A Sneak Preview of Evason Hua Hin
Senses Hotels and Resorts in joint venture with Deutsche Bank are transforming
the former Club Aldiana in the Evason Hua Hin. Recently they invited
members of the travel trade and press to a sneak preview.
They purchased the tired former
Club Aldiana for 200 million baht (US$4.4 million) and are currently
spending 300 million baht (US$6.6 million) to make it over into 40 pool
villas, 24 junior suites and several studios and rooms totaling 200
Guest rooms and suites feature
a fresh unconventional design, which is an entirely new concept for
Hua Hin. Most of the rooms have open-style bathrooms, which create more
space and light in the rooms.
The Evason service standards ensure
great attention to detail and a welcoming and friendly atmosphere exceeding
guests' holiday expectations.
The approach is designed to guarantee
that guests from all walks of life and cultures are catered for. A professionally
managed kids club will keep children entertained all day, with special
meals, adventure games, and fun learning experiences.
In addition to the main restaurant
there will be an Asian fusion restaurant, a casual beach restaurant,
and an open-air sea facing bar.
Six Senses Spa will place emphasis on health, relaxation, beauty, stress
release and recuperation. Adjacent to the beach you can relax knowing
that the family are playing golf or otherwise busy around the resort.
To guarantee the authenticity of the treatment they are bringing experts
in each of the massage disciplines from overseas. Of course if you want
a Thai massage, a Thai expert will give it. But should you wish a Swedish
massage a then an expert imported from Sweden is on hand. Likewise for
any other treatment. I get the feeling that Six Senses are about to
add the difference to the Spa Industry in South East Asia.
Evason Hua Hin is currently scheduled
to open on 1st November 2001 and the indications are that demand will
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