Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hin reopens after renovation, rebrand

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts opened Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hin, an oceanfront property overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. The five-star property, previously known as the Asara Villa & Suite Hua Hin, underwent a complete rebranding and refurbishment.

Involved in the design was the Leo International Design Group, which blended contemporary design with traditional Thai elements.

The property has 96 private suites and pool villas.

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The resort’s 120 square meter (1,292 square foot) suites have balconies or terraces with day beds, as well as bathrooms with indoor and outdoor rain showers and bathtubs. The one- and two-bedroom villas measure from 150 square meters (1,615 square feet) to 200 square meters (2,153 square feet), and have indoor living areas, outdoor decks and private plunge pools.

Meanwhile, the 400 square meter (4,306 square foot) two-bedroom beachfront villa have three separate pavilions, its own private beach area, large outdoor decks and a plunge pool overlooking the sea.

There are two restaurants at the resort. The restaurants have indoor, terrace, poolside and beachfront seating options.

Other amenities include the Asara Spa, fitness room, outdoor infinity swimming pool and resort gardens.

Simon Dell is the resort's GM.

Photo credit: Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hin

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