China’s Hyatt Regency Hangzhou will be re-branded to Grand Hyatt Hangzhou following an extensive, 18-month renovation, which is scheduled to conclude on December 18, 2018.
Located at the crossroads of local culture and global business, Grand Hyatt Hangzhou will mark the debut of the Grand Hyatt brand in the Zhejiang Province, and the 15th in Greater China, once it opens for business.
“We are thrilled to introduce the Grand Hyatt experience to the locals and visitors of Hangzhou,” the property’s general manager, Nicholas Lacey enthused. “We are truly blessed to have this incredible location overlooking West Lake and believe that the breathtaking views coupled with our beautiful recent renovations will make Grand Hyatt Hangzhou the leading destination in the city for business and leisure travel – and to celebrate life’s special moments.”
The hotel is expected to conclude an extensive renovation of its public areas, guestrooms, meeting and event spaces, and restaurants in January 2019. The renovation, which commenced in 2017, was spearheaded by award-winning Thai interior design firm, P49 Deesign. With the hotel’s rebrand in mind, the firm set out to develop Grand Hyatt Hangzhou into a transformative destination with modern, timeless interiors that would reflect the city’s rich history and culture, while taking full advantage of the prized lake view.
Grand Hyatt Hangzhou will be home to 388 guestrooms and suites, as well as The Grand Club Lounge, seven globally inspired cocktail and dining venues, the HUAN Spa and Fitness Center, an indoor pool with a skylight ceiling and 3,300m2 of lavish event space, featuring the latest audiovisual technology.