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Reviewed 9 July 2012

Our stay was on a all inclusive basis, and as other reviewers have stated this is a quiet, peaceful resort,, which the more senior travellers tend to go to, which suited us.
The hotel grounds are lovely and well kept. Chalets are basic, but has every thing you need and are spotless. There are two restaurants on site, but one of them was only open twice a week when we were staying, the main restaurant food could be luke- warm sometimes, as it had to be carried from the kitchens in the other restaurant. Alcoholic drinks on the all inclusive basis, left a lot to be desired, especially the cocktails, most of the time they were undrinkable. There is not much to see outside the resort in walking distance, just a few shops & restaurants.There are many places to go on trips, even though some are very long days, Bridge over the River Kwai, a very emotional trip, The Floating Market, exhilarating boat ride, Hua Hin night market.The pool is quite large and inviting, but some of the sun loungers need replacing, as they are rusty and the mattresses are splitting. All staff at this resort are excellent, so friendly and cannot do enough for you. Overall this is a lovely resort which could be improved with small changes.

Date of stay: January 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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6  Thank palins
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Reviewed 2 June 2012

We stayed her between 13 May and 27 May, a couple in our 40's it suited us perfectly. Most other people were of a similar age. Plenty of sunbeds round the pool. On a weekend several Thai families came but it was still not busy and there was a convention and Yoga retreat whilst we were there.

The chalets are set in lovely gardens in a quiet location and were not busy at all. They were clean and comfortable and as they were individual there was no noisy neighbours, The room was spacious with a fridge and a water heater, tea and coffee were provided. The room was cleaned daily. The staff were friendly and although the restaurants were more expensive than the local restaurants they were not expensive and depending on the tour operator you booked with you got a discount on the final blll.

Although there was only one other place to eat to the left of the compex on the beach, if you walk past the Holiday Inn you come to a street of shops/bars/restaurants/massage parlours. Approx 15 minute walk in total.

We regularly went into Ruby shop you cant miss her she will be standing hoola hooping outside. We had a massage there for 200 baht and cocktails were 90 baht. She would also give you a lift back on her scooter to save you the walk.

There were several other restaurants we tried Bow Thai which did a lovely pie when you get sick of eating Thai food! Also Yum Chang Tom, Jack Fruit and Mr Lucky to name a few. All very similar in price. We were paying aroung 500 baht for food and drink in each.

We took a taxi into Cha Am centre 400 baht return but it was too busy for us. Built up and lots of locals. Although there were a lot of vans turned into bars on the beach road selling cocktails for 50 baht.

We also went to Hua Hin which was very busy. The night market was good and there was lots of bars with Thai girls luring you in. This wasnt our kind of place but was nice to see.

All in all I think we had the best of both worlds, peace and quiet of the Regent chalets with enough shops/bars a 15 min walk away but a short taxi ride to busier resorts.

I would definately consider going back to this resprt in the future.

Room tip: all room are in wooden chalets and a good location, however as resort spread out a room closer to pool will avoid a long walk!
Date of stay: May 2012
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8  Thank ST1GB
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Reviewed 8 April 2012

I did enjoy my stay here but would not return, only because I felt it was more suitable for older folks it was way to quiet for me, I like it peaceful when I'm away but this was something else, you felt guilty for enjoying yourselves to loud because of the way some of the guest looked at you....the chalets are beautiful and the grounds are a delight the food wasn't up to much, but hua hin is only a taxi ride away, then again the food on the whole in Thailand wasn't for me...to picky I guess.
The beach is just ok...jelly fish are a problem and the ocean is a little choppy at times, I'm not very confident in the water so I stayed out of the sea because of that...the pool is big and clean so I was happy there.
Not a good review if I'm honest I was disappointed with Thailand and maybe that reflects on my opinion of the cha-am regent chalets....if you are on the other side of 60 it would suit if not then think carefully it's a rather dull place to stay, in my opinion.

Date of stay: May 2011
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11  Thank CarolCatWoman
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Reviewed 27 March 2012

As other reviews rightly said, this is a quiet location in Cha-am and appealing if you do not like high-rise hotels or want night-life. The rooms in wooden bungalows, set in an attractive garden, were spacious and well appointed, but not luxurious or trendy! The pool is large and delightful, and the hotel is right next to the beach if you prefer walking there. We chose to eat at a little restaurant next door at night and had delicious Thai seafood dishes, but breakfast at the hotel was good and we enjoyed sitting in the restaurant with a lovely view over the beach and out over the sea. As we were only there for a short break, we did not explore further but gather from other guests that there were other places to eat not too far away within a shuttle bus or taxi ride. Overall if you want a quiet relaxing time, this is a good place to go but probably better in the week as Friday night was much busier, with families arriving so the pool and grounds much busier and noisier!

Room tip: If possible, ask to be away the entrance road and the restaurant.
Date of stay: March 2012
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8  Thank pimlico10
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Reviewed 19 March 2012

As others have said, lovely peaceful hotel but a little isolated and no fully manned bar while we were there so you couldn't get a drink in the evening unless you were eating in the restaurant.
There were a couple of restaurants if you turned right out of the hotel and more if you turned left and headed for the little village which was about 10 - mins walk away.
Trips into Hua Hin would cost about £6 each way if you didn't want to be restricted to the hotel shuttle times, the last pick up was at 10 pm and had to be booked well in advance to be sure of a seat. The breakfast help yourself buffet was lovely and had a good choice. We only ate in the hotel twice at night and found that as there were very few guests eating in the restaurant it meant that the staff were 'hovering' to take plates etc. away, which we found a little off putting.
The quietness did have it's up side though as there was never a problem finding a sun bed by the pool. The hotel staff were always pleasant and helpful.
The hotel was within reach for day trips such as the River Kwai and Floating Markets.
This was a lovely holiday in a lovely setting but we would perhaps try a slightly livelier location next time but would be happy to return here in our later years.

Date of stay: March 2012
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6  Thank JenFitz49
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