Euro Guest House

Address: 38/40 Soi Condo Tanawit Amnuay-Sin Road, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 38/40 Soi Condo Tanawit Amnuay-Sin Road, Hua Hin, is near Hua Hin Railway Station, Prasat Hin Phimai (Phimai Historical Park), Chatchai Market, and Klai Kang Won Palace.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEuro Guest House Hua Hin

Reviewed by zoeandluke

Excellent Guesthouse

Reviewed Dec 31, 2010
by (13 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

Nice clean rooms, balcony, hot showers, secure,central location, friendly staff and 24hr bakery underneath, lovely bread and great massage place just a couple of doors down. Highly recommended and good value

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Euro Guest House Hua Hin

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Hua Hin

As our lives change from whatever…

A travel blog entry by wanderinwonder on Oct 22, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... at the Jelly's in the water. This moment is one I will forever hold dear to my heart. For me, this will be frozen in time. The sun kissing my skin, friends smiling all around me and sand in my toes. *Mental Picture*

We got to release lanterns as a group at Hua Hin Garden Beach close to where our rooms are. This was a very humbling experience. You could sense courage in the air and taste the ...

Bike riding in Cha-Am

A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Aug 29, 2013

2 comments, 1 photo

... was protecting me. I packed up my camera equipment and returned to my bike and continued back to the resort. Because I had taken some different roads on my return trip I ended up on the main highway. The heat and fatigue were setting in and as I set off into the hot head wind all I could see ahead of me was the black strip of bitumen road disappearing into a shimmering heat haze. As I hunched over the bike forcing the pedals to turn, like a demented ice crushing machine I felt ...

Getting my bearings around Hua Hin

A travel blog entry by tonymm on Jun 27, 2013

1 comment, 57 photos

... gripe he had was because the UK being part of the EU, was being over run by all these poor eastern European block countries that had recently joined the EU. "All the people from Poland are moving into England now, taking over council flats and abusing the health & education systems & were a drain on welfare".
Any way we parted ways we arrived at the towns train station. There is the original old train station and then the new station. I read some where the southern ...

Day 2 - 120kms - Rain - Oils are for Day Spa's

A travel blog entry by trevorosborn005 on Jan 16, 2013

5 photos

... slid across the bitumen. I went down in the same fashion and in an instance found myself lying on the road amongst a collection of riders and bikes...there was a LOT of oil on that corner. So much so that one rider slipped just trying to walk.

It was so surreal, knowing you were falling; knowing you could not stop it and seeing others in front of you do exactly the same.

We brushed oursevles off and there were lots of cuts, bruises and pains. But nothing too ...

Pineapples and Elephants

A travel blog entry by laura421 on Nov 27, 2011

1 comment

One thing I want to do while in Thailand is to ride on an elephant. (I rode on a camel in Cairo, Egypt, being able to look over to the Sphinx and great pyramids while doing it! What a story that was. We'll save that for another time, another adventure, but from memory, since it's long over.) Sunday, November 27 dawned hot and sunny. It was a bit hotter than previous days, but it is so nice not to have to think ...

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