494 Ratchadamri Rd, Bangkok, Thailand, 10330 | map
Why this hotel? Very central. Great for shopping, dining, gay scene. Free WiFi.
The Grand Hyatt Erawan is a gay-friendly landmark of luxury, refinement and extraordinary happenings in the very heart of Bangkok’s shopping district.
Located in one of the most liberal cities in the world, it is no surprise that the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok welcomes LGBT+ visitors with open arms.
As the landmark of luxury in the bustling Ratchaprasong, out hotel conveniently connects travellers to the city’s major SkyTrain stations, best restaurants and premium shopping malls — Gaysorn Village, CentralWorld, Siam Paragon and Central Chidlom — via a covered skywalk. The gay bars in Silom district is also only one BTS SkyTrain station away.
Aside from 380 contemporary guestrooms and suites with stunning city views, Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok features an array of world-class amenities. The selection of nine unique restaurants and bars includes an acclaimed wine bar with regular live entertainment programmes. With a state-of-the-art fitness centre and the award-winning i.sawan spa, guests can stay fit and enjoy pampering treatments in secluded Spa Cottages Suites.
nearest station : BTS: Chidlom
venue: hotel (旅馆) | features: private bathroom, breakfast included, parking, air conditioning, elevator, no smoking, bar, cafe, restaurant, shop, swimming pool, gym, massage, spa, sauna, steam room, sun terrace, free wifi (酒吧, 咖啡馆, 餐厅, 铺子, 游泳池, 蒸汽房, 按摩, 桑拿, 阳台, 健身房, 温泉)
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