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Grand Hyatt Singapore to upgrade facilities, scheduled for temporary closure

Grand Hyatt Singapore to upgrade its facilities, to go on temporary closure
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Singapore – The Grand Hyatt hotel in Singapore is going on a temporary closure in line with efforts to renovate and upgrade its facilities, the hotel announced on its website. 

Grand Hyatt in the Lion City has already jumpstarted its upgrading efforts in a number of its amenities, and thus, has closed them down ahead of the complete closure on 19 September. These are the swimming pool, Damai Spa & Fitness Centre, Oasis restaurant, Pete’s Place, and mezza9. 

Even ahead of its newly revamped facilities, the hotel aims to ensure it’s able to retain some kind of branding and personality. Preparatory work for the renovation of the Grand Wing has commenced and hoarding has already been installed in some of the public areas, including the lobby. For the hoardings, Grand Hyatt has partnered with local artist duo Ripple Root to create two original artwork concepts to represent the hotel as a “vibrant melting pot of cultures and iconic moments, and as a lush hidden oasis in the city.” 

The hotel’s renovation will be running for four months and is scheduled for reopening in Q1 2023. In the meantime, the hotel will be accepting room reservations until 15 September 2022.

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