. Grand Hyatt looks out across Manila | Meetings & Conventions Asia

Grand Hyatt looks out across Manila

The view of the Makati skyline from Grand Hyatt Manila.
The view of the Makati skyline from Grand Hyatt Manila.

Grand Hyatt Manila has made its debut as the first Grand Hyatt hotel in the Philippines, opening its doors in the financial, commercial and entertainment districts of Taguig, Bonifacio Global City.

The 461-room luxury hotel tops the tallest skyscraper in the Philippines at 1,043 ft, offering unobstructed panoramic views of the Makati skyline and Manila Bay.

Deluxe room at Grand Hyatt Manila.
Deluxe room at Grand Hyatt Manila.

Guestooms will feature a modern look with rich earth tones, honey-toned walls and deeply grained maple floors. Each room has an attached private bathroom with veined gray-white marble finish, a glass enclosed shower stall, and a deep soaking tub. All guestrooms include a large stained wooden desk, a 50-inch LCD TV with a Bluetooth surround sound speaker, a fully stocked minibar, bedside control panel and thermostat, a lounge area with a plush couch and a walk-in closet with a safe.

For corporate guests, the hotel offers several flexible meeting and event rooms spanning across 2,281sqm. The massive, jewellery-box inspired Grand Ballroom boasts natural light and a show kitchen facility, the first-of-its-kind in the country.

Other venues include the meeting room, apartments with a common loft kitchen, the Grand Salon for intimate events and the Garden Pavilion that provides indoor and al-fresco seating area for outdoor-themed events.

For dining, guests will be able to take a pick from three major restaurants including a multi-cuisine all-day dining restaurant, a Chinese restaurant and a two-level restaurant and bar offering 360-degree views of the city, which opens mid-2018. Guests will also be able to enjoy casual dining options located at the lobby and poolside.

The hotel's other amenities include a 24-hour fitness centre and a spa, which will open on March 1.