Grand Hyatt Shenzhen Opens In Southern China
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of Grand Hyatt Shenzhen in the City Crossing complex.
Grand Hyatt Shenzhen is part of a mixed-used commercial development and is located alongside MixC, the city's largest shopping mall, which houses the greatest number of international luxury brand retailers in China, an Olympic-sized skating rink, and Park Lane Manor, a high-end residential property.
Located in Luohu District — Shenzhen's financial and trading center — Grand Hyatt Shenzhen is a five-minute drive from the Hong Kong border and Luohu Station, 10 minutes from the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, 20 minutes from Huanggang Port, and approximately 40 minutes from Shenzhen International Airport.
The hotel is housed in a 38-storey crested building, where the top seven glass-encased floors create an illuminated 'lantern' at night, and has panoramic views of Shenzhen, the CRC Building, the 384-meter-high Diwang Building, one of the tallest buildings in China, and the green mountains of northern Hong Kong.
The hotel's dedicated event space spans 2,769 square meters over three floors and offers a variety of venue options, and can cater for from eight to 1,410 guests. The 1,000 square meter pillar-less Grand Ballroom on the second floor features a l nine-meter high ceiling, and can be divided into three soundproof sections, each with its own sound and lighting control rooms.
Salon du Theatre, or 'show kitchen', is said to be one of the first event spaces of its kind. Measuring 468 square meters, the pillar-less ballroom incorporates an open show kitchen where up to 16 chefs can perform live culinary action in view of guests. Salon du Theatre can cater up to 645 guests, theater-style, or 360 guests for a banquet. With both ballrooms, pre-event cocktails can be taken on private outdoor terraces.
For organizers of more intimate events, The Mansion on the ground floor and first floor is a split-level venue covering 1,000 square meters that has been designed to resemble a stately home. Events can also be held in any of the six private rooms or in the loft kitchen, which all benefit from natural light.
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