It's called the Grand Hyatt for a reason, but it's not just grand, it's royal. No expense has been spared; every possible luxury has been installed, from the marble floor to the breath taking chandelier. There are no two ways about it; the Grand Hyatt is for the rich.
The five star hotel is on the edge of the historic creek, with Wafi City Shopping mall nearby, as well as the Dubai airport close by.
I had the pleasure of going to the hotel to visit a friend who was staying in one of the suites.
My friend's suite was a palatial room that boasted a plush chaise lounge, large double bed, marble bathroom, and all the room service at the touch of a button.
My friend also told me that the hotel will provide extra towels, pillows, and phone chargers, if you've forgotten yours.
There are four different rooms available at the Grand Hyatt. If your budget doesn't stretch as far as one of the suites, you can opt for the Standard (960DHS), Grand Club, or the Deluxe. Advance booking prices start from 760 DHS. It's not the cheapest hotel, but that's the point: aren't hotels about indulgence? They are in my book.