Hyatt Hotels and Resorts announced the official opening of Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit the completion of the project. To mark the occasion, the property celebrated a “House Warming” with a party under the same theme throughout the hotel tower. This is the first Hyatt Place in Bangkok and the second in Thailand.
It’s located on Sukhumvit Soi 24, just 250 meters from BTS Phrom Phong station and near retail mecca EmDistrict—comprising Emporium, EmQuartier, and the soon-to-open EmSphere mall— and meeting venues such as Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre. The hotel was inspired by 24/7 convenience stores and the lifestyle of multitasking travelers who want to have up-to-date essentials, whilst incorporating stylish and comfortable experiences and finish. The hotel caters both for business and leisure travelers.
“Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit is aimed at today’s modern travelers who desire the benefits of simplicity and comfort with all essential elements required. Our guests will enjoy an appealing lower price point for facilities offered while all will experience and feel the sense of care and breadth of knowledge from our Hyatt associates. Our hotel is perfectly located to move throughout the great city of Bangkok with an incredible rooftop bar on top in AIRE BAR to make our hotel even more interesting to locals and traveling guests,” said itsGeneral Manager Saraid Carey.
The hotel features 222 rooms and suites with a Hyatt Grand Bed®, Cozy Corner, and separate workspace, an all-inclusive breakfast with hot and cold items at the Gallery Kitchen, a Gallery Menu, and Gallery Market offering freshly prepared grab-‘n’-go meals. On-site amenities at the hotel include facilities such as an outdoor 15-meter saltwater pool, a 24-hour gym, free parking for hotel residents, and free access to high-speed Wi-Fi.
AIRE BAR, located on the 28th floor and boasting 180-degree views of Bangkok, aims to rank among the best new rooftop spots in town. A light snacks menu of hot and cold items and gourmet platters is offered together with craft beers and cocktails. Cocktails (at THB 280) were created for the bar in partnership with mixologist Nick Braun, Creative Director of umami hospitality.