Grand Hyatt Hong KongEdit profile
The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is a luxury Hyatt hotel in Hong Kong, and the Asian flagship of Hyatt International. It has been described in a New York Times travel article as a "world-famous prestige" property. It opened in 1989 and is located at 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, adjacent to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. A reviewer for Forbes Traveller enthused about the views of the harbour and waterfront, feeling that they more than made up for its tendency towards the "pint-sized" rooms typical of Hong Kong.
The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong has been attended by heads of state including Bill Clinton in 1988 and Chinese president Hu Jintao in his first visit to Hong Kong.
- One Harbour Road
- Grand Cafe
- The Grill
- Champagne Bar
In 2004 the 11th floor was converted into a spa and "hotel with a hotel" named "The Plateau" at a cost of some US$10 million. Plateau Spa was awarded as "Top 15 World's Best Spas" by Travel + Leisure Readers' Poll in 2007. Encouraged by the results of the experiment, Hyatt now plans to install spas in all its Park Hyatt and some other Grand Hyatt brand hotels.