The safety and wellbeing of our guests and colleagues is always a top priority for us.
Hotel outdoor facilities including courtyard, swimming pool, Waterfall Bar and The Grill will be closed, while valet parking service will be suspended when typhoon signal no. 8 or above or a black rainstorm warning is hoisted as safety measures.
Grissini, One Harbour Road, The Teppanroom, Grand Hyatt Steakhouse and Champagne Bar are now operating in Type C Mode of Operations under the Government’s Vaccine Bubble scheme. The above restaurants are operating until midnight at 75% capacity, with a maximum of 6 guests per table. Patrons are required to use the “Leave Home Safe” app before entering the restaurants. All restaurant associates have received at least one jab of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Other restaurants in the hotel, including Grand Café, Tiffin, Chocolatier, Kaetsu, The Grill and Waterfall Bar, shall continue to operate in Type B Mode of Operations until 10 PM at 50% capacity, with a maximum of 4 guests per table. Patrons are required to scan the “Leave Home Safe” app or register personal details before entering the restaurants.
The maximum size for banquets will remain 20 guests for all restaurants, while each table needs to be separated by at least 1.5 meters. Food or drink should not be consumed in areas adjacent to our catering premises or in any public areas of the hotel. We are requiring guests to wear masks when entering the restaurants and the hotel, and our associates to always wear masks. We would also like to kindly remind you of the importance of handwashing as a protective health and safety measure.
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong features nine acclaimed restaurants and bars offering a fabulous range of cuisines including Chinese, Italian, Japanese and international fare, in the heart of the Wanchai district.
Celebrated for its prime cuts of the world’s finest beef, complete with a stylish wine room and an intimate cigar tasting room.
In the spotlight with open show kitchens, and all-time-favourite comfort food
Legendary spot for European buffets and afternoon tea with an ever-exciting view of the buzzing lobby.
Combines the elegance of a Taipan’s mansion in the 1930s with authentic Cantonese cuisine, with the backdrop of the breathtaking Victoria Harbour.
Serves barbecue dinner and weekend brunch. An alfresco dining venue for grilled specialities.
Provides an interactive dining experience in a mixture of Western and Japanese-style setting.
Features traditional Japanese favourites and seasonal specialities with a varied selection of exclusive sake.
Presents refreshing drinks and snacks in an artfully landscaped oasis.
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In collaboration with the Festival of Australia and to offer an immersive sensory experience for our staycation guests, enjoy a stay at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong this October and November, to discover the magnificent tastes, sights and sounds of the land down under.