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Stay Two Nights and Get One Night Free at Anantara Resort Hua Hin

Travel News Asia Thursday, 12 April 2007

From April 17th until June 30th, 2007, Anantara Resort Hua Hin is offering a special Anantara Breeze package where every guest who stays for 2 nights in a Lagoon Room or Anantara Suite, gets a third night absolutely free. The special deal also includes daily breakfast.

The 187-room Anantara Resort Hua Hin is a distinctive Thai village-style resort located on the sunrise coast of the Gulf of Thailand. Hidden amidst 14 acres of luxuriantly landscaped mature gardens and lagoon pools, the picturesque resort enjoys a beachfront location at the quiet end of Thailands historic royal seaside town.

Rates start at US$120++ per room, per night for a Deluxe Room 
US$170++ per room, per night for a Lagoon Room 
US$295++ per room, per night for an Anantara Suite 

Rates are subject to 10% service charge and applicable government tax and are valid from April 17th until June 30th 2007.

Anantara is taken from an ancient Sanskrit word that means 'borderless water', a name chosen for this elements association in many Asian cultures with wealth and good fortune. Inspired by local architecture and sensitive to the indigenous culture, Anantara Resorts are currently located in the seaside town of Hua Hin (220kms south of Bangkok), on Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand and in the Golden Triangle in the countrys north. Anantara Resort Maldives opened in September 2006.

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