Sheraton Hua Hin Resort & Spa has Been Awarded Thailand’s Best Restaurant by Thailand Tatler

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Hua Hin, April 2012 – InAzia Restaurant, the pan-Asian restaurant at Sheraton Hua Hin Resort & Spa, has been awarded for 4 consecutive years (2008-2011) in “Best Restaurant Award” selected by the readers of Thailand Tatler, the country’s leading luxury-lifestyle magazine, for inclusion in the 2011 edition of Thailand’s Best Restaurants, the definitive guide to the best dining in Bangkok and up-country.

The aim of Thailand’s Best Restaurant Award is to recognize hotels which have demonstrated excellence in offering the finest cuisine and high-quality dining in Thailand. This year the award was won by InAzia Restaurant, Sheraton Hua Hin Resort & Spa’s signature restaurant, which has been continuously selected as Thailand’s Best Restaurant since the first year of resort opening in 2008.

InAzia Restaurant has shown itself outstandingly in the real success for great quality of the food, perfect wine tastes, well care services, and reasonable prices which offer the most pleasurable to its valuable guests. “I am truly proud of our chefs and staffs. Winning this award for 4 years consecutively is a real accomplishment for all associates here at our resort. The credit for efforts and hard working definitely rests with each and every associate.

I am proud to serve side by side with them” said Martin Raich, General Manager of Sheraton Hua Hin Resort & Spa. Thailand’s Best Restaurant Award is based on the annual Thailand Tatler’s customer questionnaire; a number of restaurants are nominated for inclusion in each year’s guide, with a handful of finalists selected for review by an expert panel of gourmands.

These reviewers and contributors come from various areas of expertise, but all have two things in common: they draw upon a deep passion for food and wine, and they have no professional connection to any of the establishments reviewed. Please call (0)32 708 000 or e-mail reservations.huahin@sheraton.com for further information and reservations.

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