Picturesque luxury meets adventurous retreat at Sheraton Hua Hin Pranburi Villas, a 10 acre tropical beachfront resort overlooking the Gulf of Siam just south of Hua Hin. With its inviting tranquility, authentic style, and modern sophistication, it’s no wonder why this region continues to serve as the Thai king’s favorite escape.
The Sheraton Hua Hin Pranburi Villas has 53 secluded, incredibly private villas hosted with tropically inspired décor, native materials, and floor-to-ceiling windows, all of which allow the living spaces to embrace the captivating lush gardens surrounding it. Outside, private furnished terraces lead to personal infinity pools, bright and airy pavilions, and enclosed gardens. Inside, modern amenities like iHome docking stations and LED televisions satisfy entertainment whims, and creature comforts like large, white linen-laden day beds and open-style bathrooms with indoor rain shower and al fresco shower and sunken tub surrounded by lotus ponds provide pampering at a moment’s notice. The exclusive Pool Villa Suites offer even more space and luxury, including butler service.
Chef Chanawin Supsin serves inspiring and organic international dishes at Dalah, where the cuisine is almost as beautiful as the landscaped gardens and adjacent lily pad-laced koi pond setting that accompany it. Weekend breakfasts are usually accompanied by live traditional Thai music and eventually expand to Eastern-Western fusion dinners featuring crab avocado gazpacho and beef escalope and local specialties such as prawns in betel leaves and teriyaki black cod.
Leisure time at the resort includes full access to the onsite spa and in-villa massage service, as well excursions to the surrounding region. Luxuriate in personally tailored spa therapies such as the Tamarind Body Polish or the Jasmine Rice Body Scrub, or opt for exploration of the nearby fishing villages and natural landmarks. Accessible by vehicle or bicycle, Khao Dang Viewpoint and Canal, Sam Phraya Beach, and Tham Sai Cave are all intrepid activities. For true adventurers, take a boat trip around the Khao and hike to the open-air pavilion of Phraya Nakhon Cave, originally constructed for the visit of King Rama V in 1890.Request Information