Strategically situated in an area of global culture exchange in the heart of Haeundae district, the city’s premier shopping and beach destination, Park Hyatt Busan is the luxurious landmark address for sophisticated travelers visiting Busan, the second largest city in Korea.
Conceived by world-renowned Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind and Tokyo-based Super Potato design firm, Park Hyatt Busan forms part of the distinctive high-rise development in a prominent oceanfront location adjacent to Haeundae Beach, offering scenic views of Gwangan Bridge, the boundless ocean, the yacht marina and panoramic city skyline.
Set in the heart of the bustling city, Park Hyatt Busan upholds the brand’s deep-rooted reputation for sophisticated style, outstanding service and accommodations, and superior facilities. Affording breathtaking views across the ocean, the hotel is centrally located in Busan’s premium commercial area – adjacent to the world’s largest department store, Shinsegae Centum City, as well as MICE facilities, including Busan Exhibition and Convention Center (BEXCO).
Nestled in the marine city adjacent to Haeundae Beach, Park Hyatt Busan offers 269 guestrooms, including 69 suites. Inspired by the lively and dynamic energy of Busan and its ocean view, the beautiful hotel is artfully designed in a curved shape which embodies the ocean waves in the city. Upon stepping into a guestroom decked in beige-toned woods, guests are met with breathtaking views through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Spacious bathrooms with bathtubs and separate rain showers further elevate the comfort. An inbuilt 23-inch TV is available in every bathroom, accompanied by a selection of luxury branded amenities by Le Labo, the exclusive skincare brand offered at Park Hyatt hotels around the world.
Park Hyatt Busan offers epicurean experiences across its portfolio of restaurants including Dining Room, Living Room, Living Room Bar, Lounge and Patisserie.
Nestled on the 32nd floor of the hotel, Dining Room is a Steak & Seafood Grill restaurant with an open-kitchen concept, serving premium steak and fresh seafood cooked over the open charcoal grill, as well as classic Korean cuisine reinterpreted in Park Hyatt style. Living Room, an Italian restaurant located on the 31st floor, offers a relaxing, cozy and vibrant environment while serving a selection of traditional Italian comfort foods prepared with high-quality local ingredients. Over at the Living Room Bar, located on the same level, guests can enjoy a breathtaking view of the city, while savoring stylish cocktails, wines, whiskies and cognac. Located on the 30th floor, Lounge offers an extensive selection of snacks and beverages, as well as a luxurious afternoon tea set. Park Hyatt Busan takes special pride in Patisserie, the hotel’s pastry serving homemade cakes, breads, pastries, and chocolates, accompanied with premium coffee and tea.
Retreat to ultimate serenity with views of the ocean and majestic Gwangan Bridge at Lumi Spa & Fitness, featuring a fitness center, indoor swimming pool and spa that occupies a total of three floors. With the ocean and Gwangan Bridge forming the ideal backdrop, the wellness sanctuary offers an unparalleled luxury experience in beauty and body treatments in a soothing indoor setting.
Busan, a popular destination for Koreans and international travelers, is home to many shopping and commercial areas, museums, as well as religious and historical sites, including temples and fortresses. The city’s natural charm and rich history have won them the reputation of a world-class city of tourism and culture, while also emerging as a major international convention destination.
Enrich your travel with these diverse and unique destinations, all within a 15-minute drive from the hotel – Haeundae Beach, the popular and favorite beach in Busan; Gwangalli Beach, where guests can experience a range of leisure water sports; Dongbaek Park, a natural park famous for its beautiful walking trails; Haeundae Blueline Park, a recently trending landmark where guests can enjoy ocean views from beach trains and sky capsules; Dalmaji Road, a hill with various galleries, cafés and restaurants; Shinsegae Centum City, the world’s largest department store; Busan Museum of Art where guests can explore art all year round; BEXCO, a convention center where various domestic and international events, exhibitions, fairs and concerts are held in Busan; and many more.