One of Bangkok’s most iconic hotels for short and long stay, Grand Hyatt Erawan situated in a luxury shopping district of Bangkok. Guests can take full advantage of its prime location, easy access to sky train, and shopping malls. Despite the convenience it has to offer, it also a home for the famous Erawan Shrine.
Everything you can expect from a 5 star hotel, a sizable lobby, multiple choices of bar and restaurant, luxury goods shop, accessibility to high-end shopping malls. The lower lobby floor can get busy at lunch and dinner time as outside guests would pay Grand Hyatt Erawan’s F&B outlets a visit. Interior and decoration are still in good conditions, a bit of an old school style but it’s still in a good use
For those who love to explore the city, staying at Grand Hyatt will make your life easier. Apart of locating in Ratchaprasong road where everything is happening, you can take a long walk to a park, temples, markets. You can be sure of not getting stuck in Bangkok’s traffic by using a public transportation which is also right in front of the hotel.
Located in a diplomat and shopping district of Bangkok, Grand Hyatt Erawan is within easy walking distance to Gaysorn Plaza, Central World, Siam Paragon, the city’s retail hub. This neighborhood is also home to embassies, 5 star hotels and residents, bars and restaurants and very close to Lumpini Park.
Bts Sky Train station is right in front of the hotel between two stations; Siam and Chitlom. If you enjoy walking, taking a long walk to Pratunam a whole sell district.
Grand Executive suite is on the executive lounge floor. It is a one bed room suite with 80 sq.m, living room and bedroom is about the same size. Bathroom considers to be a little bit small but it has everything you need, bathtub, rain shower, Bathrobe and slippers, toiletry kit, and exclusive products from June Jacob for your indulgent.
The usual corporate tech tools are available for guests, including one-cup coffee maker, a Geneva Sound iPod docking station, 37 inch LCD flat screen TV, Dual line phones, Internet access with up to 6 devices. For your convenience , pillow menu is available upon request. There is adequately sized working station with octagon shaped glass table by the window
Other privileges come with the Grand Executive Suite are, 24 hour room service, personalized concierge service, breakfast, cocktails and access to board room and lounge.
Kitchen is not available in the suite
Offers a wide range of cuisine from a local Thai to European. The famous You&Mee noodle is well known among Thais and Expats, serves variety of noodles and local Thai dishes. You&Mee is bringing their signature lunch buffet back soon, so this is something to go back to.
Bar@494 is a place where business men and women of Bangkok hang out after work, runs a great promotion on a weekly basis. Instead of an usual elevator music playing in the background, you get the 90s music which I don’t complain about. This place can get a little bit busy later at night but because it’s not a big space you will still feel cozy and warm.
If you want something a little more energetic, live music at Spasso is a must. It has been a famous spot for Bangkokers and you get to try Italian cuisine in the City of Angels.
The first Grand Hyatt that opened ‘The Campus’ and is the world’s first truly dedicated MICE facility within a hotel. Though inspired by the nostalgia of University living, you have pool tables, popcorn making machines, TVs, Games. Make your conference a little less stress. It’s the coolest business facilities I have ever seen.
What you could expect from 5-star hospitality.
Unbeatable location. Comfortable to walk around the hotel and visit all the F&B outlets, doesn’t feel like being trapped in the hotel..