Eco-friendly boutique hotel reopens in Hua Hin

George Sell By George Sell
25 July 2018 | Updated 25 July 2018

Thailand: The 40-key Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort has reopened after a major renovation.

The property has completed a significant renovation to its 40 suites, public spaces and beachside restaurant.
 
The sites are arranged around a 120-metre lagoon pool, and the architecture takes full advantage of natural light and cooling breezes. All food is locally sourced with a sensitive waste management systems.
 
Other features include newly installed eco-friendly air conditioning and smart showers, a high-tech fitness studio, high-speed internet connections, Bose Sound Wave 10 Bluetooth speakers and oversized spa tubs situated on the rooftops of the suites.
 
Srayut Ekahitanonda, CEO of Let's Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort, said: "Great design sits at the heart of all we do. We're lucky to have amazing talent working with us to bring our guests a whole new level of luxury, relaxation and romance. Our Barefoot Luxury concept introduces a softer, richer character to the resort, creating a space that suggests genuine refinement but with a casual, laid back ambiance that puts guests immediately at ease." 

Let's Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort originally began as a restaurant which has become renowned with both local and international diners. Head chef Supanee J. Ketbumrung serves "a fragrant blend of local and international favourites that are seasonally sensitive, along with its own unique creations that make Let's Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort a gourmet destination in and of itself".

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