Lofty dining and cocktail experiences at luxurious 3-level space atop the Park Hyatt Bangkok hotel
December 18th, 2017
The crown jewel at the recently opened Park Hyatt Bangkok is the multilevel Penthouse Bar & Grill complex – with six exclusive dining and drinks venues perched on the uppermost floors of the 36-level hotel. Here, guests are treated to a sophisticated elegance inspired by the grand private penthouses of New York and Chicago – with plush leather sofas, gleaming metallic accents and large glass windows that highlight the city skyline. Designed by the local Bangkok office of acclaimed New York creative group AvroKO, the backstory of the various spaces is based on the glamorous lifestyle of a fictitious adventurer and art collector.
Vintage motoring mementos, curated artworks, and a sweeping central staircase linking the three levels greet guests on arrival at the middle 35th floor. Diners can head down the staircase to The Grill, a brasserie-inspired setting embellished with leather banquettes, marble and gold décor. Indulge in its charcoal-grilled meat and seafood menu, including favourites Wagyu Beef Tomahawk and the refreshing Fine de Clair oysters from France. On the same level, the Chef’s Table offers exclusive dining experiences with bespoke menus for special and intimate celebrations.
Back up on the 35th floor, the Cocktail Bar and the Mezzanine lounge entice with a polished cocktail service and live DJs. Private corners are separated by ornate wall partitions to offer guests privacy. And hidden behind a dark wood door the Whisky Room offers a quietly concealed space for appreciating the collection of rare single malt whiskies.
Guests can also move up to the 36th-level Rooftop Terrace and take in the city skyline while relaxing with signature cocktails or casual drinks by the bucket.
Opening hours – The Grill is open daily for lunch between 12:00 – 2:30 pm – and for dinner from 6:00 pm, with last orders taken at 10:30 pm. Meanwhile, the Bars are open daily from 5:30 pm until midnight last orders.
Featured contributor: Caris Cruz
(Images credit Park Hyatt Bangkok)