Singapore, April 2015  Business and leisure travellers are welcome to retreat to an oasis of tranquillity while enjoying the comforts of home at the Grand Hyatt Singapore, a luxury hotel that is strategically located at the start of the well known Orchard Road in the centre of the city’s commercial and entertainment district, while just being a 30-minute drive away from Singapore’s Changi Airport.

The lobby of the hotel houses five specialty boutiques including Bang & Olufsen, Richard Mille and Royal Insignia.  Other luxury brand names like Chanel, Christian Dior, Prada and Donna Karan are only a stone’s throw away from the hotel.  A variety of shops, including the newest mall at the dynamic Orchard Turn, Ion, is located near the hotel and will satisfy the most discerning shopper.

For bargain hunters, areas such as Little India, Chinatown and Arab Street are just 15 minutes’ drive from the hotel, providing a fun and enjoyable setting for travellers to do their shopping.

Attractions in Singapore such as the Mandai Zoological Gardens, Botanical Gardens, Universal Studios® and the Singapore Night Safari are a scenic 30-minute drive from the hotel.  They are perfect venues for guests who wish to experience the lush offerings of the garden city.

After a long day of sightseeing and shopping, guests will then return to the elegant comfort of Grand Hyatt. Room service, personal butler, Business Centre and Guest Services Officers are available 24 hours a day. The Grand and Terrace Wings comprise 677 guestrooms including 46 suites, featuring luxury accommodation and the latest in technology befitting the hotel’s name, which is synonymous to outstanding leadership and innovation. Contemporary and chic in design, the rooms create a warm and relaxing ambience for both business travellers and leisure guests.

The hotel’s recreation facilities, spans over 78,000 sq ft is designed by the renowned Super Potato team from Japan. The lifestyle club, Damai Spa (defined to mean peace in the Malay language), offers uplifting spa facilities, making it a haven for the mind and soul while the Fitness Centre is dedicated to wellness enthusiasts in search of innovative ways to restore balance. Recreation facilities also include a swimming pool, tennis and badminton courts, studio and Oasis restaurant – a poolside barbeque restaurant.

Grand Hyatt Singapore’s restaurants and bars are one of the innovative attractions of the hotel, offering a kaleidoscope of taste, sight and sound. mezza9, the hotel’s award winning trendy lifestyle restaurant features authentic Asian and Western cuisine with nine different dining experiences from Sushi, Yakitori and Western grill to Thai and Chinese open kitchens.

The hotel’s long established basement Italian restaurant, Pete’s Place, remains popular after a quarter of a century, featuring a salad bar, pastas, wood-fired oven pizzas and Sunday brunch.  A uniquely Singaporean showcase at StraitsKitchen features local cuisine from the Chinese, Malay and Indian live show kitchens. Alfresco dining can be enjoyed by the poolside restaurant, Oasis or enjoy afternoon tea or evening cocktails at 10 SCOTTS. BRIX, one of the hottest nightspots in town, features three distinctive sections – the Whisky Bar, the Wine Bar and the Music Bar.

For more information, call +65 6732 1234 or visit singapore.grand.hyatt.com.

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