Intercontinental Residences | Hua Hin, Thailand
Where everything comes together. Own a residence of legacy on the last beachfront of Hua Hin.
The Hua Hin story
For over 100 years, Hua Hin has been Thailand's ultimate oceanfront address and a special place associated with royalty and nobility, grace and glamour.
The story begins at the turn of the 20th century when, during the railway route inspection, Prince Chakrabonge first heard of a serene seaside fishing village, Hua Hin, with long streches of white sandy beach. He found it so beautiful and pristine that he reported it to HM King Rama VI, who then commissioned the first Royal Summer Residence outside of Bangkok, Mrigadayavan Palace, along with the construction of the Hua Hin railway station. From there began a train of visitors and the trend of "summer" residences.
The trend continued into the reign of HM King Rama VII, who also commissioned another summer place, Klai Kangwan, or "Far From Worries", together with Thailand's first resort hotel and golf course. Others from the nobility soon followed suit and it is the many surviving beach villas built during that period, and Hua Hin's remarkably tranquil atmosphere, which give this magical place its eternal charm.
Far from worries
Hua Hin is an idyllic escape from the pressures of modern life - a sanctuary where relaxation, wellbeing, and pleasure rule. Breathe the clean air, swim in the sparkling waters, meet the charming local people, browse the bustling markets, explore the beautiful natural landscape, and play on the world-class golg courses and tennis courts.
The development comprises a beautiful collection fully-furnished apartments, finished to the same standard as InterContinental Hotel, each with their own unique and spacious ‘Elite Colonial design with a Modern Twist’ and top-quality specification. Residents will enjoy and experience the 5-Star Hotel Living Standard with a full range of facilities.
The collection comprises 238 units in total from 1-bed, 2-bed and 3-bed apartments to penthouses.
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