Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin is the first international hotel in the New Territories and the latest urban resort in the city. The hotel features 567 rooms and suites, four restaurants and bars, 24-hour room service, a luxurious spa, a range of meeting and event venues, and a variety of outdoor recreational facilities.
Meeting and banquet facilities include the 430-square-metre Regency Ballroom with a 6.2-metre high ceiling for large-scale meetings; three Salons with outdoor terrace; landscape Garden for team-building activities; and nine meeting rooms with calming mountain views. All venues are equipped with advanced audio-visual technology and wireless Internet connectivity.
Situated adjacent to The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Science Park, the hotel is located within three minutes' walk from the University MTR Station, offering direct access to Kowloon, Hong Kong Island, Lo Wu and Lok Ma Chau on the border with China, all via MTR rail. Complimentary shuttle bus service between the hotel and Hong Kong Science Park, Sha Tin and Tsim Sha Tsui is also available, catering to the needs of international travellers and business executives.
The hotel features 434 guestrooms and 133 rooms and suites for extended stays starting from 14 nights, all commanding views of Tolo Harbour or Kau To Shan mountains. A standard guestroom measures 35 square metres, featuring a 42-inch LCD flatscreen TV with international and local channels, telephone with conference capability, separate shower and bathtub, and broadband Internet access. For extended accommodation, a combination of studio-style Deluxe and one- or two- bedroom suites are available from 38 to 158 square metres, offering a range of homestyle facilities for guests to enjoy the comfort of one's own home and experience Hyatt's authentic hospitality at the same time.
The hotel offers outdoor and indoor dining venues: Cafe presents international and local delicacies at buffets and the all-day a-la-carte menu; Sha Tin 18 is famous for homestyle Dongguan specialties and authentic Peking Duck, with five private rooms and an outdoor terrace for private events and group meals; Tin Tin Bar is perfect for drinks party with pomelo cocktails and live music entertainment; Pool Bar can be privatized for poolside gatherings and fun barbecue dinners, while Patisserie offers quick coffee to go and homemade pastries and sandwiches.
Melo Spa offers pomelo-inspired treatments in nine luxurious spa suites, while Melo Moments can seat up to 12 persons for group sessions and spa parties with snacks and drinks. Other recreational facilities include a 25-metre outdoor heated swimming pool with whirlpool and sun deck; tennis court; a fully equipped Fitness Centre with sauna, steam and bicycle rental service; and Camp Hyatt for children aged three to 12.
Business Centre offers a full range of secretarial services, high-speed Internet access, videoconferencing facilities, a computer workroom, laptop and mobile phone rental, translation services, and information about local commerce, industry, banking and finance.
Meeting and events venues include a spacious Regency Ballroom for large-scale meetings, three Salons with outdoor terrace, an event organiser's workroom, landscape Garden for team-building activities and nine meeting rooms with calming mountain views. All venues are equipped with advanced audio-visual technology and wireless Internet connectivity.
Melo Spa won the title of "Best Spa of the year" in 2010 by Time Out Magazine
Melo Signature Massage won the title of "Best Spa Treatment" in the prestigious Kelly England's Guide To Life Awards 2010
Melo Spa was nominated for "Men's Spa of the Year" in the AsiaSpa Awards 2010
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin was voted one of the "Leisure Hotels Top 10" by Hotels China in 2009
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin won the title of "The Best Resort Hotel" in Golf Vacations magazine's Golfers' Choice Awards 2010
Cafe was voted one of the "Best-ever Dining Restaurants" in "Buffet Cuisine" category in the Best-ever Dining Awards 2009 by readers of Weekend Weekly magazine
Sha Tin 18 won the "Best New Restaurant Award" given by TimeOut Magazine in 2009, and is recommended by the Mie