Hyatt has opened the doors of the first Park Hyatt hotel in Thailand.
Once the scene of elegant garden parties hosted by the British Ambassador to the Kingdom of Thailand, the Park Hyatt Bangkok enjoys a prime corner plot in the heart of the city. The BTS Ploenchit station is a 2-minute walk from the hotel.
“We are excited to open Park Hyatt Bangkok in this incredible city that is full of culture, history and a rich sense of place,” said Michael Golden, general manager of Park Hyatt Bangkok. “Our goal is to make all of our guests feel welcome and very much at home with highly personalized service in a luxurious and sophisticated environment.”
The interior design brief – to create a sophisticated private residence and sanctuary reflecting Thailand’s rich culture – was eloquently executed by New York-based Yabu Pushelberg, who also served as the designers of the brand’s flagship Park Hyatt New York hotel. This is the award-winning design duo’s first hotel in Bangkok.
New York-based AvroKO designed the three uppermost floors of the hotel’s Penthouse Grill & Bar.
“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 and co-founder Glenn Pushelberg.
Park Hyatt Bangkok houses 222 guestrooms, including 32 suites, all blessed with views of the capital. Starting at 48 sqm, the Standard rooms rank amongst the largest in the city.