The highly-anticipated Park Hyatt Bangkok is now officially taking reservations from 30 June 2017. Located in one of the city's most prestigious malls, the Central Embassy, the Park Hyatt Bangkok features a saltwater pool, fine dining spots and beautifully-appointed rooms and suites in an excellent location.
An average look at the Standard Rate of the Park Hyatt Bangkok reveals an average lead-in room rate of THB 9,500++ (S$386++) per night. While the photos of the lead-in Park King room are not available - the rooms are expected to be 48 - 63 sqm in size and are therefore larger than most luxury hotels in the area (check out my reviews of the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok and the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok!).
The Park Hyatt Bangkok will be home to 222 luxurious guestrooms (including 32 premier suites) and it will feature unique bars and restaurants like the Penthouse Bar & Grill complex. Expect 'experience showers', crystal-steam rooms and laconium dry-heat rooms to beat the famous Bangkok heat. There will also be a spectacular garden terrace with a 40-metre saltwater pool.
The Hyatt Regency Hangzhou is expected to be re-branded to Grand Hyatt Hangzhou on 18 December 2018. Following 18 months of intensive renovations, the hotel will become the first Grand Hyatt hotel in the Zhejiang Province and the 15th in Greater China. The property will feature 388 redesigned guestrooms and suites that will range from 34sqm to 240sqm and it will create an inviting space for guests and locals to indulge in.
As soon as I cleared immigration and picked up my luggage, I met up with a Park Hyatt Siem Reap representative out front who promptly took my bags and escorted me to the car. Now a lot of people do not actually know this but the Park Hyatt Siem Reap actually enjoys one of the best locations in the city - it is just a short 20-minute drive from the airport and it is within walking distance to Pub Street which is a great place for food, entertainment and drinks. If you are planning on checking out various attractions around the city, the Angkor Archaeological Park is just located 8km away. Read about my review in a Rooftop Garden Suite here!
After a recent break-off with Oasis Collection home rentals, Hyatt has announced today that it is buying Two Roads Hospitality for US$480 Million. This international lifestyle hotel management company currently owns luxury lifestyle and boutique brands like Alila Hotels & Resorts, Joie de Vivre Hotels, Thompson Hotels, Destination Hotels and tommie.
The Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) is a collection of small and independent luxury hotels where guests can enjoy authentic travel experiences - The Scarlet Singapore and Naumi are both SLH properties in Singapore! Hyatt Hotels Corporation and SLH has announced plans to bring World of Hyatt members opportunities to enjoy loyalty benefits in more places and this collaborative effort is expected to launch at the end of the year.
If you are a World of Hyatt member who is struggling to meet the requirements for elite status, you will be pleased to know that all eligible nights at participating Andaz properties around the world will count as two nights instead of one from 01 July 2018 to 31 August 2018 - this is awarded based on your checkout date.
The Hyatt Regency Beijing Wanjing is the first Hyatt Regency branded property in the capital of China. Located in the new Central Business District (CBD), the Hyatt Regency Beijing Wangjing is set to become a landmark within the district. The property projects the very core of Wangjing’s unique culture, from its history and local community to its ever-changing and modernized look today.
Seoul will be getting her fourth Hyatt-branded property in 2019 - the Andaz Gangnam, Seoul. Slated to open in the city's famous Apgujeong neighbourhood, the Andaz Gangnam, Seoul will be South Korea's first Andaz-branded hotel and it will be minutes away from the Han River with high-end shopping and independent design labels located nearby.
I have stayed in multiple properties in Tokyo but the Shinjuku area is probably my favourite - the Hilton Tokyo is nice but I have spent over a week there previously so I decided that it was time to try out a different property this time. The Hyatt Regency Tokyo ticked all the right boxes from start to finish and it is now my favourite property in Shinjuku - check out my review of the Regency Club Room here!
The iconic Hyatt Capital Gate Abu Dhabi will be rebranded into the first Andaz-branded hotel in the Middle East late 2018. The hotel which is currently owned by the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC) will turn the iconic ‘Leaning Tower of Abu Dhabi’ into Andaz Capital Gate Abu Dhabi.
Hyatt has just opened a brand new property in southern China's Guangdong province - the 335-room Hyatt Regency Shenzhen Airport is located in the west side of the terminal hall at the Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport (SZX) and it is directly connected to both arrival and departure halls via an indoor walkway.