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Grand Hyatt Hong Kong 4.5

Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
This hotel is currently undergoing renovations.
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Review Summary

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Pros

  • Many rooms have harbor views
  • Marble bathrooms with separate showers and tubs
  • Upscale spa and a heated pool on the rooftop
  • 7 restaurants offer range of menu options, including sushi and sandwiches
  • Large fitness center, lighted tennis courts, and a driving range
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Directly connected to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • 24-hour room service

Cons

  • Rooms on the small side
  • Room decor of blonde woods and neutral colors may seem bland to some

Bottom Line

The 539-room Grand Hyatt is a massive hotel in the Wan Chai neighborhood, and is packed with amenities, including seven upscale restaurants, a heated rooftop pool, lighted tennis courts, and a spa. The hotel is a popular choice among business travelers, given its numerous meeting rooms and direct access to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. However, some guests feel that the Grand Hyatt is past its prime. Though more than half of the rooms feature harbor views, they have slightly bland decor, and are a tad smaller than expected from a luxury hotel in this area. The nearby Conrad Hotel has fewer amenities, but comparable rooms, often at lower rates.

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Location

In Hong Kong's Wan Chai neighborhood and directly connected to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Map of Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

The Grand Hyatt is located in Hong Kong's Wan Chai neighborhood, close to Hong Kong Central Library, the Times Square Shopping Mall, and the popular shopping district of Causeway Bay. The property is directly connected to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, which is a draw for business travelers.

After World War II, Wan Chai was relatively sleazy, with a raucous nightlife and plenty of tattoo parlors and seedy bars and hotels. Nowadays, though there are skyscrapers, arts centers, and business hotels.

  • 38-minute drive or 53-minute ride via public transportation to Hong Kong International Airport
  • 4-minute walk to Wan Chai Ferry Pier
  • 5- to 15-minute walk to shops and restaurants
  • 6-minute walk to Expo Promenade
  • 8-minute walk to Wanchai Metro
  • 5-minute drive or 10-minute ride via public transportation to upscale shopping at IFC Mall
  • 6-minute drive or 13-minute ride via public transportation to Victoria Park
  • 7-minute drive or 19-minute ride via public transportation to Hong Kong Stadium
  • 10-minute drive or 16-minute ride via public transportation to Jade Market
  • 10-minute drive or 27-minute ride via public transportation to Ocean Park Theme Park
  • 12-minute drive or 35-minute ride via public transportation to The Peak
  • 17-minute drive or 60-minute ride via public transportation to Tai Tam Country Park
  • 23-minute drive or 62-minute ride via public transportation to Ma Wan Tung Wan Beach,
  • 26-minute drive to or 60-minute ride via public transportation to Big Wave Bay Beach
  • 28-minute drive or 70-minute ride via public transportation to Hong Kong Disneyland
  • 36-minute drive or 70-minute ride via public transportation to Butterfly Beach

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Address

No.1 Harbour Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China

Room Types

  • Ambassador Harbour View Suite
  • Ambassador Suite
  • Club Harbour Room
  • Club Room
  • Diplomat Harbour Suite
  • Diplomat Suite
  • Grand Deluxe Harbour View Room
  • Grand Executive Harbour Suite
  • Grand Harbour Room
  • Grand Room

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