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This sleek edifice is a world of entertainment and dining, with a fabulous pool complex. You're spoilt for choice with the dining options, which include everything from New York steaks to Singaporean favourites. Wox is fun, recreating the food-hawker stalls you find in Southeast Asia. This amazing leisure hotel also boasts stunning views of Dubai Creek.
Close to the city centre, Grand Hyatt Dubai offers inner-city retreat with resort-style amenities. There's a complimentary shuttle to Jumeirah Beach Park. Transfer time from airport: 10 min.Larger Map
674 rooms and suites in 2 buildings, all with air-conditioning, satellite TV, high- speed Internet access*, telephone, coffee making facilities, mini-bar*, safe, iron and ironing board (on request only), bathrobes and hairdryer. Grand City View Rooms have views of Dubai's skyline, with 1 king-size bed or 2 single beds sleeping max 2 adults.
Creek Rooms as above but with views of Dubai Creek, with 1 king-size bed or 2 single beds sleeping max 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. Club Creek View Rooms have views of Dubai Creek and offer access to the Grand Club lounge situated on the 14th floor with views of the resort and creek, serving complimentary continental breakfast, all-day tea/coffee, evening cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and newspapers/magazines, with 1 king-size bed or 2 single beds sleeping max 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. Grand Deluxe Rooms are larger and also offer full Club facilities with 1 king-size sleeping max 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children. Grand Suites are larger than Grand Deluxe Rooms and offer full Club facilities with 1 king-size sleeping max 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.
9 restaurants and cafes: Panini (Italian cafe and deli), Awtar (Lebanese cuisine; open for dinner), Manhattan Grill (New York-style steakhouse; open for lunch and dinner), Andiamo! (Italian cuisine; open for lunch and dinner), The Market Café (International cuisines; open for breakfast, lunch and dinner), Peppercrab (Singaporean-seafood inspired restaurant; open for dinner), Wox (South East Asian noodle house; open for lunch and dinner), Sushi restaurant (open for lunch and dinner), iZ (Indian tandoor cuisine; open for lunch and dinner). 5 bars: The Living Room lounge bar playing chill-out music (drinks and light bites), Vinoteca (Italian wine bar), Al Nakheel lobby lounge, Cooz jazz bar, poolside restaurant. 24-hour room service*. 3 temperature-controlled swimming pools, including a large free form pool, children’s pool and a toddlers’ pool. Award-winning spa* with 10 en-suite treatment rooms. Indoor lap pool, 4 floodlit tennis courts*, 450-metre jogging track, 24-hour gym*, whirlpool, steam room and sauna. Kids’ club* with educational and sports activities, PlayStation® games and films (open 7 days a week from 9.00am-10.00pm for children aged between 4-12 years). Toni & Guy hair salon, florist and shopping gallery. Laundry service*, babysitting*.
Half Board options: Inclusive of lunch or dinner (food only) in Market Cafe, Andiamo, Wox, Panini and IZ. Advance booking may be required in the restaurants and subject to availability. During Ramadan only the Market Cafe and Wox are open for lunch.
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We were very impressed with this hotel. Very beautiful and welcoming lobby. Service was fantastic. Our room was huge and very nicely decorated. Bathroom was great. Bowl of fruit a nice touch. View... Read more was stunning. We used the swimming pool. It was well staffed and quick service if you want a drink. We had dinner at the market cafe. We can't fault it, it was delicious. There was a car service at the hotel which we used to rent a car. It was very professionally run. When we go back to Dubai we will definitely stay here again. Read less
I attended an Iftar last weekend and on first impressions the ballroom looked amazing and the waiters were very friendly. Once we started eating it was clear that although the food had been sitting... Read more in the bain marie's for some time, they were not keeping the food hot and therefore the food was very disappointing as I expected a lot as a hotelier. The pasta was stiff and stuck together and very cold. The other dishes were also luke warm or cold. Desserts were great and salads were mediocre. My biggest surprise was when I witnessed a chef (colleague in the red hats) walk around the buffet to see what he fancied. He picked a plate and then proceeded to fill it with several items (clearly for his dinner) and then go into the kitchen. He forgot the sauce and came back, selected a bowl and filled it and took this to the kitchen. Bearing in mind that this was a private function and not a pubic restaurant, he had no right to eat our food; surely there is a staff restaurant where food is served. I discussed this with my table as it was happening and it was definitely not a tasting or quality control session, but someone getting his dinner. This should not be allowed at all. Read less
When we arrived at the grand hyatt hotel after spending a nice day in the city of Dubai, we were up for some after dinner shisha. We were told that the only place to have this, would be the ramadan... Read more tent. The two of us were trying to find our way through the hotel, looking for the ramadan tent; obviously not considered as serious guests, since we were two rather young, non-local guys. Not properly escorted, trying to find our way, we finally arrived at this tent 15 minutes later. When we entered the tent, a rather impolite, not to say angry hostess did not even take the effort to normally great us, but to ask for our ID's immediately, since she thought that we were not above 21. However, we showed our ID's and got in but again, obviously not taken seriously. The impolite -without having the capability of offering five star service- hostess seriously said the following: 'Are you really 21? Because you look very young to me' at which I responded: you just saw our ID's. Here response was shocking: 'Yes, but you look very young to me, like 18 or so'. I was pissed off by this girl, who on earth does she think she is, and to get to insult a paying guest like this. (I sincerely hope she reads this, for her own professional development). We ordered some water, two turkish coffee, and our shisha. The ambience of the tent was ok, but there was seriously way to much staff, not even friendly faced. The shisha was very nice, charcoals were replaced every 5 minutes, turkish coffee was also nice. But the bill, 205 dirhams, for two turkish coffee, one small bottle of water and one shisha. Are you kidding me? If there was a proper escort to the tent, fabulous (not to say 5-star) service, and friendly waiters/hostesses, this would not have been as shocking as it was to me. I know the drill about providing good service, since I have been in F&B and hospitality for some years now, and this was WAY below 5 star. Dear Grand Hyatt, if you cannot provide decent service, and take not take real paying guests seriously (probably because we aren't locals, who just want to experience the ramadan culture) please do not attempt to do so. Read less
This is an absolutely beautiful hotel, very family friendly and conveniently located close to great places such as the famous Dubai mall, the city center etc. The staff were exceptionally helpful... Read more and polite at times throughout our stay. Our special regards and thanks to Ryan who sincerely went beyond the usual call duty to ensure that we were always comfortable at all times. We highly recommend this hotel for first time visitors to this great city. Read less