Villa Maroc Resort Pranburi, Hua Hin, Thailand


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Villa Maroc Resort Pranburi, Hua Hin, Thailand


Hua Hin - Cha-Am

Villa Maroc Resort in Pranburi redefines luxury on the Gulf of Thailand. Inspired by the distinctive architecture of Morocco, Villa Maroc promises an unforgettable stay on one of Thailand's most sought after coastlines.

Far enough from the bustling resort town of Hua Hin to make it seem remote yet close enough to all major infrastructure to ensure that getting here is a breeze, Villa Maroc sits on a 153-metre stretch of coastline on Pranburi Beach. The buildings have all been created in the dramatic Moroccan style with dazzling colours and attention to detail.

The resort is equipped with all the facilities to ensure that your stay is a pleasant one, including the fitness room to keep in shape, a well stocked library, fantastic dining options and our sensuous spa and very luxurious hammam in which to wind down. You may never want to leave.


Villa Maroc Resort Pranburi, Hua Hin, Thailand

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