Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China
- Recommended for:
- Business travellers, Relaxation
Expert review of Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
If there’s a hotel that’s stood the test of time in this part of Hong Kong, it’s the Grand Hyatt. Opened in 1989, its palatial lobby and statuesque ballroom have borne witness to hundreds of celebrity arrivals and events.
By the harbour, next to the Convention Centre, and with the heady delights of Wan Chai just across the road.
With three quarters or so of the 500+ rooms and suites face to face with Victoria Harbour, the accommodation is very much angled with the views in mind. Bright, modern and fully techno-aware are their other main attributes. Extra pampering is also available in the residential spa rooms.
Is it better to loiter in the lobby, or gaze down on it from the upper storeys? Moot point. The park next to the hotel is also dotted with unusual sculptures.
The Champagne Bar is first port of call for many, and by the same token it's a late-night watering hole, though not much H20 gets drunk. Poolside dining at The Grill is excellent, and Kaetsu showcases the best of Japanese cuisine.
Plateau spa is a hotel within a hotel, and includes a selection of residential rooms and suites. The podium pool is very cool, and deservedly popular.
Crisp, smart and unfailingly friendly.
You don’t have to have a convention tag around your neck to stay here, but it helps. That said, Plateau spa is a world away from the world of business.
Rates are steeper when there’s a convention taking place.
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- 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China
- Free tags / Keywords:
- Business Centre, Room Service, High-Speed Internet, Fitness Centre, Restaurant, Parking, Swimming Pool
- Wan Chai