Pros

  • City of Dreams location near shopping, dining, and entertainment options
  • Bright, modern rooms with sleek bathrooms, rainfall showers, and soaking tubs
  • Cozy lobby bar and chic restaurants serving tasty Thai and Chinese cuisine
  • Large infinity pool surrounded by palm trees
  • Outdoor tennis court and 24-hour fitness center
  • Isala Spa for massages and beauty treatments
  • Grand Club guests have access to exclusive lounge and free breakfast
  • Free shuttle to city center and airport
  • Wi-Fi is free throughout
  • Free parking
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Cons

  • Fee for breakfast for most guests
  • Far from city center and Macau's historic sights
  • Decor is a bit plain in rooms
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Bottom Line

The 800-room Grand Hyatt Macau is a luxury chain hotel located in the City of Dreams, a complex of hotels, shops, restaurants, and a casino on the Cotai Strip. The hotel's grandiose design lives up to its name and includes two posh restaurants and a large lobby lounge. There’s also an outdoor infinity pool, 24-hour fitness center, and a spa offering massages and facial treatments. Rooms are bright, modern, and minimalist, and guests staying in Club Rooms have access to the exclusive Grand Club, with an attractive outdoor patio plus free breakfast and all-day refreshments. It's a bit far from most of the Macau action, though, and guests may want to compare rates with Grand Lapa Macau, a luxury property near Fisherman's Wharf.

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Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Fitness Center
  • Internet
  • Jacuzzi
  • Pool
  • Spa

Oyster Awards

Oyster Hotel Review

Grand Hyatt Macau

Scene

Luxury hotel with slick, corporate style and a little extra glitz

First impressions are everything, and in modern-mad Macau, that's especially the case. With a futuristic glass exterior defined by its fast-looking lines, the Grand Hyatt Macau is a contemporary hotel that sparkles both inside and out. This is a massive property, with 800 rooms spread across two towers and all manner of public spaces and lounges for guests to mingle, relax, or simply pass through on their way to any number of business meetings taking place on-site. The hotel is part of the City of Dreams complex, a lifestyle destination that's essentially a mall, with entertainment, dining, and drinking just downstairs. Ceilings soar, there is polished marble everywhere, and shimmery gold and silver accents in the lobby add a dash of glitz to an otherwise fairly corporate-style luxury property. The atmosphere is sharp and refined throughout, from the the two posh restaurants to the more laid-back lobby lounge. The hotel attracts a large number of business travelers due to its own event facilities and proximity to other luxury, corporate-friendly hotels in the Cotai Strip, but plenty of well-heeled tourists, including families and couples, stay here as well, drawn by the brand's reliable style.

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Location

In the City of Dreams complex on the swank Cotai Strip

This luxury hotel is located in the City of Dreams complex along with Crown Tower Hotel and Hard Rock Hotel. The complex is swish and high-end, with all manner of luxury boutiques and shops, plenty of dining options, and even a casino. The Cotai Strip, which holds the Grand Hyatt and the City of Dreams, is also home to many other top-notch hotels and casinos. Taipa Village is a touristy historic quarter that offers a blend of local and Portuguese cultures as well as the Tapia Homes Museum -- it's about five-minutes away from the hotel by road. The lion's share of Macau's most interesting sights, and its most lively neighborhoods, are across the harbor. It will take about 20 minutes to reach destinations like the historic Ruins of St. Paul's and the oldest parts of the city by car or taxi. There's a free shuttle to the city center (around a 25-minute drive) along with Macau International Airport and the ferry terminal (both around a 10-minute drive from the hotel). From there, it's a one-hour ferry ride to Hong Kong. 

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Rooms

Sharp contemporary rooms with sleek bathrooms and Nespresso machines

Bright, spacious rooms have a sleek, contemporary look defined by white walls, warm wood accents, and plenty of large windows. Decor is kept to a minimum -- in fact, it may look plain to some -- but the overall feeling is serene and uncluttered. You're getting a lot of space here, with even the entry level Deluxe Rooms offering 52 square meters (560 square feet) of room in which guests can spread out and relax. Expect to see alternating use of off-white carpets and hardwood floors, hardwood furniture that almost has a mod look to it, and soft golden-orange accents alongside sharp charcoal gray in the soft furnishings. Many rooms have separate bedrooms, and there are artsy touches like the white, decorative headboard above the beds in the Deluze Room that we saw. 

All rooms have large 42-inch flat-screen TVs, electric kettles, safes, minibars, Nespresso machines, and free Wi-Fi. Marble and mosaic-tile bathrooms are sleek and modern, with basin sinks, rainfall showers, and separate soaking tubs. Bathrobes and June Jacobs toiletries are provided. Suites are available with extra luxuries including in-room elliptical machines and soaking tubs next to floor-to-ceiling windows. Guests staying in Club Rooms are entitled to a host of additional out-of-room perks detailed below.

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Features

Two restaurants serving tasty dishes, fitness center, spa, infinity pool, and tennis courts

The hotel offers plenty of features that include great dining options, and for those who want even more to chose from, the City of Dreams complex is attached. The two posh on-site restaurants at Grand Hyatt Macau -- Beijing Kitchen and mezza9 --  earn good reviews for their cuisine, and there’s a lobby lounge where guests can grab a drink. At Beijing Kitchen, Beijing Style Duck and hand-pulled noodles are served in a homey dining space with brick walls and artfully arranged traditional potery. At mezza9, guests can watch their Thai food being prepared in the show kitchen. Guests staying in Grand Club Rooms rooms have access to the Grand Club Lounge with its outdoor terrace on the 37th floor. It's an attractive space bordered by a wall of leafy bamboo and panoramic windows. Grand Club guests are entitled to a free breakfast, but other guests must pay for breakfast. There’s a spacious, 24-hour fitness center with modern equipment and a spa offering massage and facial treatments. The hotel has a large, outdoor infinity pool surrounded by palm trees and lounge chairs with umbrellas where guests can relax. Tennis courts are also available. There are extensive facilities for business guests or those planning events like weddings, including two meeting rooms and two ballrooms. The hotel offers free parking and a free shuttle to the city center and airport. Wi-Fi is free throughout. 

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Oyster Hotel Review

Grand Hyatt Macau

Scene

Luxury hotel with slick, corporate style and a little extra glitz

First impressions are everything, and in modern-mad Macau, that's especially the case. With a futuristic glass exterior defined by its fast-looking lines, the Grand Hyatt Macau is a contemporary hotel that sparkles both inside and out. This is a massive property, with 800 rooms spread across two towers and all manner of public spaces and lounges for guests to mingle, relax, or simply pass through on their way to any number of business meetings taking place on-site. The hotel is part of the City of Dreams complex, a lifestyle destination that's essentially a mall, with entertainment, dining, and drinking just downstairs. Ceilings soar, there is polished marble everywhere, and shimmery gold and silver accents in the lobby add a dash of glitz to an otherwise fairly corporate-style luxury property. The atmosphere is sharp and refined throughout, from the the two posh restaurants to the more laid-back lobby lounge. The hotel attracts a large number of business travelers due to its own event facilities and proximity to other luxury, corporate-friendly hotels in the Cotai Strip, but plenty of well-heeled tourists, including families and couples, stay here as well, drawn by the brand's reliable style.

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Location

In the City of Dreams complex on the swank Cotai Strip

This luxury hotel is located in the City of Dreams complex along with Crown Tower Hotel and Hard Rock Hotel. The complex is swish and high-end, with all manner of luxury boutiques and shops, plenty of dining options, and even a casino. The Cotai Strip, which holds the Grand Hyatt and the City of Dreams, is also home to many other top-notch hotels and casinos. Taipa Village is a touristy historic quarter that offers a blend of local and Portuguese cultures as well as the Tapia Homes Museum -- it's about five-minutes away from the hotel by road. The lion's share of Macau's most interesting sights, and its most lively neighborhoods, are across the harbor. It will take about 20 minutes to reach destinations like the historic Ruins of St. Paul's and the oldest parts of the city by car or taxi. There's a free shuttle to the city center (around a 25-minute drive) along with Macau International Airport and the ferry terminal (both around a 10-minute drive from the hotel). From there, it's a one-hour ferry ride to Hong Kong. 

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Rooms

Sharp contemporary rooms with sleek bathrooms and Nespresso machines

Bright, spacious rooms have a sleek, contemporary look defined by white walls, warm wood accents, and plenty of large windows. Decor is kept to a minimum -- in fact, it may look plain to some -- but the overall feeling is serene and uncluttered. You're getting a lot of space here, with even the entry level Deluxe Rooms offering 52 square meters (560 square feet) of room in which guests can spread out and relax. Expect to see alternating use of off-white carpets and hardwood floors, hardwood furniture that almost has a mod look to it, and soft golden-orange accents alongside sharp charcoal gray in the soft furnishings. Many rooms have separate bedrooms, and there are artsy touches like the white, decorative headboard above the beds in the Deluze Room that we saw. 

All rooms have large 42-inch flat-screen TVs, electric kettles, safes, minibars, Nespresso machines, and free Wi-Fi. Marble and mosaic-tile bathrooms are sleek and modern, with basin sinks, rainfall showers, and separate soaking tubs. Bathrobes and June Jacobs toiletries are provided. Suites are available with extra luxuries including in-room elliptical machines and soaking tubs next to floor-to-ceiling windows. Guests staying in Club Rooms are entitled to a host of additional out-of-room perks detailed below.

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Features

Two restaurants serving tasty dishes, fitness center, spa, infinity pool, and tennis courts

The hotel offers plenty of features that include great dining options, and for those who want even more to chose from, the City of Dreams complex is attached. The two posh on-site restaurants at Grand Hyatt Macau -- Beijing Kitchen and mezza9 --  earn good reviews for their cuisine, and there’s a lobby lounge where guests can grab a drink. At Beijing Kitchen, Beijing Style Duck and hand-pulled noodles are served in a homey dining space with brick walls and artfully arranged traditional potery. At mezza9, guests can watch their Thai food being prepared in the show kitchen. Guests staying in Grand Club Rooms rooms have access to the Grand Club Lounge with its outdoor terrace on the 37th floor. It's an attractive space bordered by a wall of leafy bamboo and panoramic windows. Grand Club guests are entitled to a free breakfast, but other guests must pay for breakfast. There’s a spacious, 24-hour fitness center with modern equipment and a spa offering massage and facial treatments. The hotel has a large, outdoor infinity pool surrounded by palm trees and lounge chairs with umbrellas where guests can relax. Tennis courts are also available. There are extensive facilities for business guests or those planning events like weddings, including two meeting rooms and two ballrooms. The hotel offers free parking and a free shuttle to the city center and airport. Wi-Fi is free throughout. 

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Airport Transportation

  • Business Center

  • Cabanas

  • Cable

  • Children's Pool

  • Concierge

  • Cribs

  • Dry Cleaning

  • Fitness Center

  • Internet

  • Jacuzzi

  • Kids Allowed

  • Laundry

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Mini Bar (with liquor)

  • Pool

  • Poolside Drink Service

  • Room Service

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

  • Spa

  • Swim-Up Bar

  • Tennis Court

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