Hirsch Bedner Associates designs public areas, rooms of Grand Hyatt Shenyang

Hyatt Hotels Corporation opened the Grand Hyatt Shenyang, the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Northeast China, located in the capital of Liaoning Province. The hotel's style will mirror the city of Shenyang, the largest city in Northeast China, melding ancient culture with modernity.

Occupying a newly built 29-story tower, Grand Hyatt Shenyang is located on the Qingnian Avenue, the main downtown commercial thoroughfare of Shenyang. The hotel provides direct access to the MixC luxury retail mall and is situated near corporate headquarters and residential buildings. The hotel also has access to the Shenyang Taoxian International Airport and other transportation junctions.

Grand Hyatt Shenyang's public areas and guestrooms were designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA). The hotel design blends elements and motifs from ancient Shenyang with the spirit of a 21st century city. The Sky Lobby on the 25th floor has art installations inspired by the decorations of Shenyang's palaces where guests can enjoy a 360-degree panorama view of the city.

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Grand Hyatt Shenyang offers 353 guestrooms, which start at 452 square feet. Situated between floors six and 23, all rooms have city views and natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows. Each room is styled with polished hardwood floors and modern furnishings.

The multimedia amenities in each room include complimentary wireless Internet and a 46-inch LED TV equipped with cable. The marble bathrooms have a full-size bathtub, as well as a rainforest shower completed with the June Jacobs spa amenities collection.

The hotel also has 34 suites, ranging from 904 to 2,713 square feet that offer Oriental objets d'art and upper-floor city views. Grand Club accommodations are located on the 23rd floor, where guests can enjoy premium amenities and personalized services, including a continental buffet breakfast, evening cocktails, express check-in and checkout, and the use of the Grand Club meeting room.

Grand Hyatt Shenyang provides signature gourmet experiences at the hotel's eight destination restaurants and bars. Located on the top five floors of the hotel, guests can enjoy city views while dining. The interiors of the restaurants and bars are designed by AVORKO.  The Lounge on level 25 is a venue for business meetings and social gatherings. Additionally, Café Kitchen is an all-day restaurant. Three Chinese restaurants are available: Cuan on level 27 is a casual hotpot restaurant, Xin Feng Tian specializes in regional Chinese favorites, and Jun Hui 28 is a private fine-dining restaurant on level 28. Ten exclusive residential-style suites can host up to 24 diners with views of Shenyang.  Il Forno, on the highest level of the hotel, is an Italian steakhouse. Meanwhile, FA'R is a lounge on level 29.

Grand Hyatt Shenyang has more than 36,920 square feet of meeting and event space spanning the dedicated third and fourth floors. The centerpiece venue is the 11,000-square-foot Grand Ballroom that includes an almost 90-square-foot high ceiling and windows that attract natural light.

The 10 multi-purpose meeting and function spaces range in size from 409 to 11,000 square feet, equipped with technology, wireless Internet, plus a professional team of event experts. The Residence is a 409 to 2,691-square-foot residential-style event venue with a living room, loft kitchen and two coffee bars. It can host up to 300 guests and is a perfect location for cocktail receptions, private parties and wedding banquets.

Other amenities include the wellness center found on level five, including Qing Spa that has six private treatment suites, a fitness center and a temperature-controlled indoor swimming pool with views of the city skyline.

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