Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort has reopened to the public following some major renovation work. The resort was closed during the first two weeks of June 2018 due to the renovation of its 40 suites, public spaces and beachside restaurant.
The new look features a series of intimate suites surrounding a 120-metre lagoon that takes full advantage of natural light and breezes. There’s also newly installed eco-friendly air conditioning and smart showers that help to preserve water; the eco-architectural design of the resort minimises its overall impact on the environment. Let’s Sea is dedicated to supporting the community and preserving its natural surroundings; in addition to the new design, the resort’s staff are entirely local.
This connection to local communities and harmony with nature is embodied in the resort’s tagline: ‘Barefoot Luxury.’ The inspiration behind the renovation was, according to the resort’s ownership, to ‘set inspiring new standards of quality’ in the luxury hospitality segment. Its mission is to be a completely sustainable resort and be a place for eco-conscious travellers.
Srayut Ekahitanonda, CEO of Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort, commented: “Great design sits at the heart of all we do. We’re lucky to have amazing talent working with us to bring our guests a whole new level of luxury, relaxation and romance. Our Barefoot Luxury concept introduces a softer, richer character to the resort, creating a space that suggests genuine refinement but with a casual, laid-back ambience that puts guests immediately at ease.”
Let’s Sea Hua Hin Al Fresco Resort started out as a restaurant and has stayed true to its roots. Head chef, Supanee Ketbumrung, continues to serve locally sourced food, preparing international cuisine alongside local dishes that have been handed down through the generations.
Located 144 miles southwest of Bangkok, Hua Hin is a popular getaway destination for travellers in search of beaches, relaxation and luxury in the Gulf of Thailand.