to face, but he was always a text message away. It was fabulous to have the pool right off our first floor patio. Swimming around the lagoon style pool was an exercise in relaxation as the entire journey was surrounded by palm trees and tropical flowers. A few leaves or flowers would drop into the pool, but they were quickly and unobtrusively scooped out by one off the workers. The patio was also a quiet place to read, eat meals or enjoy a board game by the pool out of the hot sun. The beach is about a 5 – 10 minute walk to the Sheraton's beach front. At high tide there won't be much beach at all. Give it a few hours. At low tide you'll have plenty of room, though most of the beach will be to to the left of the Sheraton. The apartment itself was perfect for our family of four. The master bedroom has a large private bathroom, but our 2 girls also had direct access to a bathroom from their bedroom. For privacy they simply closed and locked the hall door to the bathroom. The kitchen was large and equipped with a toaster, 4 burner stove, air pot for hot water, and a rice cooker, not to mention a decent assortment of pans. The dining table comfortably seats 6 and there are full place settings for 6 – 8 (maybe more, I didn't count carefully). For indoor entertainment there's a large flat screen TV and a home theater sound system. The Internet is fast enough for HD video and Netflix works great. The location is remote enough to be pleasant, but only 15 – 20 minutes by taxi or tuk-tuk to Hua Hin. Directly across the road is an outlet mall with a couple of restaurants – a tea shop and a restaurant with a larger menu. You won't find much of a western breakfast, though. For that you'll have to head up to the Sheraton, but that will be a bit pricey. Their restaurant prices are about the same as you'd find in the US. Just to the right of the outlet mall is a VERY local restaurant. Pointing at a few pictures will get you tasty Thai food at an economy price (very spicy Tom Yum soup). There is a 7-11 on the same side of the road as the Blue Lagoon and a Lotus convenience store on the opposite side. If you feel brave, there's a VERY local outdoor market across the street and down a bit with produce you'd want for cooking in. They also have local take-out. All of this is a 5 - 10 minute walk away, but careful crossing the road....