Grand Hyatt Hong Kong: Hong Kong
Amidst the bustling markets, crowded noodle houses, and cosmopolitan shopping centers of the Wanchai district, the impressive Grand Hyatt Hong Kong stands as a regal structure of grandeur. Despite its massive size, you will never feel like just another face, as the employees of the hotel are dedicated to your every need, want, and desire. The Hyatt chain is one of the most highly regarded brands in the world and this location takes luxury accommodation and service to an entirely new level.
The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is situated ideally in the very heart of Hong Kong. It offers unsurpassable views of the stunning Victoria Harbour and is only a five minute taxi ride from Central and Causeway Bay: a part of the city that simply cannot be missed while on vacation.
The first thing you notice when walking into the room is the view. The windows beautifully frame not only the view of Victoria Harbour, but also the hotel’s pool and terrace garden and it does not matter what time of the day it is, as you will be awestruck with wonder at the sight in front of you. The room’s decor is a mix of demure, natural colors with contemporary wood panelling and furniture. The King sized bed comes with a cosy duvet and plush feather pillows.
Space in Hong Kong is limited, but not at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, where the rooms are spacious and contain everything you would need to have a relaxing and comfortable experience. Each room features a self-contained workstation with wireless high-speed Internet, a couch with a view of the flat-screen TV, and a kitchen-like area with a mini-bar that has specialty treats from places like Dean & Deluca.
The bathroom is equally as glamorous, as it is made completely of marble. There is a large bath with a separate shower filled with luxurious bath products. There are also robes and slippers waiting for you after you have finished bathing.
I highly recommend booking a room with Grand Club access. Grand Club guests are able to enjoy complimentary in-room Internet and access to the Grand Club lounge, which serves continental buffet breakfast, all-day coffee, tea, and snacks, evening cocktails, and again a buffet dinner with desserts. Watch the sun set over Hong Kong as you have a glass of champagne and I promise you that it will be a moment you never forget.
Why It Is Andi’s Pick
I love the fact that if you stay at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, you are then only steps away from the Star Ferry Terminal. Riding on the Star Ferry is one of the best experiences to be had in Hong Kong. Alternatively, on the days that I felt like staying in, I visited the hotel’s Plateau Spa, which is one of the most exclusive retreat’s in the city. The Asian-inspired treatments are out of this world.
Lots of gold in that room! Great views as always in HK!
Yes tons of gold! Oh the views!!!
Place looks gorgeous!
Incredible room… I wonder who I would have to kill/sleep with to get that kind of spread lol
So incredible! I am sure your charm would do the trick!!! 🙂
What a gorgeous place!
I was really impressed by the Grand Hyatt in Santiago – and with those views and that bathroom, this Grand Hyatt looks even nicer!
I remember your post about the GH in Santiago! That pool there was amaaaaaazing!!!
Andi, this hotel looks fabulous! You’re right about the Grand Hyatt chain being excellent – I splashed out and stayed in the one in Seoul, and it was wonderful. I booked a Grand Club room too, and the view of the city was incredible. They’re always my first choice if I want a bit of luxury.
That’s so great to hear!!! Would love to visit Seoul one day.
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Wow beautiful place!
Couldn’t agree more!!!
I would love to stay there one day!
I would love to stay there again!
Wow really a nice click of all pic and its also suitable for luxury seeker travelers.
I appreciate you sharing this information here. It was a brilliant post!
You’re welcome Ed, thanks!
This place is simply exquisite- elegant, stylish and trenched in the night lights of the vivid city. A place where you can feel special while resting form the various impressions that Hong Kong will generoulsy deliver during your stay there.
Wow what a beautiful comment!
A friend recommended your website and I’m glad he did because it is very informative and entertaining!
Well thank you to both you and your friend!
ever thought about writing a book someday?
It’s on my to-do list! 😉
U must have had a great time.
Yes such a great time!!!
What an awesome hotel!
I know right!?!
Gorgeous shots Andi!
Thank you for being so good at writing and giving information, you do it very well!
Holy. Cow. Talk about a room with a view!
I need to take my wife here!
Yes you do!!!
This post was really awesome!
Very nice hotel!
You can say that again! 😉
Congratulations my friend, your website is awesome!
I really appreciated every single detail!
Awesome to hear!
Love that photo of the wine glass with the “view”. Beautiful hotel.
Oh gosh I LOVED their lounge!!!
Wow beautiful view!
Totally takes your breath away!
I HAVE to stay there 1 day!
Yes you absolutely have to!!!
I agree Kevin!
Funny, I stayed right by the Star Ferry terminal, too, (on the ship actually) while there in November, then relocated to the Hyatt Regency off Nathan Road for the next two nights. Love me some Hyatt, no matter where it is in the world!
How was the Hyatt Regency? I LOVE Nathan Road!!! Lucas and I road the Star Ferry so many times, how could we not it was like $1.50 a ticket!
Just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog posts!
Awww that’s so lovely to hear!
Happy i found your blog, there are so many useful things!
I’m glad you found it too! 🙂
You are a great writer and photographer!
I love Hyatts!
My too Amy!
This room looks so inviting – like a peaceful retreat – always what you need when you’re spending time in a hectic city!
I love that “a peaceful retreat!” That is the perfect way to explain it.
This is so my type of place!
Mine too, gorgeousness!
I have never been to HK before, but it look beautiful and now I’m wanderlusting!
You will LOVE HK!
It sure does!
it’s an awesome post. i like reading it. 🙂
You make me want to take the 1st flight to HK!
Haha that’s awesome! 🙂
Andi you take the best pics!
Awww thank you so much!
Sending some love from Twitter 🙂 love the way you portray things.
Thanks for the Twitter love and I’m so glad that you like my writing!
I totally agree Mike!
What a cool place!
What a view, great shot!
Awesome shots of an awesome hotel!
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