Set within the curvy Central Embassy building, the Park Hyatt Bangkok was 2017’s most anticipated five star hotel opening, and hasn’t lost any of its lustre since. Swishing up to the sky lobby, the hotel welcomes with characteristic understated luxury, overlooked by a serene Buddha statue, called Meditation. Higher still, the suites are soul-stretchingly spacious with giant TV screens and marble tub bathrooms. Floor-to-ceiling windows mean you get a lot of view for your buck and both suites and rooms feature beguiling semi-transparent sketches of Thai temples.
Leading gently down from the lobby area to one side are the all-day venues Living Room and Embassy Room. Both lead out to the supremely Instagrammable infinity pool, filled with skin-soothing salt water. Opposite, The Bar is a bijou space made for intimate all-day drinking a deux, and leading to an al fresco terrace. At the very top of the building, six venues over three-floors offer, among others, the sublime Penthouse Bar + Grill and rooftop terrace. While hidden away is the Panpuri Organic Spa, a stunning, softly pale sanctuary where you can enjoy various massages and facials.
PARK HYATT BANGKOK
88 Wireless Road