Grand Hyatt Singapore reopening August 2024

The Grand Hyatt Singapore will begin its multi-stage reopening from August 2024 with the Terrace Wing set to debut first, followed by the Grand Wing in 2025.

The Grand Hyatt Singapore closed in September 2022 to undergo a comprehensive  renovation, originally announced in 2021 as part of the hotel’s 50th anniversary celebrations. 

At the time, the hotel projected a reopening in Q1 2023. Now, I may not know much about renovations, but I do know that given the top-to-toe scope of work, the timeline was ludicrously ambitious. Sure enough, it was constantly pushed; first to Q2 2023, then end 2023, then Q2 2024, and so on.

Well, the Grand Hyatt Singapore is now taking reservations from 1 August 2024, in what will be the first stage of reopening. Guests will initially be accommodated in the Terrace Wing, with the Grand Wing following later in 2025.

I have fond memories of the Grand Hyatt, having held my wedding dinner there back in 2019. But even though the banquet halls were renovated and modern, the rest of the property was in dire need of some TLC.

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 So I’m really excited to see what Hyatt has done here, though we’ll need to wait till 2025 for the finished product.

Grand Hyatt reopening August 2024

Grand Hyatt Singapore | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore

The Grand Hyatt Singapore has started taking reservations for stays from 1 August 2024 onwards.

Following a multi-year transformation, Grand Hyatt Singapore will gradually unveil its transformed spaces and guestrooms in Terrace Wing from Q3 2024, with guestrooms in the Grand Wing slated to open in 2025.

Our hotel accommodation booking system is now operational, and ready to accept reservations for stays starting 1 August 2024

-Grand Hyatt Singapore

 At the moment, there are four types of rooms and two suites available for booking.

Type Size Price
(1 Aug 2024)
1 King Bed 42 sqm S$428++ or 20,000 pts
2 Twin Beds 42 sqm S$428++ or 20,000 pts
1 King Bed with Club Access 42 sqm S$513++
1 King Bed Premium with Garden Access 60 sqm S$684++
Terrace Suite 82 sqm S$855++
Presidential Suite 252 sqm S$9,833++
  ⚠️ Story update: World of Hyatt has bumped this up to a Category 6 property- at least on its website (21,000 to 29,000 points per night for a Standard room). However, the hotel website still prices this as Category 5, so you might want to book now to lock in the current prices. 

Only the standard room is being made available for points bookings right now, and as a Category 5 property, rooms range from 20,000 to 23,000 points on most dates. It’s also possible to find off-peak award nights from 17,000 points, but the earliest I see any such availability is — wait for it — May 2025.

1 King Bed | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore

Also note that although rooms with club access are being sold, the club lounge is not expected to open until 2025 along with the Grand Wing. In the interim, club lounge guests will be accommodated at 10 Scotts. When club rooms are opened for redemption, expect to pay 24,000 to 30,000 points per night. 

Grand Hyatt Singapore club lounge | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore

Standard suites will range from 29,000 to 35,000 points per night. Veterans of this hotel may remember the Deluxe Room category, which measured 52 sqm and in reality was more like a junior suite. It’s unclear to me whether this will become the new standard suite following the renovation, but hopefully not. I’m sure most Globalists are hoping that the 83 sqm Grand Suites remain the standard suite upgrade. 

What can we expect from the renovation?

Renovated lobby | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore

The renovated Grand Hyatt Singapore will have 699 rooms, compared to 677 pre-renovation. All rooms will come with 65-inch Smart TVs, blackout curtains, Illy coffee machines, rain shower bathrooms and Balmain bath amenities as standard. 

Unfortunately, all we have to go on now are renders, as the hotel has yet to release any real-life photos, but they look impressive so far. 

King Bed Deluxe Room | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore
Grand Suite | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore
Grand Suite | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore
Grand Suite | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore

Elsewhere, expect a five-story cascading garden and waterfall feature, as well as an outdoor fitness area that extends the renovated spa and fitness centre. 

Waterfall | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore
Spa | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore
Spa | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore
Spa | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore
Swimming pool | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore
Swimming pool | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore

In terms of dining, Mezza9 is no more, replaced by Le Pristine Singapore, a collaboration with Dutch chef Sergio Herman. 

The jewel in the crown within the transformed Grand Hyatt Singapore, Le Pristine Singapore will mark Michelin-starred Sergio Herman’s debut in Southeast Asia. A contemporary tribute to classic European cuisine, the casual fine-dining restaurant’s flair, class, and purity are infused with a touch of Chef Sergio’s Zeeland Terroir. Look forward to an immersive gastronomic experience alongside magnificent moments. Opening in Summer 2024. Follow us on Instagram for the latest updates.

Martini Bar | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore
BRIX, where all intercourse is of the social kind, naturally | Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore

Otherwise, it’s the same roster as before, though all sporting new looks. Pete’s Place will be returning (hopefully with the pre-closure decline in standards finally arrested), as will other stalwarts like Oasis, Straits Kitchen, 10 Scotts, Martini Bar and *wink wink* BRIX.


The Grand Hyatt Singapore is taking reservations from 1 August 2024 onwards, as it begins its multi-stage reopening. We’ll need to wait till 2025 to see the final product though, as only the Terrace Wing will be opening initially, followed by the Grand Wing next year.

I’m in two minds about this. On the one hand, I’d love to be among the first to stay at the renovated hotel, but on the other, I hate the idea that I’ll be paying regular prices (in points at least) without the full experience. I’m leaning towards waiting till 2025, but if you plan on taking an early plunge, do report back!

Aaron Wong
Aaron Wong
Aaron founded The Milelion to help people travel better for less and impress chiobu. He was 50% successful.

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Any word on when Brix?


Work desk. ?


the website says category 6 now