Grand Hyatt Taipei to Relaunch in April

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The redesigned Grand Hyatt Taipei is set to relaunch on April 23, and will offer a renovated lobby, guestrooms, suites, two new restaurants, and a lounge.

The 853 room property has been completely redesigned, and will include marble baths, goose down duvets, deep-soaking tubs, and a grand deluxe and executive suite. The presidential suite will offer more than 221 square meters of space, with views of the iconic Taipei 101 Tower.

The hotel also has two new restaurants. Yun Jin, which debuted in February, serves up authentic Chinese cuisine, while The Steakhouse will offer a Western menu. 


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The Club Lounge provides breakfast, window-side alcoves, and both Eastern and Western comfort food. 

Beyond the lobby, the hotel has replaced its previous souvenir shop with a bakery and gift shop, designed to encourage more social interaction as guests move past the entrance. 


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