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Rest Detail Hua Hin launches Grand Rest Pavilion Promotion

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[HD videos below]The luxury Rest Detail hotel in Hua Hin, Thailand, has opened a four-bedroom pavilion which gives travellers the sense of staying at their very own beachfront residence.

With 485 square meters of living space spread over two levels, the Rest Detail Hua Hins beachfront Grand Rest Pavilion features four bedrooms, oversized living and dining areas and a private pool, together with outdoor dining area. Guests staying in the Grand Rest Pavilion are assisted throughout their stay by their very own Pavilion Master, who helps to ensure that each stay is the ultimate break.

Package rates for The Pavilion Grand Deluxe start from US$ 850 for 4 persons, or US$ 1,695 for 8 persons, and include:

Grand Deluxe Pavilion for 5 nights and 6 days (for 4 or 8 people)
Deluxe Limousine transfers between Bangkok and Hua Hin
Daily Champagne Breakfast served on the private terrace by the Pavilion Master
All inclusive Private Bar stocked replenished daily
Selection of hors duvres and canaps served daily by the Pavilion Master
An evening seafood barbeque prepared tableside at the Pavilion by the hotels Culinary Team
The Pavilion Master is on hand to serve and support with interesting and unique options of things to see and do

The Rest Detail Hotel comprises 56 luxurious rooms and suites, ranging from one to four bedrooms.

In addition to the standard bath robe, the hotel provides unique outfits for relaxing around the hotels grounds, whether beachside, poolside, the spa or restaurants. A tunic, fishermans pants and flip flops are provided, as well as ipods being available and a docking station in each room or villa.

In keeping with its location, Rest Detail Hotel provides a range of activities to enable guests to enjoy the outdoors, including beach volleyball, yoga by the sea, water aerobics, or a walk through their unique hydroponic garden. A hotel shuttle bus - for which Rest Detail charges 50 Baht per person - is available for those that wish to visit the centre of Hua Hin to do a little shopping, eat out or perhaps visit the famous night market.

HD Videos from Rest Detail Hotel Hua Hin, Thailand

Ms Suwaree (Susie) Nilklad recently joined the Rest Detail hotel Hua Hin as Executive Chef. On 21 March 2010, TravelNewsAsia.com had a quick chat with her about what she plans to do with the hotels F&B offering.

Interview with Ms. Kanokwan Charoenwat, Room Division Manager of the luxurious Rest Detail Hotel in Hua Hin, Thailand. In the interview Ms. Kanokwan tells us about her boutique property, both from a trade, and a consumer perspective.

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Thailand is famous for many gastronomic delights, but bread is definitely not one of them. However, as a large majority of guests at the Rest Detail Hotel in Hua Hin are Europeans, the hotel has decided to control and improve the quality of the bread served, by making it in-house. The result is a delicious variety of breads, served with different, and equally scrumptious, spreads.

Thinking of staying at the luxurious Rest Detail Hotel in Hua Hin, Thailand? Listen to what Ms. Thidarat Tao-ak, Spa Manager, has to say about the services that the hotel's spa - Restfully Yours - has to offer.

This 72-second Hua Hin sunrise was taken on 25 February 2010 on the beach where the Rest Detail Hotel is located. Enjoy the sound of the waves just as if you were there for sunrise.

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