Grand Hyatt Singapore Hot
Unwind in one of 662 luxury rooms and suites, featuring swimming pool, garden or city views. Considered one of the best hotels in Singapore, Grand Hyatt Singapore's spacious guestrooms and suites are fitted with every modern convenience required for a comfortable stay, such as generous work desks, luxurious beds and elegant baths.
Embark on a culinary adventure at several of the finest restaurants and bars at our Singapore Orchard Road hotel. From contemporary Western and Asian cuisine at mezza9, popular local delights at StraitsKitchen or the poolside Oasis to hearty Italian fare at Pete's Place or cocktails at 10 SCOTTS, you will be spoilt for choice by the wide selection available. Guests can also treat themselves at the glass-enclosed martini bar, and party all night long at BRIX Nightclub on Orchard Road.
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Luxury in the heart of Orchard
The Grand Hyatt Singapore has been a prominent structure in the heart of Orchard Road. With it’s glass doors and nimble bellboys it radiates with luxury upon shoppers passing by, filling them with a sense of wonder and yearning. I booked a stay with their most basic room, the Grand King.
Direct rates were $411.95 SGD (without breakfast) or $441.38 SGD (with breakfast). However, I paid $168.00 SGD (with breakfast) during a flash sale on Travelpony. Since the price after taxes came to above 200.00 USD, I was able to use my referral code for $35.00 USD off, and my Travelpony credits for a further $50.00 USD off. Such value always gets me excited :)
The Grand King was situated at the Grand Wing of the hotel, with a bulging window that makes it seem like a corner room. Think the Esplanade. My first impression of the room was that it was really spacious, similar to the standard rooms of St.Regis Singapore. This made the rates for this hotel more convincing. The second thing I noticed was the lighting in the room, which was done brilliantly.
The bathroom was also spacious, with a rainshower and large bathtub with amenities provided were from June Jacobs. It also has a powder/make-up table. The doors to the sliding cupboard are ingeniously designed to allow a naked person to fish for their robes and clothes right from the bathroom (do make sure curtains are drawn!). I wish more hotels would have this feature.
Breakfast is served at Straits Kitchen, Grand Hyatt Singapore’s main buffet restaurant. I was surprised to find out that this restaurant does not serve pork at all, So i bet it’s halal certified, Especially with the amount of Muslim guests that I spotted.
Frittata, lasagna, sauteed vegetables, beef and chicken sausages cooked to a high standard. The Straits Kitchen even had an Indian cuisine corner with freshly made “roti prata”, curries and vegetarian dishes. Nasi lemak and chicken rendang was also available.
The Grand Hyatt Singapore has more than proven it’s place in the heart of Orchard Road. Although it is a dated hotel, the management is very efficient in dealing with the maintenance of the rooms should problems arise in order to convey across the level of luxury and charm that this property possesses. A great venue for a staycation if you have plans around the Orchard Road area.
I guess I'm slightly biased because we had our wedding here. The whole experience was pleasant and memorable so this review will be about Hyatt's wedding package. Our Sales Manager Mandy was really nice at the start but towards the end she was sounding quite annoyed. Maybe because I was so paranoid and kept stressing out and asking her questions, so I can't entirely blame her! Opps. Planning for the wedding can be quite testing at times.
The wedding package came with most of the essentials such as greeting cards, alcohol and two nights of accommodation. What I liked was we could redeem the nights anytime for their junior suite. Some couples opt to give this room to their helpers. But we did not go through the whole gate crashing thing and found the room big enough. So we opted to use just one that day and use the other instead for our anniversary the next year!
The greeting cards were a bit too old fashioned for our liking so we opted to get our own. We could choose between two to three wedding gifts too, and had complimentary alcohol up to a certain amount with corkage waived - which was a big favour. I liked that the package came with a wedding checklist which proved to be a really helpful guide because... not many couples do this before haha.
During our complimentary food tasting session, we could invite 10 guests and was surprised at how good the food tasted. I don't think we had much power changing the menu though, so I am unsure of what purpose this served other than giving us a taste of what to expect. Although they said we could change some items, it required top ups here and there. Oh yea, we got to sample the flower decorations and lightings on that day as well.
On the night itself, we had specially prepared treats from their Mezza9 cafe. The event went really smoothly and my grandparents whom we requested special treatment, were given just that. My auntie was especially pleased with that. After it was all over, they even helped cater some left over food to our room in case we did not have our fill. I also remember having to count ang pows later that night so I could pay the outstanding balance in cash the day after. Oh man!!!
Overall it was about $1,500 per table. In terms of food quality, I definitely rate Hyatt and even Orchard Hotel where I recently attended my friends wedding way above places like Raffles Hotel (Huge disappointment) and Four Seasons. In terms of prestige, well these are obviously a class lower but the ambiance is just as good and the pricing is much more worth it. A good trade off imo and I would recommend people to having their wedding here if they want their guests to have good food. Its location is also amazing right in the middle of Orchard Rd.
Good for two
Spacious for two, perhaps, but probably not ideal if you’re holding a large scale sleepover—not that it’s actually allowed. While the originally provided beds are indeed comfortable, the extra roll-on bed isn’t anything close. Not to mention that you wouldn’t wish to get out of the toilet. Both a bathtub and a shower stall are provided, but I readily admit to preferring their shower. Maybe it’s just me, but I adore their overhead rainshower—it’s large enough to render a feeling of you being in a heavy downpour, and powerful enough so you feel the water massaging your scalp.
But you could most definitely paint the town red, seeing that this is about as close as you can live to the Orchard shopping belt. You can even make a trip back for an afternoon nap before resuming your shopping rampage!