Stay in 5-star luxury among beautifully landscaped gardens on Mount Namsan, the symbolic mountain located in the center of Seoul.
As you walk into the lobby of the Grand Hyatt Seoul, you quickly notice the blend of east meets west in the clean lines of the decor.
Grand Hyatt Seoul has 601 guest rooms, including 50 suites. The hotel even has 38 hypo-allergenic rooms called Pure Rooms.
The Grand Club gives you a “hotel within a hotel” experience including complimentary continental breakfast, evening snacks and cocktails, and use of meeting rooms and sauna. The Club Olympus Fitness Center includes aerobic studios, indoor and outdoor pools, men’s and women’s saunas with Korean body scrub services, tennis and squash courts, and in winter an ice skating rink.
With 14 luxurious spa suites and treatment rooms, The Spa Grand Hyatt Seoul is a relaxing haven in the heart of the city. Try a Ginger Muscle Release Massage, Ginseng Milk Polish Body Treatment, or Caviar Cell Vitale Facial.
There are ten restaurants and bars in the hotel with a variety of cuisine from European to Japanese and Chinese. There is also no lack of live music and entertainment at Grand Hyatt Seoul. J.J Mahoney’s is made of nine separate areas from an outdoor terrace to a billiards room to a discotheque where the tunes play into the wee hours of the morning.
Helicon is a unique “Song Bar” concept. The Paris Bar has a resident pianist.
In the Lobby Lounge, soak in the spectacular view of the city and Han River as you enjoy soothing classical music by the hotel’s resident band.
A must is coffee or tea in the Lobby Lounge. The tea menu is extensive and the tea is served the traditional way on a small wooden tray with wooden spoon and a traditional confectionery like yugwa made of rice flour and honey. Teas are an integral part of Asian cultures and revered for their medicinal benefits. Try the Red Ginseng Tea to restore energy and boost the immune system.