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Hyatt plans 8 New Hotels across India & Southwest Asia


Hyatt Hotels Corporation has unveiled ambitious plans for expanding its brand presence across India and the Southwest Asia region in 2024. With a pipeline of eight new hotels slated to open across various leisure and city destinations, this strategic move aligns perfectly with the anticipated resurgence of leisure and business travel in the region. The expansion will predominantly feature Hyatt’s flagship brands, including Hyatt Regency, Hyatt Place, and Hyatt Centric, aiming to cater to diverse consumer preferences and market demands. Moreover, the introduction of the JdV by Hyatt brand in India signifies a significant milestone, reaffirming Hyatt’s commitment to fostering lifestyle-driven experiences within both the leisure and business segments. This expansion not only bolsters Hyatt’s brand presence but also underscores its confidence in the region’s growth potential, particularly in Southwest Asia, positioning it as a key player in the global hospitality landscape.

The forthcoming introductions showcase Hyatt’s unwavering dedication to offering unique and immersive guest experiences across diverse destinations. Ronil Goa, part of the JdV by Hyatt brand, epitomises vibrant urban living through its eclectic blend of Indo-Portuguese architecture and contemporary design. Emphasising sustainability, the hotel integrates eco-friendly practices into its operations, reflecting Hyatt’s commitment to environmental stewardship. Additionally, Hyatt Regency Kasauli and Hyatt Regency Ghaziabad mark Hyatt’s expansion into new destinations, promising panoramic views, exquisite dining options, and versatile event spaces to cater to both leisure and business travelers. Further augmenting its portfolio, Hyatt Place Aurangabad, Hyatt Place Dhaka Uttara, Hyatt Place Haridwar, Hyatt Centric Ballygunge Kolkata, and Hyatt Centric Hebbal Bengaluru are poised to redefine hospitality standards in their respective locales, offering a seamless blend of modern comforts and local culture. With each new addition, Hyatt reaffirms its commitment to delivering hospitality experiences while fostering sustainable growth and community engagement across India and Southwest Asia.

Sunjae Sharma, Managing Director, India & Southwest Asia at Hyatt, emphasises the region’s significance as a high-growth market for the brand. He underscores Hyatt’s steadfast commitment to expanding its footprint across key markets while enhancing its brand portfolio to cater to evolving consumer preferences. Through strategic investments in diverse hospitality offerings and sustainable practices, Hyatt aims to elevate the guest experience and set new benchmarks for excellence in the industry. As the hospitality landscape evolves, Hyatt remains poised to capitalise on emerging opportunities, reinforcing its position as a trusted partner for travelers seeking memorable and enriching experiences in India and Southwest Asia.

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