Generally speaking, well known hotels & resorts in the Hua Hin are welcoming towards all LGBTQ couples and most of the 4 & 5* hotels are gay friendly hotels Hua Hin. Thailand.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in Thailand may face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents.Both male and female same-sex sexual activity are legal in Thailand, but same-sex couples and households headed by same-sex couples are not eligible for the same legal protections available to opposite-sex couples. About eight percent of the Thai population, five million people, are thought to be in the LGBT demographic.
Top attractions to visit in Hua Hin
- Cicada Market
- Vana Nava Water Jungle
- Hutsadin Elephant Foundation
- Market Village HuaHin
- Hua Hin Beach
Best Day Tours in Hua Hin
- Bridge on the River Kwai and Thailand-Burma Railway Tour
- Private Tour: Floating Markets of Damnoen Saduak Cruise Day Trip from Bangkok
- Floating Markets and Bridge on River Kwai Tour from Bangkok
- Hua Hin : Wildlife Friend Foundation Day Trip
1. Baan Bayan – Hua Hin 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Hua Hin
Just 320 m from Hua Hin Market Village, the 4-star beachfront Baan Bayan has an outdoor swimming pool with sun loungers. Offering free Wi-Fi and parking, it has a massage room and a restaurant.
Overlooking the courtyard, garden or sea, air-conditioned rooms are spacious and feature a TV and DVD player. For a quick bite, a minibar and tea/coffee making facilities are available in all rooms.
Baan Bayan – Hua Hin is within a 10-minute drive to the golf courses of Hua Hin. It is about 7.8 km from Hua Hin Airport.
Baan Bayan was originally built in the early 1900s. Facing Hua Hin’s white sandy beach, it has the undeniably superb location in one of the most sought after areas there. Baan Bayan forever catches the eyes of passersby with its hundred-year old frangipani tree, its spacious veranda together with its carved eaves and railings embracing the house.
Originally a family’s summer retreat, Baan Bayan was one among many summer beach houses owned by Royal Highness Prince Devawongse Varopakarn. Built during the early period of construction of Hua Hin town and railway station, the house had been handed down to Princess Absornsamarn, consort of Royal Highness Chantaburi Naruenart, before being sold to Khun Prabha Chaiyawat on 1 April 1952. The house was then renamed Baan Bayan, as coined by Ya-Khob, the renowned Thai writer. In the past, Baan Bayan was regularly visited by Khun Prabha, her children and grandchildren and great grandchildren. Its charm and ambience render feelings of warmth and happiness in its simplest form. Not only does Baan Bayan hold its value as a rare architectural building, but it also reminds those very fond of the house of times passed and memories still cherished. Today, it is one of the rarest and finest examples of a golden teak Thai style bungalow house, lovingly restored to its former glory.
Baan Bayan was awarded the prestigious Historical Architectural Conservation Award in 2005 by the Association of Siamese Architects (ASA) under the Royal Patronage. Guests staying at Baan Bayan can experience the glory of a bygone era, yet with all of today’s modern comforts and amenities. It is positioned as a small exclusive luxury beach hotel offering the charm of a traditional Thai aristocratic beach house. Baan Bayan will allow guests to sink back into a history rich with associations of the swinging, glorious 1920/30’s. Guests who have a desire to experience history and culture and seek a different vacation venue will appreciate the atmosphere at Baan Bayan. Advantageously, the resort is only a few minutes away from Hua Hin town center, market, and airport.
Most hotels are easy to categorise but the Baan Bayan in Hua Hin virtually defies any form of categorisation. At first glimpse it looks old fashioned, but as one slowly learns to appreciate the immense thought and design that has been lovingly placed into the concept of this exquisite small hotel, one realises that this is a very special resort.
The Baan Bayan is located on Petchkasem Road and directly on the beach. The property is set back from the road so absolute peace abounds, just the birds and the ocean. The long entrance way is a little austere but this leads to the open-air reception area where a warm welcome awaits. This is also your first introduction to the unique furnishing and design of the resort. I would date the style and furniture as late 50’s with more modern additions. The décor is predominantly curvilinear and again one can see that great trouble has been take to amass a vast collection that composes part of the unique style.
My room was a ‘Courtyard View room with balcony. It was a very large and well-appointed room with attention to the smallest of details. The room felt Colonial, thought it is not that age. The closet, luggage rack and mini bar are fitted in a room separator providing perfect synergy of shape and size. Dominated by a large king-sized bed with colourful decorations, there is also a desk and small seating area. The bathroom continues the 50’s style with black veined marble and period fittings. The balcony was large and comfortable to sit and enjoy the sunset and listen to the birds singing.
The history of the Baan Bayan resort is the original golden teak Thai style, beach bungalow located amongst the grounds directly on Hua Hin beach. This beach villa has been loving restored to reflect it’s colonial style glory with amazing attention to detail. This gorgeous building forms the focal point of this serene and comfortable resort. Here you will enjoy a sumptuous buffet breakfast each morning amongst the other discerning and friendly guests. It is open style with a lovely sea breeze. Also sculptured into this villa is a charming lounge and an exquisite small massage facility. Do explore this building as the nooks and crannies are a delight and maybe you will also find the inspiration to write!
The grounds continue towards the sea. You will find 2 swimming pools, the beach bar and terraces with sun loungers supplemented with loungers directly on the find white sands of Hua Hin beach. Attention to details continues throughout the property providing wonderful terraces for quiet and serene relaxation.
Wandering around the nooks and crannies of the original house one discovers hidden balconies, terraces, lounges and other tables and chairs tucked away under mature trees or umbrellas. In the peace and quiet that prevails in this resort one can almost imagine the likes of Somerset Maugham and Ernest Hemingway, dressed in white wearing their Panama hats and scribbling furiously away in their notebooks creating new novels, short-stories or plays in this inspirational and ethereal atmosphere.
Staff in the Baan Bayan are extremely attentive and friendly and almost unobtrusive. You will be left alone to enjoy your time but should you require their services they are always close by to satisfy your requests.
Located directly in Hua Hin’s premier beach the opportunities for walking on the soft sand are extensive. Turn right will take you a long way towards Wat Khao Takiap temple located on an outcrop of rock to the south. Turn left and you will walk toward the centre and Old Town. Then return for sun-downers at the Beach Bar.
WiFi coverage is more than adequate throughout the property, however their system does have the annoying habit of requiring the password every time one logs in despite clicking the ‘remember me’ box.
The Baan Bayan Resort is charming and suits a discerning guest looking for tranquillity and informal service. Quality is high, rooms large, comfortable and well air conditioned. Traditional Thai hospitality in harmony with it’s surroundings without the discordant style of modern hotels.
How much does a room costs at Baan Bayan – Hua Hin?
Prices start 97 $/night for Double Room with Garden View. The Double Room with Sea View Villa is 167$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Air-conditioned room features with a private balcony, a cable/satellite TV and a DVD player. It also comes with a safety deposit box, a minibar and a tea/coffee maker. Free toiletries, a hairdryer and a bathtub are included in an en suite bathroom.
Where to book online – Baan Bayan – Hua Hin – Gay Friendly Hotels Hua Hin – you can find the best hotels deals in Hua Hin during Hua Hin Golf Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Hua Hin on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Hua Hin
Overlooking the Gulf of Thailand, Hilton Hua Hin offers prime beachfront accommodation with stunning views and access to a first-rate spa. It features a beach-side pool and 5 dining options.
Hilton Hua Hin Resort and Spa offers 5-star luxury, a short 15-minute drive from theAirport. It is a 2.5-hour drive from lively Bangkok.
Boasting stunning ocean views from floor-to-ceiling windows, Hua Hin Hilton’s modern rooms offer the comfort of spacious layouts and a sofa. They feature a private, cable TV and full-sized fridge.
Relax with a Thai herbal steam bath at the spa after an active workout at the tennis courts or fitness centre.
Situated in the center of Hua Hin, the Hilton Hua Hin Resort and Spa hotel provides the perfect combination of bustling urban life and relaxed seaside living. Every guest room offers panoramic views over the Gulf of Thailand from your private balcony. Escape from the stresses of everyday life when lie back on a sun lounger, sip a tropical cocktail from the pool bar and bask under cloudless skies.
Keep active with a swim in the pool, a game of tennis or squash or a workout in the fitness center.Refuel with a trip to one of the resort’s ten bars and restaurants. Choose from fresh local seafood, outdoor fine dining, live music and cocktails or award winning Chinese cuisine.Stay connected from the comfort of your Thai-influenced guestroom thanks to WiFi. With five flexible meeting and function rooms this resort is an ideal venue for a Hua Hin meeting, conference or celebration.
This hotel is right in the middle of town near to all the stilted restaurants and bars. Only a short stroll for all that you require in Hua Hin. The swimming pool is superb with a swim up bar. The beach is next to the pool and is clean and well looked after.
Built right in the middle of the night market where you can find shops, cafes and restaurants easily, the hotel has a private beach access. Our one-bedroom suite booked for this trip is huge with massive living room, a balcony with table and chairs overlooking the beach and hotel’s pool. Although the bed is a bit hard and bathroom looks quite old, they are clean and well prepared for our arrival.
Breakfast is included for us, served at the main restaurant on the ground floor. There are both indoor and outdoor seating areas with a wide variety of western and Asian styled breakfast, freshly baked pastries, tropical fruits and drinks corner.
Hotel facilities: outdoor swimming pool is very big. There is a water-slide for kids and those young-at-heart to enjoy. The pool area is quite happening here, pool bar serves good cocktails as well. We also love the sunset drink at the rooftop bar.
This grand old lady of a hotel right smack in the middle of town is well worth a stay. The pool is great and right on the (very nice) beach. We paid the extra for the executive privileges and found them to be well worth it. Great nibbles and booze for cocktail hours 5pm ~ 7pm and lovely breakfast in the resort lounge in the morning with everything one could need or want. The corner room up high gave a nice view. The balconies wrap around for sea and city views. One shared with the nesting pigeons.
Wi-fi is very weak at this hotel – just OK for email. Many balconies of ordinary rooms facing the swimming pool can be viewed from the lifts! Good service all round from the staff though and good value for what’s on offer. I would stay here again, but only in the executive rooms.
Nestled on a beautiful stretch of beach on the Gulf of Thailand, this exquisite resort offers newly renovated rooms that provide magical views of the sea and the village. Whether you watch the sunrise from your private balcony or the multiple boats night fishing, the venue is reminiscent of some of the worlds great seasides i.e. Santa Barbara, Acapulco, Santorini. It has a well-equipped work out room, swimming pools, tennis and squash courts, and a waterslide.
How much does a room costs at Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa?
Prices start 104 $/night for Classic King Room with Ocean View. The Executive King Room with Ocean View with Club Lounge Access is 168$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Bay view rooms feature a private balcony, a 32-inch flat-screen TV and a DVD player. Guests can enjoy access to the Resort Club Lounge at the Mezzanine on M floor offering breakfast, refreshments throughout the day and unique sunset evening cocktails.
Executive Lounge benefits include: – Continental breakfast – Evening cocktails – Refreshments throughout the day
Where to book online – Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa – Gay Friendly Hotels Hua Hin – you can find the best hotels deals in Hua Hin during Hua Hin Golf Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Hua Hin on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hin 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Hua Hin
Nestled in popular Hua Hin, the oceanfront Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hin offers a memorable getaway with its luxurious accommodation and views of the ocean. It boasts spectacular landscaped pools within tropical gardens.
Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hin is less than 1 km from Hua Hin Airport and a 10-minute drive from Hua Hin’s town centre. The famous Plearnwan shopping area is within 2 km from the hotel.
Featuring high ceilings and bay windows, suites at Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hin provide a satellite TV and DVD player, a pillow menu and en-suite bathroom with indoor and outdoor rainforest showers. Villas feature a private plunge pool with sundeck and private garden.
Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hin is fully immersive escape in an idyllic natural setting, easily reached yet removed from the crowds. Elegant with a casual ambiance, this attractive low-rise resort is integrated into a landscape of gently swaying palms, verdant gardens and reflective lagoons. All 96 suites and villas offer a sense of private luxury, generous living spaces from 120 up to 400 sqm.
Dine on Thai and refined French bourgeois cuisine at the resort’s two restaurants, unwind in the serene Asara Spa, plunge into one of the resort’s two swimming pools, or simply soak up the exotic surroundings and take in the soothing ocean and sunset views.
It’s a nice peaceful hotel and didn’t seem busy and about 15 mins away from central Hua Hin. We booked the villa with a pool and would recommend this if you don’t want to sit by the main pool, however only useful to cool off or do some water exercises.
The value for money was great as part of the package as we got a 30 min massage, daily breakfast, daily cocktail or beer and either lunch or dinner each day (2 courses from a set menu featuring a selection of Thai and western dishes).
Pros of the resort were as follows:
– friendly staff, always happy to help although there could at times be a bit of a language barrier.
– they have a FREE chocolate hour between 3-4 each day as well as other activities on certain days (e.g. free hand massages).
– the food was great and plenty of choice at breakfast. The chefs would come out and talk to customers also which was a nice touch.
How much does a room costs at Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hin?
Prices start 156 $/night for Junior Suite with King Bed and Pool View. The Villa with Private Pool is 249$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This twin/double room features a patio, bathrobe and sofa.
Where to book online – Mövenpick Asara Resort & Spa Hua Hin – Gay Friendly Hotels Hua Hin – you can find the best hotels deals in Hua Hin during Hua Hin Golf Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Hua Hin on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
4. SO Sofitel Hua Hin 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Hua Hin
Located in the coastal town of Cha-Am, SO Sofitel Hua Hin is a luxurious beachside resort offering 5-star facilities including a pool with sea views and rooms designed to be personal retreats. Free WiFi is available.
Situated a 30 km drive from Hua Hin’s centre, the resort is less than a 15-minute drive Santorini Park and a 7-minute drive from Cha-Am’s centre. Bangkok is approximately a 2.5 hour drive north of the property.
SO Sofitel Hua Hin features stylish Thai furnishings and spacious interiors. Each room features a home theatre system and a 42-inch Plasma TV. The en suite bathroom comes with luxurious toiletries.
Guests can relax at the resort’s So Pool next to the beachfront, while adults can enjoy privacy and tranquillity at the Solarium Pool. Alternatively, pampering treatments are available at SoSpa. The 24-hour fitness centre, SoFit, also has personalised programs. 18 hole golf course is available at SO Wonderland. A 2.2 km bicycle track with bicycle rental is also offered.
Situated along Cha Am beach a 2.5-hour drive from Bangkok, SO Sofitel Hua Hin’s ‘Imaginative Escape’ concept combines the destination’s upscale vibe with the resort’s playful luxury attitude. The resort’s artistic journey is designed by award-winning architect, designers and enhanced with aesthetics by signature fashion designer, Polpat Asavaphrapa. The resort features 109 rooms, family suites, pool access rooms and standalone pool villas in two distinct styles: SO Arty and SO Nature. Surprising wine and dine experiences await at White Oven restaurant, Beach Society beach club, SO Sundae poolside eatery and HI-SO rooftop bar.
Well-being experiences are offered at SoSPA, SoFIT, and three swimming pools including a Signature Pool anchored by a Wibit adventure course. Creative meeting spaces range from SO Ballroom to the beachside lawn for tailored moments. Family and recreational facilities include a kids club, a wonderland-themed adventure golf, bicycle track and tennis court.
Other than the various swimming pools, to include one with a huge obstacle float for fun and another adult only pool for peace/quiet, there are plenty of activities provided within the hotel – putting, ping pong, basketball, tennis, cycling, etc … one will definitely be well entertained if one is bored from lounging by the pools. There are also Happy Hours available for drinks at various F&B outlets throughout the day which is great. Though the location is in Cha Am which is 30 mins from Hua Hin town but van shuttles are provided to town at a minimal charge from the hotel so it’s still rather convenient to visit the night markets. There is a small private beach but the waves are too choppy & the sand is too ‘rocky’ for our taste.
Our room was the garden view room, spaciously comfortable with an amazing rainshower, and the snacks and drinks were all complimentary… and guess what? The hotel staff will draw you a detox bubble bath upon request! Yup, it was awesome! Buffet breakfast is satisfying with sufficient variety and the food served during lunches and dinners at the restaurants are fairly good as well. Last but not least, the staff service level is excellent; attentive, friendly & consistently prompt. Keep up the good work guys! We give this hotel a 6-star! Will return.
We stayed two nights at SO/ Hua Hin for a getaway romantic trip. We’re fans of the SO/ brand for its lifestyle label with the objective of offering a new experience and modernity to the brand, while still leveraging Sofitel’s luxury positioning & brand awareness. Known for its collative design with several professionals in the field, namely Thai award-winning architect, Duangrit Bunnag (the one who also designed the Naka Phuket we stayed before), interior designer, Donatien Carratier, environmental artist, Martin Hill, American photographer Lois Greenfield, our stay was eye-opening, lovely and enjoyable. We loved the whole architectural design concept and the detailed artworks of SO Wonderland in the hotel
The villa was great and spacious. The terrace and private pool was peaceful. SO Ambassadors were very attentive and cheerful. Assistant Duty Manager, SO Pao gave us a warm welcome and knew my partner’s birthday and treated us as one of the VIPs in the hotel. He walked extra miles in providing customers with the best of the best service in the hotel. He was professional in his role for giving wonderful guest experience, he showed us the upgraded room and introduced the feature and design of the SO/ Hua Hin.
We were impressed by the hotel room design. The room was spacious and comfy, the bathtub and rainforest shower were very nice. Multimedia was provided in-room, including a Smart TV, JBL speaker, Pressreader. Welcoming gifts were the delicious cookies in the hotel. Amenities were upscale and we could enjoy the MyBed features which include choosing the type of pillows. We tried different Sofitel hotels in the world, but it is so different and a unique experience to us. SO/ Hua Hin is stylish, chic and energetic. The team has personalised our stay, ranging from hangers, bedding to food requirements. We enjoyed so much. The hotel has much lush and greenish view, and it certainly be one of the best one in Cha-am and Hua Hin.
We tried the restaurants for breakfast, tea and dinner. White Oven offered a great varieties of choice at breakfast. It serves dietary needs for different guests and introduces a healthy lifestyle to the people nowadays. The staff there was very friendly and proud of being in the SO/ family. A male staff served us, his service standard was excellent, we felt welcome in this hotel. Compared with Red Oven in SO/ Bangkok, I suggest more food variety could be added in the White Oven. We were offered welcome drinks at the Beach Society. The view overlooking the beach was excellent. We also visited the HI-SO Bar, we enjoyed the relaxing environment, experienced the smoothing life at night in Cha-am, and the vibe was really great.
We also enjoyed all the three pools in the hotel, as well as the functional [email protected]/ Fit and relaxing SO/ Spa there. The signature pool was spacious and not crowded, and it is fun to play at the Wibit Adventure Float. f you wish to enjoy a quiet pool environment, the hotel was so thoughtful to provide an adult pool to guests. The gym was compact, yet machines there were well-equipped. Also there is exercise classes provided every day. As we were attracted by the starlight room in the So Spa, we enjoyed the 2-hour Spa package for couple. We tried the Thai and Aromatherapy massage, and also the facial. The service was excellent and upscale. The masseurs were nice, friendly and professional.
How much does a room costs at SO Sofitel Hua Hin?
Prices start 167 $/night for King Room with Garden View. The So Comfy King Room with Pool Access is 242$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This twin/double room offers direct swimming pool access as well as a bathroom with a bathtub and a rain shower. A ChromeCast streaming media player and minibar is also available.
Where to book online – SO Sofitel Hua Hin – Gay Friendly Hotels Hua Hin – you can find the best hotels deals in Hua Hin during Hua Hin Golf Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Hua Hin on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
5. Resort Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort 5* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Hua Hin
Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort offers beachfront accommodation on the Hua Hin Beach. It just 5 minutes’ drive to the town centre, and 2 hours’ drive to Bangkok. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
The stylish rooms at Let’s Sea Resort offer direct access to the pool, or have a private rooftop terrace. They are well equipped with tea and coffee makers, satellite TVs and DVD players.
The restaurant at Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort serves Thai cuisine made with fresh, local ingredients. The lobby bar and Sand Lounge offer refreshing cocktails and light snacks.
The rooftop Gaia Spa offers massages and beauty treatments. Guests can also make use of the open-air fitness garden and swimming pool.
Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort This 40-unit all suite resort, famed for its laid back barefoot luxury romance Hua Hin beachfront, features cutting edge cool design, brings together superb facilities, great service and truly alfresco relaxed & romantic ambiance. 20 Pool Access Jacucci Suites orbit a spectacular 120-metre lagoon pool. Live al fresco on rooftop deck and enjoy oversized spa tubs situated above the Moondeck Jacucci Suite. Ocean facing restaurant has been a favorite destination for local & international foodies, superb beverages and fabulous ambience.
The rooms and spacious and well appointed and the “Moon Deck” is fun. The staff are all absolutely delightful, without exception. Breakfast is very nice. The beach is lovely when the tide is out.
There are plenty of restaurants within walking distance, as are the Tamarind Market and Cicada market, both of which have lots of food stalls.
We loved breakfast with unlimited full service a-la-carte & complementary french bubble at restaurant. Food both delicious and stylish.
Pool access from room for 120m swim is great, especially for those who prefers a peaceful holiday, as the pool is adult-only (over 15y/o).During weekends Cicada market & Tamarind night market is only 5 min away by foot. Worth a visit for local food & art.
Many activities for guest available, including outdoor cooking class. You can choose four menu of what you want to make, and have for dinner after the class.
Friendly staffs who remember their guests because there is only 40 rooms here, so looking forward to coming back soon.
The roof mounted jacuzzi bath was the perfect way to finish another busy day of soaking up the sun.
Champagne breakfast every morning was served as part of the z(zee) luxe club with an extensive selection of western and local food to choose from, all cooked to order and all delicious.
Located directly on Takiab beach and less than ten minutes walk from the Tamarind and Cicada weekend markets, which serve an array of street food at ridiculously
cheap prices, most of the seats are taken by locals, virtually guaranteeing quality.
The hotel supplies a four times daily shuttle bus into the centre of Hua Hin ir you can catch a songtheaw (bahtbus) from the main road into town, where there is a vast amount of restaurants, bars and more night markets.
How much does a room costs at Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort?
This twin/double room features a bathrobe, minibar and seating area.
Where to book online – Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort – Gay Friendly Accommodation Hua Hin – you can find the best hotels deals in Hua Hin during Hua Hin Golf Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Hua Hin on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.