Review: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Grand Deluxe Harbour King $440+/night

Review: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Grand Deluxe Harbour King $440+/night

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I decided to stay at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong because I had 2 free nights at any Hyatt in the world with the sign-up bonus of the Hyatt Card.

 Photo Courtesy of Hyatt Hotels

Photo Courtesy of Hyatt Hotels

I didn’t want to use my free nights at some crappy Hyatt Property and had my eyes set on Hong Kong, Tokyo, or Paris. Hyatt also has some all-inclusive properties in Mexico which I’ve heard are fabulous!

Rates were $441.49/night, so I got over $880 in value from one sign up bonus, which is insane to think about.

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After landing in Hong Kong on time I checked out the arrivals lounge past security for premium passengers. My goodness is this airport awesome.

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The lounge was super small, but had some great amenities such as: Food, Drinks (small alcohol section), bathrooms, computers/printers, and SHOWERS! After a long flight that could come in clutch.

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Toiletries were provided.

I decided to take the Airport Express to Hong Kong Station for ~$15 then took an Uber to the Grand Hyatt.

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Before I checked out at the Ritz in NYC I emailed the managers at the Hyatt asking for an upgrade with good view.

They confirmed the upgrade via email before my flight. I was super excited to check in.


The lobby was beautiful, and massive!

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Room

I went up to my room on the 29th Floor and as soon as I opened my door I saw my amazing view of the harbour.

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 So Much Overcast. So Much Construction!

So Much Overcast. So Much Construction!

The room has a very open floor plan between the bathroom and bedroom by having a divider you can have go up or down. The bed was massive and plush.

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I had a bowl of fruit & water bottles waiting for me.

 It’s blurry, I know. I’m sorry!

It’s blurry, I know. I’m sorry!

I love that in a lot of cities in Asia in nice hotels they give you a free phone with internet to explore the city. It’s by a company called Handy.

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The bathroom was a good size and had a ton of different toiletries.

There was a water closet with a phone.

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The shower was perfect because it had a rainfall head and a wand.

The desk overlooking the Harbour was an awesome place to set up base camp, even if it is overcast outside.

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There were a robe and slippers so you can sit back and get extra comfy.

The next day I checked out the pool & gym. It’s a shame there was so much overcast/rain because the pool area was really cool.


The gym area was small, but had all the machines and dumbbells one could use.

At The End of The Day:

The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is an amazing property. It’s in the business district so it limits late-night activities, but the Hong Kong subway is fast and efficient to take you anywhere in the city.

I will efficiently be staying here in the future since I have over 200,000 Chase Points which can be transferred to Hyatt. Hong Kong is one of my favorite cities in the world and this is one of the best hotels Hong Kong has to offer.


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