- Star Rating
- 5.0 star rating
- 183 Moo 4
Prachuap Khiri Khan
Aleenta Resort Pranburi
- Instant Reservation
- Instant Discount Reservation
- Name in Thai (for Taxi)
- Number of Rooms
- Phone Number
- +66 (0)32-N/A
- Fax Number
Aleenta Resort is located at the south of Pranburi Beach, a beautiful and unspoiled environment on the West of the Gulf of Thailand. It takes about 3 hours drive south of Bangkok and about 30 minutes drive south of Hua Hin. Aleenta Resort is a private luxury beach resort in Pranburi, Thailand. Whether for a few days or a few weeks, Aleenta is the perfect place to escape from it all. The name "Aleenta" comes from the ancient Sanskrit and means "a rewarding life".
Recreation : Aleenta is all about relaxation and the freedom for guests to be as active or lazy as they wish.
Beach - Aleenta is located on Paknampran Beach, a spectacular 5 kilometer stretch of unspoiled beach near Pranburi. The beach faces east to the rising sun and has calm surf. It offers excellent swimming and sunbathing and is perfect for long walks or jogging.
Pool - A fresh water infinity pool is located on the second floor of the Clubhouse. From here there are stunning views of the garden and the ocean beyond. The pool is open every day from dawn till dusk.
Other Outdoor Activities - Bicycles are complimentary to those wishing to take cycling tours of the surrounding countryside.
Spa facilities: At Aleenta we offer a variety of rejuvenating spa treatments including Thai and Swedish massage therapies. Treatments can be enjoyed at the Resort's sensuous, open-air spa pavilion located on the top floor of the main Clubhouse, or in the privacy of individual guest rooms.
- Meeting room
- Sun loungers
- Bicycle hire service
- Currency exchange facilities
- Hotel safe
- Laundry service
- NO Car park
- NO Garage
- NO Large pets allowed (over 5 kg)
- NO Small pets allowed (under 5 kg)
- NO Wheelchair-accessible
- Room service
- Spa treatments
- 24-hour reception
- Air conditioned
- Business hotels
- Hotels with spa
- Swimming Pool
- Junior suites: 20
- NO Connecting rooms
- Number of floors (main building): 1
- Single rooms: 20
- Total number of rooms: 15
- Villas: 1
- Year of construction: 2002
- Year of most recent renovation: 2006
- Ã la carte dinner
- Ã la carte lunch
- Set menu dinner
- Special dietary options
- American Express
- Bathroom: 1
- Mini fridge
- NO Disability-friendly bathroom
- NO Smoking rooms
- NO Wheelchair-accessible
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Cycling / mountain biking
- Jet ski
Services marked with (*) shall be paid at the establishment.
Aleenta Resort features a romantic, open-air restaurant and cocktail bar overlooking the sea. The menu features modern Thai and International cuisine with an emphasis on fresh local seafood. The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is also an all day snack menu and late night dessert and cocktail menu. Special dining options include private en-suite dining, beach barbeques and picnic lunches. The restaurant is open to non-registered guests during lunch and dinner, but on a strict reservation basis only.
Or an active days: hire mountain bike...explore national park, natural caves historical temple and hilltop palace...play a round of golf
Trekking and Hiking
Trek up the Limestone mountains of Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park, or take a boat and approach it from the sea. Explore natural caves, visit Tham Phraya Nakorn, and find out why this cave is now the symbol of the province.
Hua Hin also boasts Thailand's first golf course (still in use as the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course after some 70 years), and there are now 8 world class courses within 30 km of the town. Whether a pro on a break or a family on a holiday, golfers will enjoy the professional facilities here.
Many larger hotels have concessions for wind surfing and sailing needs and welcome walk-in customers.
There are many places to explore within 1 hour drive of Aleenta. Listed here are a few examples
Khao Wang, or the Palace on top of the hill, was built by King Mongkut in 1860 as an astronomical observatory and for vacationing.
Khao Yoi houses hundreds of Buddha images and was the meditation place used by King Mongkut during his monkshood.
Ratchaniwet Marukhathaiyawan Palace, midway between Hua Hin and Cha Am, was built by King Rama VI as a rainy season retreat in 1923. Known as "the palace of love and hope," the palace has recently been renovated. The elevated teak walkways and airy rooms provide a beautiful view of the beach and Gulf of Thailand.
Currently no specific policy is available. It's likely that the common policy applies: Children below 12 years of age stay free of charge in their parent's room in a cot/rollaway bed. Breakfast for the child has to be purchased extra. For other children an extra bed has to be booked (Triple Room).