Grand Hyatt Erawan: an iconic sanctuary in central Bangkok


Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
Statue, located in the main entrance, of the 3-headed elephant god, named Erawan, from which Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok takes its name. Photo by Discovering Bangkok

Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok could be described as an emblematic sanctuary in central Bangkok’s heart. This 5-star hotel renders a perfect escape from the city hustle, with a privileged situation in the main business and diplomatic district of the capital at Ratchadamri Road. Just located outside of the hotel, Erawan Shrine, notorious for bringing good fortune, draws millions of visitors every year.

The hotel has a large number of luxurious rooms and suites, all of them exquisitely furnished in contemporary style, enhanced by embellishments of genuine Thai design. Whether traveling for business or leisure, the living luxury of Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok guarantees a real “home away from home” experience. From the guest rooms featuring 40 sqm to the 240-sqm Erawan suite and with Bangkok skyline views or the Royal Bangkok Sports Club’s open greenery, you’ll be immersed in the splendor of Bangkok city’s sights and delights while enjoying opulent and comfortable luxuries.

The hotel has a 7,000 sqm self-contained resort facility with a spa, a hair salon, a swimming pool, a 24-hour fitness center, a whirlpool, steam room, sauna, and tennis and squash courts.

Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok aims to be a gourmet resort in the heart of the capital with nine unique bars and restaurants that exhibits a wide range of genuine local and international flavors.

Spasso Restaurant and Bar specialized in genuine Italian cuisine from antipasti to fresh pasta to wood-fired pizza enriched with music provided by a resident band or live DJ. The Dining Room is the hotel’s all-day dining spot, from buffet breakfast to lunch and dinner with à la carte menu. You & Mee, a relaxed restaurant specialized in street-style Thai and Asian noodles and snacks.

Erawan Bakery offers premium pastries, cakes, salads, and gourmet convenience food to consume on the place or take away. Erawan Tea Room, recommended in the Michelin Guide Bangkok 2019, with views of the Erawan Shrine, serves authentic Thai cuisine supplemented by an extensive selection of teas from China, India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand.

The hotel also is the home to Spasso – Live Entertainment, one of the longest-running nightclubs in Bangkok featuring live music with bands playing rock, funk, and contemporary pop hits.

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