Effortless sophistication and understated luxury make Park Hyatt Bangkok the choice of discerning travellers.
FROM OASIS-LIKE ROOMS to sky-high socializing, Park Hyatt Bangkok has it all under one roof.
The destination city hotel sits in the center of everything happening in Bangkok. A stay here means guests are steps from Siam district’s world-class shopping, minutes from the wonder of the riverside, and a quick walk situates you amongst a wide array of award-winning and Michelin-starred dining and drinking options.
No aspect hasn’t been thoroughly considered here. From thoughtfully curated art to unparalleled food and wine and refined service, guests of Park Hyatt Bangkok discover a world of uniquely Thai experiences designed to introduce and reflect the country’s unique culture, gracious hospitality, and vibrant lifestyle.
The hotel’s striking silhouette offers the first hint at its contemporary architecture, which is only matched by luxurious residential interiors.
The eloquent design is by award-winning New York-based firm Yabu Pushelberg, who also designed the brand’s flagship Park Hyatt New York. The duo’s first Bangkok project pushes its calm and stylish aesthetic, which flows through the hotel in a series of unique and intimate spaces. The hotel’s sky-high Penthouse Grill + Bar, which expands across the hotel’s top three floors, was designed by New York-based interior design firm AvroKO.
“We found the perfect interior for Park Hyatt Bangkok is when all the parts – the lighting, materials, space, texture – work as a whole and you get this sense of calmness, of sensuality,” said designer Glenn Pushelberg.
The hotel is attached to an adjacent luxury shopping mall with design that makes the pairing feel organic. Twisted coils form a three-dimensional figure eight that loops mall and hotel together and incorporates motifs from traditional Thai architecture as well as lucky Chinese elements.
An Artistic Approach
One of Park Hyatt’s signatures is the incorporation of world-renowned artwork. Park Hyatt Bangkok features two dramatic installations by Japanese artist Hirotoshi Sawada.
His Pagoda Mirage incorporates hundreds of small, conical copper swirls suspended en masse to evoke the reflection of a pagoda on water while Naga, on level nine, is executed through a series of ceiling-suspended batons placed to resemble the mythical water dragon.
The highlight here is the 40-meter saltwater pool with dramatic city views. With an infinity edge lap swimming section of 25 meters, the gorgeous and refreshing pool is ringed by sun-loungers and cabanas, while lush landscaped and terraced gardens complete the tableau.
High above the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, the Pool Terrace is an oasis of calm. A spectacular 40m saltwater pool, surrounded by the tropical foliage of a landscaped garden, lies at the heart of this oasis. Nestled in the greenery are sun loungers and cabanas that add to the resort-like vibe backed by dramatic city views.
Pañpuri Organic Spa invites well-being and relaxation, inspiring guests to unwind and rejuvenate with eight rooms for personalised body and facial treatments that incorporate luxuriously natural Thai products.
The 24-hour fitness center energizes and inspires with state-of-the-art strength training and Cardiovascular equipment to keep guests healthy during their stay.
Rooms for Recharging
Featuring 222 rooms and suites in 57 configurations, the hotel’s rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows and a world of tailored luxuries and personal touches.
Calming interiors present subtle Thai accents in a palette of soft cream and taupe with black accents, The results are mini oases that still feel modern.
Rooms start at 48 sqm and are outfitted with bathroom amenities by Le Labo of New York, soaking bathtubs, rain showers and illuminated make-up mirrors.
Suites start from 66 sqm and all offer a separate living room and study. Some of the more expansive suites offer unmatched amenities. The Ambassador Suite has a private gym, while the Presidential Suite has a gym, in-suite spa, a home theater and multiple private pools.
Signature Dining, Drinking and Socialising
From immersive culinary experiences to signature restaurants with award-winning chefs and cutting-edge cocktails, Park Hyatt Bangkok offers one-of-a-kind food and beverage experiences at The Living Room, The Bar, and The Penthouse Bar + Grill.
The Bar offers indoor or al fresco tables and features a wide range of small-label wines, draft beers, cocktails, and finger food. The Living Room offers all-day dining in a glass-walled space offering gorgeous natural light. With international and Thai dishes as à la carte options, light meals and afternoon teas, this is the place to fuel up for exciting days exploring Bangkok.
Embassy Room – Catalan Cuisine is one of the few restaurants in the city to focus on Catalan cuisine. Chef Ferran Tadeo provides a uniquely modern interpretation of Catalan food.
The Penthouse Bar + Grill is where you’ll head after dark. Spread over the hotel’s top four floors, this is the place for the city’s sophisticated crowd, housing a range of venues to discover in a lavish, penthouse-style setting.
The Penthouse Grill is a classic steakhouse with a contemporary twist, while the Chef’s Table is the perfect place for celebrating occasions in style. The Cocktail Bar is open late to serve Head Mixologist Sabine Delettre Nakamura’s well-balanced creations. However, those that prefer single malts should visit The Whisky Room, a space to sip over 150 rare whiskies with stunning city views. The Rooftop Bar on level 36 is an open-air cocktail lounge with 360-degree views to elevate the excitement further.
Whether you visit to dine, drink, or stay, Park Hyatt Bangkok’s personalized service and alluring point of view make this an address to arrive at again and again.
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Article Sponsored by Park Hyatt Bangkok.
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