Last week I decided to go visit 2 of my very good friends over in Bangkok. I’ve only transited through Bangkok before so I was quite excited to be able to leave and experience the city.
Now if you’re like me and love luxury hotels, Bangkok has a massive range of them so you won’t be disappointed. As I now try to stay mostly in Hyatt hotels that gave me two options, the Grand or Park Hyatt. I decided to stay 2 nights at the Grand Hyatt and 1 at the Park.
I originally booked an executive suite however as a Globalist I was upgraded to a Diplomatic Suite and safe to say I was extremely impressed!
As soon as you walk into the room, directly on your left is where the powder room is found.
Next thing you’ll find on the right is a storage shelf.
The hotel also provided some chocolate covered banana pieces.
The room has a decent sized fridge & freezer as well as a coffee machine and other food and beverage options available for purchase.
As you can see, here’s the beverage selection from the fridge:
After leaving the hallway into the room, you’ll be brought directly into living area which is massive.
The space has a massive curved couch, dining table and an LED TV with a surround sound system.
The room feels so spacious and vibrant, especially with the massive glass windows providing the natural light.
The next space after the living room is the wardrobe. The room also includes slippers, a safe, shoe horn, robes and a bag for laundry.
And straight after the wardrobe is where the master bedroom is found. The room is really spacious and the bed is absolutely fantastic. The only real complaint I had was that the pillows were a little thin but you can always request new ones.
The ensuite bathroom massive and all marble which looks beautiful. One of the biggest things I like about Park Hyatt’s are the amenities they use.
All Park Hyatt’s use Bergamote 22 products by Le Labo and they’re amazing. If you flew Etihad First before 2016, you would have noticed that these are the same products the airline used to stock in First.
The bathroom also has a massive bathtub with a TV. You can Airplay, mirror and heaps more on the TV’s at the hotel.
The shower was located to the right of the bathroom and will comfortably fit tall people.
As for the view, well, I think this photo speaks for itself…
Overall I absolutely loved my stay at the Park Hyatt Bangkok. Another thing that deserves a mention are the staff, throughout the stay there were staff all around and they were very friendly, all the way from check-in to check-out nothing was ever a problem.
I always enjoy staying at Park Hyatt’s and I think this one is pretty on par with my experiences at the Sydney property.