The second Park Hyatt in South Korea, opened in early 2013 in Busan's Marine City, is a gleaming, 33-floor tower with sleek interiors and sea views along with brand signatures like crisp, streamlined rooms, rainfall showers, and one-touch mood lighting. The property is located near the convention center and beach, and overlooks the Gwangan Bridge, yacht marina, and the ocean. Water provided inspiration for the building's exterior—the curved glass facade resembles a billowing ship sail—while the interiors are all about nature and texture, with French oak floors and granite baths. Crisp and streamlined, the 200 rooms and 69 suites all have view-framing floor-to-ceiling windows and the amenities expected of the brand, including LED flatscreens with Blu-ray players and USD connectivity, espresso machines, and free Wi-Fi. The seven-room Lumi Spa offers both European and Korean style treatments inspired by the sun and sea, and also houses a fitness center and rooftop pool ringed by cabanas. Open kitchens, a sushi bar, and endless views set the scene at the 32nd floor gourmet Dining Room, while more casual fare can be enjoyed in the Living Room, residential-style Lounge, and the on-site pastry shop.