Just completed my first stay at the Grand Hyatt Macau. What a great property located in the City of Dreams complex. The lobby is grand and modern with a very cool water feature in the middle and eye catching chandeliers. There are two towers and I was in the club tower... very convenient when going down to the Grand Club for breakfast or early evening snacks/dinner... more on that later. The City of Dreams is a new complex on the Cotai strip which is convenient to the Macau airport and Taipa ferry terminal. The Hard Rock hotel and Crown Towers are also connected to the same shopping mall and casino so it makes it a nice high end complex for different styles. The complex is great and casino, while not the biggest by any means, offers a diverse set of entertainment options. One of my favorite things is the fresh scent that is present throughout the complex. Another big plus about this complex is the extensive free shuttle network that they provide to other parts of Macau. The room is as expected in being clean and modern. Definitely had a good night's sleep with the sheets. Didn't have a great view from my room but that's not something I care too much about in Macau. The food at the Grand Club was terrific. While not the biggest spread in terms of variety, there was plenty to try. I particularly liked the freshly made fried rice during breakfast and the Macanese pork sandwich in the evening. I would also be remiss if I didn't mention the freshly squeezed orange, grapefruit and watermelon juices. One note is that as a casino property, you won't be extended the usual late checkout that you might be used to as a Hyatt Diamond. For entertainment, Grand Hyatt guests can get free tickets to the Dragon Treasure located in the Bubble in the shopping area (called the Boulevard). While not expensive, 30 MOP, it's nice to get it for free and was actually a nice little 15 min visual show... although I can't really tell you what it was about. Another show which I thoroughly enjoyed was the House of Dancing Waters. It was created by Franco Dragone who did La Reve at the Wynn in Vegas which I thoroughly enjoyed as well. First thing to note, you can save 10% on tickets if you sign up for a City Club card at the casino. Another note is that while there is no bad seat, like La Reve, there are better seats which are not in the first 2 rows (to avoid getting wet) and the middle of the theater has a better perspective than the sides of the almost round theater. All in all, a great hotel, complex, amenities and entertainment making it a great trip.