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Grand Hyatt Hotel debuts in Jeju City

Grand Hyatt Hotel in Jeju City in South Korea debuts as the largest Grand Hyatt hotel in Asia-Pacific.

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For all the tourists who want to visit the South Korean island of Jeju, there is some great news. Grand Hyatt Hotel Jeju City is now open.

Grand Hyatt Hotel Jeju City is the largest Grand Hyatt in Asia-Pacific, opening as part of the Jeju Dream Tower.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced on Friday the opening of the 1600-room Grand Hyatt Jeju in South Korea. The highly anticipated opening also marks the return of Hyatt Hotels into Jeju Special Autonomous Province which is an island on the southern end of the Korean Peninsula renowned for its rich history and cultural traditions.

Grand Hyatt Jeju is a 10-minute drive from Jeju International Airport and a 15-minute drive from the port and cruise terminals. The hotel is within walking distance from shopping and culinary hotspots such as Nuwemaru Street and Dongmun Market. The rest of the island is accessible via bus and taxi and the main highway near the hotel leads to UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Geomunoreum Lava Tube System, Seongsan IIchulbong Tuff Cone and Mount Hallasan Natural Reserve.

Rooms and Suites

The 1600-rooms and suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views of Halla Mountain which is the highest mountain of South Korea. Rooms and suites range from the 65-square meter King Room to 260-square meter Presidential Suite. Each room is equipped with a 75-inch Smart Television along with a plush super King bed, marble bathroom, a double vanity, a island bathtub and a 3-seater sofa.

King Room
Marble Bathroom with Double Vanity

The 260-square meter Presidential Suite features floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of Jeju Skyline. Furnished with European design furniture and modern Korean art, the suite comes with a massage room, sauna, marble bathroom, an island bar and a living and dining area.

Presidential Suite


Grand Hyatt Jeju offers the widest selection of cuisines under 1-roof on Jeju Island. The hotel’s 14 different restaurants and bars include:

Gallery Lounge

Gallery lounge offers coffees and pastries in the day and pre-dinner cocktails, wines and champagne in the night.

99 Valley

99 Valley is the perfect dining choice for a fast, affordable and delicious meal – featuring the best of Asian comfort food from Greater China and Southeast Asia.

China House

Serves China’s provincial cuisines focusing on Northern Chinese, Shanghainese and Sichuan specialties.


Korean Barbecue dining with traditional Korean premium beef served with traditional Banchan side dishes.

Jeju Hot Pot

A Chinese hot pot restaurant, localized to feature local Jeju meat, seafood and seasonal vegetables.

Pop-up Plaza

Pop-up Plaza is located in the heart of HAN Collection fashion retail, you will find a colorful mix of international snacks from east to west.

Grand Kitchen

Buffet restaurant with dynamic show kitchens serving international flavours.


A theatrical showcase of Japanese izakaya, sushi and teppanyaki.

Poolside bar

The Poolside Bar features a quaint island bar serving delicious light snacks and refreshing beverages.

Café 8

Italian restaurant Café 8 features classic favorites like pizzas and pastas.


Alfresco extension of Café 8.

Lounge 38

Soirée of gourmet coffee and delectable pastries

Steak House

Steak, seafood and grill restaurant with a million-dollar view.


Pocha is contemporary Korean alleyway dining serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

Deli: Freshly-baked aromatic cakes, breads and pastries

HAN Collection

HAN Collection dedicated retail space showcasing more than 200 Korean fashion designers and brands across two floors.


The 46,177-square foot (4290-square-meter) Infinity Pool Deck is set against a picture-perfect backdrop of the sea and Halla Mountain. The deck features a heated infinity pool, private cabanas, a hot tub, a kids’ pool and a poolside bar. Guests can also enjoy a dip in the indoor pool

Pool Deck

An indulgent bathhouse experience awaits guests at Korean Jjimjil Spa- from a traditional Korean body scrub to complete rejuvenation in the red clay, cypress, ice and salt specialty therapy rooms. European Style Rosebay Spa offers Bespoke treatments using cosmeceutical technologies.

Grand Hyatt Jeju features eight meetings and event spaces with the largest space being 346-square-meters. The hotel is suited for grand celebrations, memorable weddings and intimate get-togethers with a dedicated team of culinary experts, event service and meeting planners to deliver a personalized experience for all occasions.

All photos by Grand Hyatt Jeju.

It looks like a stay here will be a memorable one. What do you think of Grand Hyatt Jeju? Let us know in the comments section below.

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