For the couple that spent their courtship days visiting museums and art galleries, Level 1 is the ideal space for a cosy reception. Modelled after a contemporary art gallery with a high ceiling and by Hong Kong artist Alan Chan lining the walls, the lounge also features a functioning loft kitchen where chefs will entertain guests before they make their way into the ballroom. The space accommodates up to 260 guests, and is attached to a private bridal changing room where the bride and groom can have a much deserved breather amidst the whirlwind of events.
This mansion-inspired space has four salons, a drawing room, loft kitchen and an impressive show kitchen located within the ballroom. Make a theatrical entrance from opposite ends of the room before meeting in the middle to walk towards the stage as a symbol of union. On top of that, chefs will dazzle guests with their artistic showmanship when the kitchen comes alive. The Grand Salon can be divided into two sections, with the capacity to hold 320 people for dinner and 480 people for more casual wedding receptions.
If you’re planning to throw an intimate party, the Grand Residence is a modest venue that holds up to 260 guests. It looks stunning both in the day, with ceiling windows that allow natural light to stream in, and at night, with its colour-changing lattice walls – the warm glow provides the perfect romantic backdrop to any wedding celebration.
Check into the Grand Ballroom for an extravagant affair for up to 360 guests. The hotel’s largest ballroom is also the only one that has a digital canvas that stretches the entire length of both sides of the room. You’ll be able to project customised photos and videos onto the wall, even layering different clips per section, transforming the entire look and feel of the ballroom to suit your wedding theme.
More perks on the big day
Your wedding wishes will be granted
The fairy tale doesn’t end there. The hotel grants you ‘wedding wishes’ based on the number of tables you’ve confirmed. These include free flow of beer throughout your reception, an extra night’s stay in a Grand Deluxe Room, a 150-minute couple spa treatment at the hotel’s spa and two types of welcome canapés.
Customised just for you
With a dedicated wedding specialist and full events team on hand, your every whim will be catered to: from floral arrangements and linens that’ll set the scene for your reception, right up to wedding favours to send your guests off in style. Don’t want steamed fish or noodles? You’ll find Western, Indian, Malay and – yes – Chinese banquet and buffet menus here. The hotel is also one of the few five-star properties in town with a Halal-certified banquet kitchen. Other exclusive extras include a tiered cake, complimentary use of digital canvases for videos and a two-night stay in a Grand Suite, with Grand Club Lounge access and welcome amenities.
Free honeymoon stays
Don’t just pack up at the end of the big day – pack your luggage. Because Grand Hyatt Singapore is offering free hotel stays worldwide for newlyweds. On the list are upscale properties like Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa, Andaz Maui and Grand Hyatt Bali. All you have to do is hold your wedding at Grand Hyatt Singapore by December 31, 2017, and you’ll earn World of Hyatt bonus points that you can redeem for free nights – with no blackout dates – at Hyatt hotels or resorts worldwide.
What to expect
Still not convinced? Check out this video for a sneak preview of what your wedding at Grand Hyatt Singapore could be like.
10 Scotts Rd (6738 1234, singapore.grand.hyatt.com).
For bookings or enquiries, contact Grand Hyatt Singapore’s wedding specialists at 6416 7373 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 2018 Wedding Packages available upon request.