Six reasons to host an event at Grand Hyatt Singapore

Boasting a prime location, extensive event spaces and inclusive-dining, the 677-room property offers everything planners need to host a memorable event in the Lion City. Here's six reasons to choose the property...

1) Prime location
Located just off the iconic Orchard Road, Grand Hyatt Singapore offers a central location for sightseeing and shopping, with easy access to the Central Business District which is 10 minutes away via taxi or 15 minutes via the subway system. It’s also just seven minutes’ walk to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, the only tropical garden to be honoured as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

2) Stunning spaces
Designed to meet the exacting requirements of small-to-medium-sized MICE events, the three levels of residential-style event venues at Grand Hyatt Singapore cover 5,183sqm. Themed after a modern contemporary art gallery , Level 1 is ideal for meetings with an intimate feel. Housing a loft kitchen, lounge, two ateliers and a ballroom, Level 1 provides an exclusive venue for up to 240 guests for a dinner event or up to 360 delegates for a seminar.

The mansion-inspired Level 2 features four salons, a drawing room, loft kitchen, and a show kitchen within the Grand Salon, which can be divided into two sections and has a capacity of 340 guests for dinner and up to 700 guests for receptions. The largest of the three floors of event venues, Level 3 comprises five residences and two ballrooms – the Grand Residence and Grand Ballroom have the capacity to host 460 guests and 760 guests, for receptions respectively.

3) Impressive extras
While the event spaces themselves are impressive, it’s the added extras that elevate the events hosted here to the next level. For example, unique to the Grand Ballroom is the extended digital canvas with its powerful built-in projectors and dynamic video mapping capabilities. This enables an edge-to-edge display of high-resolution digital content including presentations, videos and images on the ballroom’s 20-metre wide walls. Meanwhile, the show kitchens create dynamic dining experiences, allowing chefs to take centre-stage serving á la minute cuisine while delegates mingle over delectable fare fresh from the oven or grill.

4) Catering to all tastes
The hotel is one of the few five-star hotels in Singapore with a permanent Halal-certified banquet kitchen, enabling catering for diverse cultures. Sustainable ingredients are used throughout, including organic greens from local farmers, organic herbs from the rooftop garden, MSC and ASC certified sustainable seafood, and first-in-SEA plant-based ingredients such as Beyond Burger, JUST Egg and Omnipork.

5) Protecting the planet
The hotel has introduced a number of sustainable initiatives including an in-house food waste management plant to convert food waste to pathogen-free fertilisers for the hotel gardens and a Trigeneration Plant to produce 30% of electricity on its own, to name a few.

6) Wellness
Last but by no means least, the hotel specialises in tailor-making programmes that integrate wellness as part of the event experience. Activities vary from outdoor boot camps and guided group runs to meditation sessions and yoga. Paired with a selection of wholesome dishes and beverages, as well as flexible meeting space designed to inspire and spark creativity, these integrated wellness activities ensure fun ways to restore energy levels during a full day of conference.

Delegates can also relax at Damai Spa during downtime. Featuring a sauna, steam room, outdoor plunge pool, and fitness centre, the spa fuses the healing philosophies and wellness traditions of Chinese, Malay, Indian, and European cultures in a nature-inspired setting to rejuvenate the body and mind.

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Tel: +65 6738 1234
Email: meetings.sg@hyatt.com

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