The Railway Hotel Hua Hin

Mansions & ManorsOpened in 1923 as the Railway Hotel, this massive wooden structure is one of a handful of grand Victorian colonial-style hotels that have survived the ravages of time.

Located right on the beach, it sets a regal mood for all of Hua Hin. Meticulously restored and maintained by Sofitel, it is worth stopping in for a cocktail and a closer look.

Museum Coffee & Tea Corner
Now known as the Museum Coffee & Tea Corner the areas displays original items from the hotel as well as antiques from a bygone era. The location has also been used as a setting for several Hollywood films; most notably the Oscar nominated “The Killing Fields”. The Museum has now become a popular place for afternoon teas in the Colonial elegance overlooking to the magnificent Elephant topiary garden.

The Railway Hotel Hua Hin

Uttaradit Provincial Cultural Hall

Uttaradit Provincial Cultural Hall

Once the official residence of the provincial governor, this late 19th century traditional wooden building houses important historical relics. A major item […]