7 JANUARY 2019
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With 273 guestrooms, including 21 suites, all with floor-to-ceiling windows to take in the city views, the Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit has opened to mark the brand’s entry into the capital of Thailand.
The hotel, on Sukhumvit Road, is connected to Nana Station on the Bangkok mass transit system via a skybridge and offers guests convenient access to nearby shopping malls and corporate office buildings.
Hyatt Asia Pacific group president David Udell said: “The launch marks both the brand’s debut in the Thai capital and the successful fruition of Hyatt’s first collaboration with Grand Asset Hotels and Property.”
The property is near the Nana – meaning “meeting place” – neighbourhood, which has traditionally been a multicultural marketplace where people from around the world connect and exchange ideas.
General manager Sammy Carolus said: “We feel fortunate to be in an area that is rich in history and cultural diversity and a vibrant hub where people gather for business as well as to shop, dine and socialise.”
The property, with interior design by Bangkok-based architecture firm OBA based on a modern Thai house, is part of a 31-storey, mixed-use development which also includes a luxury condominium and upmarket shopping.
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