Grand Hyatt Singapore

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

10 Scotts Rd, Singapore, 228211, Singapore

6 Reviews

Grand Hyatt Singapore
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 33% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families89
  • Couples92
  • Solo86
  • Business86
  • perseushermes's Profile Photo

    Luxury at its Best


    Its beside Tangs Orchard which is the start of Orchard Road. The rooms in this hotel is beyond luxury. I took the Club King room at the Terrace Wing, which was SGD$310 per night (Corporate Rate) which works to about USD$205 per night and quite big. Not much of a view outside as there is another building being built alongside.

    The photos of the rooms shows luxury. The room is beyond my expectations and since I was in the Club King, the Grand Club Lounge was at my disposal. Really Grand Hyatt. The grand Wing must be better than what I got.

    Its conveniently located which I was able to get around by MRT (a station nearby) and to get to enjoy its strategic location.

    Unique Quality: Why stay here? Well Its an experience. And it is a stones throw away from Tangs, the start of Orchard road. The hotel houses a nice Asian Restaurant which offers a variety of Asian cuisine (its a buffet ) of, amongst others, Chinese, Malay, Indian, Continental, Japanese and Italian.
    There is also a top end Japanese restaurant too.

    Great rooms and a great bar downstairs. I was at the BRIX which is touted as the hottest nightspots in town with live music performing to Hip Hop and a bit of Soul. The crowd is quite hip too.

    **Appreciate your Rating**

    Directions: Near Tangs.

  • SLLiew's Profile Photo

    Another 5 Star Hotel near Orchard Road


    Highly recommend Grand Hyatt if you are staying here on business paid trip.

    Excellent location at Scotts Road near the Orchard MRT station and walking distance to all the major shopping maills of Orchard.

    Nice buffet lunches and dinners. Service is great. One of my favorite hotels in Singapore.

  • rhaps0dies's Profile Photo

    Swanky Chic Hotel in the heart of Orchard Road


    If you can afford it, I would highly recommend this hotel. This is one of my favourite hotels - My hubby and I held our wedding dinner at their ballroom and the Grand Duplex Suite was thrown in as part of the package. Needless to say, since they're 5 star, the Grand Hyatt Singapore is up there with your Four Seasons, Ritz Carlton in every way. Everything about this hotel is modern and chic. With great service, excellent food and rooms fit for the fashionistas, this is the perfect hotel. I was 'blown away' when I stayed here (then again, you must know that I spent heaps, and of course expected what I paid for). It's located right in the heart of Orchard Road, where all the shopping and buzz is.

    Note: As with most cities, you'll probably never go wrong with the 5 star hotels. But other than the Grand Hyatt, which I absolutely adore, the rest of the hotels I plan to recommend are the hip and more affordable ones.

    Unique Quality: The hotel was renovated beginning of 2005, to update all its amenities and it was given a swanky new outlook. Everything themed to black and glass and revolves around a modern chic look. And yet, the pool is amazing - tucked amidst a gorgeous landscape. If you sit by the pool, you won't believe you're in the heart of the city. The gym, also called Club Oasis has an extensive range of fitness equipment every modern gym should offer. The Mezza9 - an upmarket classy - restaurant offers one of the city's best (Not cheap though). My favourite's the Mezza9 Bar - my recommendation: try the Chocolate Bunny (a heavenly concoction of Bailey, Kailua, Creme de Cocoa & milk). The other popular eating haunt at the Grand Hyatt - among locals who don't mind paying - is the Straits Kitchen, offering up the best of Singapore cuisine (buffet) at a very reasonable price in the perfect modern chic setting (SIN$38).

    Directions: Right in the heart of Orchard Road, the Grand Hyatt is located next to the Marriot House and is a 10 mins' walk from the Orchard MRT (subway) Station.

  • Average


    Ok i arrived for a four day stay. arriverd on boxing day where we were expecting 5 newly renonvated wing. however on 2 out of the 5 were ready. we had till 3 even tough we had arrived at 7am. service was poor all through the stay. however rooms were very nice though. pool was freezing. was hopping for a heated one

  • Antarctis's Profile Photo

    One of the best Hotels in Asia


    A wonderful hotel, to be recommended for everyone. It's not really a cheap place, specially what they asked for tiny things like the content of the Minibar oder for the Breakfast Buffet is "heavy" but still worth it.

    The service is fantastic, a really 5 Star. The hotel is situated just near the well-known Orchard Roade and also the MRT (Tube) is nearby.

    The important thing is - that you'd ask for a room a) in the new wing and b) if you got a room in the new wing, starting with number x20, means 520, 630 or similar. The other rooms are indeed very noisy (due to the aircon machine which is outside of the hotel). I requested another room, and this one is fantastic.

    Unique Quality: The view isn't so great (I mean, this is a big city so the only things to see are other big buildings). Oh by-the-way, the broadband in the rooms is working perfectly.

    Roomservice is great (check out the nasi goreng).

  • latte18's Profile Photo

    the ever-changing facets of Grand Hyatt Singapore


    I have stayed at the Grand Hyatt Singapore many times and can say that this hotel has probably gone through more changes than any other hotels I've stayed in. First it was the major lobby renovation, then again another extensive renovation to all aspects of the hotel, followed by the name change to Grand Hyatt after 27 years of operations as Hyatt Regency, and finally a new interior/concept change. Phew.

    The hotel itself is Grand indeed. The lobby (which now adopts minimalist/modern interior) is designed by a Feng Shui specialist for the with-being of staff, guests, and the hotel. The hotel has two main towers: the Grand Wing and the Terrace Wing. I've stayed in both. The Grand Wing's rooms are smaller compared to the Terrace Wing's, but they were recently refurbished and now sporting the new modern/minimalist look. Hyatt's hotel-within-a-hotel concept, the Grand Club, is also located in the Grand Wing. The Terrace Wing on the other hand, has a more resort feel to it. Many of the rooms overlook a 4-storey waterfall, a lush tropical garden with koi ponds, or a tropical style swimming pool. The rooms are some of the biggest in Singapore.

    The hotel also has a great choice of food outlets, six to be exact. The Cafe offers great breakfast and Pete's Place serves up great pizza and offers a good deal on lunch buffet.

    The hotel is located right on Singapore's shopping belt and flanked by two major shopping centers and not far from business districts as well and a mere 5-minute walk to Orchard Rd MRT station via a sheltered underpass. The hotel's staff is professional, friendly, and is truly eager to meet all your needs.

    I will continue to stay at Grand Hyatt Singapore for many years to come. If not for the great service then to see what changes they have in store.

    Unique Quality: - Two unique choice of accommodation: The Grand Wing and The Terrace Wing
    - Located right on Orchard Road's shopping belt
    - Friendly and helpful staff

More about Grand Hyatt Singapore

Grand Hyatt Singapore


by tayhockkeong

Grand Hyatt Singapore

Welcome to Grand Hyatt Singapore, an oasis for business and leisure travelers who want the comforts of home. Strategically located in the heart of Singapore's commercial and entertainment district, Grand Hyatt Singapore offers award-winning accommodation, superb restaurants, world class conference and recreation facilities. We also offer advanced telecommunications facilities, a 24-hour business centre, concierge, room and butler services to cater to the business travellers. All of which sets us apart and confirms why those who know Singapore know Hyatt. Grand Hyatt Singapore offers a unique choice of accommodation in two separate wings: Terrace Wing and Grand Wing. Grand Wing, an all-suite concept, offers the luxury of suites and modern technology at affordable prices. Grand Rooms are popular with business travelers who relish the extra space of a separate living/bedroom area for conducting informal meetings.

Home away from home

by Craig.White about Grand Hyatt, Singapore

Grand rooms are 2 room suites with decent views and very modern comforts. Meza 9 -- book the Sunday Brunch when you book the room. Not to be missed.


Fitness facilities & Spa.

Concierge -- very helpful & extraordinarily knowledgeable

Awesome Hotel

by Travel2write about Grand Hyatt

The grand hyatt was just so so so nice. Close to shopping and nightlife, movies and all. The staff was great and rooms were unbelievable. The shower stalls come straight out of the overhead and are just awesome. Four restaurants, a lobby lounge, two bars and 24-hour Room Service offer a full spectrum of fine dining and wining options available at the hotel. From traditional Italian cuisine at Pete's Place, poolside dining at Oasis Restaurant and Bar to nine different dining concepts at mezza9, Grand Hyatt Singapore caters for every palate and mood.

Forum Posts

Question : How to get the Grand Hyatt Singapore (at Scott Road) from Hyatt JB by BUS ?

by tyl289

Hi all,

I will be staying one night at Hyatt JB (Jalan Sungai Chat) and then transfer to Grand Hyatt Singapore at Scott Road.

I try to avoid using taxi (sedan) coz' most of the time I'll get car sick even the distance is not too far except if I am the driver. Pretty Strange, right ? But it's true.

Does anyone know which BUS should I take from Hyatt JB to the Grand Hyatt Singapore (or to the nearest location) ?
Do I need to buy the ticket first and how much the cost ?
Do I need to change the BUS at the immigration ? How about my luggage ?

Many thanks for your help.

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2006


RE: Question : How to get the Grand Hyatt Singapore (at Scott Road) from Hyatt JB by BUS ?

by xuessium


I am not sure abouot the JB side, but once you reached the Causeway checkpoint (which is incidentally jammed tight these few days) - you may board SBS Transit bus 170 to come over to the Singapore side or take the Causeway Link bus (CW1?) and dropped off at Kranji MRT Station.

The easier way will be to drop off at Kranji MRT and then take the train to Orchard MRT (they are on the same North-South Red line). The Hyatt is about 10-15 minutes from Orchard MRT.

If you choose to take 170, you'll have to switch bus as bus 170 will pass by Scotts Road from the side, along Bukit Timah Road. You'll have to get out at Newton Circus and either switch to a bus turning into Scotts Road (Bus 171, 167 etc) or walk (which is a tedious 20-25 minutes walk) to the Hyatt.

Just my 2 cents worth.

RE: RE: Question : How to get the Grand Hyatt Singapore (at Scott Road) from Hyatt JB by BUS ?

by canttaketheskyfromme

The Hyatt in JB is quite a trek from the crossing point on the JB side and it's in a fairly quiet part of town bus wise. From the Hyatt you can walk down to the waterside road (Jln Abu Bakr), and pick up one of the regular buses along that that will take you toward the checkpoint. Any bus marked Johor Bahru runs into the centre of town. Not all buses stop actually at the checkpoint, annoyingly, in fact very few do. What you could do is get off before the checkpoint at the Post Office (a big stop, you can't miss it). From here it's a tricky but very short walk to the checkpoint (lots of traffic). There is a pedestrian subway. After passing through Malaysian exit immigration pick up bus #170 which will take you over the causeway into Singapore. From there you have several options but the best bet is to board the 170 again and change to the MRT at Kranji


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 Grand Hyatt Singapore

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Address: 10 Scotts Rd, Singapore, 228211, Singapore