A hotel like no other home – Bangkok’s Hyatt Regency throws in some wonderful surprises.

Text by Jan Yong | Photography by Jan Yong and courtesy of Bangkok Hyatt Regency Hotel

Staying at the Hyatt Regency Bangkok is like coming home – warm embraces, home cooked meals and home comforts are found at every turn. The accent on a loving home permeates the entire spaces of the 273-room hotel.

From the head-turning sculptures of couples embracing, the traditional folds on the walls, the wall paintings depicting village life to the mouth-watering street food and authentic kitchen utensils on display at Market Café, and antique home decorations at the side entrance, you are reminded that this is a loving Thai home.

This particular Hyatt Regency has taken the meaning of homestay to the next level by perfectly blending the homestay concept with a luxurious feel which is complemented by the legendary Thai hospitality.

Its underlying design philosophy is understated elegance and humility defined by black and gold colours; and copper in many instances to accentuate its down-to-earth style. Every floor has framed photos of a wooden motif of a particular design of a Thai house and a framed sketch of a section of a typical Thai house. A home indeed although on a scale that appeals to the business travellers and tourists.


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