The five-star Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok stands above the highly revered Erawan Shrine, and is conveniently just a short walk from a number of prestigious shopping malls and two BTS Skytrain stations.
Tony Chi, the celebrated New York-based designer, put his unique stamp on the 380 rooms and suites, making each a contemporary haven with distinctive Thai touches. All 44 suites enjoy access to the Grand Club Lounge and a VIP concierge.
At the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok, dining is a non-stop feast, be it Thai and Asian street food snacks at You&Mee, international buffet at The Dining Room or alfresco dining at The Breezeway next to the pool deck. The Erawan Bakery is the place for fresh bread and croissants, while the wood-fired pizza at Spasso is accompanied by live entertainment six nights a week. The Erawan Tea Room is the perfect spot to enjoy a spot of afternoon tea, and the stylish décor and extensive cocktail menu at Bar@494 ensure that it’s frequently packed with happy revellers.
No Thai hotel would be complete without some pampering, and I.Sawan Residential Spa & Club offers a superb range of treatments, from massages to scrubs to facials, with an onsite pool, fitness centre and tennis courts as well. For the ultimate retreat, there’s even a Spa Cottage where guests can spend the night in seclusion.