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Hyatt opens new hotel in Western India

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the official opening of Hyatt Regency Ahmedabad, the second Hyatt-branded property in Ahmedabad and the first Hyatt Regency-branded hotel to open in Gujarat state.


Strategically located in the city center, Hyatt Regency Ahmedabad is within walking distance of the Sabarmati riverfront, only 20 minutes (9.4 km/5.8 mi) from the airport and in close proximity to the business and shopping districts. The hotel offers: 210 spacious rooms, including 19 suites; large meeting space options for corporate and social events; and multiple dining options to suit every occasion. “The opening of Hyatt Regency Ahmedabad in one of India’s most business-oriented cities reinforces our focus on India as a key market for development,” said Kurt Straub, vice president of operations, India for Hyatt. “India is an important region to our guests, and we have plans to continue growing representation of our brands here.

With the introduction of our signature Hyatt Regency brand to Ahmedabad, we are delighted to have two operating Hyatt-branded hotels in the city.” Gopinath Gopalan, general manager, Hyatt Regency Ahmedabad added, “Hyatt Regency Ahmedabad is a comfort- and convenience-driven hotel that connects travelers to what is most important to them. We are especially proud of the extensive, state-of-the-art event and meeting facilities and authentic dining experiences offered at our restaurants, China House and Tinello.”

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