Its location in the Sathorn business district couldn’t be more convenient, particularly as the hotel has its own direct link to Bangkok’s highly efficient BTS mass transit system, known by everybody as the Skytrain.
Guests can walk straight from the hotel on to Surasak Station via a dedicated Skybridge, giving them immediate access to Bangkok’s most important sights and attractions. One stop away is Thaksin Station, which is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, a hugely popular destination in its own right with all kinds of amazing sights and experiences.
A few minutes by Skytrain in the opposite direction is Siam BTS Station. Get off here and you’re right in the middle of the city’s busiest shopping district, a wonderland of upmarket malls and countless independent boutiques.
Once the shopping or sightseeing is over, it’s just a quick train ride back to the Eastin Grand Sathorn.
Bangkok residents enjoying a ‘staycation’ also know that the hotel is well located next to the Expressway, the city’s main motorway linking this central area to all outlying suburbs, including Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang international airports.
Of course there’s much more to the Eastin Grand Sathorn than its extremely convenient location. The hotel has the happy buzz of people enjoying themselves and relishing their surroundings.
Its four restaurants are well known among local diners for the quality of their cuisine, ambiance and service. They include The Glass House, an all-day diner located on the 5th floor featuring Asian and Western-inspired buffet specialties together with an a la carte menu. The drinks list is long and covers every taste.
On the 14th floor is Blunos, run by Michelin-star chef Martin Blunos, an imposing but friendly character whose international home-style fare features all the classics and a lot of pleasant surprises. The ambiance is decidedly laid-back.
Chef Man on the third floor is regarded by many as Bangkok’s best Chinese restaurant.
Reserved for Executive Level guests, the Executive Lounge on the top floor offers complimentary all-day tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks plus evening open bar offering wines, beers, spirits, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres from 17.30 to 19.30 hrs. The views are simply stunning.
Each of the 390 rooms has been designed for maximum comfort and functionality, with all the luxury amenities needed by today’s business and leisure travellers. All rooms have spectacular views of Bangkok and the main river.
Other room options include the Executive Superior Sky with Lounge Access (from 32 sqm), Executive Superior Sky with Lounge Access (from 32 sqm), Executive Deluxe with Lounge Access (from 43 sqm) and Premium Deluxe with Lounge Access (from 48 sqm).
Other popular amenities at the Eastin Grand Sathorn include the 14th floor Infinity swimming pool, a laid-back international style area serving light snacks and drinks – and incredible views of the city.
The Fitness Centre on the same floor is open 24 hours and features state-of-the-art gym equipment with fully integrated TV screens and music hubs on all cardio machines. From here too, the views are stunning.
The hotel has over 1,800 sqm of space for meetings, conferences, banquets and weddings. Spread over three entire floors, each of these rooms has the benefit of natural light. On hand is a team of professionals to help plan and organize an event.
Indeed, great service is just one of the hotel's great assets.
Overall, Eastin Grand Sathorn is a venue that’s very much in tune with Bangkok, offering overseas visitors and local residents a truly memorable stay.
Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn Bangkok
33/1 South Sathorn Road Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 02 210 8100 Fax: 02 210 8399