An Insider Look at Park Hyatt Bangkok’s Stunning Art Collection

Pamper yourself in a luxurious suite and explore the hotel’s incredible collection of original art installations.

One of the Thai city’s most photogenic hotels, Park Hyatt Bangkok.

As one of the Thai city’s most photogenic hotels, Park Hyatt Bangkok is home to a dazzling number of art installations. And what better way to immerse yourself in the property’s aesthetics than with an art tour?

Back when founder Jay Pritzker started the hotel, he envisioned a brand that would be the embodiment of luxury; a place with world-class food and wine and a place where art and culture would be celebrated.

An artwork by Gao Weigang.

Now, guests can delve into the hotel’s incredible collection of original art installations commissioned from various world-renowned artists through complimentary art tours. They’ll be able to encounter the pieces at depth and gain insights into their inspiration and creation.

The “Naga” in the Living Room.

Highlights of the art tour include the “Pagoda Mirage”, an artwork that incorporates hundreds of small, conical copper swirls, suspended en masse to evoke the reflection of a pagoda on water, as well as the “Naga” (situated on level 9), a series of batons suspended from the ceiling, resembling a mythical water dragon traveling between the pool and internal waterfall. Both of which were created by renowned Japanese artist Hirotoshi Sawada.

The Ambassador Suite.

To complete the experience, consider staying at one of the Park Hyatt Bangkok’s suites with a special package for two that includes a minimum of two nights in any suite guest rooms from Park Deluxe onwards.

Looking to fully pamper yourself or a loved one? Go for the Presidential Suite, which is a sprawling 281-square-meter penthouse with private pools, a spa room, a private gym, a home theater, an outdoor terrace, and more.

The Presidential Suite.

Other luxurious options include the 167-square-meter Ambassador Suite, an elegant sanctuary featuring a living room, private gym, and kitchen; and the 115-square meter Diplomat Suite, which offers breathtaking city views, a powder room, and an office space.

The package also comes with daily breakfast at the Embassy Room, welcome drinks, afternoon tea at the Living Room, a three-course dinner at Penthouse Grill, and a bottle of Bollinger Cuvee Brut Champagne.

Guests will also arrive in style, as the package includes round-trip airport transfer in a BMW Series 7, as well as fast-track pickup service including buggy service.

The special suite experience package is valid for stays between August 1 and October 31, starting from US$675 per night (minimum two nights).

Book now by emailing; advanced reservations required for complimentary art tours.

This article was brought to you by Park Hyatt Bangkok.

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