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Bangkok Grand Hyatt reopens for business

June 01 2010-The Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok re-opened its doors on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 to welcome guests back to enjoy the hotel’s facilities and services.

The first guests arrived in the morning and were warmly greeted by the hotel’s General Manager together with more than 100 associates who lined up with welcoming smiles accompanied with a traditional Thai “wai” and a big round of applause as the couple strolled down from the lobby to the elevator.
All of the hotel’s 380 guestrooms including 38 suites and six spa cottages, 11 restaurants and bars, 15 versatile function rooms and i.sawan Residential Spa & Club have resumed operations.

Richard Greaves, the hotel’s general manager, said, “After 35 days of service suspension due to ongoing street protests, our associates are delighted to have the opportunity again to extend authentic Thai hospitality to our customers from this day onwards. We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back to the hotel.”

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