Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok is not just a hotel; it is a genuine landmark in the heart of Bangkok.
Attached to the popular Erawan Shrine and just a short walk from several major attractions, including a series of trendy shopping malls, this 380-room luxury hotel is perfectly positioned for all types of stay, from business trips and short city breaks to extended family holidays.
While it is surrounded by many of the city’s top tourist spots, Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok is also a destination in its own right. An impressive line-up of international F&B outlets includes two restaurants that were listed in the 2018 Michelin Guide, while the 7,000 square metre i.sawan Residential Spa & Club offers many ways to relax and revive, including six “spa cottages”. Guests can also stay active in the 25-metre pool, fitness centre, tennis court and squash courts, and business travellers are provided a full range of professional meeting facilities.
Whether guests are seeking a convenient base from which to explore this vibrant city, or a luxurious oasis in which to unwind, Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok is the ideal destination.
Hidden Treasures Near The Hotel
Top Instagram spot: Mr Jones’ Orphanage
Transport yourself back to your childhood at this cool, creative and entertaining café. Located within the Siam Center, diners are surrounded by carousels, toy railways and teddy bears whilst savouring delightfully sticky cakes. Guests can also make donations to children’s charities.
Located on the ground floor of the Siam Center.
Local hidden treasure: Som Tam Nua
Som tam (papaya salad) elevates the concept of a salad to new heights. Salty, sour, sweet and extremely spicy, this hugely popular dish reflects the country’s balanced culinary style. Located in Siam Square, Som Tam Nua serves traditional Thai dishes to Bangkok’s trendy set.
Located on Siam Square Soi 5, near Siam BTS skytrain station.