The Anam Spa Introduces Vietnamese Zodiac Spa Journeys

One of Vietnam’s most acclaimed resorts is ushering in 2020 in a state of zen, launching restorative spa packages tailored to guests’ birth years, zodiac signs and zodiac elements.

Inspired by the Vietnamese zodiac elements of wood, fire, earth, metal and water, the Anam’s new spa therapy begins with a consultation with the resort’s ‘elements’ spa specialist, who assesses the guest’s birth year to determine his or her zodiac sign and zodiac element.

The specialist then crafts a customized treatment plan including reinvigorating treatments designed to align mind, body and soul.

“It’s all in the stars and in the elements at our spa, as we begin the year of the rat with a focus on our spa guests’ birth years,” said the resort’s founder Pham Van Hien. “This is how to really turn up the heat on an individual spa journey.”

Examples of bespoke packages, available to book now, include:

Wood-horse combination:

Those born in 1954 and 2014 are of the horse zodiac sign and wood zodiac element. Although horse signs are generally optimistic, these individuals are prone to high levels of stress from work demands.

A wood-horse spa package offers a bamboo massage, using real bamboo to roll and knead bodily tissue, helping to alleviate mind tension and soothe muscle aches and pains. A cleansing coffee scrub, and rosemary-essential oil and aloe vera tea evoke a sense of relaxation.

Earth-tiger combination:

Those born in 1938 and 1998 are of the tiger zodiac sign and earth zodiac element. Lovers of sports and physical activity, tiger signs are mentally and physically strong, meaning it is important that they stay focused and refreshed to continue to perform at their optimum level and avoid feeling overworked.

An earth-tiger spa package reconnects guests with their inner spirit with a full detox and deep cleansing mineral mud wrap. A refreshing lemongrass essential oil and chrysanthemum tea results in guests feeling grounded and ready to hit the ground running, after leaving the treatment room.

Water-snake combination:

Those born in 1953 and 2013 are of the snake zodiac sign and water zodiac element. Snakes tend to thrive in a peaceful environment and thus find it difficult to be productive when faced with a heavy workload or stressful situation.

A snake-water spa package targets symptoms of stress, with a relaxing back massage and nourishing facial treatment helping to relieve tight muscles and eradicate blockages. A lavender essential oil and artichoke tea instills a sense of inner peace and calm.

To complement the spa treatments, the resort offers yoga and meditation sessions with the resort’s resident yogi, Umesh.

The Anam affords three swimming pools, four restaurants, three bars and a 300-metre stretch of private beachfront set on what is often cited as Vietnam’s best beach.

Nightly rates at The Anam start from $180 for a Balcony Garden View Room. For more information or to make a reservation visit, call +(84) 2583 989 499 or email

The Vietnamese Zodiac spa packages are offered from The Anam until June 2020. Treatments range from 110 minutes to 130 minutes and are priced at 3,000,000 VND per person per treatment.


Dusit International continues expansion in Vietnam with the signing of Dusit Tu Hoa Palace, Hanoi

Upscale hotel is slated to open in Q4 2023 on the northern shores of West Lake in the city’s high-end Tay Ho district.

Dusit International, one of Thailand’s leading hotel and property development companies, has signed a long-term agreement with Vietnamese real estate developers General Technology Joint Stock Company to develop and operate Dusit Tu Hoa Palace, Hanoi, in the city’s affluent Tay Ho District, at the northern end of the city’s largest freshwater lake, West Lake.

Comprising 207 well-appointed guest rooms, the upscale property will put guests at the heart of a vibrant lakeside community renowned for its international restaurants, trendy cafes, chic nightlife venues, and fascinating lakeside temples. Noi Bai International Airport is only 30 minutes away by car, while Hanoi’s Old Quarter, the city’s business hub and main tourist destination, can be reached in just 15 minutes.

In line with Dusit’s mission to uniquely deliver Thai-inspired gracious hospitality to the world, the hotel will feature a distinctive blend of Thai and Vietnamese design elements to offer high levels of comfort and convenience for business and leisure travellers alike. Hotel facilities will include an all-day dining restaurant, a rooftop bar, meeting rooms, and a swimming pool. Many of the guest rooms will offer views of the lake and its surrounds.

Guests will also enjoy easy access to local attractions such as Vietnam’s oldest temple, Tran Quoc Pagoda, which was built in the 6th century; and Quan Thanh Temple, which is renowned for its detailed wood carvings.

“We are delighted to partner with General Technology Joint Stock Company to bring our unique brand of Thai inspired, gracious hospitality to Vietnam’s vibrant capital for the first time,” said Mr Lim Boon Kwee, Chief Operating Officer, Dusit International. “As a destination, Hanoi keeps going from strength to strength. Last year the city welcomed more than 6 million foreign visitors in the first 11 months – up 12% year-on-year. The country’s strong GDP growth rate is also driving a rapidly growing segment of high-spending domestic tourists. With this in mind, now is the perfect time to expand our operations in Vietnam’s capital city and strengthen our brand for further growth in Vietnam.”

Mr Le Minh Thanh, Chairman of the Board of Management, General Technology Joint Stock Company, said, “Dusit’s ability to translate its Thai heritage and industry expertise into impressive localized experiences is fully evident at its international properties, including its first hotel in Vietnam, Dusit Princess Moonrise Beach Resort Phu Quoc, which opened in 2018. We now look forward to working with Dusit to offer a distinctive hotel experience in Hanoi that delights guests and customers, and which delivers long-term, sustainable value for all stakeholders.”

Dusit International’s property portfolio now comprises 307 properties operating under six brands across 15 countries. The company has also recently diversified into food business, with strategic investments designed to mitigate risk, expand its customer base, and generate revenue from adjacent lines of commerce.

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River

Designed by award-winning architectural and interior design legend Jean-Michel Gathy, Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is now accepting reservations for arrivals beginning early 2020. Jean-Michel Gathy, the mastermind behind the new spectacular riverfront hotel in the capital of Thailand, reveals his definitive interpretation to the interior and landscape design of the hotel – the dominance of water features blending successive indoor and outdoor spaces and integrating elegant touches of Thai influence throughout the design delivery.

Occupying 200 metres of pristine river frontage, exceptional design immerses focus into the natural riverfront landscape. Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River provides a unique environment for a superlative sensory guest experience within the environs of a luxury urban resort.  The hotel will also introduce modern meeting and function spaces, including a riverfront Grand Ballroom with expansive outdoor terrace; and world-class entertainment offerings along the hotel’s waterfront promenade featuring an array of restaurants and bars.


“The core challenge that drew me to this extraordinary project was the chance to craft the ultimate urban resort experience and at the same time to create an incomparable city hotel that would not only complement but also enhance its unique, expansive riverside location” comments Jean-Michel Gathy, founder and principle designer at the multiple-award winning firm Dennison.


Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River’s 299 guest rooms including suites with garden terraces provide a warm and sophisticated welcome with their contemporary interiors and hand-selected furnishings, which combine with abundant natural light to provide a genuine sense of place along Bangkok’s riverfront.


The two-story Presidential Suite is the most lavish suite with three light-filled bedrooms, uninterrupted river views and ceilings that soar to twice the regular height. A rooftop terrace overlooks panoramic river views, a stunning backdrop for hosting events or simply relaxing in the private pool.

Encapsulating the essence of riverside experience

The Chao Phraya River embodies the spirit of Bangkok’s life on its banks and waters reflecting the colorful and dynamic nature of the intriguing city. Inspired by the majestic river, Jean-Michel Gathy infuses the energy, flow and movement into the design of the hotel to reflect the natural splendor of the location. Expressing the inherent fluidity of the water demanded far more than interior design touches in the lush and abundant outdoor landscapes.


Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River’s cascading design and open spaces afford an array of views. Its riverside setting seamlessly unifies the natural beauty of Thailand with both the historic and modern aspects of the city of Bangkok for an urban resort vibe. High ceilings and glass walls provide breathing space, while pools and flowing water echo the constant movement of the Chao Phraya River.


Staying in tune with the urban resort concept, the peaceful hotel ambiance invites guests to feel instantly relaxed and at home. The hotel grounds are uniquely arranged around a series of cascading green courtyards, each one with its own distinctive but interconnected and related mood and points of interest. A combination of structural elements, trees, fountains, reflective ponds and materials are used to achieve subtle distinctions between them. A distinctive example can be seen at The Lounge where reeds are introduced into the design to create a soothing natural statement.

A seamless transition

Paying homage to the site’s culturally rich and vibrant Chao Phraya River, Jean-Michel Gathy seamlessly blends indoor and outdoor spaces, converging landscape together with interior design. Working closely with the architects and making the absolute best of the hotel’s generous proportions, Jean-Michel Gathy has enriched the stunning variety of volumes in the architectural design, while infusing a rare sense of seamless transitions between each of the hotel’s distinctive spaces.


Jean-Michel Gathy also adds: “In such a magnificent setting, transitions are paramount. Dramatic ceiling alignments, open arches, and the use of parallel exquisite materials within and outside the buildings all contribute to a defining sense of unity amid variety. The overall effect is supremely engaging yet also restful.”


Classy with a hint of Thai

“Bangkok is a truly engaging and incredible city that inspires me with its energy and rich heritage.” shares Jean-Michel Gathy who has also drawn on the inherent contrasts of locality, bringing a subtle approach to Thai influences which he describes as “Classy with a hint of Thai”. Jean-Michel Gathy integrates elegant touches of Thai influence into everything from the elevator frames, to fabrics and other intricacies.


Gentle tones and silk are selected and used for the interior to inspire a feeling of refined lightness and as a contemporary expression point and more importantly to inspire a feeling of Thai culture and values. When guests enter the tranquil grounds from Chareoenkrung Road, a nature-inspired welcome awaits before the atmosphere becomes grander in the interconnected courtyards.


A defining art collection by Jean-Michel Gathy

Thailand’s natural beauty and the city’s urbane charms come together in every aspect of the interiors, punctuated by a defining art collection curated by Jean-Michel Gathy himself. Celebrating the country’s legendary craftsmanship and artistry, a dedicated Art Space in the hotel showcases the talents of contemporary Thai artists along with individually commissioned art installations throughout public and private spaces, both indoors and outdoors.


Jean-Michel Gathy has thoughtfully imbued along the way, the luxury DNA of the legendary Four Seasons brand. Quality, sophistication and understated elegance prevail, all essential characteristics that perfectly encapsulate the prestige thoughtfully encapsulated at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River.


The concept of wellness is transforming almost every aspect of travel, with individuals in constant search of the best ways in which not only to unwind but to take time for reflection and discover methods and lifestyle habits to cope with the stress and burnout of everyday life.


With the growing desire to improve one’s wellbeing wherever we are, Aman has curated holistic experiences with physical and mental wellbeing at their heart. From highly personalised Individual Wellness Immersions at Amanzoe in Greece and Amanyara in Turks and Caicos, to insightful and meaningful retreats at Amankora in Bhutan, Amangani in Jackson Hole and Amangiri in Utah, 2020 will see the naturally restorative and mesmerising Aman destinations introduce a calendar of new holistic experiences designed to subdue stress, reduce the risk of illness and re-energise.

Amanyara and Amanzoe Introduce Individual Wellness Immersions



The birthplace of modern medicine, renowned for its philosophers, natural beauty, and healthy cuisine, Greece is soon to become the fifth Aman destination to offer personalised Individual Wellness Immersions. Three life-enhancing, multi-day programmes will launch at Amanzoe on 1 April, 2020, promising guests expert guidance and cossetted time in which to reflect, recalibrate and reset the course of their long-term wellbeing. Following the success of the multi-day Individual Wellness Immersions at Amanpuri in Thailand, Amanbagh in India, Amanoi in Vietnam and Amanemu in Japan, Aman is pleased to bring the concept to the shores of the Peloponnese.


Travelers looking to relax, rejuvenate and restore for the New Year can find ultimate serenity at Amanyara, a Caribbean oasis in the Turks & Caicos and the sixth Aman destination to offer personalized solutions for overall health and well-being. Following the multi-day Individual Wellness Immersions at Amanpuri in Thailand, Amanbagh in India, Amanoi in Vietnam, Amanemu in Japan and Amanzoe in Greece (launching Spring 2020), Aman is pleased debut the concept in the Caribbean in January 2020.

27 Top House in Beijing

CHAO unveils the opening of the 27 Top House – a 1,600 square metre multi-dimensional and multi-possibility venue overlooking Beijing’s skyline. As its name suggests, 27 Top House is located on the 27th floor atop the CHAO building to inspire creativity and host unique experiences, suitable for art exhibitions, fashion shows, immersive performances and corporate events.

Unintentionally left raw with undefined elements on its concrete interior and metal pillars, 27 Top House exudes the primitive nature of the interior design of the modernised geometric building. The1,600 square metre L-shaped space over two floors includes a large event space and smaller private room offering a 360 degree panorama and a different perspective of Beijing.Soaring ceilings of a maximum height of 7 metres promotes open space and elevated angles within the event space, while the 4K high definition arc screen set among the 4 built-in wall screens at 4.6m height can accommodate a range of audio-visual needs.

A destination to connect, discover and share experiences, CHAO features 180-rooms, 40 serviced apartment units, a 15,000 square metre Clubhouse space as well as the CHAO Art Centre. Spanning 2 floors and covering an area of more than 3,000 square metres; CHAO Art Centre contains four art exhibition spaces, an Amphitheater, a private screening room – Cinema Club, and a Printmaking Studio to house the city’s most exciting exhibitions and events.

Rosewood Bangkok

The recent opening of Rosewood Bangkok with interior design undertaken by Celia Chu of Celia Chu Design & Associates (CCDA) introduces a timeless design inspiration which draws upon aspects of Thailand’s rich culture while celebrating the cutting-edge creativity and contemporary design ethos of the dynamic capital city.

Located in the prime business and retail district of Ploenchit, Rosewood Bangkok reflects a remarkable contemporary architectural design. The striking 30-story architectural marvel is inspired by wai, the famous Thai gesture of greeting, as a modern silhouette of Thai spirit. Celia Chu has led this successful design interpretation of Rosewood Bangkok for the interiors with every small detail considered to deliver the most impactful translation of the overall hotel design.

“When designing the concept, we become heavily involved with the culture, and all decisions have to come from the heart. To me, it’s important to first understand what kind of a story you want to tell and how you want the guests to feel.” Celia comments.

Designed to celebrate Rosewood’s hallmark A Sense of Place® philosophy and display the harmonious coexistence of the contemporary and the classical, Celia has defined a strong statement for Rosewood Bangkok’s interior design by integrating sophisticated tones, extraordinary surfaces, a décor of rich materials, soothing neutral colour palettes, wall mouldings and textures. Luxurious materials have been used throughout the design such as marble, metal and leather combing with traditional materials including wood carvings and textiles to establish a multi-layered and visually compelling stage set.

Rosewood Bangkok’s 159 guestrooms, including 34 suites and studios and 3 houses with private pools and terraces, all reflect a contemporary residential look and are designed to infuse a modern interior design sensibility into the indigenous elements. Celia skillfully utilises the colour scheme to incorporate dark and light areas to envision a residential feeling in each distinct area while echoing the overall design of the hotel.

Guest Rooms

All guest rooms are enriched by books, art, accessories and personal touches furthering the relaxing residential feel including the clever use of screens to maximize the use of space. The pervading sense of an urban manor fused with a modern Thai aesthetic is reflected through tropical accents of rich woods and rattan-inspired patterns, weaves and panels, while the colour palette is accentuated by bursts of turquoise blue and emerald green against a calming backdrop of white, cream, brown and luxurious gold tones. The bathroom in each guestroom is elegantly designed with refined ornamentation and pattern piles to resemble a royal ambience of the Grand Palace, celebrating Thai craftsmanship and culture.

Celia has also designed Rosewood Bangkok’s public areas, Sense spa and selected F&B outlets – Lennon’s, Lakorn European Brasserie and G&O, with a distinct sense of intimacy and privacy evident throughout the entire guestjourney.

The Pavilion

Artistry is central to Celia’s design aesthetic where she harmoniously blends old-world charm and new rustic applications. The Pavilion at Rosewood Bangkok is a purpose-built, high-end residential-style venue featuring a stunning bespoke metal and glass chandelier and swirl carpet design which reflects the spins and turns of traditional Thai dance. The luxurious interior offers a state-of-the-art concept for event and function spaces with high levels of privacy and exclusivity to create a backdrop for truly memorable celebrations.

Sense Spa

Drawing from the long heritage of Thailand’s healing culture, Celia’s vision for Sense Spa is to draw reference from the caves found in Thailand’s countryside which perfectly complement the authentic Thai experience. The fibre glass walls shaped and painted by a local artist transforms the space and offers a sanctuary of tranquility amidst bustling Bangkok for a journey of rejuvenation, relaxation and the pursuit of well-being.

Sky Lobby

From the moment guests approach the Sky Lobby on the 7th floor, the serene journey begins with a mesmerizing scene. Taking inspiration from the owner’s family history of collecting art, the wall panels are made of glass overlaid with gold leaf exemplifying this notion as Celia explains, “They are the same shape as the roof tiles of the traditional houses from the old town, which I love, but I wanted to transform them in an architectural way so that people would take more notice of them. It also reflected the Rosewood’s philosophy of a sense of place.”

Lakorn European Brasserie

Combining the traditional with an open uninterrupted space creates a timeless presence in the western dining venue Lakorn European Brasserie. Celia makes use of curved panels to create a sense of intimacy in the seating zone where the space has drawn inspiration from an antique musical box. A closer look at the metallic window mesh reveals Thai traditional dance ornaments reinterpreted as individual brass fingernails which are intricately woven into gleaming curtains, blending cultural elements into every detail.

Celia has proudly led Rosewood Bangkok to win The Commercial Interior Design Association (IIDA) 2019 Best of Asia Pacific Design Awards – Hotels category. The annual Best of Asia Pacific Design Awards seeks to recognise and honour the highest level of creativity and design excellence in interior design as well as interior architecture projects. The accolade acknowledges Celia’s design flair in hospitality and residential work with her trademark ofsophistication and layered richness, combining practical functionality to create a unique visual expression and design sensibility.

Dusit Thani Maldives

Discover the wonder, merriment and magic of the festive season at Dusit Thani Maldives

The resort’s activity-filled Christmas and New Year’s programme returns bigger and better than ever.

usit Thani Maldives resort is promising an extremely merry experience for guests this festive season with a special programme of exquisite feasts, wine tastings, Champagne receptions, pool parties, live music events, and even hand-delivered presents from Santa.
With a seasonal ‘Fairytale Night’ theme, the resort will also immerse guests in a dreamlike world of twinkling lights and enchanting décor to deliver magical experiences throughout.

Highlights of the programme include performances by DJ Goli, who is known throughout the region for his eclectic electronic beats; complimentary Zumba and Samba classes with professional dancer Rebecca Aroca, live performances of classic and modern hits by talented Music Duo Vlad & Anastasia; and special themed dinner nights at the resort’s award-winning restaurants.

On Christmas Day, the resort’s Baan Sanook Kids Club will be a hive of activity, with arts and crafts activities, cookie and cupcake-making workshops, fun sports, dancing sessions, Christmas tree decorating, carol singing, gift-giving from Santa, and more special surprises.

On New Year’s Eve, Dusit Thani Maldives will host ‘Once Upon a Time’ – an elegant night of wining, dining and live entertainment, including a headlining performance by Maria Eroyan and Royal Drive Band, whose lead singer, Maria, is best known for singing her way to the semifinals of famous TV shows such as ‘The Voice’ and ‘Live Sound’ in Russia.

When the clock strikes midnight, the fireworks will begin, signaling the end of the year, the arrival of 2020, and the beginning of an after-party at the resort’s Market Beach, where DJs, live music, glow sticks and a vibrant atmosphere await.

Located just 35 minutes by seaplane from capital city Malé, and 10 minutes by speedboat from Dharavandhoo Domestic Airport in Baa Atoll, Dusit Thani Maldives comprises 94 villas and residences, along with three restaurants, two bars, and Dusit’s signature Devarana Spa. The resort is surrounded by a rich house reef, white sandy beaches and a turquoise lagoon. A well-equipped Kids Club adds to the resort’s family-friendly appeal.


Grand Hyatt Hefei in Anhui Province, China. Located within the fast-developing central business district of Hefei Zhengwu District, the brand new hotel is designed to welcome guests with theatrical skyline views and elevated luxury experiences through small details and magnificent moments.


Grand Hyatt Hefei sits atop a 55-story skyscraper, the China Resources Building, which also houses the MixC high-end shopping mall, offering guests unobstructed 360-degree views of the city. Inspired by a glamorous vision evoked in the ancient Chinese poem Land of Peach Blossom, the hotel creates an exciting atmosphere, evoking the romance of travel by offering a contemporary space in the sky infused with ancient Chinese culture. The hotel is a 15-minute drive from Hefei South High Speed Railway Station, allowing for guests to have easy access to the city’s major attractions and business districts.

Elevated Guestrooms

The hotel features 347 contemporary guestrooms and spacious suites from the 43rd floor to the 55th floor, including 24 suites and a President suite. Within each guestroom, floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the city skyline and the romantic Swan Lake. The rooms incorporate subtle local Hui culture detailing, ranging from the artwork to the lantern-style table lamps. Guests can enjoy all the comforts of home and more, including 4K LED TVs, complimentary high-speed Internet access, and Washlet automatic toilets. Suites and club room guests have exclusive access to the Grand Club Lounge, which provides an elegantly designed space with personal services and culinary highlights throughout the day.

Captivating Dining

The hotel invites guests to discover excellent dining experiences inside Grand Hyatt Hefei with its four restaurants and a lounge. Located on the 41st floor, Chinese restaurant Jun House showcases authentic local delicacies from Anhui. The Peking duck from the traditional wood-fired duck oven is a signature highlight. The restaurant features 11 private dining rooms seating up to 20 guests and offers exclusive butler service. For a more relaxed environment, The Lounge is Hefei’s highest destination for a stylish afternoon tea with city views and all-day refreshments, while Grand Café serves international buffets from an open kitchen framed by sixteen feet (five meters) high windows. Sugar Pavilion is a modern social space offering freshly baked patisserie selections, plus detox juices and refreshing drinks.


Inspiring Spaces for Meetings and Events

With several flexible meeting and event rooms spanning 26,910 square feet (2,500 square meters), meetings, events, and weddings of all sizes are elevated to the extraordinary at Grand Hyatt Hefei. The welcoming meeting space comprises of five multifunctional event rooms with natural daylight, plus residential-style breakout areas. Grand Hyatt Hefei’s talented event planners and catering teams are ready to assist with every bespoke occasion.



Grand Hyatt Hefei is home to a 24-hour fitness center, located on the 38th floor and equipped with high-tech cardio and strength equipment to cater to all guests’ training routines while traveling. Guests can also take a dip in the highest indoor swimming pool in town, which boasts a spectacular city skyline view.


Special Offer

To provide World of Hyatt members even more ways to be rewarded, World of Hyatt is offering members the opportunity to earn 500 Bonus Points for qualifying nights at Grand Hyatt Hefei from Dec. 19, 2019 to Feb. 10, 2020 as part of World of Hyatt’s new hotel member offer. Additional participating hotels and their offer stay periods can be found at No registration is required, and members can earn on top of other offers.



The new hotel brings Hyatt’s premium level of service and accommodation to Hengqin for the first time


With 493 rooms, six dining outlets, and 40,440 square feet (3,757 square meters) of event space, the hotel is designed for business and leisure guests alike seeking a seamless, intuitive experience in the city.


Situated in the heart of the dynamic and fast-growing Greater Bay Area of southern China, Hyatt Regency Hengqin is part of the vibrant Novotown complex, which features an impressive array of attractions including Lionsgate Entertainment World, National Geographic Explorer and more. The hotel is also within easy reach of the Hong Kong – Zhuhai – Macau Bridge, offering convenient access for guests traveling throughout the region.


“We are thrilled to announce the opening of Hyatt Regency Hengqin,” said William Yuen, general manager of Hyatt Regency Hengqin. “As a new, international branded hotel in Hengqin, Zhuhai, we are excited to offer superior comfort and excellent service at a convenient location.”



Hyatt Regency Hengqin has a total of 493 guestrooms, including 55 suites, ranging from 430 to 2,583 square feet (40 to 240 square meters). Subtle design touches include soft warm timber blinds, giving an overall feeling of natural comfort. Regency Club guests enjoy exclusive access to our club lounge offering a range of complimentary amenities including concierge service, private check-in and check-out, delicious bites served daily, and a dedicated meeting room.

Drinking and Dining

Boasting six restaurants and bars, the hotel offers a wide range of global cuisine. Market Café is a self-service, market-style restaurant where diners can watch their food being prepared by expert chefs at live cooking stations. La Cucina is an extension of Market Café, bringing the delicious flavors of Italy to Hengqin, with a variety of popular European dishes. The Lounge provides a relaxed atmosphere to decompress and features a vast selection of specialty teas, coffees, cocktails and snacks.


In early spring of 2020, the hotel will open three additional food & beverage outlets. Xiang Yue Chinese restaurant will specialize in the delicate flavors of Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant will feature an open kitchen, reminiscent of a hawker-style eatery, allowing diners to watch chefs prepare dishes to order. With a series of fish tanks showcased throughout the dining space, the menu highlights fresh seafood and top-quality ingredients. Pool Pavilion will be a relaxing, al fresco dining venue delivering sumptuous barbecue and craft cocktails. The 180° rooftop bar, will be located on the 23rd floor, offering with a 180° outdoor landscape and stunning views. Here, visitors can enjoy the charm of Hengqin under the stars with wine, cigars and music.


Meetings & Events

Whether hosting a wedding, product launch, large-scale conference, or an intimate meeting, event planners will find their every need catered for at Hyatt Regency Hengqin. The hotel boasts a total of 40,440 square feet (3,757 square meters) of event space, including the 17,437 square foot (1,620 square meter) Regency Ballroom, which features an outdoor garden, floor-to-ceiling windows, natural lighting, and can accommodate up to 1,300 guests. The Regency Salon, a premium event venue with 10,258 square feet (953 square meters) of space, offers two open kitchen display areas. Three additional multipurpose rooms provide an ideal space for small groups and meetings.


Wellbeing Amenities

Guests can reenergize in the modern 24-hour fitness center featuring a wide variety of state-of-the-art workout equipment in a bright and airy space. In addition, there is a 1,076 square foot (100 square meter) members’ lounge, as well as an indoor and outdoor swimming pool.


Flo Spa is set to launch in early spring of 2020. There will be six separate treatment rooms, with services design around the use of water. Top of the line spa facilities paired with organic products will allow guests to fully enjoy physical and mental relaxation.


Camp Hyatt, set to open in early spring of 2020

Children are invited to discover Camp Hyatt – an interactive play world of creative discovery zones that will include spaces for learning, creating, socializing and, most importantly, having fun.


Special Offer

To provide World of Hyatt members even more ways to be rewarded, World of Hyatt members can earn 500 Bonus Points for qualifying nights at Hyatt Regency Hengqin, from December 31 to March 31, 2020, as part of World of Hyatt’s new hotel offer for members.


Additional participating hotels and their offer stay periods can be found at No registration is required and members can earn on top of other offers.



The Murray, Hong Kong, a Niccolo Hotel, invites guests to celebrate the holiday season with a range of lavish festive dining offerings and an exclusive getaway package perfect for creating precious yuletide memories at the award-winning property.

Celebrate the holidays in style with “Catch the Season” package. Available for booking until 31 January 2020, guests staying between 2 December 2019 to 29 February 2020 will be entitled to the following benefits:

  • DISCOVERY Loyalty members can enjoy 20% off the Best Available Rate inclusive of daily breakfast for two;
  • Non-DISCOVERY Loyalty members can enjoy 10% off the Best Available Rate inclusive of daily breakfast for two.

Popinjays, the hotel’s iconic rooftop restaurant and bar, is the perfect destination for sophisticated celebrations elevated with sweeping views of the city. This Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, treat your loved ones to a lavish six-course Christmas dinner featuring European classics with a modern touch such as Scallop Carpaccio and Aquitaine Caviar, Foie Gras à la Ficelle, Irish King Langoustine with Perigord Black Truffles and Grand Veneur Wild Venison. Priced at HKD 1,288 for adults and HKD 588 for children, the festive menu affords diners a luxurious finale to the year. Guests looking to inject some holiday spirit into their afternoon can visit Popinjays for the flamboyant Festive Afternoon Tea which will be available from 1 December 2019 to 5 January 2020 and priced at HKD 728 for two persons.

Those who prefer daytime dining can join in the Christmas Day Brunch, where the little ones can look forward to visits from Santa Claus and a joyous live chorus of Christmas carols. Available in two seatings at HKD 988 per adult and HKD 494 per child, the champagne and seafood buffet array include a bountiful Plateau de Fruits De Mer, live carving stations offering roasted turkey and barbecued meats, and a wide range of cold and hot selections guaranteed to elicit smiles from every guest.

Ring in the new year with an evening of opulence at Popinjays’ New Year’s Eve Shake Your Tail Feathers Countdown Party featuring a line-up of live DJ performances by opening DJ Yukiko, celebrity DJ Tom Price and closing DJ Patrice. The party will also unveil an expertly crafted cocktail that will be available at Popinjays in 2020. For an entrance fee of HKD 488, guests can access the Popinjays party and receive a complimentary glass of house pour to ring in the new year. Tickets with bottomless alcoholic beverage packages – free-flow house pours from 9.30 pm to 3 am and champagne from 11.30 pm to 12.30am – are also available; early bird tickets are priced at HKD 1,288 (available until 15 Dec), regular tickets are priced at HKD 1,488 and table packages for 4 persons are available from HKD 7,888.

Impart some festive flair to your holiday dining with The Tai Pan’s modern bistro menu, anchored by seasonal organic and artisanal produce, which will also be extended to the Garden Lounge. Seasonal highlights include Tasmanian Ocean Trout, Maine Lobster Consommé and Grilled Prime Beef Tenderloin. Guests can select from a premium 5-course dinner on Christmas Eve at HKD 1,088 per adult and HKD 544 per child, a deluxe 5-course Christmas Day dinner at HKD 988 per adult and HKD 494 per child and a splendid 6-course Gala Dinner at HKD 1,088 for adults and HKD 544 for children on New Year’s Eve. Besides featuring artisanal premium ingredients like Patagonian 51 Toothfish and Mayura Farms Wagyu Beef, the New Year’s Eve Gala dinner also provides guests with an HKD 1,888 option which grants them access to Popinjays’ countdown party.

Every weekend from 7 to 22 December, merrymakers can get into the holiday spirit with The Murray Brunch at The Tai Pan and Garden Lounge. Priced at HKD 698 per adult and HKD 298 per child, the sumptuous spread of composed salads, smoked seafood, charcuterie, Peking duck and mains made to order. The daytime festivities will culminate in a special Christmas Day brunch with two seatings, priced at HKD 798 per adult and HKD 399 per child and a New Year’s Day brunch at HKD 698 per adult and 349 per child. The family-friendly semi-buffet brunch comes complete with a gingerbread decorating station, ornament making station, live Christmas carols and visits from Santa Claus.

For festive gatherings of a more leisurely nature, Garden Lounge is serving its signature Christmas Afternoon Tea from 1 December 2019 to 5 January 2020. Priced at HKD 688 for 2 guests, the picturesque Afternoon Tea set includes enticing sweet and savoury bites as well as a dessert trolley filled with a tempting selection of Christmas treats that can also be enjoyed on the al fresco and pet-friendly terrace. The pet favorite Paws For Tea will return for a festive edition on 14 and 15 December.  Patrons and their pets can enjoy a festive-themed afternoon tea with customised dog scones and doggy treats for their furry friends at HKD 449 per person.

Perfect for gifting, The Murray Hamper is priced at HKD 2,888 and filled with luxurious treats, including a bottle of Niccolo Signature Prosecco, Cinco Jotas 5J Hand-Carved Ibérico Bellota Pata Negra Ham, Loison Italian festive panettone and many more delectable delights. For hassle-free family gatherings and elegant Christmas parties, guests can order The Murray Free-Range Organic Turkey which comes with a chestnut-sage stuffing, buttermilk-whipped potatoes, roasted winter vegetables, giblet gravy and spiced cranberry sauce. Available at HKD 1,988, the California-raised boutique bird can feed between eight to ten persons.

Personalised Murray Gift Certificates for wellness, dining and accommodation experiences are also available. Gift a natural radiance in time for the holidays or a post-festive skin remedy with personalized treatments at Wellness at The Murray using products from Dr. Barbara Sturm, Grown Alchemist and Kerstin Florian.

For more information on the festive dining offerings, please refer to The Murray’s festive brochure ( ), email or call +852 3141 8810. For hotel room package reservations and enquiries, please email, contact +852 3141 8888 or visit