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Evason Hua Hin to Become Two Separate Resorts

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Evason Hua Hin is returning to its original configuration of 185 guestrooms and villas and will separate from the adjoining 55 pool villas, which were originally developed as a Hideaway and consolidated with Evason in 2012.

Currently in the process of a programme of enhancements, Evason Hua Hin will be a stand-alone brand from 1 August 2013, at which time the next-door pool villa entity will close for rebranding and a programme of refurbishing by its new operator.

The Evason brand has a very relaxed family orientation, with a nod towards affordability, said Managing Director Alan Thomas. The 55-pool villa entity being divested from Evason, is really focussed on a quite separate market. This move will give us the opportunity to enhance the facilities at Evason Hua Hin to better address our prime target markets.

It will be business as usual at the popular Evason Hua Hin at which the accommodation inventory includes 40 private villas with plunge pools, plus 145 guestrooms.

The unique Earth Spa will remain a part of the Evason, as will the three restaurants, the popular poolside duplex bar, tennis courts and recreation facilities, fitness room, childrens club and conference facilities for up to 200 people.

Reservations being held for the 185-key Evason Hua Hin will not be affected, and the hotel says that every effort is being made to relocate reservations being held for the 55-key rebranded entity.

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