Park Hyatt Bangkok announced

    

 Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced that a Hyatt affiliate signed a management agreement for Park Hyatt Bangkok for Central Embassy, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Central Group of Companies.

The hotel, which will be located in the city’s central business district, is slated to open in 2014. It will be housed within a new mixed-use building.

Park Hyatt Bangkok is one of 18 announced Park Hyatt properties under development worldwide. It is the first in Thailand, and upon opening will become the third Hyatt-branded hotel in Thailand.

Park Hyatt Bangkok will feature 222 rooms, including 49 suites. The hotel will include all-day dining and specialty restaurants, a lobby lounge and specialty lounge, as well as a sky bar and restaurant with views of downtown Bangkok. Park Hyatt Bangkok will also feature 15,515 square feet of meeting space, and amenities including a spa, business center, fitness room and swimming pool.

In addition to Park Hyatt Bangkok, 17 other previously announced Park Hyatt hotels are under development in the following locations Além-Tejo, Portugal; Changbaishan, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, and Sanya Sunny Bay, China; Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, and Mumbai, India; Doha, Qatar; Marrakech, Morocco; New York, United States; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, St. Georges, Bermuda and Vienna, Austria.

There are currently two other Hyatt-branded hotels in Thailand: Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok and Hyatt Regency Hua-Hin.

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