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Situated on the western coast of the Gulf of Thailand and nestled between two fishing villages, surrounded by National Parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty, Wyndham Hua Hin is an oasis of peace and tranquility set within 20 acres of lush gardens. Offering the utmost exclusivity, our family resort Pranburi is well suited to travellers that want to enjoy the best natural splendor that Thailand has to offer in relative privacy. The resort backs up to a mountainous forest while facing the deep blue waters of the Gulf. Located 25kms south of Hua Hin in the peaceful sub-district of Pranburi, a 3 hour drive from Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi International airport, it’s idyllic location makes it a perfect getaway for singles, couples or families that are seeking a tropical paradise retreat far from the beaten path.
As a top activity-based resort Hua Hin offers, you will find tailored activities like plant-based cooking classes and yoga sessions available for guests benefit and enjoyment. Set within 20 acres, few resorts are able to offer such an extensive range of options and activities. Options are pretty limitless to do as little or as much as you choose, so kick back and let the simple lifestyle of the local community and the positive vibes within the resort guide you through the enjoyment of your stay with us – we are there to help, but not get in your way.
- Free Wi-Fi
- On-Site Restaurant
- Room Service 12:00pm – 10:00pm
- Free Bike Rentals
- Swimming Pool (Outdoor Unheated)
- Tennis Court
- Rollaway Bed
- Common Laundry Facilities
- Outdoor Car Parking
- Surfskate Park
- Beach Volleyball Court
- Pickle Ball
- Archery (additional cost)
Reception Hours: 24 hours
Swimming Pool Hours: 8:00am to 6:00pm
Restaurant Hours: 12:00pm to 10:00pm
Nearby locations: Suvarnabhumi Airport 250 km, Supermarket/Grocery Store 15km, Medical Centre 15km
Tours and activities*:
- Sam Roi Yod National park – 9:00am to 3:00pm
- Kaiburi National Park – 1:00pm to 7:30pm
- Hua Hin Discovery – 9:00am to 3:00pm
- Mangrove Forest and Long-tailed Boat – 10:00am to 1:00pm
*Please contact the front desk for tours and information.
Before You Go
Planning a holiday at one of your Club Wyndham resorts? Keep informed of special check-in details, parking availability, plus latest resort updates and developments.
COVID Country Restrictions: Effective on 1 March 2022, Travellers can arrive in Thailand on 7 March 2022 by air, land, and water with the required prepaid accommodation reduced to 1 night and the COVID-19 tests revised to 1 RT-PCR and 1 self-ATK. Fully vaccinated travellers from any country around the world can apply for a TEST & GO Thailand Pass under the requirements found here.
**Urgent Information: For more information and updates regarding travel guidelines to Thailand, please refer to this website. We encourage all guests to check the requirements prior to travel as the regulations change frequently. For other useful resources on travel requirements, click here.
Does your reservation include an apartment move during your stay? The following guidelines apply:
- Guest is responsible for packing own belongings.
- Check out time for the first apartment is 12:00pm.
- Guest may be unable to check into the next apartment until 4:00pm. Luggage can be left at Reception.
- Reception staff are unable to modify bookings to avoid apartment moves. If you have any enquiries, please contact your Member Services Team
- Limited cots and highchairs are available at the resorts for use during your stay. Please ensure these are requested at the time of booking and we recommend contacting the resort 24-48 hours prior to your check in to confirm your request.
Stay tuned for updates!
Things To See and Do
Phraya Nakhon Cave
Accessed by a 30-minute hike to Prayanakorn Cave, the beautiful Pavilion build by King Rama V is a magical sight for all locals and tourists. Visitors can go to the cave by renting a boat or by walking across the Tian Mountain.
Sam Roi Yod National Park
Take a 40-minute drive south to Sam Roi Yod National park. This marine national park includes Thailand’s largest freshwater marsh. With its scenic views of lofty mountains, the park is close to unspoiled beaches and coves.
Kui Buri National Park
Kui Buri National Park is known to be the best wild elephant watching spot in Thailand. This park is also home to one of the biggest population of gaurs – species of wild cattle. The park mountains are part of the Tenasserim Hills Range which spans over many protected areas.