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A Luxurious Retreat at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong - A Hotel and Culinary Experience to Remember


Our vacation at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Hotel (Harbour View) was an absolute delight and left us filled with happiness. This 5-star luxury hotel, located in the heart of Wanchai, is truly one of the best in Hong Kong.


Accommodation: We had the pleasure of staying in a 40-square-meter King Bed Harbour View room, which provided us with breathtaking vistas of Victoria Harbour.



The bedroom was both cozy and comfortable, featuring a plush king-size bed with a Hotel Pillow Menu for customized comfort. A sofa couch by the window allowed us to enjoy the mesmerizing view, and a dining table was thoughtfully set up with a welcome fruit basket.




In-room amenities included a 55-inch television with over 40 TV and audio channels, a Nespresso coffee machine, a tea selection, a minibar, and complimentary bottled water. The bathroom featured a separate bathtub and toilet, complete with all the necessary amenities.



Recreation: One of the highlights of our stay was the 50-meter-long swimming pool located on the 11th floor, which is the longest swimming pool in Hong Kong. The pool area provided a serene ambiance, perfect for both swimming and relaxation. 24 Hrs. fitness room with full exercise equipment.



Dining: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong boasts eleven restaurants and bars offering a diverse range of cuisines, including Chinese, Italian, Japanese, and international options. We highly recommend dining at One Harbour Road, located on the 8th floor, where we savored authentic Cantonese cuisine.



Executive Chinese Chef Chan Hon-cheong skillfully combined tradition with innovation, resulting in a delectable dining experience. The ever-changing seasonal set menu was a culinary journey in itself, and the restaurant's ambiance allowed us to enjoy both the harbor view and the Symphony of Lights show during our dinner.



We opted for the Seasonal Set Menu (1,168 HKD per person, subject to a 10% service charge), and each dish was a masterpiece,


Started with snacks before meal the yummy caramelize walnut crispy and tasty! they serve 3 kinds of sauce you can have with theirs food, we must say the X.O. sauce as pretty delicious!

First course

-Preserved egg jelly with young ginger,

-Crispy suckling pig, Foie gras mouse. The Crispy pork is perfect taste to go with foie gras mouse and they top on a crispy bread the taste is super amazing flavor!

-Caviar honey barbecue pork. The honey barbecue pork sweet and savory juicy caramelize and tender meat!


-Pan fried Hokkaido scallops, Matsutake mushrooms, Vegetable, and sea salts.


The huge size of Japanese scallops grilled perfectly drizzle a little bit of sea salt, amazing flavor from scallops everyone will love this menu



-Double boiled baby melon winter soup, seafood, roasted duck, termite mushrooms. It takes at least four hours to make double-boiled soups. The taste of soup is mild and savory full of ingredient serve inside baby melon.




-Braised whole south African dried abalone, hairy gourd, minced Iberico pork, mushrooms, oyster sauce.




-Poached summer spinach, Chanterelle mushrooms, wolf berries, fish broth. Heat and clear soup sweetness serve warm lovely taste from fish broth is a good balance with summer spinach and mushrooms.



-Wagyu beef fried rice, Ganba fungus, green beans, Abalone sauce.



-Chilled sago cream, Guava, Aloe, Chilled pistachio pudding, Tokachi red bean, Deep fried fermented bean curd pastries, lotus paste.



The sommelier; Khun Billy, expertly guided us through wine pairings, enhancing our dining experience.




The service at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong was exceptional, with every staff member displaying a service-oriented mindset.


Breakfast: Breakfast at the Grand Café on the lobby floor was a delightful experience.



The buffet offered an array of options, including freshly baked croissants, waffles, pancakes, cold cuts, bacon, dim sum, and a variety of hot dishes. The Egg station allowed for personalized egg preparations, while fresh fruits and a selection of beverages were available to complete the meal.




Local Attractions: The hotel's location is conveniently close to several attractions, including Hong Kong Park, the Hollywood Mural, and Wanchai Park. It is also connected to the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre and just a short drive from Central, Causeway Bay, and the Hong Kong International Airport.

Don't miss a visit to Che Kung Temple, which is steeped in history and believed to bring good luck when you spin the wheel of fortune.



Exploring the City: After our temple visit, we explored the vibrant streets of Hong Kong, including Hollywood Road Central. Our night culminated in a visit to "Penicillin Bar," which is known for its sustainable cocktails and delicious snacks and finger food such as cheesy french-fried, deep fried chicken.



PENICILLIN is Hong Kong’s first sustainable bar that champions a closed-loop model of production. With a focus on either locally sourced or up-cycled food and drink ingredients, PENICILLIN’s bar menu finds innovation in the true flavours of Hong Kong while constantly looking for ways to minimize carbon footprint.

PENICILLIN bar undertakes scientific research, experimentation, and multiple trials and errors to achieve sustainability breakthroughs in the waste-heavy food & beverage industry – portrayed by the installation of The Penicillin Lab and The Fermentation Chamber by COLLECTIVE.

The ultimate mission of PENICILLIN is to become Hong Kong’s first “scrap-less” bar – in other words, a bar that produces minimal waste by the end of the night. Prabowo, Ghale, and their dedicated team pour endless creativity into the ways common waste or kitchen by-products can be recycled and upcycled, while simultaneously self-brewing, fermenting, growing, and re-using ingredients to be used in cocktails. Ingredients including botanicals are all sourced locally within Hong Kong, with PENICILLIN going a step further to minimize transport distance in order to conserve energy and reduce carbon emissions.

For those who love bar hopping we recommend you should go to PENICILLIN Bar you will love their cocktails finger food and ambiance


We had a great time for our 2 nights and 3 days at Grand Hyatt Hongkong. We slept well with the beautiful night light if Victoria harbour view. Before checking out, we indulged in an Italian culinary experience at Grissini, located on the 2nd floor of the hotel.

The set lunch menu (780 HKD per person) featured authentic dishes from southern Italy, and every course was a treat for the taste buds. The homemade breadsticks served with olive oil and balsamic vinegar were particularly memorable.




Set lunch menu we sharing for 2 persons.

-Grilled cuttle fish, Rocket leaves, almond cream, and mushroom crumble.



-Beef tartare, Buffalo milk yoghurt, Oscietra caviar, and chicken consommé jelly.



-Burrata, Panzanella emulsion, roasted cherry tomatoes, basil.



-Bottoni pasta stuffed with buffalo ricotta and mozzarella, Zucchini, and mint.



-Grilled Wagyu flank steak, Corn, Swiss chard, pickled tropea onion




-Italian specialty coffees affogato: homemade vanilla ice cream, 72% dark chocolate chips, Short bread crumble, topped with Neapolitan roasted espresso.



-Tiramisu: Espresso coffee, Lady finger biscuit, mascarpone, and amaretto



-Homemade biscuit and chocolate



The cocktails and wine are also very good at Grissini. Babe has a chance to catch up with Chef Bart, since we know each other since he used to work in Bangkok, Thailand.