Room was fairly small although bathroom was huge. Bed was fairly comfortable and the view (37th floor) overlooks Bangkok. Check-in and check-out was smooth and we had breakfast at Zing cafe before heading out. Overall, happy with the hotel and would stay here again the next time I'm in Bangkok. It's connected to Central World, just 5-7 minutes walk to Siam Paragon and a really easy walk to Platinum (5-7 minutes walk to the covered pedestrian bridge). Perfect for shopping when you want to drop your bags off in the room and head out again. Didn't have to take a cab anywhere on my trip -- Siam BTS station (at Siam Paragon) takes you everywhere and helps you avoid bad traffic. Terminal 21 is just 4 stops away vis BTS.
Traveller from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Located in Ratchaprasong, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Siam Paragon Mall and Pratunam Market. Siam Square …More
I have reviewed this hotel in the past, I have tried many hotels over the years in Bangkok, so far Anantara has been the most consistent out of a large selection of 5 star hotels, ANANTARA is handy to most of the shopping hub, right near RATCHADAMRI BTS Sky train and the staff and facilities are excellent.
They have several Restaurants, my favourite is the Biscotti for Italian Cuisine and MADISON where you have such a wide range of selections on their Buffet Breakfast, in fact all their Buffet Selections whether it is Breakfast, Lunch or dinners is always amazing.
Then the High Tea in the Lobby, The Lobby an amazing lounge and atmosphere, the art, the decor, why look elsewhere.
I love it.
Traveller from Melbourne Australia
Located on Rajadamri Road in Bangkok's corporate and shopping center, the hotel is within blocks of the Erawan Shrine, Siam …More
In a city where you are usually spoilt with spacious rooms and suites, even in the most prime locations, the rooms in the Grand Hyatt veers slightly on the small side. Couple that with synthetically patterned stone tiles in the foyer and bathroom and the room would seem to be in a tighter city in a lower tiered hotel.
While most of the room was relatively clean, I can't help but to point out some points of concern. Firstly, there was a dead cockroach at the foyer in one of my rooms. Secondly, there were multiple stains on carpet. The printed bathroom tiles are very disappointing aesthetically. A complete waste of perfectly good stone that would've looked much better in its natural state. The beds were also not particularly comfortable.
While there were these drawbacks, there were plenty of redeeming factors too. The hotel is extremely convenient, and is practically weather proof. There is shelter all the way from the hotel to the BTS station and the covered walk way that stretches all the way to Siam.
The facilities were also great, with a nice outdoor pool and spa facilities (hot tub, cold plunge pool, sauna, and steamroom).
Service throughout the hotel is commendable. Staff were warm and personable. Service was proficient; amenities we requested for never took more than 10 minutes.
We had the buffet dinner at The Dining Room which was excellent.
Overall, an excellent hotel for practical and business travelers who places convenience and location above all else.
Traveller from Singapore
Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok sits in Ratchaprasong shopping district near the Skytrain and subway. The hotel's tea room has …More