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posted by Stephanie in Space
My husband and I over the years have truly grown to love the contemporary yet classic and warm interiors of Hyatt hotels notably their Grand Hyatt and Park Hyatt establishments. We loved the Old World feel of the Park Hyatt in Saigon and immensely enjoyed our stay at the Park Hyatt in the Maldives for our honeymoon. My last trip to Macau, my stay at the Grand Hyatt in the City of Dreams was no different, however I fell in love with one space in particular – the Grand Club.
Shades of slate grey and blue, with gorgeous wood panels, intricate lattice detailing and a poetic nod to the Macanese Portuguese colonial heritage made for a stunning luxurious environment that was more inviting than stuffy. This quiet ante-room in particular was my favourite with that beautiful black, white and blue carpet. A fresh parallel to traditional portuguese ceramic tiles.
I loved the library feel and the plush mushroom grey leather seats. I was also thoroughly obsessed with these stunning ceramic and gold detailed cache-pots which seemed to be everywhere. Sometimes used for tea and as containers. As usual, the food and service always impeccable. I can’t wait for my stay at the Grand Hyatt Tokyo this coming weekend!
Love and Light, Stephanie
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We are two friends who were former magazine editors. Having moved onto other things, we both realized that the creative flow the publishing world used to offer us was missing from our lives. Armed with a common love of travel to the exotic and familiar, a penchant for the bohemian, an obsession with food and a lust for writing, we decided to collaborate our unique and fashionable journeys through life together in one passion project.
We are The Gypsetters.
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