Fun for all the family

Thailand August 03, 2017 15:18

By The Nation

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Take time out this weekend and head down to the Ananda Hua Hin Resort & Spa is promoting itself as a modern luxury escape with engaging multigenerational activities in a classic beachside setting.



The 196-key resort offers an impressive choice of comfortable guestrooms, suites and villas with pool access and a fresh contemporary design alongside first-class holiday facilities for parents travelling with their children. 

Perfect for larger family gatherings, the generous 268-square-metre, two-bedroom lagoon pool and beachfront villas either feature private plunge pools or lagoon pools, and villa guests enjoy exclusive lounge benefits with complementary snacks and drinks. 

“Ananda is the ideal weekend getaway for Thais and expatriates living in Bangkok who crave some relaxed fun and comfort by the sea. Our child-friendly facilities and services also suit guests on longer vacations, and the wide choice of attractions and adventures within easy reach of the resort attracts families from around the world,” said general manager Nigel Tovey. 

In addition to a vast communal pool with attached children’s pool, the resort also boasts a spacious submarine kids’ club looking out over the water and tropical gardens. The club interiors feature soft flooring, a ball pit, toys and climbing frames. 

Younger guests can enjoy daily activities including arts and crafts, kids yoga, Thai dancing, cooking and language classes, movies and outdoor activities with 16 or more pursuits to choose from in any one week. 

A jogging and cycling track with complimentary bicycles, as well as a fully equipped fitness centre keep the adults active too, while Ananda Spa inspires blissful relaxation with a choice of professional treatments and therapies. 

When hunger strikes, the Staa’s offers all-day dining choices with an extensive buffet breakfast and an appealing a la carte selections, while the Aqua poolside cafe offers a menu of light Asian and international bites with a wok station, Thai soups, pizzas and pastas as well as a kids’ menu. 

For more substantial fare, Breza is right by the beach and serves up Italian-style family meals including fresh seafood. After dark when the kids are asleep, parents can hire a baby sitter and head for Blue Biscuit, the resort’s very own jazz and blues club, which is set to become a new entertainment hotspot for Hua Hin. 

Book your stay at www.AnandaHuaHin.com.