For those looking for a luxury hotel near Central Rama 9 in Bangkok, the Hyatt Regency brand will be opening a new hotel there, with two additional properties to open across Asian. One of the properties will open at Okinawa, the other in Bali, with all new openings to open and operate under the Hyatt Regency brand. Notably, while the brand has been opening hotels across the globe, these three destinations are quite popular with Hongkongers, with frequent flights from Hong Kong.
Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa
To located on a private island located midway between the main island’s northern and southern ends, this property is the first Hyatt beach resort ever located in Japan. Located about an hour’s drive away from Naha Airport, this property will open in August. The hotel features design inspired by Okinawan culture, all strewn across its 344 rooms, 320 of which are located in a seven-storey wing, whilst 24 of the rooms are privately situated in a three-storey beach house accessible by bridge.
For dining options, the resort has six dining outlets as well as five flexible banquet venues complete with a view of the ocean. To accommodate destination weddings, one of the things that Okinawa is popular for, the hotel also has an on-site chapel with an aisle that stretches out into the seafront.
Hyatt Regency Bali
This new hotel is located in Sanur, about half-hour drive away from Denpasar’s Ngurah Rai International Airport, and will open sometime after October 2018, but before New Year. The hotel offer a 500m beachfront space, which includes three swimming pools, a pair of restaurants and a lounge, as well as 10 spa villas and a kids club, with a total space of 363 guestrooms, and 39 suites.
The hotel features traditional Balinese designs, matching Sanur’s notable preservation of old Balinese culture and traditional villages.
Hyatt Regency Bangkok
To open before November in the heart of Sukhumvit, Bangkok’s multi-cultural hub. This new Hyatt Regency hotel will be occupying space in a mixed-use 31-storey property development, conveniently connected to the nearby Nana BTS Skytrain station. The hotel’s amenities feature contemporary Thai aesthetics, with 273 35m2-guestrooms, with a free-form swimming pool on the sixth floor. The hotel’s top three floors are a music bar, dining venues then a rooftop bar, while a multi-purpose residential venue composes the whole of the 29th floor.