Hyatt Hotels, a Chicago-based hospitality company, has opened the Grand Hyatt Shenyang hotel in north-east China.
The new property is the first Hyatt-branded hotel in the region.
Housed in a newly built 29-storey tower at the Qingnian Avenue of Shenyang, the hotel provides direct access to the MixC retail mall, Shenyang Taoxian International Airport and other transportation junctions.
The hotel features 353 guestrooms and public spaces designed by Hirsh Bedner Associates (HBA).
Situated between floors six and 23, the guestrooms are equipped with amenities such as complimentary high-speed broadband wireless Internet, 46in LED TV, and marble bathrooms featuring full-size bathtub, a rainforest shower and the June Jacobs spa collection.
The hotel also features 34 suites, and Grand Club accommodations on the 23rd floor that offer continental buffet breakfast, evening cocktails, express check-in and checkout, and the Grand Club meeting room.
Grand Hyatt Shenyang provides eight food and beverage outlets that are located on the top five floors of the building, including the 25th floor Lounge, Café Kitchen, 27th floor Cuan, Xin Feng Tian, 28th floor Jun Hui 28, the top-floor Il Forno and the FA’R lounge, and ten residential-style suites that can host up to 24 diners.
The hotel offers more than 3,430m² of meeting and event space, including a 1,022m² Grand Ballroom, ten meeting and function spaces with wireless internet and the Technology Concierge team, and The Residence event venue with a living room, loft kitchen and two coffee bars that can accommodate 300 guests.
Other amenities at the hotel include a wellness centre, Qing Spa, fitness centre and temperature-controlled swimming pool.
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts China operations vice president Christopher Koehler said, "The opening of Grand Hyatt Shenyang expands our brand presence in China and supports our development strategy of building in key gateway cities and markets where our guests are travelling."
Grand Hyatt Shenyang general manager Stephan Tschuppik said that Grand Hyatt hotels are traditionally known to be quite bold and dramatic, and Grand Hyatt Shenyang is no exception.
"We hope to exceed guest expectations in every way – from dining, to our sky-high city views, to our meeting capabilities. We look forward to introducing Grand Hyatt to this wonderful and vibrant city," Tschuppik added.
Image: Exterior view of the recently opened Grand Hyatt Shenyang in north-east China. Photo courtesy of Business Wire.