Jeju Island, South Korea's popular sub tropical island to the south of the peninsula, is set to welcome a new Grand Hyatt this autumn. Boasting over 1600 bedrooms, this will be Hyatt's largest Grand Hyatt in Asia Pacific.
Located in the tallest tower on Jeju, The Jeju Dream Tower, co developed by Lotte Tour, the iconic twin-tower landmark is primed to be Asia’s leading integrated lifestyle destination. The Grand Hyatt Jeju is centrally located in the heart of Jeju city, just minutes (3KM) from Jeju International Airport.
All 1600 rooms are suites, and afford panoramic views of Jeju. There are 14 F&B outlets and 10 Residence style, flexible, meeting spaces for both formal and relaxed meetings, social events or exclusive live kitchen dining. The largest combined banquet/meetings space holds 360 pax theatre, and 180 for a gala dinner.
The Grand Pool Deck takes rooftop cocktails to a new level, a 'must be seen to be there' space with multiple pools, private cabanas, bars and BBQ Grill restaurant. 8 spa treatment rooms ensure incentive participants are spoiled, and weary conference goers are recharged.
Jeju is a popular destination (less than an hours flight from Seoul), and is referred to as the Hawaii of Korea. The entire Island is amongst the New 7 Wonders of Nature. An extinct volcanic island, one of its iconic landmarks is Sunrise Peak (pictured below) known locally as Seongsan Ilchulbong, from where you can watch Korea's very own mermaids, the Haenyeo, free dive for fresh seafood. With abundant citrus orchards and a tea plantation, Jeju has an array of local cuisine, and a wide range of activities to ensure plenty of post conference R&R, or relaxation on a two centre Incentive.
Jeju is also a leading international conventions destination, with the well equipped ICC Jeju, for major events, to the south of the island. Sustainability is a big ethos and there are many environmental and energy projects to take Jeju fossil fuel free within the decade.
Hear more about Grand Hyatt Jeju, and all 6 Hyatt properties in Korea, their cleaning protocols and more in the recent 'Korea Hotels Welcoming Events' webinar, including a case study on how they held their first socially distanced gala dinner for 450 pax at Grand Hyatt Seoul.
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