Star Alliance Business Class Lounge LAX
Eva Airlines Royal Laurel Business Class LAX-TPE
Eva Airlines Infinity Lounge – Taipei
Eva Airlines Royal Laurel Business Class TPE-SIN
Grand Hyatt Singapore
Ayam Penyet Ria Restaurant
Newton Hawker Center
People’s Park Hawker Center
Por Kee Eating House
Tambuah Mas Restaurant
Rainforest Airport Lounge
Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur
Cathay Pacific Business Class KUL-HKG
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Tim Ho Wan
Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui
The Big Buddha
Ferry – Kowloon to Macau
Grand Hyatt Macau
Din Tai Fung – Macau
Old Town Macau
A Lorcha Restaurant
Ferry – Macau to Kowloon
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
The Bridge Cathay Pacific Lounge – Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific Business Class HKG-BKK
Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
Ban Khun Mae
Thai Royal Orchid Lounge – Bangkok
Asiana Airlines Business Class BKK-ICN
Gwang Yang Korean BBQ Restaurant – Seoul
Asiana Business Class Lounge – Seoul
Asiana Airlines Business Class ICN-LAX
Upon our return from Macau we stayed at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong again before departing for Bangkok.
After our great experience at the Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui along with my forgetting to leave money in the room safe, I thought it would be more practical to stay there again but no rooms were available by using points or, points and cash redemptions.
After our somewhat underwhelming stay at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong before leaving for Macau, I was some hesitant to stay here again.
For the brief one night stay, I did not use a Diamond Suite Upgrade.
Fortunately, we got a newly renovated room and the difference was hugely different. The renovated rooms are fresh and classic. It was like staying in a totally different hotel.
The hallways are elegantly decorated in beige carpet and dark woods.
There is a long entry way with the bathroom to the right. Right next to the entry way door there is a little shelf to place your keys, wallet, etc.
The bathroom features a single sink with plenty of counter space. There is a separate tub and shower. The tub does look out into the bedroom, but I believe there was a shade to separate the two spaces. The shower is very spacious with a little shelf to hold the toiletries. The toilet is in a narrow little cubby, but is bigger than it seems. There is a little box above the toilet that discretely holds an extra roll of toilet paper.
The closet is somewhat small but was efficient for a one night stay.
Further down the hallway sits a built in luggage rack.
There is a coffee maker, a flat screen TV atop a dresser. The coffee maker sits on top of the mini bar.
Instead of a desk, there is a small dining table which can double as a desk albeit a small one.
There is a lounge chair next to the bed with views of the harbor.
Next to the bed is a control panel to adjust the temperature of the room, window shades, and lights.
Next to the phone is a box of adapters, which comes in very handy if you forgot to bring your own.
Needless to say, the newly renovated rooms give the hotel a much grander appearance. The hotel will be much more appealing once the entire property is renovated, to which I am looking forward to what the suites will be like.