Hyatt Regency Hengqin Opens in Greater Bay Area of Southern China

USA, Chicago, Illinois. January 16, 2020

Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) today announced the opening of Hyatt Regency Hengqin in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, China. With 493 rooms, six dining outlets, and 40,440 square feet (3,757 square meters) of event space, the hotel is designed for business and leisure guests alike seeking a seamless, intuitive experience in the city.

Situated in the heart of the dynamic and fast-growing Greater Bay Area of southern China, Hyatt Regency Hengqin is part of the vibrant Novotown complex, which features an impressive array of attractions including Lionsgate Entertainment World, Natinoal Geographic Explorer and more. The hotel is also within easy reach of the Hong Kong - Zhuhai - Macau Bridge, offering convenient access for guests traveling throughout the region.

"We are thrilled to announce the opening of Hyatt Regency Hengqin," said William Yuen, general manager of Hyatt Regency Hengqin. "As a new, international branded hotel in Hengqin, Zhuhai, we are excited to offer superior comfort and excellent service at a convenient location."

Guestrooms

Hyatt Regency Hengqin has a total of 493 guestrooms, including 55 suites, ranging from and from 430 to 2,583 square feet (40 to 240 square meters). Subtle design touches include soft warm timber blinds, giving an overall feeling of natural comfort. Regency Club guests enjoy exclusive access to our club lounge offering a range of complimentary amenities including concierge service, private check-in and check-out, delicious bites served daily, and a dedicated meeting room.

Drinking and Dining

Boasting six restaurants and bars, the hotel offers a wide range of global cuisine. Market Café is a self-service, market-style restaurant where diners can watch their food being prepared by expert chefs at live cooking stations. La Cucina is an extension of Market Café, bringing the delicious flavors of Italy to Hengqin, with a variety of popular European dishes. The Lounge provides a relaxed atmosphere to decompress and features a vast selection of specialty teas, coffees, cocktails and snacks.

In early spring of 2020, the hotel will open three additional food & beverage outlets. Xiang Yue Chinese restaurant will specialize in the delicate flavors of Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant will feature an open kitchen, reminiscent of a hawker-style eatery, allowing diners to watch chefs prepare dishes to order. With a series of fish tanks showcased throughout the dining space, the menu highlights fresh seafood and top-quality ingredients. Pool Pavilion will be a relaxing, al fresco dining venue delivering sumptuous barbecue and craft cocktails. The 180° rooftop bar, will be located on the 23rd floor, offering with a 180° outdoor landscape and stunning views. Here, visitors can enjoy the charm of Hengqin under the stars with wine, cigars and music.

Meetings & Events

Whether hosting a wedding, product launch, large-scale conference, or an intimate meeting, event planners will find their every need catered for at Hyatt Regency Hengqin. The hotel boasts a total of 40,440 square feet (3,757 square meters) of event space, including the 17,437 square foot (1,620 square meter) Regency Ballroom, which features an outdoor garden, floor-to-ceiling windows, natural lighting, and can accommodate up to 1,300 guests. The Regency Salon, a premium event venue with 10,258 square feet (953 square meters) of space, offers two open kitchen display areas. Three additional multipurpose rooms provide an ideal space for small groups and meetings.

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