In a city where you are usually spoilt with spacious rooms and suites, even in the most prime locations, the rooms in the Grand Hyatt veers slightly on the small side. Couple that with synthetically patterned stone tiles in the foyer and bathroom and the room would seem to be in a tighter city in a lower tiered hotel.
While most of the room was relatively clean, I can't help but to point out some points of concern. Firstly, there was a dead cockroach at the foyer in one of my rooms. Secondly, there were multiple stains on carpet. The printed bathroom tiles are very disappointing aesthetically. A complete waste of perfectly good stone that would've looked much better in its natural state. The beds were also not particularly comfortable.
While there were these drawbacks, there were plenty of redeeming factors too. The hotel is extremely convenient, and is practically weather proof. There is shelter all the way from the hotel to the BTS station and the covered walk way that stretches all the way to Siam.
The facilities were also great, with a nice outdoor pool and spa facilities (hot tub, cold plunge pool, sauna, and steamroom).
Service throughout the hotel is commendable. Staff were warm and personable. Service was proficient; amenities we requested for never took more than 10 minutes.
We had the buffet dinner at The Dining Room which was excellent.
Overall, an excellent hotel for practical and business travelers who places convenience and location above all else.
Traveller from Singapore
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Overall experience is still consider good. Hotel is at the hillside, a rather more quiet area. Suitable for honeymooner or those who prefers less noise. Only 1 shop in the hotel . Need to take about 1O mins walk down the hill to reach the nearest convenience store, restaurant, shop and kalama beach. Room is facing the beautiful sea view with a jacuzzi. The cleanliness of the room need to improve. There are many ants around and my foods were filled with ants around after putting on the table a while. Wifi connection in the room or the hotel is good. We are also lucky to have our request of late check out with no extra charge.
Traveller from Singapore
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"wanted a location away from the crowds and we got "
As we were on the island for a 10 day stay (middle April) and a wedding to attend included, we looked for a very nice but secluded hotel away from the busy centres, we had a car hired for the stay so travelling was not an issue.
Shasa ticked all the boxes for us, and from the minute we arrived we were not disappointed, the staff were very friendly from start to finish, and the room was a suite (323) with spectacular views from your window, very clean and spacious. as it was end of season it was even quieter than expected which meant the 3 pools were virtually our own private pools. driving was not an issue as long as you keep your line and let the scooters weave in and out of you from all directions but as there is only 1 main road around the island which takes 90 mins to drive round plus a road through the middle of the jungle. As the Shasa was quiet we did not have more than one evening meal there which was ok but a little expensive. the breakfast was spot on with loads of choice of good quality food.
as 2x 50yr olds the Shasa was all it was advertised and we would recommend if you have a car.
Traveller from UK
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We stayed at Infinity for 4 nights in Dec 2015. My wife, two year old son and myself. We booked the 2 bedroom duplex sea view. The rooms and staff were great. The staff was very pleasant and helpful with everything we needed on our trip. It's on a mountain so you get great views. For us, I think the issue we had was location. It's not near any of the main areas (chewang, lamai etc) and we found that we enjoyed going to those areas a lot more than staying close to the hotel so travel time in the rental car took a while everyday. it was our first trip and didn't do enough research on where to stay. If you prefer being away from all the hustle and bustle then this is a great place to stay. But if you want to be walking distance to shopping, nice restaurants and a great beach I'd suggest you look closer to Chewang or Lamai.
Traveller from Singapore
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