I’m at the brand new Park Hyatt in Bangkok this weekend and all I can say is WOW.
Hyatt really outdid itself with this property and it isn’t even finished yet. The attention to detail is simply amazing.
I’m a bit sad, admittedly, that I was only upgraded to a deluxe room. Oh, it’s very nice — but I had my hopes up that all the suites in this hotel, having been open for only a week, would not be occupied. Ah, the first-world problem of offering complimentary suites on a space available basis to Globalist members!
Turns out most of the hotel is still closed. The first 6-7 floors of rooms are open, but work is still being completed on the upper floors. The rooftop restaurant and bar is also not open yet.
Even though the rooftop bar and grill is closed, there is another bar on the lobby level that is simply beautiful:
There is also a “Living Room” restaurant like most Park Hyatt properties with drinks, afternoon tea, and a selection of food. Finally, the Embassy Room (not pictured) is the hotel’s primary restaurant, serving breakfast lunch and dinner.
The infinity pool is just as picturesque as the stock photos on the website.
I love how the pool area is lush with greenery and has dozens of places to sit in the shade and relax. A poolside menu is also available.
The fitness center is quite large:
That’s the brief tour. I’ll have a full report up after my stay which will reveal more details and include many more pictures. The biggest question we will grapple with: is it worth almost $300/night?