A Hyatt affiliate and consulting firm EuroAtlantic have partnered to open a new Hyatt Place hotel at Tadao Ando Campus & Tower in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The two parties have reached a franchise agreement that will see the hotel open in 2024.

Hyatt Place Düsseldorf Mercedesstrasse will be strategically located on the edge of Düsseldorf’s city centre. It will be the first Hyatt Place in Düsseldorf.

The 300-room hotel will be Hyatt Place’s second hotel in Germany after Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport.

It will be officially presented at EXPO Real in Munich on 11 October at the City of Düsseldorf exhibition.

Hyatt Europe development vice-president Felicity Black-Roberts said: “The plans for Hyatt Place Düsseldorf Mercedesstrasse reflect the brand’s strong momentum in the fast-growing select service category as Hyatt Place hotels continue to expand globally.

“Düsseldorf is one of Germany’s most important economic centres, bolstered by recent international investments including from the China Competence Centre, making the district a perfect platform for us to bring our second Hyatt Place hotel to Germany.”

Tadao Ando Campus & Tower development is named for and designed by Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Tadao Ando, in partnership with landscape architect Enzo Enea.

Hyatt Place Düsseldorf Mercedesstrasse will be located next to a glass tower with a glass prism and will house a large-scale AI managed office campus.

The hotel is expected to join Hyatt-branded German portfolio including The Wellem Düsseldorf, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt; Grand Hyatt Berlin; Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf; Park Hyatt Hamburg; Hyatt House Frankfurt Eschborn and more.

EuroAtlantic chairman Arnulf Damerau said: “Together with our extensive experience in real estate and Hyatt’s global brand recognition we will be able to deliver a prestigious sustainable development with cutting edge technology and high-quality service that will successfully bring this business and lifestyle hub to life.”