Hyatt Hotels & Resorts announced today the opening of the 202-room Hyatt Regency Dushanbe, its first hotel in Tajikistan. The only hotel in the city bearing an international brand, Hyatt Regency Dushanbe raises the bar for the local hospitality industry, and will serve as a symbol of growth and renewal for the community by providing promising careers and world-class hospitality and amenities. The hotel opens in time for the start of the spring season, which ushers in festivals and celebrations, and draws business and leisure travelers to the region.Hyatt Regency Dushanbe, located in the city center on the main Ismoili Somoni Avenue by the grounds of the City Park, is adjacent to Lake Komsomol; and near the Ismaili Center -Jamatkhana and the new Presidential Palace. The hotel is in close proximity to the city’s embassies, government offices and ministries; and is a 15-minute drive from Dushanbe International Airport.
“Tajikistan is positioned to become one of the world’s top producers of minerals and metals, thus ensuring its commercial viability into the coming decades. The opening of Hyatt Regency Dushanbe affords business pioneers from around the world the opportunity to conduct business in a Hyatt property that is every bit as sophisticated and modern as those in North America, Europe and Asia,” said Gebhard Rainer, managing director, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts - Europe, Africa, Middle East.
The 202 guestrooms, including 42 suites, at Hyatt Regency Dushanbe combine distinctive architecture and contemporary design with traditional hospitality and attentive service. The guestrooms and suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows offering spectacular mountain views of the Hisor range and surrounding peaks. In-room amenities include 37-inch LCD televisions, tech-smart desks with broadband Internet connectivity and easily accessible electrical outlets. Spacious bathrooms feature bathtubs, rain showers, and heated floors. The hotel also offers the exclusive Regency Club®.
The suites of the hotel are well designed for long-stay guests and feature a separate living room, a spacious bedroom and a walk-in closet. Connecting Regency rooms can extend the living spaces of all suites. All guests staying in suites have access to the Regency Club where they will find complimentary amenities such as continental breakfast; pressing services; tea, coffee and sodas available throughout the day; and cocktails each evening. Suite guests are also welcome to use the exclusive Regency Club boardroom, which can accommodate meetings for up to six people.
In addition to Regency Club access, guests staying in suites may take advantage of additional services including transfers to and from the airport; in-room check-in; fresh fruit platter or fruit basket; and complimentary Internet access throughout the hotel.
Hyatt Regency Dushanbe offers more than 15,000 sq ft (1,400 sq m) of conference and banquet space, suitable for a large variety of functions from discreet board meetings to large banquets and state functions. Event space includes a 5,300 sq ft (500 sq m) pillar-less Regency Ballroom, seven meeting rooms and two boardrooms.
Due to open in April, the latest Hyatt Pure spa, Spa Sayohat, will offer advanced treatments and massages designed to rejuvenate the mind, body and soul. Spa Sayohat will treat guests in one of its five treatment rooms, two couples rooms, or the relaxation room. A sauna, steam bath, cold plunge, Jacuzzi, and juice bar will be available for spa guests to enjoy before or after a session in massage therapy, hydrotherapy, or cosmetology.
Also opening in April, the hotel’s fitness center will feature an indoor heated swimming pool; an exercise studio offering classes in yoga, aerobics, pilates and taekwondo; and a workout room with state-of-the-art cardiovascular Life Fitness equipment.
Requests will be personally facilitated, special menus will be orchestrated to meet guests’ needs and lavish parties will be events made to remember. Health and spa professionals will be available to develop personalized wellness programs, to give consultations, or simply to book a treatment. Service excellence will be the hotel’s key mantra.