The spanking new hotel destination combines a warm, residential quality along with an unmistakable Thai hospitality
There’s no doubt Singaporeans fancy weekend getaways to Bangkok.
Just 2 hours and 25 minutes away is a haven of bustling dining options, cheap shopping and vibrant nightlife.
Affordability aside, the Land of Smiles is also home to luxurious retreats for when you’d like to splurge and pamper yourself.
A new crown jewel is Park Hyatt Bangkok, a sparkling hotel destination which opened its doors on May 12 this year.
The much-anticipated hotel opening has unveiled an oasis of warm, residential quality along with the unmistakable Thai hospitality.
Here’s why we’ve fallen in love with it.
1. Design is at the heart of it
Housed within the top 27 floors of the iconic Central Embassy retail complex, the stunning Park Hyatt Bangkok is a true work of art. Designed by London-based Amanda Levete Architects and Bangkok-based Pi Design, the hotel is bound to the mall in a twisted-coil like structure that forms a three-dimensional figure of eight, unsymmetrical in all dimensions. For guests, this translates to well thought-out spaces graced by modern design elements — from lobby to room.