Style at good value
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Hutcha Resort has an earthy, contemporary zen feel, with architectural features such as stucco walls, thatched roofs and stonework.
A river and canals flow through the resort, adding to the relaxed ambience. The villas offer open-air bathrooms with rain showers and covered verandahs adorned with day beds. Rooms are decorated with modern Asian furnishings and artwork. They have thought of the little things that many resorts miss with each room having an umbrella, hairdryer and torch. Accommodation ranges in size and price, with the smallest and cheapest being the superior fan rooms at 19 square metres, while the Riverside Villas are over double the size at some 49 square metres, and boast a large screen TV, fridge and air-con. The resort is located on a quiet stretch of Mae Nam beach, and has a sea view restaurant serving both Thai and international food. The large freeform swimming pool incorporates a Jacuzzi and children's pool. To reach Hutcha, turn at the Mae Nam traffic lights, following the one-way around past the Chinese temple, until you get to a cul-de-sac – Hutcha is here. Hutcha Resort offers several packages so be sure to check online for a competitive rate – but note that the friendly staff were willing to negotiate on price at reception
By Romi Grossberg
Last updated on 3rd February, 2016.