Asia-Pacific’s largest Hyatt hotel welcomes travellers to rediscover scenic Jeju | TTG Asia


The new iconic 38-storey twin-tower, Grand Hyatt Jeju – the tallest hotel on the holiday island – is poised to be Asia’s leading integrated lifestyle destination with culinary, wellness, fashion and entertainment experiences all under one roof

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Grand Hyatt Jeju boasts Jeju’s largest outdoor pool deck, a 4,290m2 space with a heated infinity pool, relaxing hot tub, kid’s pool, as well as cabanas and sun beds
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Grand Hyatt Jeju boasts Jeju’s largest outdoor pool deck, a 4,290m2 space with a heated infinity pool, relaxing hot tub, kid’s pool, as well as cabanas and sun beds

Brought to you by Grand Hyatt Jeju

Centrally located in the vibrant heart of Jeju city in South Korea, Grand Hyatt Jeju is the largest Hyatt hotel in Asia-Pacific and the ideal base from which to explore all that the holiday island has to offer. Being the biggest and highest hotel in Jeju, the iconic landmark is visible as soon as the plane lands on the runway.

The 38-storey twin-tower and integrated resort delivers an impressive selection of world-class culinary, leisure and entertainment experiences, featuring 1,600 rooms and suites, 13 restaurants and a bar, as well as a dedicated two-storey retail space, HAN Collection.

The majestic hotel also houses the island’s largest outdoor deck with a heated infinity pool, indoor pool, two premium spas, eight residential-style event spaces and a world-class casino.

Great connectivity & accessibility
Grand Hyatt Jeju is just a 10-minute drive from Jeju International Airport, 15-minute drive from the port and cruise terminals, and within walking distance from shopping and culinary hotspots such as Jeju Dongmun Market and Nuwemaru Street.

Luxurious accommodation with scenic views
Offering 1,600 rooms and suites ranging from 65m2 to 260m2, the spacious accommodations feature 2.7m-tall floor-to-ceiling windows with unprecedented breathtaking views of the Halla Mountain, the turquoise sea and the city.

Each luxurious guestroom is also accented with modern Korean art, equipped with a 75-inch flat-screen television, three-seater sofa, marble bathroom with double vanity and an island bathtub.

The popular 130m2 Corner Suite, comes with a separate bedroom and living space, walk-in closet, marble bathroom, island bathtub and Grand Club privileges.

Ideal for intimate celebrations and private events, the lavish 260m2 Presidential Suite is furnished with two super king beds, separate living and dining areas, a massage room, sauna steam room, island bar, Grand Club privileges, Jjimjil Spa access and dedicated butler service.

With eight function and event spaces designed against a warm, residential setting, Grand Hyatt Jeju is also an ideal venue of choice for grand celebrations, destination weddings and intimate gatherings.

Leading culinary destination with 13 restaurants and a bar
A culinary powerhouse, the hotel offers the widest selection of cuisines within one destination in Jeju, with an option of 14 dining venues serving fresh seasonal ingredients, local Jeju produce and international cuisine.

Three signature restaurants located at the highest 38th floor include Pocha which offers modern Korean street food and evergreen favourites; Lounge 38 is a sky lounge for guests to unwind over tipple; and The Steak House serves tasty grilled steaks and fresh seafood towers.

Jeju is famous for its fresh abalone, and a local speciality is abalone porridge, a richly fragrant porridge of rice and fresh abalone. Both Jeju black pork and abalone porridge, along with popular Korean fare like haejangkuk, bibimbap, kimchi jjigae can be found in Noknamu. The Korean restaurant also spotlights the finest cuts of Jeju black pork and Hanwoo beef, grilled to perfection.

China House whips up oriental delights such as dim sum, wok, BBQ and Peking duck by a team of world-class Northern Chinese, Shanghainese, Sichuan and Cantonese speciality chefs.

Wellness escape
An indulgent modern Korean bathhouse experience at Jjimjil Spa awaits guests seeking some head-to-toe pampering. Complete with four speciality therapy rooms, visitors can enjoy a full-body detox on the Jeju lava-stone floors, relax in the steam room and dry sauna and enjoy healthy snacks and drinks at the juice bar.

The Rosebay Spa offers the ultimate luxurious experience designed to rejuvenate the body, mind and soul. The comprehensive range of face and body treatments combine the latest techniques and premium skincare products to leave guests feeling energised. After a day out exploring Jeju, they can pamper their feet with a lavish foot treatment too.

Non-stop entertainment and recreation
Guests staying at Grand Hyatt Jeju can head to Jeju’s largest outdoor pool deck, a 4,290m2 space with a heated infinity pool, relaxing hot tub, kid’s pool, as well as cabanas and sun beds.

With a capacity of more than 200 people, Grand Club, the largest Grand Hyatt club lounge in Asia-Pacific, allows suite guests and World of Hyatt Globalist members to enjoy complimentary access to breakfast, leisurely tea and evening cocktails, as well as personal check-in service.

Fashionistas keen on retail therapy can shop at HAN Collection, a stylish, double-storey K-fashion mall with a wide range of offerings from luxury, contemporary to casual and street wear, as well as shoes, bags and jewellery by over 200 talented local designers.

The integrated resort is also home to the Jeju Dream Tower Casino, a 5,367m2 casino floor with 190 gaming tables and 219 machines, providing round-the-clock entertainment.

Unique explorations nearby
For travellers keen to explore natural attractions, stunning coasts and beautiful beaches, Jeju presents a hidden gem with three UNESCO World Heritage Sites within close proximity.

Outdoor adventure seekers will be delighted with the picturesque hiking trails of Hallasan National Park, a short 20-minute drive from Grand Hyatt Jeju. At 1,950m, Hallasan is the highest mountain in South Korea and the park’s volcanic geology, ecosystem and natural biodiversity will appeal to nature lovers too.

To the west of Jeju, another UNESCO site, Seongsan Ilchulbong, is a stunning volcanic crater formed during an undersea volcanic eruption 5,000 years ago. The 600m-diameter crater and its steep cliffs rise 182m out of the ocean, and adventurous visitors can ascend to the top to savour the magnificent scenery and diverse geological structures of the area.

Another UNESCO-listed national treasure on the island is the finest volcanic cave system, Manjanggul Cave, one of the longest lava tunnels in the world, which is accessible for visitors to explore.

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