Grand Hyatt Macau
What We Love
- Close — but not too close — to the bustling City of Dreams casino-dining-shopping complex
- Franco Dragone's House of Dancing Water spectacular
- Hefty snacks during happy hour on the new Club Level could double as dinner
- Unlimited wine and terrace seating during mezza9's Sparkling Sunday champagne brunch
What To Know
- Confirm your view: floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the Pearl River Delta or the Wynn's construction pit
- Free shuttles loop between Macau's tourist sites and the ferry terminals
- Slightly early check-out at 11am (most Macau hotels are noon)
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Two tasteful towers in the Cotai Strip’s City of Dreams Complex provide a sophisticated respite when packs of mainlanders make good on the neighboring Hard Rock Hotel’s name. Businessy auburn woods and forest-motif room decor wink toward pleasure with peek-a-boo glass walls into the marble rain showers and soaking tubs. The resort feels self-contained with a year-round salt-water infinity pool, spa, 24/7 fitness center and thumping nightclub. Two signature restaurants—Beijing Kitchen and mezza9, a Singapore show-kitchen—make this a foodie favorite. Suites include flourishes like croc leather wall coverings and Nespresso machines.
In the Area
449 years of Portuguese rule pack a lot of history (see: Macau Museum) into 11 square miles, but no UNESCO-protected cobblestone is as exciting as the resulting cuisine. Delicate egg tarts (natas) from Lord Stow’s Bakery make a classic breakfast. Café Ou Mun offers heartier fare such as fried pork chop buns, coconut cakes and iced coffee sweetened with banana syrup. Dine beachside on suckling pig and baked clams at Fernando, or beneath camphor trees in a calçada courtyard at Albergue 1601 on bacalhau cakes, stuffed crabs and the coconut-milk-basted Macanese misnomer, African Chicken.
How to Get There
Returned to stay at the City of Dreams GRand Hyatt with wife and kid last week. Service and impression of the hotel certainly lived up to our expectation and was as exceptional this time around as it was for us some 5 years back. Staff were very attentive right from the check in to our check out. Ms Echo Chen from the Guest Service Team was at the reception to assist us with our check in and was personal and professional. She acceded to our requests and went to the extent of handing kid a welcome pack which made his stay all the more enjoyable. Throughout our stay, all staff members we encountered were professional and attentive. We definitely recommend this property to anyone travelling to Macau.
Excellent location and it’s close to all main casinos and malls. Hotel room is cozy and room is big. The room that I stayed could see the fountain view and the suite has a big living room area. Highly recommended and will definitely come back again.
Stayed on the 18th floor for 2 nights at The Grand Suite. Room was spacious with view of the Wynn Palace fountain.
Good selection of food (dim sum, cakes, fruits, hot food) at the Club Lounge, serving breakfast, afternoon refreshments and evening cocktails. Favourite food was the madeleine cake.
While many would not consider Hyatt at Macau due to the fame of the Venetian and Parisian, this Hyatt is a true gem.
From the entrance to the lobby, the design is all very modern and chic, boasting a wow factor, not due to the lavishness but the pure atmosphere. Check-in staff was friendly, and the service was excellent. The suite I stayed in was up to expectation, open with great views of both the Wynn palace fountain and Macau airport. The bathroom was big, with double sinks, a large bathtub beside the window and a stand-up shower as well as a roof mount shower head. The third-floor recreational area was great also, including a spa, restaurant, a very decent sized gym, a kid’s playhouse, and an outdoor area to match. The swimming pool is beautiful, as well there is a little heated pool area. There is a tennis court, although it is paid and not free, which I found kind of disappointed as I really wanted to get a hit in. The hotel is separated into two towers, one is for rooms and another for suites. This is a very decent, luxurious true five-star hotel in a terrific location on the Cotai island. Connected to the city of dreams, there are a plethora of shops connected to the hotel as well as a casino. Shuttle bus to the hotel is available from the airport, as well as shuttle buses to Macau island is available from the bus terminal which is also connected to the hotel.
Overall, this was a terrific day trip and a great stay for me, and although I was not old enough to gamble yet, the Grand Hyatt Macau is where I will be staying next time when I turn 21.
This hotel is link together with the city of dreams hotel.
It will be grreat fro those who plan to watch the house of dancing water.
The shuttle bus is convenient to go around in the macau city.
They are variety of local breakfast in taipa area.
And the hospitality is superb as well.