Actually I can make this review of Novotel in Hua Hin really short by writing great hotel. It truly is a great hotel and it's not so expensive.
The staff Is friendly and the service is high. When you pay for Novotels deluxe executive suite incl. lounge you get access to the lounge behind the pool/children's area. And we can really recommend this.
Take your kids to Hua Hin Novotel and I'm sure you will get a relaxing stay.
Novotel Hua Hin is 23 floors and at the top there is a great view and a lot of space in the rooms, just go executive and experience 84 square meters hotel room the best of the best on the 23th premium floor. We tryed 3 different rooms at Novotel in Hua Hin. First the Deluxe suite incl. breakfast great room, but a little thing with the balcony. Then we tryed the Deluxe executive suite incl. executive lounge and the lounge is fantastic and quiet. And then the executive room.
The staff is very friendly, the pool is beautiful and the kids room is the best in the hotels we visited this summer with game consoles, ball play land, and a lot of space just beside the pool. Link to video of the Novotel Hua Hin play land
If we have to find a bad thing it's the breakfast restaurant it is very noisy.
There is a but, in our first room our daughter could squeeze our between the barriers on the balcony. Luckily she didn't it while I was standing next to her, so I grabbed her quickly. We told the reception but didn't hear anything before we changed room so we do not know if this has been fixed. Our daughter I 1 1/2 year old, so if you get room 1512 watch out for the left side on the balcony, It's 15 floors down.
Room service not so expensive and the pizza and Thai food tastes great.
If you need your clothes washed just go across the street it only costs 75thb per kilogram. And when you are there go get a great massage next door that is only 250thb.
Our conclusion is we will be back again at Novotel Hua Hin.
By the way there is a Fantastic restaurant just next to the hotel. And it tastes a lot better than the restaurants in the nightmarked street.