Grand Hyatt Hong Kong reveals new rooms and suites

The five-star Grand Hyatt Hong Kong hotel has unveiled a selection of new guestroom floors, as part of its ongoing renovation programme.

The property is located adjacent to the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre and has commanding views of Victoria Harbour. The new design blends the traditional and modern in an elegant, residential style, anchored by a sense of Hong Kong’s oriental heritage and contemporary outlook.

Designed by BAR Studio, the new guestrooms have been imbued with striking spaciousness. The bedroom and bathroom are designed to visually blend, creating the feel of one generously large space with the ambience of a sophisticated home.

Renovation for standard guestroom floors is in progress. Starting in 2015, Grand Club Lounge, Club rooms and specialty suites will enter the last phase of the renovation. 

The hotel also reopened its Champagne bar last month, following two months of refurbishment. 

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