|Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok|
Travel from the Suvarnabhumi Airport, the main international airport in Bangkok, was made easy with a pick up in one of the hotels limousines, a Mercedes Benz New S Class Hybrid.
I was then shown to my Grand Club Room on the executive floor, one of the 380 contemporary guestrooms and suites that provide luxurious modern comfort. My room was beautifully decorated in contemporary style and was enhanced by flourishes of authentic Thai design. All the hotel guestrooms are spacious, ranging in size from 40 square metres to 200 square metres.
|banana, coconut, and mango|
|Phuang Malai Thai garland|
The spacious bathroom had separate marble bath and shower facilities, a nice range of amenities and hairdryer. It could be opened or closed off from the bedroom. The room had an iron and ironing board, in-room safe and plenty of other features that made it a home away from home.
I enjoyed the Grand Club benefits which included the comfort of the exclusive Grand Club Lounge. I enjoyed sitting in comfortable chairs looking out of the expansive windows that provided panoramic views of the city. As well as breakfast, all-day tea/coffee, evening cocktails & light canapés were served here. The Grand Club Lounge staff were particularly friendly and engaging.
|The Dining Room breakfast|
The Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok offers a choice of 9 gourmet dining restaurants and bars and nightly entertainment. Passionate and creative chefs use gourmet ingredients and seasonal produce to make delicious Thai and International dishes accompanied by fine wines.
The restaurants & bars include -
- Tables, a Steak and Seafood Grill, serving traditional European cuisine
- The Dining Room, featuring an extensive international buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner
- You & Me, a casual restaurant serving a variety of Noodles from Thailand and around Asia
- Spasso, a place to savour delicious Italian cuisine
- The Garden Lounge, serving light meals and refreshments
- Bar@494, a cozy Wine & Champagne Bar in a garden setting
- Erawan Bakery, offering the finest home-made ice creams, chocolates, cakes and pastries
- Erawan Tea Room, serving authentic Thai cuisine and the World’s best afternoon tea
- The Breezeway, a relaxing dining and lounge area located adjacent to i.sawan’s pool deck.
|Lobby - Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok|
For recreation the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok offers an excellent spa, fitness facilities and pool located on the 5th floor.
The i.sawan Residential Spa & Club embraces its mythical concept of the ‘fifth level of heaven’. Nestled in the hotels garden, it offers a rejuvenating retreat from the rigours of urban living. It provides an extensive spa menu offering facial treatments, body wraps, body scrubs, body massages and revitalizing bath remedies in the garden bungalows.
In addition, there is a hair salon and nail bar. It also offers a jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, and cold and hot plunge pools.
After a sauna and jacuzzi I enjoyed my aromatherapy massage. It was just what I needed to relax.
|Greenhouse Fitness Centre|
The outdoor swimming pool is a large 25 metre free-form swimming pool in a garden setting open from 6:00am to 10:00pm daily. The pool depth ranges from .90 metres at the shallow end and 1.50 metres at deep end. The swimming pool and whirlpool bath are surrounded by a teakwood sundeck and green gardens. I enjoyed swimming in the cool water each day.
Male and female changing and relaxation rooms are equipped with lockers, rain showers and grooming stations.
The Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok is the ideal venue for meetings, conferences and weddings. There is a total of 3,300 square metres of event and meeting space across 14 versatile function rooms. For example, The Residence can host small meetings of 10 to 100 persons, and The Grand Ballroom holds 1,500 for receptions and 750 for gala dinners.
The Business Centre provides a range of secretarial services. They were very helpful with the printing of my airline ticket and resolving a problem with my camera.
|Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok|