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The hotel is 40 minutes from Suvarnabhumi airport. The property offers limousine pick-up and drop-off service (BMW series 7). The airport limousine service is available at THB 3400. Cold water and refreshing towels are offered during the journey. The hotel is located in the heart of. capital’s central business district. The property is part of the Central Embassy complex. This is a mixed use building that also houses Bangkok’s most luxurious shopping mall. This is the hotel entrance when you arrive by car. The property is built on the site of the former British embassy. Let’s explore the ground floor lobby.
The hotel’s main lobby is located on the 10th floor. The interiors of the hotel are stunning. The design was executed by New York-based Yabu Pushelberg. A cascading copper installation dominates the lobby. It’s a work of art by renowned Japanese artist Hirotoshi Sawada. It’s a work of art by renowned Japanese artist Hirotoshi Sawada. Elevators take guests to the main lobby. The lifts also provide access to the Central Embassy shopping mall on the 6th floor.
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Elevators take guests to the main lobby on the 10th floor. The 10th floor is the hotel’s center of action. This floor features the stylish main lobby, an intimate library and an elegant bar. The bar is a sophisticated place to enjoy an after-work drink, sundowner, or nightcap. The hotel has the feel of a private residence. The design is quite similar to the Park Hyatt’s flagship hotel in New York City. This is the finest art collection of any hotel in Asia. Almost all works of art are part of Central Group CEO Tos Chirathivat’s private collection. A Bhudda statue welcomes guests to the property.
It’s a creation by Nonthivathn Chandhanaphalin, Thailand’s best known modern sculptor. This is the reception area where check-in is done. The concierge desk is also located here. This Bhudda statue is just magnificent!. The city’s skyline glistens in the background. World of Hyatt is the loyalty program of the Hyatt group. Tip: stay for free at the hotel with World of Hyatt points. You collect World of Hyatt points by staying at Hyatt Todtfeld. You can redeem these points for a free stay at any Hyatt hotel, including this property. IMHO, Hyatt’s loyalty program is excellent. I’ve stayed for free at several Hyatt hotels using my World of Hyatt poi. Four elevators take the guests. I explore the accommodations later in this clip. to the guest room floors.
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Four elevators take the guests to the guest room floors. A few more impressions of the lobby and bar;. Park Hyatt is the luxury brand of the Hyatt Hotel Group. A majestic staircase leads to 2 restaurants & the pool. The walls lining the staircase feature intricately carved lotus motifs. An art installation adorns the ceiling. It’s named after Naga, the water dragon believed to inhabit the Mek. Here, light meals are provided throughout the day. This includes high tea in the afternoon and wine and canapes in the evening. The Embassy Room is the hotel’s international It offers a ‘home-styled’ dining experience.
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The restaurant has an open kitchen. It’s a much appreciated, standard feature in all newly built Park Hyatt hotels. Let’s have a look at the accommodations. The hotel features 222 rooms, including 49 suites. Let’s have a look at the accommodations. I stayed in this room during my visit. Room category: Park King. Rooms come with either one king or two twin beds. Beds are dressed with silky soft, 300 thread count linen. All rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows.
The view of the Bangkok skyline is spectacular. The creamy colored bathroom is gorgeous. Toiletries are provided by the New York brand ‘Le Labo’. The room offers a view of the gorgeous pool deck. Let’s go down again to the 8th floor to explore the pool area. The 8th floor features a large outdoor terrace. It represents an oasis of tranquility, away from the city’s hustle and bustle. The pool is flanked by a terraced garden. Several sunbaking decks are oriented towards the south. This spot offers a good view of the hotel’s unusual shape. The twisted coil forms a three-dimensional figure of ‘8’, a lucky number in Chinese culture.
Let’s explore the hotel’s top 3 floors. These floors feature an entertainment complex comprising a restaurant, bars and lounges. These floors feature an entertainment complex comprising a. This is the Grill, the main restaurant, which features an open kitchen. The Grill serves steaks flame-grilled to perfection Food at the restaurant is delicious (I highly recommend it). Food at the restaurant is delicious (I highly recommend it). The Chef’s Table can be reached via the kitchen. This is the Park Hyatt Bangkok’s most exclusive dining spot. One floor above the Grill restaurant is a great bar. The bar is very lively (I filmed this sequence before any guests arrived). I was so jetlagged and hungry that I ordered some delicious Pad Thai breakfast, while expensive, is a feast. An excellent buffet is complemented by an a la carte menu.