Review – Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

by Zac George

On my recent visit to Hong Kong, I decided to stay in the city this time instead of just transiting. Luckily, the Grand Hyatt will allow me to check-in thanks to Hong Kong laws.

The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is a category 6 property which requires 25,000 points for a basic room or 33,000 points a night for a club room.

A real sweet spot for the hotel is Points + Cash rate at 12,500 points and $200 AUD.

Review – Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

The Grand Hyatt is located adjacent to the convention and exhibition centre. This means the hotel has stunning views overlooking Victoria Harbour.

Lobby

The hotel has a total of 542 rooms and suites.

Lobby

Also, take a look at my review of the Hyatt Regency Waikiki.

Lobby

The lobby is absolutely beautiful!

Lobby

 

Elevators

 

Elevators

 

Hallway

I was booked into a Grand King Deluxe room however, at check-in I was upgraded to a Harbour King room which has a stunning view.

Room 2717

I was assigned room 2717, a recently renovated room.

View from Bathroom

 

Bathroom

 

Bathroom

June Jacobs amenities:

Bathroom

 

Bathtub

 

Luggage Storage

 

Bathroom

 

Bed

 

Table

As you can see, the view is stunning!

Victoria Harbour

 

TV

 

Phone

 

Side Chair

One of my favourite features in the room was the 4G phone. You can take it around and use it for free. As Australian overseas data usage is extremely expensive, this was extremely usefull.

Room Phone

Next to the bed, you have an electronic swtich board that has all the lighting, blind and window controls.

Lighting Controls

You’ve also got the thermostat controls next to you, and they actually work!

Thermostat

The room has all the normal coffee, tea facilities.

Water and Apples

This is the first dray of the mini bar:

Minibar

This is the second draw. Another thing I love about the room is the amount of free water, there are about 5 or 6 waters in the room avaliable for free.

Minibar

And here is the 3rd draw with the chilled beverages:

Minibar

As I woke up early, (thanks jetlag) I decided to just get room service as breakfast wasn’t open. I ordered Eggs Benedict and it was ready in 10 minutes, great service!

Eggs Benedict

 

Hallway

Before I left I asked if I could quickly have a look at some of the suites for some photos.  The next 3 pictures are of a Grand Executive Harbour Suite:

Suite

 

Suite

 

Suite

And this is the view from the 90-square-metre Victoria Harbour Suite.

Suite

The hotel has 8 restaurants, a gym, a 50-metre pool, 400-metre running track, an executive lounge, butler service for suites, a spa facility.

Gym

Bottom Line

I throughly enjoyed my stay at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong and I can’t wait to go back. The renovated room, 4G phone and the amenities are fantastic and I would heavily recommend the hotel.

 

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3 comments

WR March 10, 2017 - 11:27 am

Do you still earn points when you do a points+cash booking?

PS I saw that you are from Brisbane. I was born in Brisbane, moved to US when I was 8 though. Hope to go back there someday on my points!

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Zac George March 10, 2017 - 5:06 pm

WR – You do earn both points and stay credits from a Points + Cash stay. Thanks for reading.

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ss March 11, 2017 - 1:21 am

I’ve stayed in the Victoria Harbor Suite and I can’t express how much I loved that suite! Fabulous. I never could figure out the handy phone though, too many ads.

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