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After exiting the Macau ferry terminal, we headed downstairs to the Hotel & Casino shuttle area
Shuttles to the Wynn Macau, MGM Macau, Grand Lisboa, Lisboa, StarWood Hotel, Galaxy Macau, Sands Macau, Venetian Macau, and the City of Dreams are available.
We boarded the City of Dreams shuttle, which makes stops at the City of Dreams, the Hard Rock Hotel, and the Grand Hyatt Macau.
Upon entering the Grand Hyatt Macau, the lobby is huge. There is a concierge desk to the left, while the check-in counter is to the right.
Upon seeing that I was a Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond member, I was then escorted up the Grand Hyatt Lounge on the 37th floor for check-in. Check-in was very thorough, with all benefits and amenities being explained.
When making my reservation, I tried to use a Diamond Suite upgrade, but was told that none were available for the dates of my stay. I also emailed the hotel in hopes of getting them to let me know if a suite became available. I was told that 90% of the rooms are given away as comps to gamblers in attached casino including most of the suites, which I find somewhat hard to believe.
I was pleasantly surprised when I was informed that I was booked into Grand Suite King. I ended up getting the suite I was looking for, and without having to use a Diamond Suite Upgrade certificate.
We were escorted to our Grand Suite King, room 1815.
The hallways are very clean and modern looking.
Upon entering the room, there is a table with bar stools, as well a side board with coffee maker.
The living room is huge, with a large L-shaped sofa, coffee table and two ottomans. There is also a flat screen TV mounted on the wall.
The table next to the sofa has an impressive array of plugs and features.
The view from the room is spectacular, particularly at night.
A welcome amenity of a bowl of fruit was waiting on the coffee table, as well as a cake for our Anniversary.
There was also a letter outlining the Grand Club hours.
There is a sliding door separating the living room from the bedroom.
The bedroom has a very comfortable king bed, with a bottle of water on each night stand, as well as a box of chocolates.
Most convenient and appreciated are the plugs next to the bed with an adapter already plugged in for those who forgot to bring one. It also saves the time of having to go through your luggage in case you did bring one.
There is a flat screen TV on the wall.
The closet is in on the smaller side, but functional.
There is a lounge chair next to the bed.
The bathroom is also large with double sinks, and tons of counter space. There are toothbrushes, shaving kit, cotton swabs, sewing kit, nail file, etc. also available.
There is an enclosed tub/shower area. The tub is very deep and perfect for soaking. Water temperature was great, but water pressure could have been a slight bit better.
The toilet is in a separate area as well.
The pool area is very large, and I never saw anyone by the pool. There is plenty of seating, as well as patio seating.
The fitness center is also large with plenty of cardio machines, free weights, weight machines, yoga mats, gym balls and the like.
The Grand Club has an outdoor area with an open roof which is located to the right.
Also on the right side of the club, is a more private area.
The main area of the Grand Club is located to the left. There is more casual seating by the entrance with several sofas. The rest of the lounge has many tables for additional seating.
There is a refrigerator containing different types of drinks, including freshly made bottled juice.
There is a fairly big selection of booze and coffee makers.
There are different types of dim sum, hot dog, condiments, compressed watermelon with parma ham, bread, tomato tart, gazpacho, cold cuts, cut up fruit, and desserts including the world’s smallest éclair.
Breakfast includes items on a small menu including eggs Benedict with smoked salmon, cooked to order eggs with bacon, mushrooms, potato frittata, sausage and cherry tomatoes, waffles or pancakes, and toast.
In addition there is dim sum, sesame balls, Chinese donuts, bread, pastries, yogurt, fruit, cereal and oatmeal.
The staff in the Grand Club are very professional and friendly. They were eager to assist in any way they could, whether it was asking if everything was okay or if they could get you anything, making suggestions of things to see, or just making small talk.
The Grand Hyatt Macau is a spectacular hotel. It is on the larger side, but does not have a “mega resort” feel. This is definitely one of the nicer Hyatt properties that I have been to, including some of the Park Hyatt properties. The property just went up to a Category 5 property. When it was a Category 4 property, this was a great use of Hyatt Gold Passport points, or for utilizing the free night certificate with Chase Hyatt card.