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THE DRAWING BOARD


HYATT REGENCY BANGKOK SUKHUMVIT


Hyatt has entered into a management agreement with Grande Asset Hotels and Property Public Company Limited, a Bangkok-based real estate development company, for Hyatt Regency Bangkok, Sukhumvit. Expected to open in 2017, the hotel will be the first Hyatt Regency- branded hotel in the city.


Located in the heart of the rapidly expanding commercial city centre, the hotel will be part of a mixed-use development that includes a boutique shopping experience and an upscale residential tower. “Bangkok is a key gateway city in Asia and


we are delighted at the opportunity to have a Hyatt Regency in this market. The hotel perfectly complements the currently operating Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok and the under- construction Park Hyatt Bangkok and will offer Hyatt guests a choice of high quality hotels,” comments Ratnesh Verma, Senior Vice President, Real Estate and Development, Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts. “The addition of the hotel reflects Hyatt’s commitment to the region and to expanding its distribution in markets where guests are increasingly travelling,” he adds. Hyatt Regency Bangkok, Sukhumvit will


feature 300 guestrooms, including 26 suites. Designed by renowned Thai architecture firm Bangkok Architects, the hotel will offer a multi-cuisine restaurant, a specialty restaurant, spa, fitness centre, swimming pool, club lounge, and more than 10,700ft2


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meeting space including a ballroom. The plans represent an integral step towards the brand’s distribution in one of Asia’s key markets. As Sleeper went to press, Hyatt announced that it would also be bringing a 220-room Hyatt Place to the same district of Bangkok, scheduled to open in 2017.


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