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Any recommendations for hotels in Hua Hin? I'll have my tgf with me so not looking to monger. Thanks.

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I have stayed a few times at White Sand.


Mid priced, close to beach and bars (less than 5 mins walk to both) and lost of good restaurants very close bye.


Rooms good and modern - I was always in the ground floor courtyard.


Breakfast buffet was good but got a little thin on the ground as it got close to closing time (11 am I think)


Pool is secluded but small. As I was always the only person in it the size didnt matter really.


I cannot "compare" to other hotels, or even the upper rooms in this one,  but would feel quite comfortable recommending the courtyard rooms at this hotel.

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Have stayed at Chalelarn about 5 times now, each time with Thai GF. 5 min walk to beach, small night food market opposite, far enough away from main bar areas but again 5 min walk. hair and beauty salon opposite for G that's not expensive.

Has roof top pool which always seems warm  and breakfast is mix of Thai and English food.

Usually book through Agoda.


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Citin Loft, clean, great roof top pool, large rooms, quite, been there many times never a problem.

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