Hyatt Place has opened the doors of its new property in Kathmandu, Nepal, continuing the brand’s expansion in markets around the world.
Hyatt Place Kathmandu is owned by City Hotel executive director Akshay Golyan and chairman Shakti Golyan.
It is under the leadership of general manager Varun Talwar and sales and marketing head Achint Rastogi.
The property is located 4km from the city centre and other tourist destinations including the sacred Hindu temple in Pashupatinath.
It has 153 guestrooms that feature separate sleep, work and play spaces, complementary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and an advanced fitness centre equipped with cardio equipment and LCD touchscreen.
Dining venues include Breakfast Bar, Zing World of Flavors, Zing Sky Bar & Lounge, The Market and The Bar that serves specialty coffees and premium beers.
Additionally, the hotel has around 5,382ft2 flexible, high-tech meeting or function space.
Talwar said: “As Kathmandu continues to be a sought-after spot for both business and leisure travellers, we are excited to add to the momentum of the thriving city by welcoming the first Hyatt Place to Nepal in this truly unique capital city, which is bursting with history and cultural traditions.
“With our smartly designed social spaces and guestrooms with separate work and sleep areas, our multitasking guests can easily accomplish what they need to do while on the road.”
Earlier this month, a Hyatt Hotels’ affiliate entered into franchise agreement with SIR Investments Guyana to introduce Hyatt Place brand to Guyana.