The Park Hyatt Bangkok is Attached to a Luxury Shopping Mall

The newly opened Park Hyatt Bangkok is the first of its kind in the Thai city.

As with Park Hyatt hotels in other major cities, the hotel uses art as a focal point with two installations created by Japanese artist Hirotoshi Sawada. The hotel tower and adjoining luxury shopping mall form a three-dimensional figure eight (a symbol of luck in Chinese culture) when seen from above. The facade of the hotel is covered in aluminium tiles, forming a glistening patterned effect reflective of traditional Thai architecture. With an interior designed by New York-based firm Yabu Pushelberg, the space is intended to be reflective of Thai culture and customs.

The Park Hyatt Bangkok will offer lavish permanent residences and world-class restaurants all with traditional Thai influences.