Hyatt Hotels has opened the Hyatt Regency Wuhan Optics Valley after rebranding and reintroducing it under its brand.
Located in Hubei province, central China, the hotel is a 45 minute drive from Wuhan Tianhe International Airport and is close to the commercial district of Wuchang.
The 330-room hotel includes 23 suites. Its deluxe rooms feature clean-lined, soothing interiors, along with an LCD television, stereo sound bar and complimentary Wi-Fi.
For dining, guests can choose between the hotel’s all-day restaurant Market Café and Italian restaurant Damiamo.
It also features Lobby Lounge, which has a 108ft long, wood-topped bar, making it one of the longest bar in Wuhan.
Hyatt Regency Wuhan Optics Valley has a 29,063ft² spa, designed by Singapore-based specialists AW Lake Spa Concepts. It includes a Korean-style Akasuri body scrub room, manicure and pedicure room, foot massage parlor, sauna and steam rooms and a retail shop.
The hotel also features a fitness centre and a 72ft lap pool. For events and special meetings, guests can use any of the seven event spaces, ranging from 484ft² – 2,960ft² or opt for the 7,965ft² ballroom.
Hyatt China operations Christopher Koehler said: "The hotel is an excellent addition to our Hyatt Regency brand and, with its offerings and dedicated team, we are confident that the hotel will be a place that fosters connections for both business and leisure travellers."