By THE NATION
Renovation work begins in early May and is expected to be completed by the end of September.
“The team and I are very excited at the prospect of newer and better spaces to offer our guests. This is part of our journey to enhance our property into one of the most desired hotels in Hua Hin,” said its general manager Christian Wurm.
As the renovation takes place, the property will continue to operate. There will be no disruption to the daily operations of the Regency Club rooms.
The Barai spa and the rest of the hotel facilities as renovation works are confined to designated areas only. The hotel’s two other restaurants, Talay Thai Restaurant and McFarland House, will open as usual.
The renovated guestrooms will offer better living spaces and enhanced bathrooms. There will be a whole new look, featuring contemporary decor, modern lighting and bespoke fabrics and furnishings, providing a calming retreat at the end of the day.
The swimming pool and You & Mee Restaurant are both scheduled to reopen for operation in early August. From early September, all facilities and a portion of the Hyatt Guestrooms and Deluxe Rooms will be ready.