Built on the former gardens of the British Embassy, the Park Hyatt Bangkok brings the brand’s traditional luxury to one of the world’s busiest cities. Opened in May last year, the hotel has an expansive simplistic lobby with high ceilings and spectacular views. It is located on the 10th floor, putting you above the fast-paced city and giving you a feeling of tranquility. The hotel comprises 222 rooms including 32 suites, four dining and bar areas, a fitness centre, and a pool and spa.
The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Bangkok at the newly developed Central Embassy mall. Premium shopping destinations, fine dining and street food, museums, temples and much more are at your fingertips.
Look & Feel
Featuring many alcoves and hidden spaces, the hotel has been designed to give a sense of privacy and elegance. Quiet spaces are plentiful and views over the British Embassy gardens and Bangkok skyline add to the sense of calm. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and floor-to-ceiling windows allow for an abundance of natural light.
The hotel has four bars and restaurants. The Embassy Room, the main choice for dinner, offers Western and Asian-influenced cuisine, and specialises in seafood. The Living Room offers international and Thai comfort food as well as high tea in the afternoon and wine and canapés in the evening. The three-floor Penthouse Bar & Grill is a collection of six entertainment venues – one of Bangkok’s new hotspots. A cocktail at the bar or dinner at the grill is a must during your stay. For a tipple in a quieter, more sophisticated environment, there is The Bar, located near reception.
High level suites offer very spacious rooms inclusive of separate living space, dining area, pantry and/or kitchen (depending on the room category) and powder room.
The extensive art collection complements the hotel’s classic style. It includes works by renowned Japanese artist Hiroshi Sawada and German photographer Andreas Gursky, among others. Hosted tours of the collection can be arranged with the concierge.