Grand Hyatt Debuts New Hotel in Jeju

The new Grand Hyatt Jeju brings new levels of luxury and sophistication to the popular South Korean destination’s MICE scene.

The largest Hyatt hotel in Asia Pacific and part of the iconic Jeju Dream Tower Integrated Resort, the 1,600-room hotel is set to become one of Asia’s leading integrated lifestyle destinations. This highly anticipated opening also marks the return of a Hyatt hotel into Jeju Special Autonomous Province, an island on the southern end of the Korean Peninsula renowned for its rich history and cultural traditions.

The Grand Hyatt Jeju embodies the modern Korean lifestyle, offering leisure guests, business travelers, and locals an impressive selection of world-class culinary, leisure, and entertainment experiences under one roof. These include 14 distinct restaurants and bars; the HAN Collection, a dedicated retail space showcasing over 200 Korean fashion designers and brands; the island’s largest outdoor deck with an infinity pool; two premium spas; and eight residential-style event spaces.

The new Grand Hyatt Jeju brings new levels of luxury and sophistication to the popular South Korean destination's MICE scene. 

Starting at 65 square meters, the hotel’s spacious rooms and suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows with breathtaking views of Halla Mountain – the highest mountain in South Korea – the turquoise sea, and the city. Each luxuriously appointed guestroom is accented with modern Korean art, equipped with a 75-inch flat-screen television, three-seater sofa, marble bathroom with double vanity, and island bathtub.

Furnished with hand-picked European designer furniture, the lavish 2,798 square-foot (260-square-meter) Presidential Suite is ideal for intimate celebrations and private events and features two bedrooms, separate living and dining areas, a massage room, and sauna steam room, as well as dedicated butler service.

Able to host up to 200 people, the Grand Club is the largest Grand Hyatt club lounge in Asia Pacific and features three social spaces – the Library, Dining Hall and Living Room. Suite guests and World of Hyatt members with Globalist status will have complimentary access to the lounge where they can enjoy panoramic city views alongside all-day refreshments, breakfast, evening cocktails, and personal check-in service.

The new Grand Hyatt Jeju brings new levels of luxury and sophistication to the popular South Korean destination's MICE scene. 

With eight meetings and event spaces designed to reflect a warm, residential setting, Grand Hyatt Jeju is suited for grand celebrations, corporate events, and intimate get-togethers with a dedicated team of culinary experts, event service, and meeting planners to deliver a personalized experience for all occasions.

The Grand Hyatt Jeju also offers the widest selection of cuisines under one roof in Jeju Island, curated in collaboration with local suppliers and food artisans to bring diners on a gastronomic journey featuring local and global flavors from Korean, Chinese, and Southeast Asian to Italian. The hotel’s 14 unique restaurants and bars include China House, which specializes in Northern Chinese, Shanghainese, and Sichuan cuisines; Jeju Hot Pot, a farm-to-table Chinese hot pot restaurant serving locally farmed seasonal produce; Korean BBQ Noknamu; and the Grand Kitchen, home to international buffets.

After hours, business travellers can enjoy an indulgent bathhouse experience at Korean Jjimjil Spa, including a traditional Korean body scrub, specialty therapy rooms, and bespoke treatments using cosmeceutical technologies at the European-style Rosebay Spa, or make for the expansive infinity pool deck, the largest outdoor deck on Jeju Island, which is ideal for lounging and alfresco dining in summer. The deck features a heated infinity pool, private cabanas, and a poolside bar. Guests can also enjoy a dip in the indoor pool or work out in the 24-hour fitness center.

The new Grand Hyatt Jeju brings new levels of luxury and sophistication to the popular South Korean destination's MICE scene. 

Grand Hyatt Jeju is a ten-minute drive from Jeju International Airport, a 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. The rest of the island is accessible via taxi and bus, and the main highway near the hotel leads to the Seogwipo beachside district and UNESCO World Heritage sites such as Mount Hallasan Natural Reserve, Geomunoreum Lava Tube System, and Seongsan IIchulbong Tuff Cone.

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