Review – Grand Hyatt Taipei Grand King Suite

by Zac George

A few months ago, I had about a 12 hour layover in Taipei. I hadn’t ever flown into Taipei or even really aimed to visit there but when I booked China Airlines through to the United States, I thought it’d be interesting and fun to check out the city.

I booked a basic king room and was upgraded to a Grand Suite King due to having Globalist status at the time.

At the time of writing this post, a single night in one of these exact suites will cost on average around $600 Australian dollars.

Grand Hyatt Taipei Grand King Suite

The suite measures to 650 square feet and 60 square meters.

Grand Hyatt Taipei Grand King Suite Desk Space

The room includes a work space, walk in bathroom, seperate bathtub, lounge area and a small lounge chair in the bedroom.

Grand Hyatt Taipei Living Space

The room also stocks Nespresso products.

Grand Hyatt Taipei Grand King Suite Living Space

The minibar was also well stocked with snacks, juices, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages.

The room is really quite spacious and also had a walk in wardrobe.

Grand Hyatt Taipei Grand King Suite Bedroom


All of the bathroom is marble while looks fantastic.



Something I especially enjoyed about the property were the amenities. Tuscan Soul by Salvatore Ferragamo, the same scents found on Singapore Airlines & China Airlines.

Tuscan Souls Amenities By Salvatore Ferragamo



Grand Hyatt Taipei Grand King Suite Separate Basin


Unfortunately the weather wasn’t the greatest while I was visiting Taipei however, the view was pretty good.


I really enjoyed my stay at the Grand Hyatt Taipei and would definitely return.

The room was well appointed, spacious, modern and contained the necessary and basic amenities that you’d want at a luxury hotel.

For those wanting to know, the hotel is a category 4 property and requires 15,000 points for a basic room, 21,000 points for a room with club access, 7,500 points plus $191 AUD for a points + pay rate and 3000 points and $382 for a club upgrade.

Would you stay at the Grand Hyatt Taipei?


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