The Grand Hyatt is no longer the world's tallest hotel, having been eclipsed by its sister property the Park Hyatt in the neighboring Shanghai World Financial Center, but it's still highly attractive to many travelers. Running from the 54th to the 88th floors of the Jin Mao Tower, the ultraluxurious Grand Hyatt is more of a novelty hotel than a practical one. True, the views of the Bund and Pudong are astonishing, when you are not fogged in, that is; the guest rooms, which combine Art Deco and traditional Chinese motifs with high-tech designs, are lush and luxurious; and the fine dining options are unparalleled, but the burden of renown has also made the staff a bit stand-offish. The hotel's high-flying address means you should allow extra time to get to your destination. Those prone to vertigo would do well to choose another pied-a-terre.
Facilities: 6 restaurants; food pavilion; 2 lounges; nightclub; indoor "skypool"; health club w/Jacuzzi and sauna; concierge; tour desk; 24-hr. business center; salon; 24-hr. room service; same-day dry cleaning/laundry; executive-level rooms
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- Highly Recommended 2010