Hua Hin welcomes a new spa suite concept

Thailand’s reputation for offering some of the world’s top spa properties is set to be reinforced when Hyatt Regency Hua Hin introduces a new spa concept in January

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By  Sarah Gain Published  October 24, 2006

Thailand’s reputation for offering some of the world’s top spa properties is set to be reinforced when Hyatt Regency Hua Hin introduces a new spa concept in January. The Barai, a small boutique hotel and spa built on 4.5 acres of land (18,500m²) will comprise eight residential spa suites, ranging in size from 126m² to 149m², and 18 private treatment suites, each featuring a private outdoor soaking pool, rain shower, Thai bed area for relaxation and traditional Thai treatments, private changing room and vanity area. Three double suites offer a number of deluxe hydrotherapy treatments, as well as a Vichy treatment room and a steam room. Other features include a Court of Tranquility featuring a swimming channel and a sand court where yoga, relaxation and meditation sessions will take place, and McFarland House, a two-storey pavilion dating back to the 19th Century, which has been restored and transformed into a beachfront casual dining area. Inspired by Khmer cultural heritage, the Barai has been designed by renowned Thai architect and interior designer, Lek Bunnag, and is designed for overnight stays, short breaks, or a trip-within-a-trip for guests staying at the Hyatt Regency Hua Hin.

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