The 273-room Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit has embraced a warm and
inclusive culture in Bangkok’s busy city lifestyle, infusing high-end
meetings with a holistic development of staff with disabilities.
The 21-suite venue with impressive recreational facilities, and 1,359
sqm of meeting and event space, has also worked hard to be an inclusive
workplace where employees with disabilities are trained and valued. It
has collaborated with The Asia-Pacific Development Center on Disability
(APCD) to help them adapt to a working environment and to offer them
long-term employment opportunities.
Since the hotel's opening in 2018, seven hearing-impaired people have
interned and trained in the hotel’s housekeeping, kitchen, and F&B
departments, and are now working full-time there.
Besides supporting small scale locally sourced products, the hotel
has created unique coffee break items that provide locally inspired
flavours such as I-Tim Kati, a coconut milk ice cream, and Tod Mun Pla,
fish fritters made from red curry pasta. Sustainably sourced seafood and
fresh fruit juice stations offer meeting delegates a refreshing break
with ingredients made from local seasonal ingredients.
The hotel is 25 km from Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport and
33 km from the Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport. It stands on
Sukhumvit road with direct access to BTS Nana Station.