In celebration of 50 years of creating grand moments in Singapore, and looking towards a bold future of more grand moments to be, Grand Hyatt Singapore will be embarking on a hotel renovation project that will be rolled out progressively in phases over an approximately two-year period, with infrastructural and design upgrades.
Remodeling of the hotel’s guestrooms, select restaurants, Damai Spa & Fitness Centre, and wellness areas are included as part of this project.
Commencing in October 2021, Phase 1 of the hotel’s upgrading project will kick off at The Terrace Wing (a complete separate wing from the main hotel) as well as the facilities and outlets that it houses such as Damai Spa and Fitness Centre and the swimming pool. The Terrace Wing will be re-launched as The Wellness Wing of Grand Hyatt Singapore with brand-new spaces designed by renowned designers NAO Taniyama Associates and Strickland, in addition to urban landscaping designed by Grant Associates.
Experiences with wellness at the core
Wellness has always been a core foundation of travel, and wellness in this current climate takes on a different meaning, as consumers look to achieve fulfillment both mentally and physically. With its renovation project, Grand Hyatt Singapore will create physical spaces and experiences – for travelers and visitors alike – who are looking for a purpose-driven time of unwinding and relaxing. Some of these key touchpoints include a jaw-dropping, five-story cascading garden and waterfall feature, lounging day-beds designed into the guestrooms, plus additional outdoor options such as event venues to add diversity to the hotel’s current offerings of 16 event venues, and an outdoor fitness area extension to the new Damai Spa & Fitness Centre.
This phased renovation project is primed for an approximate period of 2 years, and The Terrace Wing will be re-launched as the Wellness Wing of Grand Hyatt Singapore in Q1 2023.
About Grand Hyatt Singapore
Grand Hyatt Singapore is a luxury hotel located on Scotts Road near the start of Orchard Road, the city’s commercial and entertainment district. It features warm timber-interior guestrooms and suites; four unique dining concepts and a bar; and dynamic residential-style event space spanning three extensive floors.
For more information, call +65 6732 1234 or visit singapore.grand.hyatt.com.
Featured photo: Rendering of The Terrace Wing waterfall feature
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