Hyatt unveils Mexico City addition

In a joint press conference this week in Mexico City, Global Hyatt Corporation and GICSA announced the latest addition to the prestigious Park Hyatt portfolio, Park Hyatt Mexico City - Reforma.Located within the impressive Capital Reforma development, a new multi-purpose complex comprised of offices, high-end luxury Park Hyatt Residences and exclusive retail shops, Park Hyatt Mexico City is slated to open in late 2009.

With 150 luxury guest rooms and suites, the hotel will feature modern architectural design com bined with rich residential interiors, two creative restaurant concepts, a lounge and elegant bar - all designed to appeal to both hotel guests and local residents. Banquet and meeting options will include a variety of flexible spaces, incorporating natural light and space into the design. In addition, the hotel will serve as a modern urban retreat, featuring a luxurious two-floor spa and convenient, exclusive access to the complex’s heliport.

“We are delighted to be returning to the exciting city of Mexico after an absence of more than 20 years,” remarked Myles McGourty, Hyatt’s area vice president, Latin America. “We are particularly proud to be associated with GICSA and this important development, Capital Reforma, in the heart of this fast-growing financial and residential center of Mexico City.”

Park Hyatt Mexico City - Reforma is important to Hyatt as it is the first in a series of new developments that we are planning to add to our Me xican portfolio over the next few years in both resort and city locations,” he added.

“The opportunity to work with Global Hyatt Corporation is an important recognition of the high calibre of work that GICSA and our partners have accomplished on this development,” commented Guillermo Sanchez, Director for the Hotels and Resorts Business Unit of GICSA. “Park Hyatt Mexico City will be a landmark in our city.


“The ability to link the prestige, history and experience of our companies brings even greater cachet to the Capital Reforma project,” Sanchez added. “The strength of this union will be translated into great value and benefits for our future clients.