Review: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong & New Club Lounge

The Grand Hyatt actually luxury 5 celebrity resort located in the Wan Chai region right on the prestigious waterfront of Victoria harbour. It’s just five minutes from Central, and across the water you can view the neon lights and bustle of Kowloon. It will take about forty moments in a taxi to get there, or the Grand Hyatt can arrange a limousine if you need to stretch your feet following a long trip.

Recently refurbished throughout, the Grand Hyatt positively impresses as you enter the triple storey foyer. Dark marble pillars shoot towards the remote ceiling, huge marble and gold sweeping staircases cascade closer, and flower plans the dimensions of little gardens fill the foyer with heady scents and lush perfumes.

We’d the Victoria Harbour Suite, with more than 90sq meters of luxury to enjoy. First thing you see time or night upon entry to your Suite are the dazzling 270degree views regarding the Hong Kong skyline. At night it is a glittering jewel studded spectacle, within the daytime a serene (for Hong Kong) and ever changing watercolour.

As soon as you tear your eyes far from the view, the room itself is pretty unique too. Decorated in calm neutral tints (ideal after having a busy days shopping in Hong Kong), and rich golds and light marble, it however felt solid, special and sumptuous. Our Suite showcased a sizable separate living and dining area, which seamlessly led to the big master size room. A large dual bathtub with television screen formed the divider between the bed room and also the ensuite, which included double sinks and a large bath.

After arriving slightly jet-lagged, we tried one of the seven restaurants offered at the Grand Hyatt. Thinking we’d have an earlier evening when preparing for the stay, we decided to decide to try the Grand Hyatt Steakhouse. It ended up being a lovely restaurant, which manages to generate an opulent yet personal area for each and every table. Minimal lighting and personal booths, dark timber and deep red decorations managed to get perfect for intimate dining. It also has a number of pescatarian and vegetarian alternatives for the non steak enthusiast and friendly service which was second to none. Florian, the manager of this restaurant, was very useful and supremely attentive, and now we ended up remaining later on, and consuming ( and consuming) more than we had first planned.

Furthermore, there are a variety of other restaurants, from exemplary One Harbour path, providing Cantonese meals, through Grissini, an Italian restaurant with lovely daytime harbour views, and Kaetsu for Japanese cuisine (to name several). We had breakfast inside labrythine Grand Cafe, in which pretty much what you could imagine for both western and eastern breakfast palates is served.

Even as we had the Victoria Harbour Suite, we additionally had use of the Grand Club Lounge, a two storey palace on the top floor regarding the hotel. There you’ll spoil your self all day long, with free drinks, cocktails, champagne, food and refreshments, a free of charge break fast buffet from 7 until 10.30am, plus wonderful finger meals buffet between 5.30 and 7.30 in the evening, again with champagne and cocktails. As beautiful and impressive due to the fact space is (and it is), the view may be the star. Huge double height windows from flooring to roof reveal the Hong Kong skyline in most of its glory. When you sit and gaze during the view, whilst surrounded by complete luxury, you are taken care of and pampered with peaceful, discreet but friendly service. Heaven!

I visited the spa on eleventh flooring and treated myself to a little ‘me’ time. As soon as you enter the Plateau Spa, you’re feeling relaxed. The serene ambience calms you, as well as the expert practitioners understand precisely what you need to relax. I’d an incredible hour long face which felt like moments. Beside the spa are lush green gardens, which enhance the feeling that you’re in a sanctuary, and which include a 50 meter outdoor pool and saunas. Evidently you will find running lanes, tennis courts and squash courts there also, nonetheless it sounded a little active for me, so I stuck to the pampering.

The Grand Hyatt is a perfect option for Hong Kong. It is near to all of the great stores in Central, close to Kowloon by ferry or taxi in the event that you fancy a bit of craziness, and it’s also an excellent and luxurious haven when you really need a little bit of peace and harmony.

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Grand Hyatt Hong Kong