Top News Refurbishment of Grand Hyatt Singapore to include waterfall feature, wellness spaces By TTG Asia / Posted on 29 October, 2021 13:17 Grand Hyatt Singapore is embarking on a phased renovation project that will take approximately two years to complete, with infrastructural and design upgrades. Remodelling of the hotel’s guestrooms, select restaurants, Damai Spa & Fitness Centre and wellness areas are included as part of the project. Grand Hyatt Singapore declined to reveal the costs of the project. Rendering of The Terrace Wing waterfall feature Commencing this month, Phase 1 of the hotel’s upgrading project will kick off at The Terrace Wing – a complete separate wing from the main hotel – as well as the facilities and outlets that it houses such as Damai Spa & Fitness Centre and the swimming pool. The Terrace Wing will be relaunched as The Wellness Wing in 1Q2023, with brand new spaces designed by NAO Taniyama Associates and Strickland, in addition to urban landscaping designed by Grant Associates. With its renovation project, Grand Hyatt Singapore will create physical spaces and experiences with wellness at the core. These include a five-storey cascading garden and waterfall feature, lounging daybeds in the guestrooms, plus additional outdoor options such as event venues, and an outdoor fitness area extension to the new Damai Spa & Fitness Centre.