- Awards Season
- Big Stories
- Pop Culture
- Video Games
Last-Minute Wanderlust: Why Viking Cruises are Perfect for Spontaneous Travelers
Are you a spontaneous traveler always on the lookout for exciting last-minute deals? If so, Viking Cruises may be the perfect option for your next adventure. With their exceptional service, luxurious amenities, and unique itineraries, Viking Cruises offers an unforgettable experience for those with a case of wanderlust. In this article, we will explore why Viking Cruises is an excellent choice for spontaneous travelers seeking a memorable journey.
Unparalleled Luxury at Unbeatable Prices
When it comes to luxury travel, Viking Cruises sets the bar high. Despite being known for their exceptional service and opulent accommodations, Viking Cruises also offers incredible last-minute deals that make luxury travel accessible to spontaneous travelers. By taking advantage of these deals, you can experience the epitome of comfort and elegance without breaking the bank.
Onboard a Viking Cruise ship, you’ll find spacious staterooms with breathtaking ocean views or verandas that allow you to immerse yourself in the beauty of your surroundings. The ships are designed with meticulous attention to detail and feature world-class amenities such as spas, fitness centers, fine dining restaurants, and lounges where you can relax and mingle with fellow travelers.
Unique Itineraries to Explore Hidden Gems
One of the most enticing aspects of Viking Cruises is their carefully curated itineraries that take you off the beaten path and allow you to explore hidden gems around the world. Whether you’re interested in immersing yourself in the rich history of Europe or discovering exotic destinations in Asia or Egypt, Viking Cruises has an itinerary that will cater to your wanderlust.
With their last-minute deals, you have the opportunity to embark on extraordinary journeys without extensive planning beforehand. Imagine waking up in a new port every morning, ready to explore charming coastal towns or ancient ruins before returning to your luxurious floating hotel in the evening. Viking Cruises allows you to satisfy your desire for adventure while providing a comfortable and convenient base for your travels.
Impeccable Service and Cultural Immersion
Viking Cruises is renowned for its exceptional service, ensuring that every aspect of your trip is taken care of. From the moment you step onboard, you’ll be greeted by friendly staff members who are dedicated to making your journey as enjoyable as possible. The crew members are knowledgeable about the destinations and are always ready to offer recommendations or provide insights into the local culture.
In addition to excellent service, Viking Cruises also emphasizes cultural immersion. Onboard enrichment programs, such as lectures and performances by local experts, allow you to learn more about the destinations you’re visiting. Moreover, shore excursions organized by Viking Cruises provide opportunities to interact with locals, taste authentic cuisine, and gain a deeper understanding of the places you explore.
Flexibility and Ease of Booking
Spontaneous travelers often face challenges when it comes to booking last-minute trips. However, Viking Cruises understands the needs of these adventurous souls and offers flexibility in their booking process. With their user-friendly website and dedicated customer service team, securing a last-minute deal on a Viking Cruise is a hassle-free experience.
Whether you prefer browsing through available deals online or speaking with a knowledgeable representative over the phone, Viking Cruises ensures that the booking process is seamless. Their team is eager to assist in finding the best options that suit your preferences and budget.
In conclusion, if you’re a spontaneous traveler seeking an unforgettable journey without compromising on luxury or cultural immersion, look no further than Viking Cruises. With their unbeatable last-minute deals and exceptional service, Viking Cruises offers an ideal solution for those with wanderlust in their veins. Embark on an adventure of a lifetime while enjoying unparalleled comfort and discovering hidden gems around the world with Viking Cruises.
This text was generated using a large language model, and select text has been reviewed and moderated for purposes such as readability.
MORE FROM ASK.COM
Many of the credit card offers that appear on this site are from credit card companies from which we receive financial compensation. This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site (including, for example, the order in which they appear). However, the credit card information that we publish has been written and evaluated by experts who know these products inside out. We only recommend products we either use ourselves or endorse. This site does not include all credit card companies or all available credit card offers that are on the market. See our advertising policy here where we list advertisers that we work with, and how we make money. You can also review our credit card rating methodology .
Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa [In-depth Review]
Senior Content Contributor
Countries Visited: 27 U.S. States Visited: 27
Editor & Content Contributor
Countries Visited: 4 U.S. States Visited: 23
Director of Operations & Compliance
Countries Visited: 10 U.S. States Visited: 20
Pool and Hot Tub
Fitness center, turtle centric, coco’s monkey, pet-friendly, 2 queens with partial ocean view room, shor american seafood grill, blue mojito, morning coffee, mini-market, covid-19 protocols, housekeeping, final thoughts.
We may be compensated when you click on product links, such as credit cards, from one or more of our advertising partners. Terms apply to the offers below. See our Advertising Policy for more about our partners, how we make money, and our rating methodology. Opinions and recommendations are ours alone.
My husband and I found ourselves with a free week, so we planned a (very) last-minute trip to Key West, Florida. We had planned to visit Key West a few years ago, but that trip was canceled last minute due to a weather-related Delta meltdown in Atlanta that backed up our flights for a few days.
When faced with planning a last-minute vacation, I knew I wanted to attempt Key West again. We had originally planned to stay at the Hyatt in Key West (before it was branded as a Hyatt Centric), so it was an easy choice to book it again.
In this review, I’ll show you all around the Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa to tell you what I loved and what wasn’t quite up to par.
If there’s one reason to book the Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa , it’s location. This hotel’s location is just about perfect if you want to explore Key West. It’s just off Duval Street and steps from Mallory Square, a popular spot to watch the gorgeous Key West sunsets. Plus, it’s an oceanfront property, which isn’t as common on the island as you might think.
After arriving at Key West International Airport (EYW), we took a quick 20-minute Uber ride to the hotel. I was able to use the Uber Cash from The Platinum Card ® from American Express and the American Express ® Gold Card, so I didn’t pay anything out of pocket.
Hot Tip: I stayed The Reach Key West , located on the southern end of the island for the last (and totally unplanned) night of my Key West trip. While I enjoyed that hotel’s beachfront location, overall the Hyatt Centric Key West was in a better spot for sightseeing and exploring the island by foot.
I booked this trip about 5 days ahead of departure and was thrilled that there was still award availability. I confirmed there was award space for the 4 nights I wanted to book and then I transferred the points I needed from Chase Ultimate Rewards . When I went to finalize my booking 2 minutes later, the award space was gone !
After a mild panic attack, I called Hyatt to see what happened. They confirmed that the last room must have been booked and there wasn’t anything they could do. So, I did what any good travel hacker would do, and looked at each night individually to see what was still available.
After looking at each night separately, I discovered that only 1 night I wanted to book was sold out. So, I shifted my trip by a day. When I went to book my 4-night stay (again), it still said it was sold out! I realized that the same room category wasn’t available to book with points on every night, so the whole thing showed as unavailable. When I went to book that night separately, it all worked. I ended up with a 1-night booking and a 3-night booking.
Hot Tip: If any of the nights you’re trying to book with points are sold out, the entire booking will show as unavailable. In that case, try searching for each night separately . You’ll be able to see which night is sold out (if any) or if there’s a difference in room category that’s triggering a sold-out message. You can then book your stay in smaller chunks (for example, a 1-night stay and a 3-night stay instead of a 4-night stay). While there’s a chance you would have to switch rooms during your stay, more often than not, the hotel will be able to combine your reservations.
The cash costs at Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa were quite high during my stay in February and varied between $750 to $1,000 per night.
But of course, that’s not what I paid since I used points to book. At the time of my trip, Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa was a Category 6 hotel that cost 25,000 Hyatt points per night (this stay was before peak and off-peak pricing changes ).
Hot Tip: Since my stay, the Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa moved to Category 8 and now requires 40,000 points per night for a standard award night booking.
Elite Benefits and Check-in
Upon arriving at the hotel, we were greeted and offered a glass of Champagne. The check-in process was quick and my Hyatt Explorist status was recognized. I was offered an upgrade to a partial ocean view room, which was unexpected since the hotel was mostly full.
We were given some information about the hotel, including a bingo game that offered a $25 resort credit as the prize. All we had to do to earn the resort credit was take a selfie at some designated Key West locations.
Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa charges a resort fee of $45 plus tax ($50.63 total) per night. There’s a long list of benefits mentioned on the website that are included in this fee. However, many of the benefits were non-existent in real life. You can avoid the hotel’s resort fee by booking with World of Hyatt points.
- Premium Wi-Fi
- Pool towels
- Pools balls and noodles
- Champagne welcome toast
- Fitness center
- Local and 800 calls
- Morning coffee station
- Reef-safe sunscreen*
- After-sun station*
- Daily newspaper*
- Hydration stations at the pool
- Afternoon pool treats (popsicles, seasonal fruit, etc.)*
- Craft cocktail class (2x per week)*
- Beach chairs
- Live music every evening
- 10% off dinner at SHOR*
- 2-hour bike rental per stay
- Luggage storage
- Umbrellas and ponchos*
- Outdoor recreation center with chess, checkers, cards, and foosball*
- Coco’s Monkey Adventures to book excursions
- Postcard and mailing services*
*There was no mention of these services at the hotel.
Hot Tip: The resort fee is waived at Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa when you book with points. If you’re short on points, check out our guide to earning lots of World of Hyatt points for some tips.
The Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa has an outdoor pool and hot tub right in the center of the property. Since it’s surrounded by buildings, there’s plenty of opportunity for shade, which I loved.
There’s a very small “beach” area with some lounge chairs that overlook the ocean.
The fitness center at Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa wasn’t huge, but it was well appointed with treadmills, yoga mats, weights, and 2 Peloton bikes.
There’s a small spa at Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa. You can book treatments such as massages, facials, and manicures, but there aren’t any amenities like a sauna, steam room, or spa pool like you may find at larger facilities.
My husband and I each booked an 80-minute hot stone massage. The massage itself was fine — there wasn’t really anything wrong with it, but it wasn’t great either. Massages can vary a lot based on who is giving it, though, so don’t let that deter you from booking one during your trip.
When we contacted the spa to make our appointments, we were told that gratuity was not included, so we tipped in cash. When we checked out, we discovered that a 20% gratuity had been added on top of the cost of the massage. The hotel refunded the extra gratuity due to the misunderstanding, but keep this in mind if you decide to book a massage.
Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa is home to a freshwater turtle sanctuary called Turtle Centric. These turtles were abandoned by their owners and aren’t able to live in the wild anymore. The habitat contains over 7,000 gallons of freshwater for the turtles to enjoy. An eco-tour is available every Friday at 3 p.m. for guests wanting to learn more.
Coco’s Monkey is the gift shop located by the pool. This is also where we got pool towels, bike rentals, and booked excursions.
Each guest is entitled to a free 2-hour bike rental once per stay. We definitely took advantage of this since Key West is a great area to explore by bike. The woman working at the shop even mapped out a bike route for us that took us from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic with plenty of attractions marked in between.
We also took advantage of the activities concierge at the gift shop to book a jet ski tour . They booked a same-day jet ski tour that left from the hotel’s dock. It was a fun 2-hour tour that ended up being one of my favorite activities of the trip.
Premium Wi-Fi was included with the resort fee charge. While the Wi-Fi was fine for scrolling social media or quickly checking an email, it was a little slow if you wanted to get some work done.
Headspace is a popular relaxation and meditation app we could access for free through our guest room TV.
Hot Tip: If you’ve got some extra time on your vacation, consider taking the drive between Miami and Key West on the Overseas Highway — it’s considered one of the best road trips in the U.S.
I split my reservation between 2 different room categories to be able to book with points at the last minute. For the first night, I reserved a 1 King Bed Room and the next 3 nights were booked in a 2 Queens with ADA Tub Room. Thankfully, the hotel was able to combine my reservations, so I didn’t have to switch rooms during my stay. I was upgraded to a 2 Queens with Partial Ocean View Room at check-in. I was also offered a 1 King Bed Room, but it was on a lower floor with a less desirable view, so I went with the 2 Queen Beds Room.
The room was clean and basic but comfortable. The 2 queen beds were made with crisp white sheets and had plenty of fluffy pillows to ensure a great night’s sleep.
At the head of each bed was a light that had USB ports and plugs in the base. This was so convenient for charging our devices.
Facing the beds was a dresser with drawer space, an ice bucket, an alarm clock, a 55-inch flat-screen TV, a minifridge (behind the big cabinet door), and a coffee maker.
The coffee maker had a full setup with coffee, tea, creamer, sugar, and cups with travel lids.
We had a very small balcony with a table and 2 chairs. I enjoyed having coffee on the balcony each morning. However, there was a lot of construction noise during the afternoons, which made it less appealing later in the day. Unfortunately, the construction wasn’t disclosed before booking, so this was an unwelcome surprise when we got to the hotel.
While it wasn’t the best ocean view I’ve ever had, I could see the ocean, so I had no complaints.
Next to the balcony door was a sitting area with 2 chairs and a small table.
There was a small closet located by the front door that had a safe, luggage rack, and 2 robes.
I love a good hotel robe and these did not disappoint! They were super-comfortable sweatshirt-style robes.
The bathroom, like the bedroom, was basic but comfortable. It had a nice stand-up shower with a rain shower, as well as a regular shower head.
The shower had full-sized bottles of Bee Kind bath products.
The sink area had ample counter space and a modern sink vessel.
There were Bee Kind bath products available for use, as well as a make-up mirror, hairdryer, and plenty of towels.
Food and Beverage
Located oceanfront with beautiful views, SHOR American Seafood Grill is the hotel’s main restaurant serving breakfast daily from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. and dinner Tuesdays through Saturdays from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Both times we ate at SHOR, we sat on the deck to take in the beautiful views. For breakfast, I tried the bacon cheddar waffle and it was delicious.
At dinnertime, I enjoyed a specialty mocktail while enjoying the ocean views.
While the restaurant doesn’t have a full sunset view, you can still get that sunset vibe on the patio.
Blue Mojito is the poolside bar and restaurant that serves cocktails, lunch, and small bites during the day from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., with a daily happy hour from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Live music is offered Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
I enjoyed the chicken quesadilla and a frozen drink while relaxing by the pool.
While guestrooms have coffee makers, there was also a coffee service offered every morning on the deck by the pool.
The mini-market had a small selection of snacks and drinks available for purchase in the lobby.
Bottom Line: There are 2 restaurants at Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa. SHOR American Seafood Grill serves breakfast and dinner while Blue Mojito, the pool bar, serves drinks, lunch, and snacks throughout the day.
Apart from some staff wearing masks, there weren’t many COVID-19 protocols to speak of at the Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa. However, that seemed to be pretty typical of Key West at the time.
Daily housekeeping is a thing of beauty! So many of the hotels I’ve stayed at since the pandemic began have done away with daily housekeeping as a safety protocol. While that made sense in 2020, it just seems like an easy way for hotels to save on costs now. One of the reasons I love hotels so much is a freshly made bed and new towels every day. For me, it’s part of the hotel experience and I was thrilled to see daily housekeeping at Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa.
One day, my room was left unlocked and unlatched by the housekeeping staff, but I’m sure that was an honest mistake.
Overall, I really enjoyed my stay at Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa. The location can’t be beat if you’re visiting Key West. My room was comfortable, the food was good, and I loved the convenience of being able to book watersports activities that left from the hotel’s dock.
The bad news is that the hotel is expensive and the points cost is out of line with the quality of the hotel, now that it was moved to a Category 8 . Key West is an expensive place, so expect to pay a lot for food and activities when you’re visiting the area, too.
For rates and fees of The Platinum Card ® from American Express, click here . For rates and fees of the American Express ® Gold Card, click here .
Frequently Asked Questions
Does hyatt centric key west resort & spa have a lounge.
No, there isn’t a lounge at Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa.
Where is the Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa located?
Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa is located on Front Street, just a block off of Duval Street. It’s only 2 blocks from Mallory Square, one of Key West’s most popular areas.
What is the best Hyatt in Key West?
There are 4 Hyatt locations in Key West — which one is the best is a personal decision. Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa has an incredible location and is the only traditional Hyatt hotel on the island (the other options are condos), but it’s also the most expensive. There are 3 Hyatt Residence Clubs on Key West: Sunset Harbor, Windward Pointe, and Beach House. Hyatt Residence Sunset Harbor is located close to all of the main attractions with views of the Gulf of Mexico. Windward Pointe and Beach House are both farther out and would require a car or golf cart rental to get around.
How many points does it cost to stay at Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa?
Beginning March 22, 2022, Hyatt Centric Key West Resort & Spa will be a Category 7 hotel requiring 25,000 points for off-peak, 30,000 for standard, and 35,000 for peak times.
Was this page helpful?
About Katie Seemann
Katie has been in the points and miles game since 2015 and started her own blog in 2016. She’s been freelance writing since then and her work has been featured in publications like Travel + Leisure and Forbes Advisor.
INSIDERS ONLY: UP PULSE ™
Get the latest travel tips, crucial news, flight & hotel deal alerts...
Plus — expert strategies to maximize your points & miles by joining our (free) newsletter.
Disclaimer: Any comments listed below are not from the bank advertiser, nor have they been reviewed or approved by them. No responsibility will be taken by the bank advertiser for these comments.
March 03, 2022
Can’t even believe that is going to be a Category 7. Looks like MAYBE a 3 in any other location. You said both the room AND the bathroom was “basic, but comfortable.” For a category 7? Hard pass.
UP's Bonus Valuation
This bonus value is an estimated valuation calculated by UP after analyzing redemption options, transfer partners, award availability and how much UP would pay to buy these points.
- North Point
- Cruise Restaurant & Bar
Cruise Restaurant & Bar Open Now Now Closed
- Review (230)
- Photo (2259)
- Recommend Recommended
- FEAST (Food By EAST) Tai Koo
- Umimachidon (Harbour North Phase 2) North Point
- 40% Off on Adult Lunch Buffet The Farmhouse 咖啡廳
- Reg Price 20% Off on A La Carte Main Menu Briketenia
23/F, West Tower, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong, 1 North Point Estate Lane
Please place anchor to the restaurant's correct location with your mouse and click submit. you may further adjust the zoom level by using "+" & "-".
Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong
1 North Point Estate Lane, North Point, Hong Kong SAR
+852 3762 1234
4.0 (1053 Reviews)
Eat & Drink
Hong Kong is a renowned foodie paradise with top dining spots all over the city, including Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong’s own unique venues. These include a sophisticated rooftop restaurant and bar serving modern Asian cuisine and an all-day dining restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating overlooking Victoria Harbour. *All prices are subject to a 10% service charge and a 1% surcharge to restore with Zero Foodprint Asia, funding food-related climate solutions.
- Monday - Sunday 6:30 AM To 10:30 AM
- Monday - Sunday 12:00 PM To 2:30 PM
- Monday - Sunday 3:30 PM To 5:00 PM
- Monday - Sunday 6:00 PM To 10:00 PM
+852 3896 9896
2/F West Tower, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong
Cruise Restaurant & Bar
- Monday - Thursday 5:00 PM To 12:00 AM
- Sunday 12:00 PM To 12:00 AM
- Friday 5:00 PM To 1:00 AM
- Saturday 12:00 PM To 1:00 AM
- Saturday & Sunday 12:00 PM To 2:30 PM
- Monday - Sunday 5:00 PM To 10:30 PM
- Monday - Friday 5:00 PM To 7:00 PM
+852 3896 9898
23/F West Tower, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong
- Monday - Thursday 5:00 PM To 11:00 PM
- Friday 5:00 PM To 12:00 AM
- Saturday 12:00 PM To 2:30 PM
- Saturday 5:00 PM To 12:00 AM
- Sunday 12:00 PM To 2:30 PM
- Sunday 5:00 PM To 11:00 PM
The Farmhouse Deli
- Monday - Sunday 8:00 AM To 8:00 PM
+852 3896 9865
Hyatt Centric Catering Box
Hotel Info & Requests
- Vacation Rentals
- Things to do
- Hong Kong Tourism
- Hong Kong Hotels
- Hong Kong Bed and Breakfast
- Hong Kong Vacation Rentals
- Flights to Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Restaurants
- Things to Do in Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Travel Forum
- Hong Kong Photos
- Hong Kong Map
- All Hong Kong Hotels
- Hong Kong Hotel Deals
- Last Minute Hotels in Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Motels
- Hong Kong Hostels
- Hong Kong Campgrounds
- Hong Kong Business Hotels
- Hong Kong Family Hotels
- Hong Kong Spa Resorts
- Hong Kong Luxury Hotels
- Romantic Hotels in Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Green Hotels
- Hong Kong Resorts
- Hong Kong Beach Hotels
- 5-stars Hotels in Hong Kong
- 4-stars Hotels in Hong Kong
- 3-stars Hotels in Hong Kong
- Metropark Hotels in Hong Kong
- Regal Hotels in Hong Kong
- Swire Hotels in Hong Kong
- Holiday Inns Express in Hong Kong
- Mandarin Oriental Hotels in Hong Kong
- Marco Polo Hotels in Hong Kong
- The Walt Disney Company Hotels in Hong Kong
- Bridal Tea House Hotels in Hong Kong
- Dorsett Hotels in Hong Kong
- Crowne Plaza Hotels in Hong Kong
- Ovolo Hotels in Hong Kong
- Silka Hotels in Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Hotels with Pools
- Pet Friendly Hotels in Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Hotels with Free Parking
- Kowloon Hotels
- Yau Tsim Mong District Hotels
- Hong Kong Island Hotels
- Tsim Sha Tsui Hotels
- New Territories Hotels
- Central District Hotels
- Wan Chai / Causeway Bay Hotels
- Islands District Hotels
- Central Hotels
- Tung Chung Hotels
- Boutique Hotels in Hong Kong
- Discount Hotels in Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Apartment Hotels
- Cheap Hong Kong Hostels
- Hong Kong Hotels with Kitchenette
- Hotels with Complimentary Breakfast in Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Cruise Port Hotels
- Hong Kong Beach Spa Hotels
- Hong Kong Pet Friendly Beach Hotels
- Hong Kong Beach Suite Hotels
- Hotels near Victoria Peak (The Peak)
- Hotels near Star Ferry
- Hotels near MTR
- Hotels near Hong Kong Disneyland
- Hotels near Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha)
- Hotels near Hong Kong Skyline
- Hotels near Airport Express
- Hotels near Hong Kong Tramways (Ding Ding)
- Hotels near Ocean Park
- Hotels near Peak Tram
- Hotels near Ngong Ping 360
- Hotels near Victoria Harbour
- Hotels near Lantau island
- Hotels near Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
- Hotels near (HKG) Hong Kong Intl Airport
- Hotels near (SZX) Shenzhen Airport
- Hotels near (MFM) Macau Airport
- Secrets Royal Beach Punta Cana
- Temptation Cancun Resort
- Hotel Xcaret Mexico
- Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya
- Moon Palace Jamaica
- Excellence Riviera Cancun
- Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
- Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort
- Hotel Riu Republica
- Wyndham Grand Cancun All Inclusive Resort & Villas
- Park MGM Las Vegas
- Excellence Oyster Bay
- Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa
- Moon Palace The Grand - Cancun
- Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
- Popular All-Inclusive Resorts
- Popular Beach Resorts
- Popular Family Resorts
- Popular All-Inclusive Hotels
- Popular Hotels With Waterparks
- Popular Honeymoon Resorts
- Popular Luxury Resorts
- Popular All-Inclusive Family Resorts
- Popular Golf Resorts
- Popular Spa Resorts
- Popular Cheap Resorts
- All Hong Kong Restaurants
- Restaurants near Cruise Restaurant & Bar
- Asian Restaurants for Lunch in Hong Kong
- Cafés in Hong Kong
- Chinese Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Fast Food Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Italian Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Japanese Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Middle Eastern Restaurants with Delivery in Hong Kong
- Seafood Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Seafood Restaurants with Delivery in Hong Kong
- Sushi in Hong Kong
- Thai Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Vegan Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Vegetarian Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Best Roast Beef in Hong Kong
- Best Falafel in Hong Kong
- Best Waffles & Crepes in Hong Kong
- Best Halloumi in Hong Kong
- Best Churrasco in Hong Kong
- Best Tandoori Chicken in Hong Kong
- Best Crab in Hong Kong
- Best Ice Cream in Hong Kong
- Best Dim Sum in Hong Kong
- Best Clams in Hong Kong
- Best Laksa in Hong Kong
- Best Yakitori (Grilled Skewers) in Hong Kong
- Best Crab Legs in Hong Kong
- Best Chili Crab in Hong Kong
- Best Hummus in Hong Kong
- Breakfast Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Lunch Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Dinner Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Bakeries in Hong Kong
- Buffet Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Coffee & Tea in Hong Kong
- Desserts in Hong Kong
- Food Delivery Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Kid Friendly Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Late Night Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Restaurants for Special Occasions in Hong Kong
- Restaurants with Outdoor Seating in Hong Kong
- Romantic Restaurants in Hong Kong
- Central Restaurants
- Coffee & Tea in Tsim Sha Tsui
- Dinner Restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui
- Fusion Restaurants for Lunch in Central
- Hamburgers in Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
- Jordan / Yau Ma Tei Restaurants
- Malaysian Restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui
- Mong Kok Restaurants
- Sheung Wan Restaurants
- Tsim Sha Tsui Restaurants
- Wan Chai / Causeway Bay Restaurants
- Things to Do
- Travel Stories
- Rental Cars
- Add a Place
- Travel Forum
- Travelers' Choice
- Help Center
- Hong Kong
- Hong Kong Restaurants
Cruise Restaurant & Bar
Ratings and reviews
Food and ambience, location and contact, top 3 reasons to eat here.
Decided to try Cruise with my friends. We didn’t have a booking and was a busy Friday night but the receptionist was very helpful and found us a table I highly appreciated it considering was 5 of us. The food is just amazing! Simple but... flavours and textures are so well executed, the vibes of the place are so cool and the value for money on food and drinks is amazing! We met the Manager Matias and he was so funny and helpful. After dinner at the restaurant he arranged a table us a table in their terrace for after dinner drinks and he drop some digestive shots for us. Thank you Cruise team we will definitely come back! More
Dear Meander811630, Thank you for your wonderful review following your visit to CRUISE. I was so pleased to learn that you had a great dining experience, and that my colleagues serving you left such a positive impression. I will take great pleasure in sharing your... More
Make a reservation! This is a very popular hotel with local staycationers as they have very attractive stay & dine packages which includes dinner at Cruise. We had come to Cruise for their happy hour once, at around 5:30pm, thinking we didn't need a reservation... only to find out the hotel was basically booked out. Still, the staff were friendly & accomodative after we said we could be done by 6:30pm. The happy hour snacks are fantastic and for drinks we especially loved 'The Drake' which is made with... passionfruit (lol)! After that visit we were keen to try the dinner here and came back a couple of months later. On our next visit, we had the Feed Me dinner set and it was awesome. Every dish served was great. The 'surprise dish' was perhaps slighly disppointing because it was just calamari from the bar snacks menu which we had before, but at the same time that is probably one of the best calamari bar snacks I've had, so I guess that sort of evens out. In any case we were completely stuffed by the end of our meal. Special mention to Vivian & Alvin who were such attentive and proactive servers! You could feel they genuinely loved their job and wanted to make sure we got good service. In fact it was refreshing to feel that all the staff in the restaurant really felt like they loved their job. It's been a long time since we've been to a restaurant in HK where it felt spacious (high ceilings, tables far enough apart) + great service + great food + great cocktails. We'll be back soon! More
CRUISE provided a relaxed and casual vibe. The service there is very attentive, epecially is a male staff, his name called Ricky. Ricky is really helpful. The restaurant serves up mouthwatering foods delights in a unbeatable atmosphere. More
Dear i_m_Little_Karen, Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a generous review following your recent visit with us at CRUISE. I am delighted to hear that our team made the difference in service and you enjoyed the overall atmosphere of the... More
We been to the Hyatt Centric twice this year because of the COVID-19. For our third staycation trip, we have booked the “We miss Thailand package”, which included Thai massage and a Thai set dinner at the Cruise restaurant and a breakfast on the next... day. The Thai massage has been a wonderful experience where the staff are friendly and experienced and the Thai dinner served by Ricky, who is friendly and professional to taking care of us. I would recommend other people’s to try and you won’t regret it. More
Visited as part of the "we miss thailand" hyatt centric staycation package. The cruise was definitely the highlight of the entire trip! My wife and I had recently visited the Michelin star Tin Lung Heen and the Butterfly Room at Rosewood, if we were to... rank among these three, the Cruise was on top as our favorite and we would definitely visit again. This remarkable dining experience full of pleasure began shortly after our reservation. Staff of the Cruise reached out to us via whatsapp for the arrangement. It was for my wife's birthday and I made an outrageous request of having a Japanese note on the birthday dessert. They magically accomplished our wishes and made it a perfect dining experience. The Thai food went way beyond our expectations! The staff and manager of the night were also attentive with great hospitality! I feel guilty of not asking for names to praise them here! But we WILL BE BACK! Highly recommend this restaurant to all! Lastly, having said that the Cruise was our most recent visit among other high-ended restaurants, we wonder how Michelin stars didnt land on this brilliant restaurant! Thankyou again and Cheers! More
The We Miss Thailand experience was awesome. The Crusie dinner was great as always. The appetizers, the mains and of course my favorite mango sticky rice with crunchy coconut (& I dont even normally like coconut). Our server Ricky had a genuine smile that the... mask didn't mask and was so friendly and attentive. I also love the music they play there. The view from Cruise is stunning. I love being able to see the pool from the Crusie terrace. Everywhere we went at the hotel, staff was nice and welcoming. I gotta be honest, we are two serial spa and massage goers especially when we travelled to thailand (normally at least 10 hours of spa/massage for a three day weekend), the massages we had here were not really thai stretch or thai anything and not at all near acceptable for a massage at a hotel. There are a few great and authenticly thai massage places we go to regularly in HK, so great thai masseuses are available in HK. Further training is definitely required or perhaps the hotel may consider collaborating with a more authentic thai massage/spa in HK. For my birthday, we ordered a blackforest cake from the Farmhouse. The cake was not good. The cherry layer was too liquidy and liquid seeped through the not so good cake layers making the cake soggy. The chocolate thins were thin enough; however, the chocolate itself was of average quality. Still, overall a great experience and an exceptional deal. Love the Thail theme. The Cruise restaurant and service made this exceptionally memorable. I have been waiting to try their Wednesday night crab night. Couldnt get a reservation for that before, hope i will be able to try that soon. More
Dear 636vera, Thank you for your wonderful review following your visit to CRUISE. I was so pleased to learn that you had a great dining experience, and that my colleagues serving you left such a positive impression. I have also taken your constructive criticism and... More
I've been coming here since it was Hotel Vic and after a shaky transition to Hyatt Centric, it seems to have found its sea legs, pun intended! ;-) The breathtaking terrace view is still one of the best reasons to come here but the recent... overhaul of wait staff and floor managers has injected a much needed efficiency, warmth and hospitality to this particular venue of the hotel. I've not seen a more dedicated staff than Hilton(Milton?) who rescued patrons from the sudden torrential downpour that came hard, fast and stranded them. He allowed himself to become soaked to the core as he switftly escorted them back into the dining area with an umbrella shielding only the guests and not himself. Just incredible to watch! Jay is another stand out member of the team with the coolest tattoos, friendly demeanour and a charming smile that lights up the room. We were only having wine all night but he seem to also have superb cocktail making skills from what I can see. Last but not least is the very sincere and attentive Guest Relations Manager Jeff who really makes you feel special with his ability to not only recall your face but call you by name as he welcomed you back to the venue even though it had been a month or so since we first met and chatted only briefly. This is a very impressive trait and you can tell he is very committed to ensuring every guest has the best dining experience possible. The food, however, is a bit hit and miss. The Sunday brunch we had for my mum's birthday was decent and they were willing to change one of the main dishes in the set to accommodate us but items from their a la carte menu that we have ordered on another evening were just ok. That said I would go back again and again for the incredible view and service. More
Dear Dexter1113, Thank you for your wonderful review following your visit to CRUISE. Thank you so much for your continuous support of CRUISE. I am so happy to hear that you are seeing the constant improvement and growth of CRUISE through the years, guests such... More
Celebrating my birthday with my friend at Cruise. It's a surprising and happy high tea experience. Food're yummy and staff're friendly. We met Sayed here who sweetly provided a 'Happy Birthday' chocolate plate on my cake and gave me a free photo. Definitely recommend to... my friends and families. More
Dear Adrienne, Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a generous review following your recent visit with us at CRUISE. I am delighted to read that you enjoyed the overall experience and that you were impressed with the food as well... More
The view is beautiful. The staff is very helpful especially Sayed, cos we couldn’t eat too spicy, he helped us to inform the chef. And he provided excellent service, very detail explanation of the menu & drinks. Thank you so much ^^ More
Dear Josephinephinek, Thank you for your wonderful review following your visit to CRUISE. I was so happy to hear that our team was able to leave such a positive impression on your dining experience. Your lovely comments are much appreciated and we hope to have... More
My friend and I attended brunch and were given a vegetarian shared option as I had stated in advance that she does not eat meat. The food was delicious and the freeflow option was excellent value - our glasses were continuously refilled before they had... a chance to reach anywhere near empty. The staff were extremely welcoming and friendly. We were served by Sayed who ensured we had a great experience and management checked on us throughout. The atmosphere was relaxed and the view was stunning. I would definitely recommend and revisit! Thank you to all the staff, especially Sayed for the excellent service! More
Had a birthday celebration with my boyfriend at the Cruise, and Sa Yed & Alvin were very attentive and friendly. The fusion food was exquisite and flavourful. I didn’t expect much for the free flow of drinks but the white and red wine was decent.... Would definitely recommend for anyone who would like to celebrate any occasion with their loved ones. A polaroid and a dessert with a chocolate congratulatory plate was offered. Will come here again and experience their ‘crab night’ next time! More
Dear Gayoung, Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a generous review following your recent visit with us at CRUISE. I am delighted to hear that you enjoyed your overall experience with us and that we were able to make and... More
Having purchased another 10 sets of the "Work from Room" package, the lunch that is included at Cruise never ceases to impress. From the receptionist Genima to the restaurant staff (Ricky, Isabel, and Sayed), everything is purely a delight. I appreciate how they set aside... a special table for me everyday and Sayed recommended me to try one of their most popular desserts, the banana roti with milktea ice cream. (It sure did not disappoint and it was plate licking delicious). I would like to give a special mentioning to the restaurant manager, Jeff, who has led the team in such a professional manner. Jeff is accommodating and tries to delight his guests with special desserts. I can't share enough compliments about this restaurant and will look forward to my next round of "Work from Room" package again soon. More
Dear lc20192019, Thank you for your kind words and generous review of CRUISE, it is a great Christmas gift for us and the team to know that we really made your experience memorable with us. It brings me great pride to share your words with... More
The waitress, Asha, provided very good service to us. She explained the menu to us in detail and also recommended their signature dish. Finally we ordered the testing menu which was very good recommendation...she knew that we would like to have a table near the... window, she immediately asked me if wanted to change when it was available. Very good service....we had a nice dinner tonight.😍 More
Dear CCC, Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a generous review following your recent visit with us at CRUISE. I am delighted to read that you enjoyed the overall experience and that you were impressed by the attentive service you... More
The service at the restaurant was brilliant! The waiters and waitresses patiently explained and recommended all the dishes on the menu. They were also very attentive that they even remembered the drinks we ordered. There were 5 of us and we couldn’t sit together as... one table at the beginning but the waiter kindly arranged us to a bigger table once it was available. The quality of the food and the ambience were pretty high too! More
Tonight went to Cruise with my partner, Vivian who is the waiter who serve us , she kindly introduced us about the cuisine with enthusiasm and gentle, which made us comfortable about the environment. And for the food , its a perfect Thai fusion meal... . Will come back again! More
CRUISE RESTAURANT & BAR, Hong Kong - North Point - Menu, Prices, Restaurant Reviews & Reservations - Tripadvisor
- Atmosphere: 5
- Rooftop bars in Hong Kong
Cruise Rooftop Bar in Hong Kong
Modern Asian rooftop restaurant & bar with stunning views.
Perched on top of the lovely Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour in North Point you find Cruise, which is both a stylish interior rooftop restaurant and a chill outdoor rooftop bar.
Set on the 23rd floor, Cruise rooftop offers amazing views over Victoria Harbour and the Kowloon skyline. Both inside and out, either through the panoramic windows or with an added breeze on the terrace.
Modern and trendy in decoration, the rooftop mixes dining tables with comfy lounge sofas and front-row bar seats to the views.
In the rooftop restaurant you can enjoy South East & Northern Asian dishes made perfect to share, while the rooftop bar offers a great set of signature Asian-inspired cocktails, complemented with tasty bar bites.
Open throughout the day, you can visit Cruise for a sunny rooftop lunch or relaxing afternoon drinks, while the evenings are a bit more filled with attitude, a buzzing vibe and cool tunes.
Tip: Book your stay at the great Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour to enjoy not only Cruise rooftop, but also the fantastic rooftop infinity pool.
Location & Map
- +852 3896 9898
- [email protected]
- Visit website
What is the cruise dress code.
The Cruise dress code is smart casual.
What food does Cruise serve?
Cruise serves South East & Northern Asian dishes.
Browse all the cities & articles at The Rooftop Guide
Follow The Rooftop Guide
More rooftop bars in hong kong.
A stylish and classic rooftop bar / cocktail lounge, perfect for sunset views and unwinding drinks. Located at hotel East HK, at Tai Koo station a bit outside the city center, the stylish...
A very posh rooftop cocktail bar, located on the iconic Prince's Building in the Central district of Hong Kong. With a terrace crawling around three walls of the building, along with several indoor lounges...
Located on the 27th floor of The Park Lane Hong Kong, right opposite to Victoria Park, offering some real magical views, not only over the park, but panoramic vistas of the city skyline and...