Hyatt Place Celaya is opening its doors, marking the fifth Hyatt Place hotel to open in Mexico.
The brand’s global growth throughout Mexico and Latin America illustrates the success of the select service model as Hyatt Place hotels continue to create value for guests and owners.
Hyatt Place Celaya is owned by a joint venture between affiliates of Hyatt and Grupo Hermosillo.
Other joint ventures formed by affiliates of Hyatt and Grupo Hermosillo also own Hyatt Place Los Cabos and Hyatt Place Tijuana.
The Hyatt Place brand is rooted in extensive consumer insights indicating that guests seek stylish, comfortable, seamless experiences that accommodate their lifestyles and familiar routines.
To embody this, the brand offers casual hospitality and purposeful service in a smartly designed, high-tech and contemporary environment.
“The opening of Hyatt Place Celaya underscores the growth of the Hyatt Place brand in key locations throughout Mexico,” said Luciano Julio, regional director of Latin American operations for Hyatt Place and HYATT house.
“With an innovative service concept and modern design, combined with its impressive worldwide growth over the last several years, we believe Hyatt Place Celaya will exceed guest expectations and provide them with everything they need while visiting Celaya and the Bajío region,” Julio added.
Celaya is three hours from Mexico City and is a city known as the Golden Gate of El Bajio.
Recognised as a cultural and colonial destination that offers exceptional local cuisine and the best historical attractions to discover, Celaya offers plenty to explore, including parks, temples, museums, monuments, and vibrant Spanish architecture.
Hyatt Place Celaya is located opposite Galerías Celaya, the largest shopping centre in the region, on La Cano Avenue and near all major roads to facilitate the activities of all visitors.
Additionally, with a large concentration of Japanese companies in the area, the hotel has integrated Japanese speciality cuisine into its breakfast and 24-hour menu offerings.