InterContinental Hua Hin Resort Operating Luxury Cessna Grand Caravan Transfer

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 12 August 2010

[HD video below] Earlier this year, the InterContinental Hua Hin Resort, one of, if not the best luxury hotel in the popular beachside town, launched its own private air service to shuttle guests from Bangkok to the hotel in true style.

The exclusive service departs from either Suvarnabhumi International Airport or Don Muaeng Airport direct to Hua Hin before a resort limousine whisks guests away for the ten-minute drive for check in.

The eight-seat Cessna Grand Caravan flies in InterContinental livery and has a full-time crew on permanent standby to make the 35-minute flight between Bangkok and Hua Hin at a moment's notice.

"Right from the conceptualisation stage of this resort, we have always strived to set new benchmarks in services we can offer to guests and we think that a private plane service is very hard to beat," said General Manager, Mrs. Pattama Yoshimura. "When we launched this exclusive service, we were not quite sure how it would be received, but it has been in demand from discerning guests who prefer the privacy of a quick transfer to Hua Hin from Bangkok ... We have had a range of customers from Bangkok residents to long-haul visitors who step straight of their flight from Europe, Australia or America, proceed through immigration and then get straight on a flight to Hua Hin."

Flights can be either one-way or return on the Cessna and packages combining the shuttle service and accommodation are available through the resort.

In March spoke with Mrs Pattama Yohimura and asked her about this exciting new service. Watch the video below.

The above video is an excerpt from a longer interview. More on this new service to come ... More on the InterContinental Hua Hin.

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