How To Reach The Hotel GPS : N 12° 51′ 28.69” E 99° 97′ 91.15”
Getting There From Bangkok
Take the Thonburi-Paktho Road, pass Samut Songkhram, turn left onto Petchkasem Highway and go in the direction of Prachuab Khirikhan.
Another route is to take the Phuttamonton Road and head to Prachuab Khirikhan via Nakhon Pathom, Ratchaburi and Petchaburi.
The entire car journey takes approximately 3 hours.
Alternatively, we offer independent transfer service and can pick you up from Suvarnabhumi Airport or anywhere else in Bangkok. To make an advance reservation, please contact us.
Several trains go from Bangkok to Hua Hin daily, where fares vary depending on the type of train and class. Journey time is around 4-5 hours. The adventurous rides in the third class can be booked only on the day of departure – an experience not to be missed.
Duration for bus from Bangkok to Hua Hin takes about 4 hours depending upon traffic condition. Please do allow for 30 minutes to an hour buffer time if you are going for fixed appointment.
Bus fare for air-conditioned bus from Bangkok to Hua Hin is about 175 baht. Please note that the bus fare for direct bus from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport to Hua Hin is higher at 330 baht.
From Southern Bangkok Bus Terminal
Air-conditioned buses leave Southern Bus Terminal (Sai Tai Mai) every half an hour between 5:00am and 10:00pm daily for Hua Hin. Many of bus operators will drop off passengers in front of the clock tower in the Hua Hin centre before terminating at the Hua Hin bus station in the further south of town.
From Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
For international arrival tourists, a convenient alternative is Bell Travel, which departs from Suvarnabhumi Airport going to Hua Hin directly and drops off at Roong Reuang Coach Bus Terminal which is located next to Hua Hin Post Office (Secondary) near Hua Hin Airport.
In Bangkok, Hua Hin-bound minivans depart hourly from 06:00 to 18:00 from Sai Tai Mai (Southern) bus terminal. The cost is 180 baht. Minivans to Hua Hin can also be caught in front of Morchit (Northern) and Ekamai (Eastern) bus terminals.