Hua Hin Apartments for Rent Long & Short-Term

Hua Hin Apartments for Rent Short Long-Term in Hua Hin Thailand

I’m going to show you what is available from 4,000 to 8,000 THB per month in Hua Hin.

There are other more expensive places to stay. Check out this video if you want to see 5-star luxury hotels in Hua Hin, where you can easily spend $100 per night in one of these 4 or 5 star resorts.

But this article is about the low cost apartments. If you’re interested and if you want to know the area I visited, I’ll have a link near the end of the article where you can get the map of the places I visited.

Requirements For My Hua Hin Apartments Rental

  1. Close to restaurants, mall or a plaza if possible because I don’t cook at all.
  2. Under 8,000 baht per month. Very hard to find an apartment around this price range that offers a pool and a gym. Maybe 8,000 baht somewhere further away from the city.
  3. AC, hot water machine, Wi-Fi
  4. Clean table and chair to work on my laptop

Hua Hin Beachfront Apartments Rental

Beachfront apartments along the Hua Hin beach are going to cost you about 20k baht / month and up for a basic studio or one bedroom apartment/condo.

But if you find one next to the beach in Hua Hin under 8,000 baht per month and it’s in good condition, private massage me, and I’ll send you an award.

You Need To Do Some Homework

Before I came here to Hua Hin, I rented a hotel from Agoda for 5 nights located in the middle of Hua Hin at 800 baht per night. I spent about 2-3 days walking around Hua Hin looking for apartments to stay for 3-4 months.

I was watching someone on YouTube saying that she’d watched someone saying to just show up in Chiang Mai or whatever city they’re in and then walk around to look for an apartment. This person did exactly that and then said she could not find an apartment by just showing up walking around looking for accommodation.

Do not just show up and start walking around. Ask people on Facebook groups, talk to the locals, ask the people in the massage shops, ask the hotel staff. I know most Thais don’t speak English but most hotel staff speak some English or ask people in Facebook groups, or Google it. I’m sure that’s how you found out any this webpage.

Ask around to get some ideas about where to look and at least get pointed in the right direction. Again, don’t just show up and start walking around, ask around first, get some ideas where you’re going. Then start walking around or ride around with a scooter.

I did my homework and was pointed to check out this particular Soi for apartments within my price range. I turned on my GPS on my phone and started walking.

By the way, you don’t have to do any of this work. If you have some money and you don’t mind paying someone to do all the leg work for you, you can simply hire an agent and tell them what you’re looking for.

Apartment #1 – comfy hotel style

Price: 5,500 baht per month excluding utilities

I really like this place because it is clean, comes with bed sheets, pillows and the bed looks very comfortable.

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Apartment #2 – the basic & expensive

Price: 4,500 baht per month excluding utilities (6 months contract)

Very basic, looked clean, comes with bed sheets and pillows.

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Apartment #3 – spacious with tiny Seaview

Price: 6,000 baht per month excluding utilities (electricity was 7 baht per unit. I forget how much they charge for water…)

This apartment was very clean, brand new condition, spacious room almost too big for me, nice size balcony, big window.

Did not come with bed sheets or pillows but the owner was nice enough to offer them to me at no extra charge. Plus, there was no contract, and I could stay here for just one month if I wanted to.

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Apartment #4 – close to food court & restaurants

Price: 7,500 baht per month including utilities.

Very close to restaurants and food court, comes with bed sheets and everything.

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Which One Did I Chose?

Apartment #1 – comfy hotel style

Price: 5,500 baht per month

It did not have a table for me to place my laptop and a place to eat. I will need two new tables.


Apartment #2 – the basic & expensive

Price: 4,500 baht per month excluding utilities (6 months contract)

If I want to stay for 2 or 3 months, they wanted 8,000 baht per month including utilities. I think that’s too much, even the utilities were included and I’m not going to sign for 6 months.


Winner – Apartment #3 – spacious with tiny Seaview

I didn’t sign anything, but when I paid for the deposit and the first month’s rent, I made sure I kept the receipt, and of course, the owner gave me the receipt without me asking for it. If you are renting, make sure you keep all your receipts somewhere safe. Never throw them away until you get your deposit back. Not that people will scam you, but a lot of times I always forget how much deposit I paid and the receipt is a good reminder of how much I paid.


Apartment #4 – close to food court & restaurants

This apartment was the one I selected because it was right next to a big food court. The Village Market (shopping mall) was maybe 15 minutes’ walk away and all sort of restaurants around. In fact, the ground floor of this building was a small noodle restaurant and café.

But when I went there at the end of the day to pay for the deposit, the owner said the Wi-Fi signal was not strong enough to use upstairs in my room. I would have to go downstairs to use the Wi-Fi. That was the reason I couldn’t stay there. I really need an internet connection and I’m not going to go sit outside in the heat all day on my laptop out in public.

Where Did I Find These Hua Hin Apartments for Rent Short & Long-Term?

Where are these apartments located and where should you start looking for a place to stay in Hua Hin? Click to see my Hua Hin Apartments For Rent Map.

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