Travel Bug: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Kicks off the Holidays
Travel Bug: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Kicks off the Holidays

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong has kicked off the exciting Christmas holiday at the hotel lobby last night with a grand carol and ballet performance.

Christmas caroling has always been a tradition that expressed joy and merry. This year, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong spread the holiday spirit by inviting colleagues from different departments to create its own carol team for guests to enjoy.

The evening started with 33 ballerinas from Jane M Wong School of Ballet performing the famous festive show “Nutcracker” at the exuberance hotel lobby with an amazing 34.7 ft Christmas tree. Hotel colleagues together with Avis Ellis, the singer of Champagne Bar, then performed three Christmas carols, including “O Holy Night”, “Jingle Bells” and “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” to all the guests at the lobby staircase.

While guests were singing along with the carols, Grand Hyatt team were at the same time passing Champagne and festive canapés around to complement the show and made this #GoGrand celebration truly memorable.

About Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Situated on prime waterfront on Hong Kong Island, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong commands stunning views of Victoria Harbour and the Tsim Sha Tsui skyline. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is conveniently located in Wan Chai, a ten-minute walk from the MTR Station and a five-minute drive from the Star Ferry for Tsim Sha Tsui. The hotel is home to 545 newly renovated rooms and suites, nine world-class restaurants and bars offering superlative and unique dining options. An extensive range of leisure facilities is available, including Plateau Spa, which provides residential rooms and suites, and results-oriented treatments performed by skilled therapists; a 50-metre outdoor heated pool; a 24-hour fitness studio; a 400-metre jogging path; tennis courts; and a large children’s playground.   

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