Giving Back to Mother Earth This Christmas

Grand Hyatt Macau Once Again Decks Its Halls With A Series Of Eco-Friendly Trees For The Holiday Season

For the second consecutive year, Grand Hyatt Macau has turned the most iconic symbol of Christmas into a call for action to save the planet. The eco-friendly Christmas campaign is part of the ongoing efforts by the hotel to help make the holiday season more sustainable. By reusing everyday items to fashion their Christmas trees, and therefore reducing the amount of material that ends up in landfill, the hotel hopes to encourage and inspire guests and visitors alike to do the same.


Creating innovation through teamwork

Florist Master Steven Lu has once again conceptualized and designed the innovative Christmas trees. This year Steven worked closely with Johnson Leung and Patrick Lei, from the hotel’s Information System department, to help him with the development of the feature tree which sits in the center of the lobby and is constructed from around 103 recycled computer monitors. The computer monitors, which give the tree a unique and original design, will broadcast Christmas graphics designed by Graphic Design Manager Amy Cheang and add a charming and festive touch to the already amazing tree.

In addition to the centerpiece tree, there are also trees made of outdated guest room magazines, a tree made of butterfly decorations from a previous event, and a few favorites from last year which include one made of kitchen utensils, one made from old party props, another from old wine bottles and the stunning trees that line the driveway of the hotel which were made from glass vases.

All of the "trees" are made from 100 percent recycled material, but this year, in the true festive spirit of giving, the whole Grand Hyatt Macau team has contributed to the campaign by collecting items to build two additional trees - a tree made of shoes and a tree made of handbags. In total, the trees are made from:


1.      103 recycled computer monitors

2.      160 pairs of shoes

3.      100 handbags

4.      13,800 guest room glass vases

5.      280 old party hats

6.      550 outdated magazines

7.      2,590 butterfly decorations from previous themed event

8.      595 kitchen utensils

9.      2,880 empty bottles collected from previous events


“Christmas is, as the saying goes, a time of giving, and at Grand Hyatt Macau we love to give back to Mother Nature," says Paul Kwok, General Manager of the hotel. "Following on from the success of the Enchanting Eco-friendly Christmas campaign last year, we decided to take it one step further and ask all of our associates to participate, making it a real team effort. The trees look spectacular, but it is the message that we hope they give people that is more important.”

It is initiatives such as the Enchanting Eco-friendly Christmas campaign that have seen Grand Hyatt Macau receive awards and accolades such as the Gold Prize at the Macao Green Hotel Award 2015. This award has been followed up by a string of green initiatives including the replacement of 52,500 light bulbs and 8,900 light tubes with low-wattage LED lights in all guest rooms, restaurants, function rooms, public areas and plant rooms, resulting in energy-consumption savings of up to MOP 5,000,000.


We’re going Grand for the holidays!

Guests are invited to discover the wonder of the holiday season at Grand Hyatt Macau with a variety of spectacular seasonal offerings including creative culinary menus, breathtaking decorations and a convivial Christmas atmosphere. Come and find out why a Christmas at Grand Hyatt Macau is a Christmas like no other. #LivingGrand


“Dolce” Christmas at Lobby Lounge

The epitome of elegance for afternoon socializing, the Lobby Lounge at Grand Hyatt Macau offers a refined afternoon tea set with a selection of Christmas-themed goodies. Be sure to visit the lobby boutique to see the wonderful range of Italian gastronomic gifts on offer which includes both soft and crunchy nougat, Milano panettone packaged in plush plaid bags, and beautiful ceramic kettles adorned with holiday motifs.


“Dining from the kitchen” at mezza9 Macau

Fusing quality and freshness with highly-skilled chefs, mezza9 Macau elevates the concept of the buffet to a new level by preparing everything to order, meaning dishes can be tailored to your specific needs and desires. In addition to its wide range of dishes and ingredients, mezza9 Macau is also offering a range of specialty items including pan-fried foie gras, Fo Tiao Qiang, whole tuna fish and selection of premium meats for the festive season and is not to be missed.

24/12   Christmas Eve Dinner Buffet


25/12   Christmas Day           


31/12   New Year Eve           

MOP1,199* (Free admission to the Countdown Party)


“Come Back La” at Beijing Kitchen

Chef Jason Sun has prepared a range of authentic and regional specialities from Chengdu, Chongqing and Wuhan which combine hot and spicy flavors which will delight and challenge the palates of lovers of spicy cuisine. Dishes include poached beef tripe, shrimp skewers and deep-fried bullfrog with six choices of chili sauce available. Whether you love mild, medium or outrageously spicy food, you will find something at Beijing Kitchen.


Grand Countdown

Welcome 2017 in the most decadent way possible with the grandest New Year’s Eve party of them all. The Grand Hyatt Macau New Year Countdown Party offers guests an evening of decadence and delight with music, dancing, entertainment and free-flow Champagne in a stunning setting. Discover the thrill of #LivingGrand.



31 December, 2016


11:00 pm till late


Hotel Lobby


MOP 350 per person (inclusive of a glass of Champagne)

Free admission for in-house guests and restaurant patrons, including a glass of Champagne


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