Mövenpick opens five star seafront hotel in Hua Hin, southern Thailand

Property overlooks Thailand's gulf coast and contains 96 suites and villas, as well as an Asara Spa.

A new five-star property in Thailand has opened its doors with 96 suites and pool villas.

The Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hint resort - previously the Asara Villa & Suite Hua Hin - has been completely rebranded with a head-to-toe refurbishment.

The beachside location is surrounded by tropical gardens and pools. It is 10 minutes from the centre of Hua Hin and a two-hour drive from Bangkok.

"Hua Hin is one of Thailand's most desirable beach destinations, and we are delighted to unveil such a stunning property on this golden stretch of coastline," said Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts Asia president Mark Willis.

The resort has 120sqm suites with large balconies or terraces as well as bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers and bathtubs.

The one- and two-bedroom villas are between 150-200 sqm including outdoor decks and plunge pools.

Guests have a choice of two restaurants at the resort with Thai cuisine, fresh seafood and international gourmet dishes on the menus.

The property includes its own Asara Spa, as well as a fitness room, private outdoor infinity swimming pool and resort gardens.

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