Hyatt plans expansion in India

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    Hyatt Hotels has revealed plans to open 15 new hotels in India within the coming five years. The company said that this year it would open Hyatt Regency Pune, Hyatt Regency Chennai and Grand Hyatt Goa in India this year.These new properties will expand the Indian properties in Hyatt’s worldwide portfolio, which currently consists of Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa, Grand Hyatt Mumbai, Hyatt Regency Delhi, Hyatt Regency Kolkata, and Hyatt Regency Mumbai.

    The company’s expansion plan includes a renewed focus on growing opportunities with existing
    development partners, as well as attracting new development through the leadership of Hyatt’s
    India development team. Hyatt seeks to increase opportunities for all of its brands in India by
    expanding its presence in second- and third-tier cities, where business travel is increasing.

    The Hyatt Regency Prune is a 306-room property and is to open near the business district and residential areas. The hotel will include luxuriously appointed guestrooms as well as serviced apartments available for long-term guests.

    Guests will have access to a variety of dining and entertainment options including an all-day
    lounge and café, specialty restaurant, vibrant bar and lounge, and leisure activities
    that include a spa and fitness centre with an indoor swimming pool, gymnasium and yoga room.

    Hyatt Regency Pune will have extensive meeting and event facilities with more than 5,000sqm of function space.

    Hyatt Regency Chennai is a 329-room contemporary hotel with five restaurants and lounge bars. The hotel also will feature a spa, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and a beauty salon. It will have more than 4,800sqm of meeting space.

    The Hyatt Goa is to be a 314-room hotel, overlooking the Zuari River. The spa will feature 20 treatment rooms and the property will include a large variety of indoor and outdoor dining facilities.

    Daniel Fountain / 17.04.2010

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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