Grand Hyatt Singapore

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Grand Hyatt Singapore’s business was doing poorly, until its operators sought advice from a powerful monk who harnessed Flying Star Feng Shui—a school of thought that calculates energy based on the movement of the stars. Observe the hotel’s weird entrance. Originally, the doors opened straight, parallel to the former reception area, but these were changed to jut out at an angle to let good energy in. Enter the hotel, look for the giant waterfalls hidden inside, and you’ll probably wonder why such a beautiful feature is hidden from immediate view. The falls were actually created based on Feng Shui, for the purpose of aggressively attracting the energy of wealth.

Hotel · Spare No Expense · Designed for Luck · Local Lore · Romance · Special Occasion · Complimentary Parking · Valet Parking (Paid) · Super Luxury · Date Night · Attention to Detail · Photo Spot · Attentive Staff · For Two · Small Groups · Splurge

Open today: 24 hours

10 Scotts Road, Singapore

+65 6738 1234
Indoors, Air conditioning

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