Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok Staycation Offers Through December 20, 2020

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Grand Hyatt Erawan in Bangkok is about to launch its staycation offer that is valid from August 1 through December 20, 2020.

You can buy all-inclusive stay certificates that come with breakfast, F&B credit, early check-in at 9 AM and 9 PM late check-out, and complimentary minibar (non-alcohol).

You can access this offer here.

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Note that this offer is only available to Thai citizens and residents per the offer T&Cs. It is unclear if these are eligible for night credits and upgrades per World of Hyatt. No points.

These staycation certificates are on sale from June 15, 2020.

Here are the offers:

Wellness Staycation in Standard Room (3,990 THB = $127)

Enhance your city getaway with grand experiences and 5-star facilities while enjoying these benefits:

  • Complimentary breakfast for two
  • Complimentary THB 790 dining or spa credit
  • Complimentary check-in at 9am and complimentary check-out at 6pm
  • Complimentary non-alcohol minibar
  • Complimentary breakfast for children under 12 years old
  • Complimentary one extra bed

Wellness Staycation in Garden Villa (9,990 THB = $319)

Enhance your city getaway with grand experiences and 5-star facilities while enjoying these benefits:

  • Complimentary breakfast for two
  • Complimentary THB 2,790 dining or spa credit
  • Complimentary check-in at 9am and complimentary check-out at 6pm
  • Complimentary non-alcohol minibar
  • Complimentary breakfast for children under 12 years old
  • Complimentary one extra bed

Wellness Staycation in Diplomat Suite (16,990 THB = $542)

  • Complimentary breakfast for two
  • Complimentary THB 4,790 dining or spa credit
  • Complimentary early check-in at 9am and late check-out at 6pm
  • Complimentary non-alcohol minibar
  • Complimentary breakfast for children under 12 years old
  • Complimentary one extra bed

Conclusion

Good, but not exceptional rates, considering that they are tax and service inclusive, and has other baked in components too. It is just unfortunate that they only want to offer this to residents.

Here are the terms and conditions of this sale:

  • The certificate is valid from 1 August until 20 December 2020 for Thai residents at Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok. The proof of Thai residences such as the passport or ID is required upon check-in
  • The redeemable starting date may be changed subject to hotel’s reopening date
  • All rates are inclusive of service charge and tax
  • The certificate is for a maximum of 2 adults and 2 children under 12 years old at no extra charge
  • The room can alternatively accommodate up to 3 adults with an additional charge of THB500nett inclusive of daily breakfast
  • Dining credit is not applicable for alcohol drinks or mini bar items
  • The certificate (or any part thereof) is non-refundable, and cannot be redeemed for cash or exchange for any other products or services. No credit will be issued for unused portions
  • The certificate requires 24-hour advanced reservation and subject to hotel’s availability
  • The certificate can be used for a 1-night stay in the stated room type with full access to fitness,  spa and changing room
  • The credit must be used during the stay and applicable for a la carte menu or buffet at all restaurants and i.sawan spa. No credits will be issued for unused portions
  • The certificate cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions
  • The certificate is not applicable for retail products or 3rd party services
  • Black-out dates are applied for any special holidays
  • This certificate is not for commercial use
  • This certificate is not eligible for World of Hyatt Points
  • For reservation, please call+66 2254 1234 or email bangkok.grand@hyatt.com
  • For more information about Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok, please visit grandhyatterawanbangkok.com

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