Top 6 Amenities You Should Look For in Your Hua Hin Apartment Complex

Top 6 Amenities You Should Look For in Your Hua Hin Apartment Complex

There are a huge number of options when it comes to finding a place to live in Hua Hin, with accommodations to fit every budget.

If you’re interested in renting an apartment or buying a condo in Hua Hin, it’s helpful to know what you should look for during your search. Here are six of the top amenities you should keep an eye out for.

1. Air Conditioning

Even though Hua Hin enjoys the coastal breezes from the Gulf of Thailand, the tropical climate means temperatures are hot throughout the year. That means air conditioning is a must-have for those living in the district.

Most places offer air conditioning of some kind, but it should still be one of the first things you look for in a complex. Some complexes will even offer systems that can be operated via remote control.

2. Western-style Kitchen

When looking at apartments, you may notice some list a “Thai kitchen” or a “western kitchen.” Western kitchens are, of course, what residents in western countries are most familiar with – a fridge, an oven with a stovetop, and so on.

Thai kitchens generally don’t have the heavy duty cookware a western kitchen does. For example, they may not have space for an oven, as Thai cuisine typically doesn’t require one. If home cooking is important to you, look for complexes that advertise western kitchens

3. Parking

As is common with all areas frequented by tourists, parking is hard to find in Hua Hin. It’s near non-existent if you’re looking to park for free.

Some parking lots close at night or even over the holidays, which can add another layer of difficulty in finding a decent spot. That all means that an apartment complex with designated parking spaces or a garage for residents is a necessity if you want to have a vehicle in Hua Hin.

4. Outdoor Pool

A pool may seem like a strange choice, especially considering the beautiful beaches that are so close by, but private pools can be an unexpected boon.

If you’re living in Hua Hin year-round, you may find the beach becomes crowded with visitors as the vacation season rolls around. A private pool in your apartment complex lets you lounge by the sparkling water in the warm sunshine without too many others around.

Additionally, pools are a good option for families with young children – private pools are perfect for playing in the water while staying close to home and are also safer than public beaches.

5. Full Furnishings

There are plenty of options for fully furnished apartments in Hua Hin. While places that come with furniture tend to be more expensive to rent or buy than unfurnished places, they save you the time and hassle of purchasing necessities like a couch or table.

If you’re only staying in Hua Hin temporarily, then finding a fully furnished place would be the way to go.

6. Super-Fast Internet Connection

Many are surprised to learn that you can get great internet connections in Hua Hin. In fact, you can even find places that have better and faster connections than in Europe.

When searching for an apartment, be certain to ask about what internet connections each apartment complex has to be certain you’re capitalizing on the amazing internet opportunities in the area.

Contact HHPP

When you’re ready to start the process of finding your dream apartment complex in Hua Hin, the expert team here at Hua Hin Property Partners can help you find what’s best for you. We have a variety of listings for you to browse and can walk you through the process of renting or buying a place in an apartment complex that meets all of your needs.

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