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Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit in Thailand [In-Depth Review]

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Bangkok, the bustling capital of Thailand, captivates travelers with its busy street markets, vibrant nightlife, and historic temples. From historic palaces to incredible street food, Bangkok’s dynamic energy and rich heritage make it a must-visit destination for those looking for a real adventure.

The city keeps bringing me back — my most recent trip was my fifth time visiting the city in the last 3 years. On this trip, I had just 1 night in Bangkok, so I wanted to take it easy and unwind before my flight to Kuala Lumpur the following day.

After some deliberation, I decided to book a hotel that would allow me to spend my last day in Thailand relaxing. I chose the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit as I stayed at the property several times last year and had a great experience each time.

However, this was my first time staying at the property as a World of Hyatt Globalist member, so I was hoping for a nice suite and a comfortable stay.

Read on for my full review of the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit and why you should consider this property if you travel to Bangkok.

Booking the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit

Since I had decided on the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit for my 1-night stay, I headed to Hyatt’s website to see what cash rates for the property were, a necessary first step before deciding whether to pay with cash or to redeem World of Hyatt points.

Cash rates were around ฿3,575, or about $98, including taxes and fees.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit cash price for 1 night
Cash rates for 1 night. Image Credit: Hyatt

Paying Cash vs. Using Points

The Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit is a Category 1 Hyatt property, meaning that award nights start at 3,500 points per night (off-peak) and can be as high as 6,500 points per night (peak). Since it was the standard season, the hotel could be booked for 5,000 points per night.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit points vs cash
A 1-night stay could be booked for 5,000 Hyatt points. Image Credit: Hyatt

According to our valuations, World of Hyatt points are worth 1.5 cents per point, making 5,000 points worth $75. Using World of Hyatt points for this 1-night stay would have been a great use of points; however, I decided against doing so. I usually save my World of Hyatt points for hotels that are much more expensive to get much more value out of my points.

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I booked a (1) Standard King (No Sofa Bed) room, the cheapest one available. Having stayed at the property several times last year and being upgraded without asking, I was confident I would get upgraded to a nicer room this time around for being a World of Hyatt Globalist member.

The total for my stay was just about $98, including taxes and fees.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit confirmation
Hyatt confirmation for Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit. Image Credit: Hyatt

As with all my Hyatt stays, I used The World of Hyatt Credit Card for payment, as it earns up to 9x points total for Hyatt stays: 4x Bonus Points at Hyatt hotels and 5x Base Points as a World of Hyatt member.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit Location

The Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit is located on Soi 24 in the nightlife and shopping district of Sukhumvit. The property is a 4-minute walk to the Phrom Phong BTS SkyTrain station, which can connect you to the rest of Bangkok.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit location on Google Maps
Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit location. Image Credit: Google Maps

Nearby attractions include 3 world-class shopping malls: Emporium, EmQuartier, and EmSphere. The famous Bhiraj Tower is a 10-minute walk from the property.

Getting There

The Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit is a 45-minute drive from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK).

If you are arriving from Don Mueang International Airport (DMK), Bangkok’s smaller airport, the journey also takes approximately 45 minutes by car.

You can also reach the property using public transportation. As long as you can connect to the BTS Skytrain, getting to the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit is easy.

Check-In

I arrived at the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit around 7:30 a.m., well before the hotel’s official check-in time of 3 p.m. I proceeded straight to the hotel entrance.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit hotel exterior
Hyatt Place Bangkok exterior.

I entered the hotel at ground level and took the elevator up 1 level to the lobby and check-in counters.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit elevators to lobby
Ground-level elevators to lobby.

Upon exiting the elevator, I was greeted by intriguing artwork featuring a prominently displayed rooster across the hall — odd choice for an art piece, in my opinion.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit lobby artwork
Interesting artwork as you get off the elevator.

The check-in desks were conveniently located directly to the left of the art piece.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit lobby check in desk
Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit check-in desk.

I was warmly greeted by a courteous front desk agent who requested my identification to locate my reservation. The agent expressed gratitude for my Hyatt Globalist status and welcomed me back to the property.

As I arrived at the property before 7:30 a.m., my room was not ready for check-in. However, the front desk agent informed me that my room would be available around 10 a.m., considerably earlier than the official check-in time of 3 p.m.

The agent told me I could wait in the lobby until the room was ready. However, I did a quick tour of the lobby before heading out to breakfast.

After returning to the hotel after breakfast, I went to the check-in desk to inquire if my room was ready. The front agent informed me that it was and that my bag had already been sent up.

She also informed me that the hotel had upgraded me to a King Suite with a sofa bed and that she noted a 4 p.m. checkout, a benefit of Hyatt Globalist status.

She then handed me the room keys and 2 drink vouchers for being a Hyatt elite member. These vouchers were good for drinks at AIRE BAR or The Market.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit free drink vouchers
Room keys and drink vouchers.

Elite Benefits

As a World of Hyatt Globalist, I was entitled to several enhanced benefits, including:

  • Free daily breakfast
  • 4 p.m. late checkout upon request
  • Upgrade to best room, up to standard suites
  • Club lounge access (when available)

Lobby

After completing the check-in process without receiving any room keys, I explored the lobby to see what amenities it offered.

A small seating area was directly across from the check-in area. It consisted of a 3-person sofa, a couple of armchairs, and a central coffee table with an elegant rug.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit lobby seating area near check in desk
Lounging area near the check-in desk.

Another seating section was to the left of the initial seating area, divided by a wall. This area boasted several armchairs, 2 wooden side tables, and a round rug.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit lobby seating section
Another lobby seating area.

The right wall had a massive bookshelf adorned with various Thai artifacts, antiques, and books. The bookshelf was visually appealing and added to the ambiance of the lobby.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit lobby bookshelf and artwork
Some interesting art pieces were on display.

The lobby restaurant, Gallery Lobby, was to the left of the second seating section. I’ll expand more on this in the Food and Beverage section.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit Gallery Lobby restaurant wide
Lobby restaurant.

A small bar was around the corner from the check-in desk. The back wall behind the bar featured an attractive display of various liquors, which added to the space’s ambiance.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit lobby bar
Lobby bar.

The hotel provided complimentary infused water in glass dispensers for guests to enjoy. I found this necessary as the temperature was above 95 degrees at 7 a.m.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit lobby water dispenser
Complimentary infused water.

The Market, a common feature in Hyatt Place hotels, was to the right of the check-in desk.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit lobby The Market
The Market.

The hotel had 2 sets of elevators: a “Low Zone” lift serving floors 1 to 19 and a “High Zone” lift for higher guest floors and access to the AIRE BAR.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit hotel lobby elevators for lower floors
Bottom Line:

Overall, the hotel lobby was relatively small and intimate. However, the thoughtful furniture and design elements truly elevated the different seating sections. Despite its smaller size, the lobby never felt overly crowded.

Amenities

The Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit boasted several amenities, including a fitness room and swimming pool. Here’s a look at what you can expect.

Pool

The property has an incredible rooftop pool on the 19th floor. It was open daily between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit rooftop pool
Outdoor rooftop pool.

A limited number of pool chairs were available. During peak times, the pool area was crowded, with insufficient seating for all guests.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit pool seats
Only a few pool chairs were available.

A small shelving unit with clean pool towels was near the pool entrance.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit pool towel storage
Pool towel storage area.

Fitness Center

The property has a 24-hour fitness center, also on the 19th floor. Although the fitness center was rather basic, it satisfied all my needs.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit fitness center ellipticals
Elliptical machines in the gym.

Guests could use 1 of 2 treadmills available.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit fitness center treadmills
The gym also had a few treadmills.

A section was dedicated to strength training, with a massive chest press and chest fly machine.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit fitness center full body workout machine
Strength training equipment.

Additionally, a bench and a rack containing several dumbbells of varying weights were available.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit fitness center free weights
Dumbbells were available.

Yoga Rooms

The hotel also had 2 separate yoga rooms available. The serene spaces had yoga mats, balls, and other equipment.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit yoga room
Smaller of the 2 yoga rooms.

The second yoga room across the hall was slightly larger than the first.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit 2nd yoga room
Large, empty yoga room.

Wi-Fi

The hotel offered high-speed Wi-Fi to all guests. Wi-Fi speeds were adequate for internet browsing and some light media streaming.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit Wi Fi speedtest
Wi-Fi speeds. Image Credit: Speedtest.net

Connecting to the Wi-Fi was simple. All I had to do was connect to the network and enter my last name and room number when prompted.

Parking

Free on-site parking is available to all in-house guests.

King Suite Room

I took the “High Zone” elevators to the 22nd floor and turned left to the end of the hall, where my suite was.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit room 2207
Room 2207.

Living Room

Despite having stayed at this hotel previously, it was my first time as a Hyatt Globalist and my first time being upgraded to a suite.

Upon entering the King Suite, I was pleasantly surprised by its ample space. The first thing I noticed was the massive sofabed and ottoman. Both were surprisingly comfortable.

The left side of the sofa had a small end table with a desk lamp, and the opposite side had a floor lamp.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit living room sofa
Pull-out sofa bed and ottoman.

There was also a sofa tray table for those wanting to have a meal while relaxing on the sofa. Although I only used it when eating a small snack, I found it to be very practical and convenient.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit living room sofa tray table
Sofa tray table.

Next to the sofa area was a small workstation with seating for 2 people. Although the seats had an intriguing design, they were uncomfortable, so I opted not to use them much during my stay.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit room workstation
Desk and workstation.

A wall-mounted TV with a sizable cabinet beneath it was to the right of the workstation and directly across from the sofa.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit room tv and console
Living room TV and cabinet.

The hotel provided 6 complimentary water bottles placed on top of the cabinet.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit complimentary water
Complimentary bottles of water.

The cabinet’s top shelf had a kettle, packets of instant coffee and tea (including English breakfast tea and pure green tea), and glassware.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit provided kettle and teabags
Kettle, glassware, and tea bags.

All the other shelves in the cabinet were empty. However, the room’s minifridge was on the far left of the cabinet.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit room minifridge
Minifridge.

Directly behind the sofa and workstation, the room’s windows stretched the room’s length. The windows offered a stunning panorama of tall skyscrapers and nearby hotels.

The mix of lower buildings and towering skyscrapers made for an enjoyable sight. Bangkok has developed considerably since I first visited in 2016.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit view from room
Incredible views from the room.

Bedroom

Upon entering the bedroom, I saw a bench upholstered in plush material. Next to the bench was a small end table.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bedroom couch
Small sofa and storage area.

Against the back wall was a storage unit with a granite countertop. I stored my bag here during my stay.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bedroom storage area
I kept my bag in this corner of the room.

I then saw the king bed, which looked incredibly comfortable (and it was). The bed had 4 pillows of varying firmness, and I appreciated the quality of the bedding

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bedroom bed
The king-sized bed.

A small nightstand was on both sides of the bed. The left nightstand had the room’s phone, a notepad with a pen, and the TV remote. Above it were 2 AC power outlets, light controls, and a small wall-mounted lamp.

The right nightstand was empty. Above it was a single AC power outlet, a USB port, 2 light switches, and a lamp.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bed top view
The bed was extremely comfortable.

Directly across from the bed was the bedroom’s TV.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bedroom TV
Bedroom TV.

To the left of the TV was a small bedroom closet. Here, you could find 2 robes, an iron and ironing board, and a safe.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bedroom closet with iron and safe
Bedroom closet.

Bathroom

I noticed the sizeable vanity area with a deep sink as I entered the bathroom.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bathroom wide view
The bathroom was quite spacious.

The bathroom vanity was remarkably spacious — it was definitely larger than the one I have in my apartment.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bathroom countertop
The sink was quite deep.

The countertop featured a box filled with complimentary toiletries, including 2 dental kits, a comb, a shaving kit, KENETMD-branded hydrating body lotion, a shower cap, and a vanity kit.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bathroom complimentary toilitries
Complimentary toiletries.

Additional towels were neatly stored below the sink, along with 2 extra rolls of toilet paper and a scale.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bathroom vanity
Plenty of towels and toilet paper were available.

To the left of the bathroom vanity was the toilet equipped with a bidet hose.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit bathroom toilet
Toilet with bidet.

The walk-in shower, featuring a handheld showerhead, was to the left of the toilet.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit walk in shower
Walk-in shower.

The shower featured wall-mounted reusable containers of KENETMD-branded toiletries, including pro-vitamin shampoo, nourishing conditioner, and invigorating shower gel.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit shower toiletries
Shower toiletries.

To the far right of the bathroom was a soaking tub. Although I didn’t use this tub, it did look inviting.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit room tub shower
The bathroom also had a bathtub.

Overall, I was thoroughly impressed with the suite. I enjoyed the spacious layout, which divided the massive room into separate sections.

The sofa provided a comfortable spot for relaxation; I even took a nap on it. The bed was exceptionally comfortable, and I appreciated the quality of the bedding provided.

However, the most impressive part of the suite was undoubtedly its breathtaking views of Bangkok.

I’m grateful to Hyatt and the hotel staff at this property for consistently providing excellent service and upgrades, making my stays even more enjoyable as a Globalist member.

Food and Beverage

The Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit featured several on-site dining options — here’s a look at what’s available.

The hotel’s primary restaurant, Gallery Lobby, offers authentic Thai cuisine. The restaurant was open between 11 a.m. and 12 a.m. Sunday through Wednesday and between 11 a.m. and 1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit Gallery Lobby seating
Gallery Lobby lounging area.

The diverse menu featured a wide selection of Thai dishes, including curries, soups, noodles, and rice dishes, along with options for plant-based dishes.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit Gallery Lobby menu
Gallery Lobby menu.

The lobby boasted several small dining tables, which made for an intimate culinary experience.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit Gallery Lobby dining tables
Lobby Gallery seating.

AIRE BAR

The Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit features a rooftop bar, AIRE BAR, on the 28th floor.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit AIRE Bar bar
The bar at AIRE BAR.

The bar had several seating options, both indoors and outdoors. My favorite section was this cozy corner, which featured sofas and coffee tables. I loved the aesthetic of this area — it was Instagram-worthy.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit AIRE Bar seating area inside
Loved this area of the bar.

The bar had several other seating areas, including 1 nestled in the corner with patio furniture.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit AIRE Bar outdoor seating area

Bar-style seating along the walls of the building offered incredible views of Bangkok.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit outdoor seating AIRE Bar
The views from these seats were incredible.

AIRE BAR provided an extensive selection of food options, conveniently marked with symbols indicating vegetarian, spicy, and pork-containing dishes.

I opted for the AIRE BAR Classic Chicken Burger, which is garnished with a fried egg, cheese, spicy homemade BBQ sauce, tomato, onion, and lettuce and served with steak fries.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit AIRE Bar food menu
AIRE BAR food options.

AIRE BAR also featured an extensive beverage selection. I used 1 of my free drink vouchers and ordered a Red Surprise mocktail.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit AIRE Bar drinks menu
Beverage selection.

After approximately 20 minutes, a hotel staff member brought my chicken sandwich and steak fries. The meal paired well with my Red Surprise mocktail.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit AIRE Bar burger meal

From the bar, you get 180-degree views of Bangkok. I was fortunate to capture this incredible sunset right after my early dinner.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit AIRE Bar sunset

Gallery Kitchen, where guests have breakfast, is located on the hotel’s third floor. Breakfast is served weekdays from 6 and 10:30 a.m. and weekends between 6 and 11 a.m.

You will immediately see the breakfast buffet as you get off the elevator on the third floor.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit breakfast area
Breakfast buffet.

The breakfast seating area is located directly to the left. It features around 25 dining tables with seating for approximately 75 people.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit breakfast seating area
Breakfast seating area.

After placing my bag at one of the tables, I checked out what the breakfast buffet had to offer.

The initial section of the buffet showcased an array of fresh sushi rolls, including a variety of California rolls and maki rolls. Accompanying condiments such as pickled ginger, soy sauce, and wasabi were also available.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit breakfast sushi options
Fresh sushi rolls.

A section for cured meats and cheeses included favorites such as brie cheese.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit meat and cheese selection
Cheese, cured meats, and crackers.

Additionally, a refrigerated section offered yogurts, oatmeal, fruits, salads, and fresh juices. Yogurt variants comprised natural and coconut flavors.

A small selection of fruit assortments included papaya, dragon fruit, and canteloupe. Numerous salad varieties were also available.

Juice varieties included orange, guava, and cold-pressed fresh watermelon juice. Milk options included almond milk, soy milk, and low-fat milk.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit breakfast fruits salads beverages
Refrigerated section.

Following that, a section was dedicated to hot food options, featuring slices of ham, chicken sausages, baked potatoes with rosemary, and strips of bacon.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit breakfast hot meat plates
Hot food options.

Guests could also choose from yellow curry with chicken, Pad Thai tofu, and steamed jasmine rice in the hot food section.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit breakfast pad thai and rice
The Pad Thai tofu was fantastic.

Finally, a dedicated bakery section offered a variety of pastries, including mixed fruit danish, cinnamon danish, chocolate croissants, and butter croissants. The wide array of pastries was definitely the breakfast highlight for me.

Additionally, the selection of bread included whole wheat toast, white toast, and sourdough loaf.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit breakfast pastries
The pastry selection was fantastic.

After perusing the extensive breakfast buffet options, I gathered some plates and made my way to my seat.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit breakfast plates

I was thoroughly impressed with the hotel’s breakfast selection. The wide variety of options catered to every palate, and the pastries were particularly exceptional.

Additionally, the attentive staff constantly replenished the food, maintaining freshness throughout the breakfast service. Overall, it was one of the best hotel breakfasts I’ve had (and I stay in a lot of hotels).

The Market

Located in the hotel lobby near the check-in desk, The Market offers a variety of freshly prepared grab-and-go food items.

The Market had an outstanding selection of nonalcoholic beverages, featuring bottled juices, sparkling and still water, and various soft drinks.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit Market beverage selection
The Market beverage selection.

A dedicated refrigerator was stocked exclusively with a selection of local and international beers.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit Market beer selection
Extensive beer options.

A freezer was filled with ice cream in various flavors, including vanilla bean, cookies and cream, mint chocolate chip, Kaffee almond, honey macadamia, passionfruit sorbet, and strawberry.

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit Market ice cream selections
Ice cream selection.

There was also a small selection of Coconut Crispy Rolls and instant noodles, offering options like minced pork soup and tom yum kung (spicy shrimp soup).

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit Market snacks
Coconut Crispy Rolls and instant noodles.

Service

The service at the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit was exceptional. From the attentive front desk staff to the welcoming atmosphere, every aspect of my experience at the hotel was positive.

The staff members were friendly, accommodating, and always eager to assist, reflecting their dedication to ensuring a memorable stay for all guests.

Final Thoughts

The Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit is an excellent Hyatt property worth considering for those visiting Bangkok. Despite multiple stays, I always leave wanting more time at this Category 1 Hyatt gem.

The rooms at the hotel feature modern design elements and spacious layouts, creating a relaxing atmosphere. The rooftop bar provides stunning city views, and the food and beverage prices were reasonable.

The breakfast at the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit offers a phenomenal selection of food options and fantastic service.

Best of all, the hotel is a Category 1 Hyatt property, meaning it can be booked for relatively few World of Hyatt points.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What category is the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit?

The Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit is a Category 1 World of Hyatt property.

How many World of Hyatt points do you need for a Category 1 Hyatt award booking?

A Category 1 Hyatt award can be booked for 3,500 points per night (off-peak), 5,000 points per night (standard), or 6,500 points per night (peak).

How many floors does the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit have?

The Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit has a total of 33 floors.

Are resort fees and destination fees waived for Hyatt Globalists?

Yes, all resort and destination fees are waived for Hyatt Globalists.

What are some famous places near the Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit?

The Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit is near some of Bangkok’s high-end shopping malls including Emporium, EmQuartier, and EmSphere.

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Ehsan is an avid traveler who has traveled to 100 countries, diligently using points and miles to fund his journeys. Currently, he holds 32 active credit cards and earns over a million points and miles annually, primarily using them for luxury hotels and long-haul premium cabins.

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