Makes you want to stick around
Halfway between Soi 51 and the central tourist area, Hua Hin Place left us thinking that we’ll be calling for a room next time we’re in town.
A very pleasant staff member was quick to welcome us to a breezy ground-floor lobby that’s filled with wind chimes, sofas, tables, books and shared computers. Rooms have a subtle but charming Thai sea-cottage theme that includes wicker furniture, rattan features and colourful little fish painted on to white walls in the hot-water bathrooms. All rooms are fairly spacious and very clean, with white tile floors, comfortable beds, TVs, mini-fridges and balconies. Rooms towards the back of the building are quiet, while those overlooking the street might get a bit of traffic noise (though Naeb Kehardt is far from a busy road). The family room has several beds all lined up and represents great value for groups of four or more. The beach is a five-minute hop away, and several of Hua Hin’s best places to eat are an easy stroll up the road. The guesthouse is often full, especially on weekends, and it’s best to call or email ahead as limited room options are available from the booking sites. If they’re full, nearby Bann Lom Le is a similarly comfortable option for around the same price.
Address: 43/21 Naeb Kehardt Rd, Hua Hin
T: (032) 516 640-2; F: (032) 516 643
Coordinates (for GPS): 99º57'23.7" E, 12º34'33.98" N
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Room rates: 600B to 1,500B
What we were quoted as a walk-in.
|Standard double room||800 baht||1,000 baht|
|Family room||1,200 baht||1,400 baht|
David Luekens first came to Thailand in 2005 when Thai friends from his former home of Burlington, Vermont led him on a life-changing trip. Based in Thailand since 2011, he spends much of his time eating in Bangkok street markets and island hopping the Andaman Sea.
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