4 Ways To Live It Up At Grand Hyatt Singapore Before It Closes Completely For Reno


To stay up-to-date and provide guests with one-of-a-kind experiences, makeovers and updates are par for the course for hotels.

For Grand Hyatt Singapore, which turned 50 last year, an infrastructural and design transformation was needed to take its key focus on wellness, sustainability and innovation to the next level.

The five-star, luxury hotel on Scotts Road embarked on the first phase of its 21st century makeover in October last year with the closure of The Terrace Wing as well as the facilities and outlets that the wing housed such as Damai Spa and Fitness Centre and the swimming pool. The hotel will close completely on 19 September and will reopen in the first quarter of next year.

The all-new Grand Hyatt Singapore will house nature-centred wellness spaces including a five-storey cascading garden and waterfall feature, lounging daybeds in the guestrooms and an outdoor fitness area extension to the new Damai Spa & Fitness Centre.

For a colourful depiction of the memorable areas of the hotel and its upcoming new spaces and urban landscaping, check out the vibrant artworks by local muralists Ripple Root on the hoardings outdoors as well as the hotel’s public spaces.

There’s still time to book a stay and live it up at the hotel. We highlight four ways to celebrate grand moments at the hotel.

Relax & recharge in spacious, wood-rich rooms and suites

Dressed in soothing earth tones of beige and brown, rooms and suites sport lots of wood finishings.

Great for families, the 72 sqm Grand Deluxe Two Bedroom has a bedroom with a king bed and another with twin beds plus a living area and a powder room. Those who want more space for all-out relaxation will find it in the 54 sqm Deluxe Room which has a suite layout featuring a bedroom as well as a spacious living area, complete with cosy sofa, coffee table, TV and work desk.

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The Deluxe Room has a suite layout featuring a bedroom, bathroom and living area, complete with sofa, coffee table, TV and work desk

All suites come with kitchenettes, Nespresso coffee machines and access to the Grand Club Lounge on level 21. Marble-clad bathrooms in both rooms and suites are stocked with bath products from Balmain.

Feast on a spectacular spread of local favourites at StraitsKitchen

No staycation is complete without feasting on your favourite foods during your stay. At StraitsKitchen, you can enjoy unlimited servings of a dizzying array of well-loved Chinese, Indian, Malay and Peranakan dishes as well as hawker favourites, whipped up in halal-certified kitchens.

For lunch and dinner, savour local favourites like Popiah, Chinese Rojak, Gado Gado, Satay (chicken, mutton, beef), Beef Rendang, Otah Otah, Wok-Fried Carrot Cake, Laksa, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Roasted Duck, Black Pepper Crab, Roti Prata, Murtabak and Biryani. End on a sweet note with Peranakan and Malay desserts such as Nonya Kueh, Kueh Lapis Legit, Pandan Kaya Cake, Sago Gula Melaka, Banana Fritter, Durian Ball, Pulut Hitam and Chendol.

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Savour some of Singapore’s most-loved local dishes under one roof at StraitsKitchen

For breakfast, tuck into a plate of Wok-Fried Carrot Cake, Nasi Lemak and Char Kway Teow; slurp up the rich Laksa broth and noodles; or fill up with a comforting bowl of plain, fish or chicken congee topped with preserved vegetables, braised peanuts, shredded ginger and spring onions. For Indian food fans, there are Roti Prata, Thosai, Idli, Rava Upma and Medu Vada, accompanied by Sambar and Coconut and Tomato Chutneys. Wash it all down with some Teh Tarik, Kopi Tarik or Teh Halia for a uniquely local touch.

Enjoy afternoon high tea and evening tipples at 10 Scotts

Enjoy a leisurely afternoon with delicious bites, gourmet teas and coffees at the cosy 10 Scotts. Its Afternoon Tea Set is served in two seatings daily – from noon to 2pm and 3pm to 5pm.

Make your way through four cold courses of Smoked Salmon, Blue Swimmer Crab Meat, 18-month Aged Parma Ham and Organic Heirloom Tomatoes with Buffalo Mozzarella. Then tuck into hot courses such as Crispy Curry Puff, Braised Australian Beef Brisket, Plant-Based Fish Cake and Pepper Crusted Yellowfin Tuna Loin.

Be sure to save room for sweet treats like Homemade Seasonal Scones with clotted cream and berry jam, Strawberry Tart, Rhubarb Cream and Compote, Manjari Chocolate Tart, Salted Caramel Ice Cream and seasonal fruits.

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10 Scotts is the perfect spot for a leisurely afternoon tea experience as well as happy hour drinks

Elevate your afternoon tea experience with some bottomless Barons de Rothschild Brut Champagne, wines, themed cocktails and mocktails for an additional $40, or top up $30 for unlimited themed cocktails and mocktails.

Wind down with Champagnes, wines, beers and light bites during Happy Hour from 6pm to 9pm daily.

Chill out and party into the wee hours at BRIX

Kick back at one of the hottest nightspots in town. Located at the basement of the hotel, the nightclub has three different areas for you to chill out into the wee hours of the morning.

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BRIX is known for its live band and well-stocked Wine and Whisky Bar

The Wine Bar and Whisky Bar offer a selection of wines, single malt scotch, cognacs and liqueur, while the Music Bar showcases live R&B, soul, classic rock and Top 40 hits by six-member resident band Gravity every Tuesday to Saturday, from 10pm till late.

There’s also a glass-enclosed Cigar Salon where cigar aficionados can light up.