If the idea of staying at a luxury hotel for a year is something you might enjoy, a hotel in Bangkok is offering a package that includes a raft of VIP perks.

The Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit has launched a One Million Baht Club for up to two adults and two children sharing. They get to stay in a club room for 365 consecutive nights for ฿1m ($33,400), and the offer includes ฿200,000 ($6653) food and beverage credit. Also included is use of the 24-hour fitness center, daily housekeeping service and meeting room usage. Club Lounge access is included, where coffee/tea and evening cocktails are served.

The outdoor pool at the Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit 1
You can enjoy amenities at the hotel for a year © Hyatt

You can park your car at the hotel, have six pieces of laundry and dry cleaning done for you on a daily basis, and enjoy unlimited usage of WiFi, electricity, water supply and local calls. Other perks include use of the hotel’s concierge service, eligibility to the World of Hyatt program and a private rooftop birthday party at Spectrum lounge and bar with two hours of free-flowing house wines, beers and soft drinks for 20 people. You also get ten complimentary massages at the neighboring spa and ten limo trips within Bangkok.

A club room at the Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit
Up to two adults and two children can stay in the room © Hyatt

If you're in need of a change of scenery, you can spend ten nights at additional Hyatt properties in Hua Hin, Phuket and Ko Samui. The offer also includes an executive program medical checkup for one person at Bumrungrad International Hospital with transfers, and a Viz Black Card membership to enjoy special privilege at Siam Paragon, Siam Center, Icon Siam and Siam Discovery.

Membership of the One Million Baht Club is available to purchase until 31 March 2021, with the first date of stay commencing on 1 April at the latest. Further information is available here.

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