TW is working today but nothing requiring him to be there in person. Our day starts with breakfast. Then we pack up our stuff to get ready for check out. Luckily we have a late
We walk from Park Hyatt to Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok, dragging our bags through shopping centers and up and around overpasses. There is a Hyatt provided shuttle down to Hua Hin, which is a very reasonable price given it is 3.5 hours between the two. This is the route we have chosen and because we are stingy we walked between the two hotels. Our next stop is Hyatt Regency Hua Hin.
A card, a petal message and an actual gift in the closet.
We did again get a free upgrade. The best thing about this upgrade is we used points to book the room. So we got a free upgrade on a free stay. The room is awesome. We have our own little outdoor area with a private entrance to the pool. It is the main pool but still. Our own space to relax.
The inside is also pretty nice. We do again have a separate lounge room. The bathroom here is not a Park Hyatt bathroom but we aren’t at a Park Hyatt so…
We arrived at the hotel just in time to catch the evening drinks and canapés. So we went to the lounge and had some snacks.
On check in we were told about the night markets that run on weekends just in front of the hotel. Our activity guide says they are the best in town, though it would right? Anyway, we head up to the markets to check them out.
There is food, nicknacks, some really cute things, lots of art and artists, henna and temporary tattoos plus a host of things that will be
The food options are looking nice and fresh. Quickly we realise that we need cash to buy food. We have no Thai cash on us, however. Well, we do have a little bit, not enough for what TW would want to eat. We can plan better and regroup for tomorrow.