Win 1 Million World of Hyatt Points in the Grand Hyatt Singapore Moments of More Visual Storytelling Competition

Ahead of the phased reopening of the Grand Hyatt Singapore in 2024, the hotel is inspiring the wanderlust of Singapore with a contest that offers a grand prize of one million World of Hyatt points that can be used for free stays, room upgrades, dining and spa experiences at Hyatt hotels in Singapore and around the world.

The newly launched “Moments of More” visual storytelling contest invites all to share their off-the-beaten-path experiences in Singapore. Moments of More challenges the stereotypes that visitors to Singapore may have of the country while inspiring them to explore Singapore’s unique appeal in their own way. The contest encourages participants to recommend their personal discoveries, lesser-known experiences and favourite memories.

Submit your entries by 29 September 2023 at 11.59 pm. The top five entries will be announced on 16 October 2023 for public voting. One grand winner will be announced by 31 October 2023.

Four exceptional submissions will be picked and rewarded with additional prizes comprising four sets of two-night retreats when the Grand Hyatt Singapore reopens next year. This includes a room credit of S$600 for in-hotel experiences.

“Moments of More bears testament to Grand Hyatt Singapore’s legacy as the region’s leading hotel for trailblazing celebrations and experiences in the past five decades. True to the Grand Hyatt brand promise, we eagerly invite friends in Singapore and from around the world to share their Singapore Story and bring travel dreams to life. As we prepare for Grand Hyatt Singapore’s unveiling next year, we look forward to capturing the unexpected facets of Singapore in celebration of the diversity and unique charm of this City in Nature.”

Charis Choi, Regional Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Southeast Asia, Hyatt

The iconic hotel welcomed its first guests in 1979 when it was opened as the Singapore Hyatt Hotel. In 1979, it was renamed Hyatt Regency Singapore, and was also Southeast Asia’s largest Hyatt hotel. In 1998, the hotel was rebranded to Grand Hyatt Singapore after an extensive upgrade of its 677 guestrooms and suites, complemented by the introduction of world-class gourmet concepts.

The reimagined Grand Hyatt Singapore will reopen in phases from Q1 2024 with 669 guestrooms and suites complemented by theatrical gourmet and lifestyle concepts.

Grand Hyatt Singapore also recently appointed two agencies as part of its marketing strategy to elevate the hotel’s luxury positioning. GHC Asia and Accela Communications, both leading PR agencies in the travel and lifestyle sectors, will share the mandate to reposition the newly transformed Grand Hyatt Singapore as A Grand Living Room and Wellness Haven in Orchard Road area. The transformation aims to secure the hotel’s enviable position as Singapore’s long-established favourite for locals and visitors alike to meet, convene and celebrate, hosted by a trusted team through the generations.

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