My awesome room at Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok

Last month I was in Bangkok for a few days and I was lucky enough to be staying at one of the most centralized hotel in town, Grand Hyatt Erawan. It is located right across the road from Central World shopping mall and beside the Erawan Shrine, one of the most popular landmarks in Bangkok.

Did you know that the hotel was opened in 1991? That’s like more than 20 years! But I was delighted to find out that Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok have recently renremodelled all the guest rooms, which began in March 2012, and now all new-look guestrooms and suites recently opened their doors to welcome guests from around the world.

Before showing you the rooms, check out the lobby! Love the architecture and the whole ambience it provides.

It is always nice to be welcomed in the most detailed way. After receiving a warm ‘Hello’ from the hotel employees, I was greeted by this card in my room which was waiting for me on the desk.

This was my room. Master planned and designed by the renowned American interior designer Tony Chi, the rooms now complement the hotel’s position as a warm and welcoming Thai residence, with a residential ambience blended with Thai touches ensuring that guests feel at home.

The guestroom design approach is modern, but incorporates classical touches with a distinct Thai flavour.

Besides the design, they also provide enough of coffee, tea and tidbits along with daily desserts which made my days super pleasant. Very nice little touch by the hotel management.

The view from the hotel. See Central World? It’s hard not to miss Grand Hyatt Erawan cos it is located right smack in the middle of the city.
If I may explain, it is located in the business and diplomatic district, and is conveniently linked via sky bridge to two sky train stations.

OH BTW! They also have a very awesome Grand Executive Suite.

A bittt more about Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok:

The 380-room Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok is a deluxe business hotel with a choice of meeting and conference facilities across the hotel’s 14 versatile function rooms covering 3,300 sq m (35,520 sq ft), each with resort-style facilities. A wide range of restaurants and bars is available, including Bangkok’s first traditional European restaurant with tableside cooking. On the hotel’s fifth floor sits i.sawan Residential Spa & Club, a unique facility dedicated to pampering, fitness, relaxation, accommodation and cuisine. The hotel is conveniently linked via Sky Bridge to two Sky Train stations.

I will show you more of the hotel next. Stay tuned to all the crazy things I did in my next post.

For reservations and more information, please contact Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok on +66 2254 1234 or e-mail [email protected]


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