Hyatt expands in India, South-west Asia with eight new hotels

Hyatt Hotels Corporation is expanding its brand portfolio in India and South-west Asia, with a robust pipeline of eight new properties that are expected to open across various leisure and city destinations in 2024.

This year, Hyatt’s brand expansion in India and South-west Asia will continue with its Hyatt Regency, Hyatt Place and Hyatt Centric brands, as well as the entry of the JdV by Hyatt brand in India with the recent opening of Ronil Goa.

Hyatt Centric Hebbal Bengaluru, pictured, will be the second Hyatt Centric hotel in Bengaluru

Ronil Goa – a JdV by Hyatt Hotel features 12 guest houses comprising 135 guestrooms, including four suites. The hotel supports sustainable practices like wooden sustainable key cards, VRV systems, sensor lights, a sewage treatment plant and a water treatment plant, among other practices.

Hyatt Regency Kasauli is in close proximity to Kasauli, a favoured hill station and retreat in north India, popular for holidays, weekend getaways and retreats. The property will offer sweeping views of the destination with 89 rooms and suites, F&B options, lounge, event venues, outdoor swimming pool, spa, and fitness centre.

Other openings include 120-key Hyatt Regency Ghaziabad in the Delhi NCR region; Hyatt Place Aurangabad offering 150 guestrooms; first hotel in Bangladesh, Hyatt Place Dhaka Uttara, with 85 keys; the 110-room Hyatt Place Haridwar nearby the historic temples and gardens of Haridwar; Hyatt Centric Ballygunge Kolkata 93 guestrooms and suites; and the second Hyatt Centric hotel in Bengaluru, Hyatt Centric Hebbal Bengaluru, which will offer 152 rooms, suites and long-stay rooms.

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