We arrived in Hua Hin by train and walked about 20 minutes (of which we waited 5 minutes for the walking light to become green before we decided to just ignore the red light) to Victor Guesthouse. We had made a booking there for two nights (฿1500, no breakfast included). The woman at the reception was really nice. She brought us to our room, explaining we got a larger room than booked for the same price. No idea why, but we didn’t ask any questions and just enjoyed this lovely surprise.
It was indeed a large room with a double bed, own bathroom, a tv, a sofa and a little fridge. The two bottles of drinking water we got for free each day went straight into that fridge (don’t forget to turn it on!). We received two fresh towels each day and we could lock our valuables away in a drawer. We had decent WiFi connection and there was a remote for the airconditioning system, which was quiet and had a super quiet night mode. We slept like babies.
As there was no breakfast included, we went searching for a place where we could eat something other than rice or noodles to start the day. We went to Euro Bakery both of our mornings in Hua Hin. The first time we had a croissant (not that great) and baguette (tasty), the second time a Danish pastry (with pudding, delicious) and another baguette. Both times we paid ฿60 and took our breakfast to go. It’s also possible to sit down there, relax and have eggs and bacon, but we didn’t have time to try that.
We were satisfied with our stay at Victor Guesthouse in Hua Hin. A very large and clean room with everything you need. Just make sure to throw your toilet paper in the bin as it wasn’t allowed in the toilet. Whoops, maybe we’ve done it a few times. Force of habit!